Parkopedia was founded with the mission of being able to answer any parking question, anywhere in the world.
Today, Parkopedia is the world’s leading digital parking services provider used by millions of drivers and organisations such as Apple, TomTom and 18 automotive brands ranging from Audi to VW.
We are looking for a full-time PA/Administrative Manager to provide a full range of essential administrative and secretarial support in our London office.
Managing diaries and organising meetings and appointments for the management team
Day-to-day office management ensuring smooth running of the office, supporting the team with ad-hoc projects and tasks when required
Acting as a point of contact for external suppliers
Booking and arranging travel, transport and accommodation
Ordering stationery and office supplies
Managing office budgets
Providing administrative support to the people operations/HR team
Ensuring that health and safety policies are up to date
Arranging team lunches and social events, including the annual team trip
The ideal applicant will have:
5+ years of experience in a similar PA/Office Manager role
Advanced Microsoft office and Google Workspace skills
Good ability to juggle and prioritise busy workloads efficiently
Extensive diary management experience
Good standard of English grammar with strong attention to detail
A can-do attitude, with the ability to empathise
We’re part of a global team, but this role is based in our London office, which is a short walk from London Bridge. This is an on-site position (remote candidates will not be considered) which requires regular in office presence.
We are an equal opportunities employer and believe in the power of a diverse, inclusive team. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified people, regardless of race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
Parkopedia is committed to building a great work environment for all our employees. Here are just a few of the benefits that we offer:
Flexible working hours
Fresh fruit, tea, coffee and more Jaffa cakes than you can (or should!) eat