This is a key role in a small and ambitious think-tank which has established a significant track record and reputation for thought leadership on understanding attitudes, forging effective narratives and promoting constructive policy solutions on issues of immigration and integration, race and identity in Britain today.
Joining a small and dedicated team, you will be responsible for the effective management of the office which involves lead responsibility for office systems and procedures with responsibilities across finance, governance, HR, grants management and executive support to the Director.
You will manage the communication and information flow between the Director and stakeholders, responding directly to enquiries and managing the Director’s diary. You will need to minute meetings and organise events, training courses and travel arrangements.
With significant experience as an Office Manager or EA/PA at the senior level, you will be a confident and discreet professional with demonstrable experience in office management and senior administration and confidence in dealing with finances and budgets. You will have experience facilitating all aspects of Board level meetings, liaising with various internal and external contacts and stakeholders and prioritising busy workloads. With exceptional communication and interpersonal skills you will have strong IT proficiency and a commitment to social inclusion and fairness.
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