We're looking for a fantastically organised, experienced Front of House to help manage the smooth running of the London studio
Reporting into the Studio Manager you’ll manage Front of House, providing seamless support for reception and championing the customer experience of visitors to the Studio.
You’ll know how to build great relationships with colleagues, clients and suppliers and carry out a host of administrative tasks including booking travel, completing expenses, purchasing supplies, helping to induct new starters and organising refreshments and hospitality.
So if you’re excited by the opportunity of working in a vibrant agency environment, have a great can-do attitude and love providing top notch customer service support then get in touch.
To apply, simply email your CV to email@example.com . Whilst we are ideally recruiting for a permanent member of staff, we would be open to applications from candidates looking for a part-time role of no less than 4 days / 28 hours per week.
Not surprisingly, we get a huge number of applications, and while we do our best to reply to everyone it can sometimes take time. So our policy is simple: if your application is so jaw-droppingly brilliant that it makes our socks go up and down in excitement, then we’ll be in touch.
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We are committed to a policy of treating all our employees and job applicants equally. In fact, we believe that recruiting and developing a diverse workforce is essential to our success. So, we welcome applications from people whatever their age, sexual orientation, race, colour, religion, disability, nationality, ethnic origin, political belief, trans-gender status, sex or marital status.