Team PA and a little bit more...

Recruiter
TalentSmiths
Location
The City
Salary
£35,000 - £45,000 with extensive benefits
Posted
14 Jun 2019
Closes
30 Jun 2019
Job Title
PA
Industry Sector
Architecture, Creative, Property
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

When considering a new role there are so many things to consider, from the obvious salary, location and benefits to the more personal elements such as culture, the people and feel of the firm. This is a role, company and team that really does tick all the boxes.

This role represents a truly great step for a person who wants to take their career to the next stage. Supporting a team of ambitious and career focused professionals within a semi-creative environment you’re going to be the person who helps them take their (and your) career to the next level.

With around 140 people in the London office, there is a strong feel to the firm; big enough to have structure and security but small enough that everyone will know your name and what you do.

As for the job, you’ll be covering all administration associated with their projects, including they are where they need to be when they need to be there – as a global firm, most of the work they undertake is in the UK (as other countries are covered by their respective offices) so travel is more trains than planes, organising and helping them to structure their diaries so they are their most effective and above all else being a strong team-member.

In some firms, they are the bosses and you are the administration – not so much of that in this firm. They really value and respect the work you do and know that without it they’d be less successful.

In terms of your previous experience, the Client is open on industry – but one thing to note – this place is fast. There are quick deadlines and you’ll need to show that you can understand the concept of priority. If you haven’t worked in a creative type of firm before it’s not an issue – they’ll support your learning, supportive is very much a word used to describe their culture.

And finally, your colleagues. I am never a fan of using the word ‘nice’ in anything related to a career opportunity but I think it’s a great word to describe the team you’d be part of – they really work well together and you certainly won’t be viewed as the ‘admin’ person, they will be on hand to support you joining and growing as part of their team.

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