Requirements for candidates
Is this you?
Do you enjoy working from the comfort of your own home without the need to be in a busy office/environment?
Do you enjoy administration and have exceptional attention to detail?
Do you enjoy organising busy people's diaries and helping them balance their commitments?
Do you like the idea of working for a small family business that has a global outreach?
Do you love consistency and order and don't get bored of good routines?
Do you have excellent written English and have a flair for great written communication via email and by phone?
Are you interested in a dynamic part-time role with a competitive salary that could grow into a full-time position?
Do you have a proven track record in administration?
Do you have fantastic customer service and communication skills?
If the answer to all of these questions is yes then this job may be for you.
At the London Contemporary School of PIano we are on a mission to change the way the world teaches music, and we are looking for an outstanding administrator for a virtual role to keep our busy clients, team, staff, and teachers all seamlessly organized.
We are not just after a virtual assistant, though this is the primary role, this job is for an organisation detail-oriented administrator with sharp communication skills and customer service abilities to play a vital role in our growing company, who can work independently.
If this is you - please get in touch and we would be delighted to send you our application questions.
How To Apply
To apply for this position we welcome your cover letter and CV which can be emailed to us directly at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you and for the successful candidate joining our worldwide mission in piano and music education.
We are looking for a European based PA and Diary Manager, which means you can work anywhere from your location/town/city in Latvia, providing you have the requirements both technically and access to the technology required (laptop, smartphone and internet connection).