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Part-time studio administrator
at Langstaff Day Architects

Langstaff Day Architects is seeking a part-time studio administrator to join its team in London.

Langstaff Day Architects are a young practice of 14 people looking for a part-time studio administrator to help run the day to day workings of our growing studio.

You will:

  • be a highly organised individual
  • have an excellent command of English
  • have a professional telephone manner and exceptional interpersonal skills
  • be calm, confident, friendly and – critically-proactive
  • be computer literate with knowledge of Word, Excel, and Adobe InDesign
  • have an interest in architecture and design

You tasks will include:

  • greeting visitors
  • answering incoming phone calls
  • organising incoming and outgoing post
  • booking and managing meeting rooms
  • organising refreshments and lunch for visitors and meetings
  • helping to keep the office clean and tidy
  • ordering stationery, office equipment and model-making materials and managing studio printer supplies
  • ordering weekly groceries
  • ensuring compliance with health and safety at work regulations on behalf of the office (organising fire training, organising first aid kits etc.)
  • assisting architects with document control duties such as uploading and downloading documents to extranet sites, producing document issue sheets, and performing QA checks of outgoing information
  • general administration support for all members of staff including research tasks, producing/binding of project reports and organising printing/mounting/delivery of presentation boards
  • supporting the management of diaries for internal and external meetings, especially for the practice partners
  • supporting architects compiling sample boards including ordering, storing and returning samples
  • assisting with bookkeeping duties such as helping to process payroll, invoicing and payments, filing receipts and reconciling accounts
  • managing petty cash
  • assisting with marketing tasks such as social media and website updates
  • liaising with our IT manager to deal with any IT issues that may arise
  • organising social events and activities

We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all backgrounds. We seek to support flexible working arrangements and offer a salary commensurate with experience. Regrettably, we can only contact shortlisted applicants.

Please submit your CV and a covering letter, as a PDF below 5MB in size please, detailing relevant experience, key attributes, salary expectations and availability, using the ‘apply’ link below.

  • Applications have closed.