Graduate* Team Assistant

  • Location
    City Of London, Greater London
  • Category
    Admin. Secretarial and PA - Administrator
  • Contract Type
    Permanent
  • Salary
    £ 21000 - £ 25000 / Year
  • OrganizationType
    Home/Office

WOW FACTOR: OUR CLIENT IS A LEADING DISCUSSION FORUM AND THEY ARE SEEKING A PROFESSIONAL AND HARDWORKING INDIVIDUAL TO JOIN THEM AS TEAM ASSISTANT!


Are you a Graduate looking to get your foot in the door with a reputable company?


Are you proactive and diligent? Then look no further, this is the perfect role for you! - Apply now!



JOB TITLE: Graduate Team Assistant


COMPANY: Non-Profit Organisation Management


HOURS: 09.30am-17.30pm - Flexibility required for events.


START: ASAP - willing to wait 4-week notice period.


SALARY: £21,000-£25,000* Depending on experience


LOCATION: Walking distance from Fenchurch Street station.


PERKS: Modern offices located right in the City of London, a stunning area close to markets, bars, and restaurants.


A bit about the company & role:


Our client is seeking a Graduate Team Assistant to join their calm and hardworking team! They are Britain's leading forum for the dialogue and discussion of issues affecting the office sector. Their aim is to investigate, develop and interconnect best practice. They are a small team of 9 people and they work within a quiet and professional environment.


The role will be split into 4 different areas: administration, research, events, and publications. You will be reporting directly to the Director of Communications & Events, and the Director of Research & Policy. The successful candidate will be a bright and professional individual who is keen and eager to learn new things and able to hit the ground running.


DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT EXCLUSIVE TO:



  • Aiding the team with day-to-day administration

  • Handle enquiries from company members both on the phone and via the website

  • Provide administrative support to the Research & Events Teams where possible

  • Assist the PA with office management and administrative support for the Chief Executive

  • Arrange and manage meetings for the Committees: coordinating dates & venues and communicating details to the relevant committee members

  • Assist the events team with even administration including managing attendee lists, sending confirmation emails, printing badges, and arranging couriers

  • Managing the order process, ensuring all publications are sent out by post on the date of ordering

  • Managing the research archive, coordinating the delivery and collection of research publications and coordinate the annual audit process

  • Handling any queries relating to event bookings and payment issues

  • Ensure new reports and publications are added to the website


SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED:



  • A professional individual with a friendly and approachable manner, with a clear telephone manner

  • The ability to work as part of a team with excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Someone who is punctual and presentable

  • The capacity to work under pressure on several projects at the same time and to deadline, excellent prioritisation skills are essential

  • Keen and eager to embrace the world of working, with a practical and open-minded approach

  • Some experience of working within an office environment is an advantage

  • Excellent organisation skills and experience using data bases (sound knowledge of Microsoft Office is essential)

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent


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