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Admin Assistant- Honeycomb Forensic Accounting

  • Location: Central London
  • Sector: Administration
  • Salary: £24,000
Honeycomb is a small specialist practice of forensic accountants. We work on the accounting, financial and economic aspects of civil, regulatory and criminal disputes. There are approximately 12 members of staff, all but two are professional staff working on client matters with an office manager and an administrative assistant.
This role is principally to assist the managing director and the office manager with all aspects of running the administration of the firm and its clients – dealing with paperwork, diaries, running the building, office supplies, client admin and marketing.
It will suit an organised person who likes responsibility and to be doing lots of different things in a small but busy office, as part of a small but friendly team. Some numeracy would be helpful, and a knowledge or willingness to learn excel, and to be trained.
No formal qualifications or particular background required – you will be judged entirely on merit and aptitude.

The kind of tasks you might be involved in include:
  • Diary management, including meetings, lunches, dinners, travel, speaking events, seminars
  • Fielding telephone calls, greeting visitors to Honeycomb
  • Post in and out, DX and couriers
  • Monitoring of Honeycomb “Case Database” of Quotes/Clients in Excel
  • Maintain and monitor Engagement Letter procedure, chase clients for signed copy.
  • Process of billing and timesheet information Monitoring of Creditors and Debtors/Credit Control
  • Banking of cheques
  • Stationery ordering and monitoring IT hardware - printers/copiers
  • Monitor list of things outstanding
  • Assisting with management of the office building - cleaning, utilities, services maintenance, fire, council tax,
  • Attending PR meetings as necessary, make notes and produce Action Points Liaise with PR company on all projects
  • Database management, research, amendments etc/CRM – reviewing and development of possible new system