Corporate Governance Assistant Manager

 Job Description:

Position: Corporate Governance Assistant Manager

Location: Jersey

Salary: £45,000 - £50,000

This role reports in to the Corporate Governance Manager and given the primary objective of the role is to be responsible for providing exceptional board support and other corporate governance duties to in-house entities, we are looking for a self-motivated and very organised individual with strong communication and technical skills, with high levels of accuracy and attention to detail.



Key Responsibilities

  • Provide full board support to in-house entities, primarily by managing the process for the legal side of the business, including creating agendas, collating and distributing board packs, liaising with relevant business directors, managing of board meetings, producing detailed and potentially complex board minutes, distribution of board minutes, arranging for signature and carrying out any post-meeting actions as required
  • Provide corporate governance support to the in-house entities ensuring the business continues to operate to high standards of corporate governance, as agreed
  • Assist with filings or notifications to the relevant regulatory authorities including ensuring that corporate records are updated as appropriate
  • Provide ad-hoc support to the directors of the in-house entities and liaise with other departments and third parties, as required
  • Act as four eyes check within the team, ensuring compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and internal policies and procedures, as appropriate
  • Deal with correspondence and administrative matters from external service providers, including CDD requests
  • Contribute to the business as a whole by identifying improvements in processes, policies and procedures

Skills Knowledge and Expertise

  • Previous industry experience and/or professional practice with relevant qualifications, ideally ICSA/STEP/ACCA
  • Knowledge of the operations of a legal business an advantage but not essential
  • Knowledge of regulatory environments an advantage but not essential
  • Strong technical skills and service delivery
  • Superior organisation, administration and communication skills to undertake work at a high-level and of a confidential nature
  • Accuracy and absolute devotion to data integrity with attention to detail in all activity
  • Self-motivated, willing to take on responsibility and to be involved in all aspect of both administration and project work



  Required Skills:

Corporate Governance