An office junior position offers the right candidate a fantastic opportunity to learn the ropes in a professional environment, as they provide crucial support with overflow administrative tasks. A junior will likely assist across the breadth of administrative support, covering reception, accounts assistant duties, team secretary responsibilities and general office maintenance.
The office junior will assist with some facilities management such as sorting, receiving and sending mail, and act as the go-to person for covering any support staff absences. A junior will need to be mentored by a more senior team member in the first phase of their employment, however a strong office junior will learn quickly and progress their career in the business accordingly. To find out more about the intricacies of the role, check out our job description template.
Tiger Recruitment undertakes a thorough assessment of all candidates and office juniors are no exception. We expect our office juniors to have a little work experience in a professional environment, with their most significant attributes being motivation, drive and willingness to learn.
At interview stage we will assess their verbal and written communication skills, ask some situational questions and get an overall feel for their ambitions and interests. We will endeavour to ensure any shortlisted clients are both a professional and cultural fit to your business.
A strong office junior candidate will be incredibly enthusiastic about their new position. They will have a keen willingness to learn and seek to understand the overall business function and their role within it.
An office junior will add tremendous value to the office, picking up overflow tasks from other members of the business support team. They will want to have their performance measured and will appreciate regular feedback around areas for improvement. They’ll be driven to succeed and look for opportunities to progress within the business support team over time.Office Junior Job Description Template