Double Stallion is growing and we are looking for a full-time Office Manager to join us. Our ideal candidate is a dependable and trustworthy leader with patience for the ever-changing aspects of the job as this person will provide high-level administrative management service in the Operations Department. They must be motivated to collaborate with all team members, Directors, and external partners when necessary.
As our Office Manager, you will work directly with the Director of Operations and her team to ensure the smooth running of our Studio, help improve company procedures, and manage the day-to-day operations. Working on a small team means you will be asked and trusted to work on a variety of tasks across different departments: you will learn a lot and divide your time according to your priorities. To be successful in this role you must be autonomous, highly-organized, resourceful, capable of making decisions, willing to learn, and be able to model our culture on a daily basis.
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If this sounds interesting to you, we can’t wait to meet you!
Please note, we hate writing job descriptions as much as you hate trying to squeeze yourself into a checklist. If you feel like you belong on our team, and you believe you have the skills we are looking for, please apply! Tell us why YOU belong here! Use your cover letter to win us over!
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