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Top-tier International Law Firm - Office Manager (with HR responsibilities)

Posted By: Adrouin

Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2014

Remuneration: Best Offer

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- Top-tier international law firm
- Challenging opportunity for an Office Manager to take on more responsibilities
- Friendly and pleasant working environment


Our client, a top-tier international law firm with offices located in global finance centres, is currently looking for an Office Manager to look after their Singapore office. You will have the opportunity to work alongside Partners and other management staff across the APAC region taking on a dual OM and HR role.


You will ideally have relevant office management experience gained within a law firm/professional services or have a solid understanding of the legal industry. The successful applicant will show a genuine passion for office management as well as the ability to demonstrate a keen interest in taking on HR responsibilities. This opportunity would be suitable for those who are able to exhibit a strong level of communication skills as well as the ability to deal with sensitive and confidential information. Given the nature of the work and scope of the role, you will ideally have a native level of English whereby fluency in other languages would be an added advantage. An attractive and competitive remuneration package would be offered to the successful candidate.

To discuss this exciting opportunity or similar opportunities within the international law firm arena, please forward your details to [email protected] in confidence.



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