As Corporate Secretary you provide administrative, organisational and procedural support to the various management bodies. You support and advise the management bodies as well as the Chairman of the Executive Committee in performing their duties.
What does a skeyes Corporate Secretary do?
- Study the regulation of the governing bodies. You analyse the regulation and procedures that are important to the various management bodies. When you notice that skeyes is not compliant with this legislation, you adapt the internal rules where necessary and you ensure it is being followed up.
- Offer support to the various management bodies. You make sure that you know the ins and outs of the subjects that are being covered by the management bodies. If questions or ambiguities arise on the procedural/technical side of certain topics, you are able to offer the right advice.
- Offer administrative support. As Corporate Secretary you also bear administrative responsibilities, such as following up action items so that they will be carried out within the set timeframe, collecting the key documents for the various meetings and drawing up reports.
- Point of contact. Participants in and chairmen of meetings can come to you if they have substantive, technical or practical questions. Moreover, you develop contacts to improve collaboration between the various management bodies and to make sure that the people involved are informed of the decisions taken and the actions to be taken.
What makes you the perfect Corporate Secretary?
- you hold a Master’s degree or a Bachelor’s degree if you have equivalent experience;
- you have a thorough knowledge of laws, regulations and procedures that are applicable to the management bodies within autonomous public companies;
- as Corporate Secretary you have experience with an advising role on a high level;
- you have experience in managing multiple priorities, administrative coordination and leading an administration;
- you are professional, very discrete and diplomatic;
- you can work under pressure, while remaining proactive, accurate and efficient;
- you are bilingual French – Dutch and you have an excellent command of English (written and spoken);
- you have strong written and verbal communication skills.