Corporate Administrator,

We are currently looking for Corporate Administrator that would be able to remotely taking and recording minutes of allocated Corporate Team client entity Board meetings, and producing a high quality first draft for onward review by the central team, Assisting the Corporate Team with inputting checklists, administration of processes and general administration assistance including assisting with client onboarding, contact screening for transactions.

Moka - Mauritius

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Join the Hawksford team


As part of our ambitious growth plans and following MFSC approval, Hawksford will be building a right-shoring capability in Mauritius in support of our global operations.  

There will be a range of functional and operational roles sourced in this high growth team, one of which will be a Corporate Administrator to become part of our Corporate Jersey team. 

This role gives a fantastic opportunity for someone probably in the earlier stages of their career with company secretarial, payments and/or corporate administration experience to be part of our growing business. 

Principal Accountabilities:  
  • The main focus of the role will involve taking and recording minutes (over video) at Hawksford Corporate Jersey  Board meetings , and producing a high quality first draft. 
  • The meetings typically involve Directors and corporate team representatives covering activities such as transactions, investment monitoring, dividends, regular reviews for Economic substance and annual financial statements. 
  • At a practical level, the role will be also support the following core areas:  
  • Drafting/preparing minutes/ resolutions, as appropriate.   
  • Pre-board meeting packs, sending out notice of meetings, maintaining meeting and minute logs and support to the team with any post or follow up points. 
  • Preparation of appropriate checklists and processes in line with Hawksford Jersey’s policies and procedures. 
  • To observe and apply CDD (Client Due Diligence) policies at all times.  
  • Achieve financial and/or utilisation targets as determined by management.  
  • Such other duties as the management may at times reasonably require

Future opportunities: 

  • Whilst not an immediate accountability, we expect that the role could grow and evolve over time to allow candidates to also get exposure to broader areas such as: 
  • Responsibility for the administration of a portfolio with oversight and support from the Jersey team.  
  • To maintain the highest standards of administration, including the periodic production of reports/ analyses to third parties.  

Required Skills & Experience 

  • Professional qualification or prior corporate secretarial experience is preferred.  
  • Highly proficient in English (listening, speaking, and writing).  
  • Flexibility to work within UK time zones to dial in for client meetings in Europe.  
  • Ability to plan and prioritise work to meet tight deadlines.  
  • Strong organisational and analytical skills.  
  • Business travel to Jersey (UK) will be required as part of induction training 
  • High integrity and trustworthiness (to maintain client confidentiality) 

To find out more or have a confidential discussion, please email