OVERALL PURPOSEIt is the duty of the Corporate Secretary Office (CSO) to manage relationships with shareholders, Board members, management team and external parties/partners of the Bank. The CSO must coordinate with CEO & management team to ensure that resolutions and directives approved by the Board are implemented. Additionally, ensuring the company’s compliance with corporate law and regulations is critical.DUTY AND RESPONSIBILITIES• Assist Corporate Secretary in managing and arranging Yoma Bank’s Board and Committees meetings by liaising with directors, shareholders and the Bank’s chief level staff.• Manage and organize Board related tasks, including preparing meeting minutes, assembling and distributing meeting agendas and packages and ensuring reports and Board documents are accurate and consistent.• Follow up action items arising from Board and committee meetings with relevant stakeholders, and draft and prepare Board and shareholder resolutions.• Record weekly Management Meeting minutes.• Act as a point of contact for other Yoma Bank teams and other Yoma Group teams to access Corporate Secretary Office information including board records and meetings, and to handle inquiries relating to such information.• Translate meeting minutes and Board related documents from English to Myanmar and vice versa as needed.• Assist to manage the governance of membership changes to the Bank’s credit committees.• Support in Procurement of all items needed by the department through Yoma Bank’s Procurement Portal.• Coordinate with external parties such as Central Bank and External Auditors.• Review and update current Corporate Governance Manual structure of the bank.• Analyze and manage documents related to Corporate Secretary Office, and organizing the Board records.• Prepare, edit and proofread a variety of documents and presentations.• Establish and engage in a working relationship with Board members in verbal, written, and electronic correspondence.• Administrative duties related with Corporate Secretary Office, including assisting with managing the department’s budget.• Provide support to the Head of Strategic Partnerships and Corporate Secretary’s Office on corporate governance processes and company secretarial matters.
Knowledge & SkillsEssential• Must be detail-oriented, well-organized and reliable.• Should possess strong analytical and problem solving skills.• Excellent leadership and decision-making abilities.• Maintain and protect all confidential information of the company.• Manage time effectively and work well under pressure to meet deadlines.• Able and willing to learn• Team player willing and able to collaborate with associates at all levels.• Self-starter able to work well independently with minimal supervision.• Ability to identify process improvement opportunities.• Internally motivated to seek out answers, generate ideas, and develop new skills.Education & Special TrainingEssential• Bachelor’s Degree is a must. Bachelor’s in Business Management/Administration field and other related qualifications are highly preferred.ExperienceEssential• Minimum of 1 year experience in a professional office environment• Ability to work in a disciplined and organized mannerLanguagesEssential• Strong proficiency in English and Myanmar both in writing and verbally.• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to function effectively within a team—in both written and verbal communications.
- OT payment- Annual bonus- Ferry provided
- An awesome company
- Join a winning team
- You can make a difference
- Opportunities for promotion
- Possibility for job training
- Learn new skills and techniques
Yoma Bank is one of Myanmar’s largest private banks, with 2000 employees and more than 50 branches nationwide. The Bank was founded by Mr Serge Pun and its first branch was opened in August 1993 in front of the iconic Aung San Stadium in Yangon.Yoma Bank has invested heavily in technology to optimize its nationwide branch network and is recognized for its efficient remittance services. It was the first bank in Myanmar to use a computerized accounting system, and pioneered wireless banking communications. By 2003 Yoma Bank had grown to be one of the biggest banks in the country with 41 branches in 24 cities providing secure and efficient banking services nationwide.In 2003, Myanmar experienced a financial crisis which had a significant impact on the banking industry. This led to the closure of many private banks while Yoma Bank's business activities were severely limited and had to sustain on domestic remittances. Yoma Bank’s remittance service still remains to be the most reliable and trusted in the country.A new chapter began in August, 2012 when Yoma Bank regained its full banking license. With more than 50 branches across Myanmar, the Bank strives to become a leading SME Bank in Myanmar. With more than twenty years’ experience in Myanmar’s financial sector, Yoma Bank is well positioned to support the continued growth of the Country in this period of transition.