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Lepelle Northern Water

  • Hiring Organisation: Lepelle Northern Water Careers
  • Vacant Position: Company Secretary
  • Job Location: Polokwane, Limpopo
  • Required Qualification: Relevant Qualification
  • Stipend: R 258532.00–348107.00 Yearly
  • Last Date: 13 February 2023

Lepelle Northern Water has released a job notification On Their Official Careers website. Apply For Vacancies in Lepelle Northern Water as a Company Secretary Job Role Which is Available For Polokwane, Limpopo Location. To Comply with The position candidate need to have the required qualification as mentioned in the description of the official job portal. Apply as soon as possible before the job gets expired. For more government and private job vacancies in across South Africa Click Here.

Job Description:

Minimum Job Requirements:

  •  Law Degree, coupled with 8 years’ experience in a company secretariat environment of which 5 years must be at middle management level.
  • Admission as an Attorney or Advocate, knowledge of PFMA and Companies Act, and a valid drivers’ license are prerequisite.
  • Company Secretarial certificate and registration with relevant professional body for Chartered
    Secretaries and knowledge of the Water Services Act will be an added advantage.
  • Competencies required: 
    • Knowledge of corporate/company law, Comprehensive
      understanding of King IV report.
    • Must be computer literate (MS word, MS excel, MS
      PowerPoint, etc.), planning and organizing, strong report and minute writing skills, emotional
      intelligence, problem solving, communication (verbal and written), interpretation skills, strong
      business acumen and ethical standards, good presentation skills, report writing skills, ability to
      work under pressure and beyond normal working hours.
    • Key Responsibilities:
      • Reporting to the Board functionally and to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
        administratively, the incumbent will be responsible for
      • Build and maintain effective stakeholder
        relationships (e.g., Board, Exco) for the purpose of expectations management, knowledge sharing and
        integration, and to manage the organisation’s reputation; Providing advisory services in relation to
        secretariat services to the Board and Board committees
      • Provide advice to the Board and committees
        on all relevant legislations and administrative issues
      • Give legal opinion and advice as and when
        required by the Board; Provide input in the planning and compilation of the annual budget aligned to the
        operational and strategic delivery plans to support the implementation of set objectives.
      • Provide a
        central source of guidance and advice to the Board on matters of law, ethics and good governance
      • Provide an update on legislative and corporate governance developments to the Board
      • Administer Board and Board Committees Secretariat functions
      • Assist Chairperson and CEO to determine the
        annual Board plan and the administration of other issues of a strategic nature at the Board level
      • Plan and design the Board and its committee meetings agenda and prepare meetings packs in consultation
        with the CEO and Chair of the Board
      • Ensure proper and orderly conduct of Board and Board Committee meetings
      • Draft and distribute the minutes to the Board and its committee members
      • Submit Board action plans to the CEO
      • Monitor committee action plans to ensure plans are being addressed timeously
      • Schedule Board, Committees meetings and maintain registers
      • Ensure new Board members undergo
        the appropriate training/ induction
      • Compile reports on Board matters for auditing purposes to include compliance
      • Ensure that the Board Charter and the terms of reference or any charters of Board
        Committees are periodically reviewed and kept up to date.
      • Prepare and process Board claims for
      • Ensure compliance with all relevant legislation by the organization, including the Board and
        Committees; Ensure the mitigation of the unit’s risk profile through the application of fraud controls and
        risk prevention principles and implementing of sound governance and compliance processes and tools
        to identify and manage risks; Manage and lead Office of the Company Secretary.

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