Office and Business Support

Every business is different and we ensure that we understand the unique aspects of your organisation. We conduct a thorough screening process so our candidates will not only match the skills required but have the right personality too.

Active jobs

HR Manager

£45,000-£50,000
Sole generalist HR Manager role, hands on covering a range of duties including ER, employment law, people strategy, benefits and reviews, onboarding

Graduate Sales Executive

£23,000-£25,000
Negotiating pricing, creating quotes, liaising with existing business customers, using in-house systems and Excel, NO COLD CALLING

IT Sales Executive

£40,000-£45,000
Experienced IT sales role, new business role, planning & implementing BD strategies in UK, US and Europe, managing tender processes, full sales cycle.

Business Development Executive

£30,000
IT sales & account management role, contacting leads, supporting with tenders & invoices, managing queries, developing relationships with clients.

Team Administrator

£25,000-£30,000
Team administrator position, updating systems, tracking costs and organising travel. You will be a highly organised, with strong administration skills

Digital Marketing Executive

£30,000-£33,000
Varied role, senior within a team, planning and implementing marketing plans, content creation, management of social media platforms and campaigns.

Part-Time Administrator / Secretary

£7800-£8840
Varied administrative & secretarial role, providing support to the office, covering the PA during absences, typing, mail merge, receptionist duties.

Business Development Representative

£40,000-£45,000
Senior IT sales role, new business role, planning & implementing BD strategies in UK, US and Europe, managing tender processes, full sales cycle.

Meet our Office and Business Support Team

Jo Samuels

Jo Samuels

MD and Recruitment Director
Niki Shapiro

Niki Shapiro

Senior Recruitment Account Manager

Read our Blogs

06. 05. 2018

CV do's and don'ts

A bad CV won’t get you very far in the recruitment process. Here are the do's and don’ts to follow when putting one together. DO Do use a professional font, we love Arial or Times New Roman. You should always say no to Comic Sans! Do keep it to two pages max. Unfortunately nobody has the time to read a five page CV, nor should you want to create one. You can be short and succinct in your descriptions of roles. Do put things in chronological order. We want to see your career path clearly. Do use dates. The month and year of each role will suffice, ie. February 2015-March 2018. If there are gaps in your employment, please do be ready to offer an explanation and discuss what you learnt during that time. Lots of people take career breaks, it's what you did with your time out that matters. Do check for typos. Some mistakes can be easily missed and if you’ve merely typed the wrong word, your computer spell check won’t pick it up. Get a second pair of eyes to look over it. Do be specific. For each role that you go for, you should ensure your CV plays to the strengths required. Do show examples. For those key skills required in a job, give an example to set you apart from other applications. For example if you are uber organised, explain the time you managed the roll out of a new policy to 200 staff in your organisation. DON'T Don't include a selfie. It won't matter what you look like and it’s taking up valuable space where you could be explaining your experiences. Don't nclude every single job you’ve ever had in your career. If you’re applying for an Underwriting role, that job you had house sitting 15 years ago during the Summer holidays isn’t going to help your chances. Keep things relevant. Don't waffle. Keep language succinct and persuasive. Don't neglect your CV. As your skills and experiences progress, so should your CV. Keep it up to date.
21. 04. 2018

How to avoid making a bad hire

A poor hire at mid-manager level with a salary of £42,000 can cost a company more than £132,000 according to Perfect match: Making the right hire and the cost of getting it wrong. That’s £132,000 that could go towards training, employee benefits and more! So, how can you avoid making such a terrible decision and what are the things to keep in mind.
28. 02. 2018

Seven attributes of a brilliant Recruiter

Seven attributes of a brilliant recruiter but a can-do attitude is a must-have to being a great problem solver.
28. 02. 2018

Recruitment myths busted

Recruitment myths that are believed to be true but are not the case
27. 02. 2018

Hear from a Jem on International Women's Day

International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.
27. 02. 2018

Lessons we've learnt from the world of work

Lessons we’ve learnt from the world of work: the good, bad and the ugly Comment from Jo Samuels, Managing Director, Jems Recruitment:
25. 02. 2018

10 things not to do in an interview

There are some definite no-nos when it comes to interviews. Make sure you're clear on what is and isn't acceptable before you set foot in the interview room.
23. 01. 2018

Prepare yourself for your first interview

You’ve been selected for interview so they obviously think you’re the right person for the job on paper. Here’s how to ensure you’re fully prepared for the face to face interview stage.