Recruiting: Executive Assistant

Executive Assistant – Commercial/Political

Salary: Competitive, according to experience

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to admin@45west.com stating salary expectations and notice period with current employer.

Overview of role
Challenging and fulfilling role working across a busy commercial office providing executive support to Managing Director with wide ranging political interests as elected councillor.

Working in a small team, based in the West End, you will work flexibly across the property business while providing political support.

You will be self-motivated and have a keen attention to detail, willingness to learn, and strong team ethic.

Key Responsibilities

  • Providing a full range of secretarial and administrative support, including: telephone and visitor enquiries, responding to email and letters, efficient data and file management, and management of diary commitments.
  • Providing support for practical management of mixed commercial and residential property portfolio, including facilitating tenancy changes, statutory compliance, and oversight of maintenance and repair obligations via in-house and external teams.
  • Drafting correspondence and reports; set up and maintain spreadsheets and undertake research. Dealing with all correspondence in a sensitive and confidential manner and ensuring all records are kept or destroyed in accordance with data protection principles.
  • To liaise with relevant groups/personnel both for Westminster City Council and MOPAC commitments, including liaison with outside organisations and the general public.
  • Liaising with agents, tenants and third parties to ensure efficient management of property portfolio
  • Provision of secretarial services and support to special interest groups as required.
  • To create and maintain databases, archives and records
  • Competent use of IT including Microsoft Office package, email and internet including website and social media (blog, twitter, etc).


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