We have a truly unique opportunity for a proactive, flexible and driven team administrator to join an extremely exciting start-up organisation on a permanent basis. Based at the office in Central Oxford, you will support with general office management and administration tasks. In addition, part of your role will be to provide PA support to the Chief Financial Officer.
This is an extremely hands-on, varied role and if you enjoy supporting others, have excellent administrative skills and are organised and flexible, this could be the perfect role for you! The organisation has rapid expansion plans and would hope that you grow with the company too.
Team Administrator Responsibilities
As the Team Administrator some of your main responsibilities will include:
- General administration
- Diary and travel management
- Office Management
- Team Coordination
- Ad-hoc project work
- Preparing company presentations and slide decks
Team Administrator Experience
The ideal candidate will have experience working in a dedicated administrative role, with a proactive, personable and flexible approach. It is essential that you are flexible and hands-on with your duties, and not afraid to get stuck in when required. You will be a clear communicator and be resilient to changing priorities.
If you have had any experience with Marketing, this is beneficial but by no means essential.
Team Administrator Rewards
As the Team Administrator you will benefit from:
- 20 days of annual leave plus 8 bank holidays
- You will be working in a wonderful Central location, with a busy and varied workload. This is the perfect opportunity for someone who likes to be hands-on and proactive.
- The company has an exciting vision with plans to grow the team significantly
- Pension contribution
Based in Oxford (OX1), there is no parking on-site, however you the office is located next to several public transport links.
Our client is a growing, scientific start-up looking for an enthusiastic administrator to join them on a permanent basis. This is an exciting time to join them at the point of expansion.