Role: Office Manager - London

Position Profile: Office Manager, London


Come and join our team!

We are hiring an Office Manager to join our fast-paced and dynamic London office.



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

We are searching for a capable organised and experienced Office Manager. This role will be varied, fast paced, interesting and challenging, it will require a positive proactive individual who will care about and manage the smooth running of our dynamic open plan office. The role will report into the HR Director and form an important part of the London Operations team, supporting the London community of over 80 employees.


What you will bring

Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate their suitability to meet the following profile:

  • Manage all aspects of office management in a practical, calm and professional manner
  • Work as part of the support team in the preparation and facilitation of internal and external meetings and events
  • Proactively manage relationships with suppliers, building management, facilities and general maintenance contractors
  • Liaise with third parties to manage supplier agreements and requisitions
  • Work closely with the IT contractor on service level agreements, equipment requirements and business support
  • Drive and manage projects including office moves, flexible working and paperless work processes
  • Oversee front office and reception including all associated responsibilities; staffing, service level, post, deliveries, maintenance, compliance checks
  • Ensure the office has the required amount of hardware, technology, and facilities to run efficiently and that records are kept up to date
  • Oversee the office security and access systems
  • Work closely with HR and Finance on Health and Safety, property, operations and people matters
  • Extensive and varied project work supporting the business with new initiatives and ad hoc events
  • Communicate and build effective relationships with colleagues
  • Strive continually for improvement and demonstrate strong organisational skills
  • Promote core behaviours and values


Salary & 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


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