- London, UK
- Part-time employment
- Apply by 30 Nov, 2018
- Posted on 01 Nov, 2018
- Start date:
- Visa Sponsor
London / Part-time
Are you a detail-oriented and hyper organised planner with a passion for the tech start-up scene? Then we’d love to talk!
MUSO is the authority on digital piracy – creating opportunity from data. Having closed a Series A last year, we’re building out the London team to support our next phase of development.
Valuing ingenuity, focusing on excellence and getting stuff done are part of our DNA. People who bring in new ideas and mindsets are what we seek with every new hire.
This is a role supporting the London office and cultivating our local team culture at a key stage in our evolution.
Keep our office humming and our employees looked after as regards to the working environment.
Office Admin: You are the first in to set the office, ensure doors are unlocked, tend to couriers, greet visitors including offering them a beverage, ensure supplies are topped up, phones are answered, mail is collected / opened / actioned and senior staff general admin is handled in a timely fashion. If not available or on holiday, clear comms and handover is requested.
Office Appearance: Making sure office equipment, furniture and general appearance is spotless. This may include broken items being logged and scheduled for repair or replacement, storage areas organised and kept tidy and systems / guidelines with staff that help keep our space looking smart.
Employee Equipment: Basic staff requirements – computer, desk, chair and other essential equipment (including fobs and keys) – is provisioned and timed for new joiner dates.
Supplies + Suppliers: Own, schedule and look after suppliers related to office (plants, internet/phone, groceries for refreshments and snacks). Proactively plan and schedule delivery of services in line with allocated office budget to ensure a well-functioning office.
Guidelines + Policy: Ensure staff develop good behaviour in office, manage issues that are clearly a problem with guidelines, provide clear communications on special events and business as usual. On-board new employees, freelancers and contractors to how the office works.
Office Culture: Help plan ad-hoc team events, holiday celebrations and client-related activities. This may require scheduling in events based on availability, booking venues, buying food and drink, arranging gifts and cards and ensuring the office budget is used cleverly. Examples of expected events include Christmas party, monthly staff gatherings, birthdays (or other personal celebrations) and client events.
- Resourceful recent graduate or 1-2 years in an office administration role.
- Solid foundation in the Google Suite (Gmail, Sheets, Slides, Docs).
- Strong task prioritisation and/or project management skills.
- Perfectionistic attention to detail.
- Highly motivated self starter, takes ownership and seeks solutions.
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