Senior Administrative Assistant, United Kingdom (Based in London, UK)

Date: 25-Jan-2023

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: Mapletree

The Role


This position will provide administrative support to the Group.

Job Responsibilities

•    Coordinate and schedule internal and external meetings and events for the UK Commercial Asset Management team, including: 

•    circulating diary invitations (with updated agendas as appropriate);
•    taking/circulating minutes of meetings; 
•    booking of meeting rooms and catering (where appropriate); and 
•    making travel arrangements as necessary for members of the UK Commercial Asset Management team. 

•    Otherwise manage both domestic and international travel arrangements for members of the UK Commercial Asset Management team, including assisting with obtaining any necessary prior internal approvals and with any subsequent processing of staff expenses and/or travel claims.
•    Assist the UK Commercial Asset Management team in preparing internal and external reporting, including:  

•    performing market research work where required;
•    coordinating all reporting requirements to ensure strict compliance with all timelines (including updating and maintaining various Excel tracker/ reports); and
•    ensuring that all reports are presented both to a very high standard and in the required formats.

•    Assist the UK Commercial Asset Management team with the production of internal and/or external marketing collateral, as appropriate.  
•    Maintain proper records for the UK Commercial Asset Management team, including:

•    coordination of the document-flow/retention between Mapletree offices and departments (e.g. Legal, Development, Finance, Property Management, Treasury); and
•    ensuring shared drives are organised and that files and documents are regularly filed in the correct locations to allow for the swift/easy retrieval of necessary information.

•    Manage the procurement of services where required in line with company policies.
•    Use eForms (or any other relevant internal systems) to seek approvals for incurrence/processing of invoice payments.
•    Provide colleagues from other departments (e.g. Finance, Property Management, Legal, Treasury) with relevant information when requested.
•    Create purchase requisitions and goods-received notes for all term contracts and otherwise as required.
•    Liaise with external consultants (such as Property/Facilities Management Outsourced Service Providers, lettings agents, planning consultants, business rates consultants and solicitors) on information requests, meeting follow-up actions etc.
•    Build and maintain strong internal relationships.
•    Support and contribute to a positive team spirit and dynamic.
•    Work with other Admin colleagues to help provide a consistent level of admin support across the wider UK team.

Job Requirements


  • Diploma in Business Administration or related course of studies.
  • 6 to 10 years of relevant working experience.
  • Excellent command of English and strong analytical skills are preferred.
  • Have been in a supervisory position for at least 3 years.
  • Proficient in MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel.