Role: Executive Assistant - London

Position Profile: Executive Assistant, London


We are hiring for an Executive Assistant to join our busy and fast growing operations team in London.


Sheffield Haworth is a global talent consulting firm advising customers on people and transformational change. We partner with clients across Executive Search, Consulting Solutions and Talent Development solutions in the Financial Services, Consulting, Technology and Services & Real Assets sectors. Founded in London in 1993, Sheffield Haworth has significantly grown, now employing over 140 professionals in 12 global offices with a client list that includes a significant number of leading global organisations.

At Sheffield Haworth we believe in providing an equal and inclusive working environment for all our employees. As a challenger consultancy around people and change, we actively encourage diversity of thought and we embrace and respect different cultures and backgrounds.


Overview of the Role

The role will be supporting the consultants and associates across one of our busy teams. Interacting with Sheffield Haworth global offices and working as part of the global EA team. The EA’s role is to assist the team with all their administrative needs in addition to working with the wider operations team to assist in supporting the smooth running of the London office.



  • Diary management
  • Scheduling client and candidate meetings
  • Preparing client material and candidate profiles, collating and presenting team data and market information
  • Assisting with research reports, including using Bloomberg and the internet to update information
  • Proof reading and checking client facing documents
  • Maintaining the Company Database
  • Answering and directing telephone calls
  • General administration support according to the needs of the desk
  • Dealing with initial IT enquires and needs before directing queries to the IT helpdesk


What you will bring

  • The successful applicant will have:
  • A proven track record in a team assistant, executive assistant or coordination role
  • Excellent IT skills, including advanced knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point
  • Database skills and accurate touch typing
  • Effective prioritisation and time management skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • First rate organisational skills
  • A proactive, willing and adaptable approach


Salary and benefits

  • This is a permanent full-time position
  • Salary dependent on skills/experience
  • Annual discretionary bonus
  • 25 days holiday allowance (increasing to 28 days after four years of service)
  • Private Health Insurance, life assurance, income protection insurance
  • 5% Pension contribution
  • Flexible working policy


To learn more about our values and ethics click here.


If you would like to find out more or are interested in applying for the role please email Debbie Gazzard ,