Studio/Practice Manager

An impressive and well run architecture practice who have a reputation for being a fantastic employer require an experienced Studio/Practice Manager to join them on a permanent basis.
  • Salary: £32000-45000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: London
  • Sector: Business Support
  • Job Ref: 54461

About this role

An award winning architecture practice that creates gritty, soulful work and has cultivated  a social and supportive working environment would like to add Studio/Practice Manager to their fun team.

The practice is currently around 35 employees and based out of a studio in North London but plans to move into a new Central London studio as soon as possible and grow exponentially over the next decade. They would like to find someone who can take on responsibility from day one but who can also roll up their sleeves and find no task too menial. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Has responsibility for smooth running of front of house including post, couriers and deliveries, reception spaces and greeting guests. This includes managing the Studio Assistant and making sure they complete their front of house guests tasks.
  • Assist the Practice Director with HR administration; maintaining records (address changes/passports etc.), recruitment, inductions, training coordination, cycle scheme programme and other as required
  • Managing health & safety and services and facilities contracts for the studio and other property the studio manages
  • Day to day diary management and full scheduling of all Partner’s meetings
  • Be the main point for all HR, including recruitment, appraisals, training, disciplinary procedures and reviewing pay structures.

Skills and Experience

  • Previous experience in a similar role within the creative industries. 
  • A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Excellent communication skills and professional English
  • Ability to work under pressure and effectively multi-task
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a larger diverse and vibrant studio team
  • A positive and professional outlook

Thomas Potter

Bio: Prior to a career in creative recruitment, Thomas worked for a number of galleries including Breeze Art Gallery in Scotland and Whitewall Galleries in London. He first joined Bespoke Careers in 2014 as part of the business support team as a Senior Consultant before leaving to pursue other ventures. He has since returned to Bespoke Careers as a Senior Associate in 2021 and leads the business support team, helping to recruit support staff for London’s leading design studios.

+44 (0)207 24 24 909

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