Experienced Board Minute Taker

Meetings Into Minutes


Meet2Min is seeking a motivated person to join its growing business to help take minutes of Board, AGM and Committee meetings. The work will be on a casual basis and will suit a stay at home mum/dad, or small business owner who is wanting a casual role that gives exposure to a variety of different industries. The incumbent will be required to attend meetings, as well as work from home.

Duties

The successful applicant must have the ability to: 

  • produce minutes from an audio file or via face-to-face meetings, which can be anywhere from 1 hour, to all day; 
  • understand minute taking and have a proven track record in previous minute taking roles;
  • write up meeting notes into formalised minutes and send through to the Principal for review;
  • complete a draft set of minutes in a timely manner, usually within a 48-hour period. 
  • be available as and when is required, with the dates usually known well in advance.  Times may vary and could be outside normal business hours;  
  • be well presented and comfortable walking into any boardroom situation; 
  • travel around Sydney and on occasion, interstate; 
  • understand confidentiality and discretion; and 
  • be reliable. 

Before progressing to an interview, interested persons must provide an updated CV as well as be prepared to undertake a short minute taking exercise to gauge their minute taking ability.  The details of the exercise will be provided upon receipt of their interest.

Meetings Into Minutes


Meet2Min is seeking a motivated person to join its growing business to help take minutes of Board, AGM and Committee meetings. The work will be on a casual basis and will suit a stay at home mum/dad, or small business owner who is wanting a casual role that gives exposure to a variety of different industries. The incumbent will be required to attend meetings, as well as work from home.

Duties

The successful applicant must have the ability to: 

  • produce minutes from an audio file or via face-to-face meetings, which can be anywhere from 1 hour, to all day; 
  • understand minute taking and have a proven track record in previous minute taking roles;
  • write up meeting notes into formalised minutes and send through to the Principal for review;
  • complete a draft set of minutes in a timely manner, usually within a 48-hour period. 
  • be available as and when is required, with the dates usually known well in advance.  Times may vary and could be outside normal business hours;  
  • be well presented and comfortable walking into any boardroom situation; 
  • travel around Sydney and on occasion, interstate; 
  • understand confidentiality and discretion; and 
  • be reliable. 

Before progressing to an interview, interested persons must provide an updated CV as well as be prepared to undertake a short minute taking exercise to gauge their minute taking ability.  The details of the exercise will be provided upon receipt of their interest.

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