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08-02-2017Reasons to be cheerful in 2017
New Year: a time for resolutions, detox diets and predictions. But after the year forecasters had in 2016, who would be brazen enough to predict how 2017 will pan out? Where most economists went wrong last year – including the likes of the Bank of England and International Monetary Fund – was in predicting a sharp slowdown in the event of a vote for Brexit. George Osborne, for example, made the misjudged warning that a vote to leave the EU was a vote for recession.
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Britain began 2017 with the world’s fourth sharpest spike in the number of people looking for a new job, according to data published today by the global job site Indeed. The number of Britons hunting for jobs on Indeed – the world’s biggest job site – rocketed by 64% in January compared to the 2016 average, not far behind the 72% surge seen in France.
06-02-2017Drinks Event at the Oriental Club January 2017
Fantastic Event at the Oriental Club
|£25000 - £30000 per annum + bonus + exc bens|
|Administrative & Support|
|15-11-2017 11:06 PM|
|MC - Team Secretary|
*£25,000 - £30,000 + exc bens
*Gorgeous W1 location
*Award-wining property company
Our client is an award-winning Proiperty company with gorgeous West End offices, seeking an ambitious and talented Team Secretary to become a valued member of a Business Unit, supporting a team of friendly Partners and Surveyors.
As Team Secretary, you will manage ever-changing diaries, organise meetings, produce reports, correspondence and minutes and handle expenses. Your team will entrust you with projects and you will be given as much responsibility as you can handle.
This popular employer look after their staff very well and provide outstanding benefits and personal development. The environment is fast paced, fun and buzzing and would suit an intelligent, like-minded Team Secretary wanting to progress their career within an outstanding, award-winning company.
This Property Consultancy can offer you:
*Salary £25,000 - £30,000
*23 days holiday
*Other excellent benefits
*Exceptional personal development and training
To succeed in this Team Secretary role, you will have:
*Pervious administrative / secretarial experience, ideally within property
*50 wpm typing
*Strong Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills
*Experience organising diaries and arranging travel and meetings
*Good spelling and grammar
*Strong organisational skills
*Excellent communication, both spoken and written
If this Team Secretary opportunity appeals and you would like to apply, please email your CV, in Word format, (not PDF), as soon as possible to quoting "Team Secretary".
Thank you for applying to this advertisement; we appreciate your interest in this Team Secretary opportunity. All applications are important to us, but due to the high volume of response we receive from our advertisements, we only contact successful applicants. We wish you all the best in your search for a new position.