BayWa r.e. (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

Corporate Secretary

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Bangkok
Full time
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Professionals

Due to our dynamic growth, we are expanding our team in Bangkok, and are currently looking for a Corporate Secretary

Corporate Secretary

Your tasks

  • Preparing, circulating, and coordinating the execution of agendas, minutes, and relevant other documents for board of directors’ meetings, and shareholders’ meetings of the BayWa r.e. group across the APAC region;
  • Ensuring that the directors’ / shareholders’ meetings conform to the relevant laws and regulations, the relevant company’s charter documents, and the internal policies and procedures of the BayWa r.e. group;
  • Coordinating the execution of application documents for the incorporation of new companies;
  • Coordinating the process(es) of any amendment applicable to the company, such as changes of registered address, new directors, changes of any registered particulars, etc.;
  • Liaising with external service providers when necessary;


Your profile

  • Bachelor's Degree or higher, Law degree a plus.
  • 3+ years of prior experience in company secretarial functions.
  • Have good English skills (reading and writing). Good speaking and listening English skills a plus.
  • Have good command of computer software (Microsoft Office, Internet).
  • Well-organized and detail-oriented.
  • Able to work under deadline and pressure.


We look forward to your application! 

If you have any questions about the job offer, please get in contact with us.

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Sirinan Teppaitoon
HR Specialist
BayWa r.e. (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

BayWa r.e. (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

From its offices in Bangkok and Singapore, BayWa r.e. realises renewable energy projects (Solar and Wind Projects, Solar Distribution) in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and across the APAC region. Our local team of experts brings with them countless years of experience and knowledge of regional markets. With our regional warehouse in Thailand, we are ideally placed to serve our customers across the APAC region.

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