Job Details

Workplace Coordinator

  • £22-25 per hour
  • London
  • Temporary

Part-Time Temporary, ongoing

£22-25 per hour

Hours of Work: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 8.30am to 5.00pm

We are recruiting for a Workplace Coordinator for our fantastic client based in beautiful offices in the City of London. 

They are an ambitious and growing business who are looking for someone who is able to work with them to coordinate and support a growing team with lots of moving parts.

You will be maintaining an inviting workspace, be that point of contact that everyone relies on and ensure that visitors to the business have a first class experience. You will enable employees to collaborate and feel empowered with your great service.

You will be able to be a true multi-tasker with the ability to wear many hats. You will plan events, engage with visitors, ensure consistency of the Workplace experience and keep everything running smoothly. You will liaise with your workplace colleagues globally and be part of a cohesive team.



  • Day-to-day office management: 
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that the office is clean, organised and well-stocked, creating an inspiring and functional environment for the team
  • Space planning and managing office desk moves
  • Manage access and badging
  • Ordering and stocking office supplies
  • Managing employee requests and tickets
  • Vendor management
  • Office safety
  • Other ad-hoc requests
  • Manage the in-office culinary program through a local vendor, with support from your manager and HQ
  • Run local ergonomics program, including scheduling on-site visits from the Physio/ergonomist and ordering workstation supplies for employees
  • Running and helping to plan events



  • 2-3 years of applicable experience
  • Passion for excellent customer service
  • Exhibit flexibility and agility in response to changing priorities
  • Strong problem-solving skills and are able to come up with creative solutions
  • Detailed-oriented while also prioritising in the context of the bigger picture
  • Excellent organisational skills, written and verbal communication skills
  • Energetic and committed to collaboration and teamwork
  • Tech-savvy with the ability to quickly adapt to new applications and tools
  • Self-starter who can determine priorities
Sarah Williams Senior Manager - Business Support Recruitment & Operations

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