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ProfileAssistant Corporate Secretary II The candidate should have ability to work with knowledge of legal-related work in corporate and subsidiary governance, such as governance practices/processes, drafting of corporate board and subsidiary resolutions, minutes, written consents, secretary's certificates, acquisitions, and other transactions, and corporate administration. Must have ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with the CHRISTUS executives, senior leadership, management, physicians, and other related CHRISTUS Associates across corporate and regional departments, as they relate to respective boards and committees. Bachelor's Degree with a major in business desired. Through knowledge of governance processes, as well as understanding of corporate organization and health care, construction, and real estate records. Bilingual preferred. Should have 3-5 or more years' experience in corporate and subsidiary governance related work and exposure to legal settings. Drafting and editing of corporate bylaws Excellent organization, writing and interpersonal skills, with the ability to take detailed notes and write an accurate, concise, and to-the-point minutes to account of what happened at meetings; Organizational skills with the ability to handle priority projects simultaneously within tight deadlines and is proactive in preventing problems, good follow through on projects/issues, and an attention to detail. Should have ability to handle confidential information in a mature, professional, and completely confidential manner. Proficiency in Word, database management, and Excel. Healthcare and/or ambulatory experience preferred. Paralegal Certificate from an accredited paralegal program or equivalent corporate paralegal experience preferred. Will works in conjunction with and under the supervision of the Department Director and Corporate Secretary, but with judgment for taking appropriate activities independently. Must be able to work collaboratively and cooperatively with Legal & Governance Services team associates and entity management to achieve results.