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Office Manager / Lettings Admin - Notting Hill
|£23000 - £25000 per annum + exc bens|
|15-11-2017 11:08 PM|
|MC- Notting Hill|
*To £25,000 + amazing bens
*Prestigious Property Consultancy
This opportunity as Office Manager / Lettings Administrator is working within the sales office of a fast-paced, dynamic global Property Consultancy based in the heart of Notting Hill.
This is a responsible, multi-aspect role ensuring the smooth running of the office, looking after new starters, some HR responsibilities, financial aspects and providing a PA service to the Office Head. This is a great opportunity for a true all-rounder to join a top Property company!
This award-winning employer has outstanding working conditions and an exceptional reputation.
This Property Consultancy can offer you:
*Outstanding benefits include potential bonus; private medical insurance; pension; life assurance and PHI; 23 days holiday rising; IF STL; childcare vouchers; discounted gym membership; retail and medical discounts; eye tests; cycle to work scheme; recruitment and business referral scheme; Give as You Earn, plus more!
*Great working environment
*Highly competitive salary to £25,000
To be a success in this Office Manager / Lettings Administrator, you will have:
*1 year Secretarial experience
*PA / secretarial skills and experience gained within professional services
*Extensive diary management experience
*Strong MS Office skills
*Exemplary organisational and time management talents
*Outstanding communication, both spoken and written
*Flexible, proactive nature
*Total discretion and confidentiality
*High attention to detail
Key accountabilities within this Office Manager / Lettings Administrator include:
*PA support including extensive diary and email management
*Producing PowerPoint presentations
*Looking after new starters and assisting with inductions
*HR responsibilities including authorising holiday requests, logging absences
*Handling maternity issues such as risk assessments with pregnant employees
*Acting as a main point for contact for key clients
*Financial responsibilities such as reporting, compiling and processing expenses, dealing with invoices etc
If this Office Manager / Lettings Administrator appeals and you would like to apply, please email your CV, in Word format, (not PDF), as soon as possible quoting "Office Manager / Lettings Administrator ".
Thank you for applying to this advertisement; we appreciate your interest in this Office Manager / PA 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.