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​Discover your potential in a newly emerging and rapidly growing business area, within an award-winning fiduciary services company, which has an enviable reputation for technical expertise and high-quality bespoke services. In this role you will gain a strong understanding of this fascinating and niche type of investment and its cultural nuances, providing professional administration services to a varied portfolio of clients.

You will become part of an important support system alongside a team of Administrators, using your enthusiastic, hardworking and energetic personality in your day-to-day tasks.

In this value-driven environment, you can expect to be rewarded for the dedication you show and have access to the professional development opportunities you need to advance your career. As well as nurturing the talent of their employees, this innovative organisation also positively impacts local communities that are directly and indirectly engaged with the business, through its positive corporate social responsibility initiatives.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Administering a portfolio of entities which hold assets in a Shari'ah compliant manner, to ensure all activities fall within the guidelines/stipulations of the statutory or governing documents

  • Ensuring the tax status of entities is observed with the timely completion of tax returns and the payment of any notified tax liability

  • Dealing with incoming correspondence quickly and efficiently

  • Preparing detailed attendance notes of any telephone communication and circulating to relevant members of staff, and when required preparing minutes and other meeting documents

  • Being the immediate point of contact in client relationships.

  • Overseeing the maintenance of the accounting records and preparation of annual accounts

Experience and skills required:

  • Educated to A level or degree standard

  • Ideally completed a professional/relevant qualification to Diploma Level (e.g. ICSA/STEP)

  • Minimum of 5 years' experience in funds/trust and company administration or financial services environment is preferred

  • Comprehensive understanding and technical knowledge of funds/trust administration, Jersey Company Law and the tax implications of various structures

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with clients and colleagues at all levels

If you’d like to find out more information about this opportunity, please call us on 01534 626777 or email jobs@rowlands.co.uk

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at all times.