Who we are
We exist to build healthy communities with successful businesses at their heart. Business in the Community – the Prince’s Responsible Business Network - is a business-led membership organisation made up of progressive businesses of all sizes who understand that the prosperity of business and society are mutually dependent.
In the spirit of being a responsible business, our members are signed up to:
Being the best they can be in delivering social, environmental and economic sustainability across all areas of their business.
Join with other businesses to bring together their collective strength and be a force for good.
What we do
We set a course for responsible business.
We use our Responsible Business Map to guide members on a journey of continuous improvement, working across the whole responsible business agenda. From community engagement to employment, diversity and the circular economy, we offer expert advice and specialist resources, driving best practice by convening, sharing learning and recognising great performance across our influential Network.
Through participation in Business in the Community’s ground-breaking campaigns and programmes, businesses can collaborate and help to bring about lasting change on a wider scale which benefits both business and society.
Purpose of Job
The post holder will act as first point of contact for all visitors in a friendly and professional manner. They will manage the front of house function at our London office including answering all incoming calls via main switchboard, deliveries, post and housekeeping, assisting in maintaining high levels of safety and good housekeeping.
They will work with the Facilities Coordinator and Manager to ensure all building services are fully serviced and in good working order, ensuring minimum down time including providing training and support to teams using office equipment and administration support to the Facilities Team.
The front of house role is the first face and voice that external people meet and listen to, therefore this role embodies our values, promotes our organisation and our culture.
The role supports all colleagues in the London office and regional offices with the ordering of couriers, archiving and retrieving materials, stationery orders, taxi orders and various other administrative tasks which are on top of the normal visitor management, room booking administration, switchboard management etc.
Also the receptionist role plays a vital role in supporting both the facilities coordinator and the facilities manager in the day-to-day running of our London office and all the important functions that we provide to our colleagues.
If you like a challenge and like the sound of what we do, apply now!
interviews will take place on w/c 10th February 2020