Office Coordinator (Contract)
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We are seeking an enthusiastic Office Coordinator to provide site support for the organization. The incumbent is responsible for the office running smoothly by maintaining office inventory and supplies, as well as providing support for onsite customer meetings and corporate events.
What you'll do:
- Responsible for managing essential elements of the physical office environment.
- Establish and implement office procedures and practices.
- First point of contact for all work requests to/from local building management and other vendors as appropriate.
- Orders, stocks, and maintains office and kitchen supplies, pantry service.
- Perform light receptionist duties as needed.
- Greet visitors, check phone system for incoming voicemails.
- Manage mail and deliveries.
- Assist administrative staff in meeting set-up and catering as needed.
- Ensure facility and equipment remains in clean and working order.
- Supports the Real Estate & Facilities team with special projects.
- Able to work up to 32 hours weekly.
- Able to work in our corporate office in Mountain View, CA Mon-Fri. Start and end time is flexible.
What you bring:
- 3 years of Office Management / Facilities related experience.
- Bachelor’s degree • Strong organizational and time management skills, and ability to prioritize.
- Must have exceptional attention to detail.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Strong problem-solving skills and analytical abilities.
- Proficient with Microsoft office and Google suite.
ThoughtSpot for All
Building a diverse and inclusive team isn't just the right thing to do for our people, it's the right thing to do for our business. We know we can’t solve complex data problems with a single perspective. It takes many voices, experiences, and areas of expertise to deliver the innovative solutions our customers need. At ThoughtSpot, we continually celebrate the diverse communities that individuals cultivate to empower every Spotter to bring their whole authentic self to work.
We’re committed to being real and continuously learning when it comes to equality, equity, and creating space for underrepresented groups to thrive.
Research shows that in order to apply for a job, women feel they need to meet 100% of the criteria while men usually apply after meeting 60%. Regardless of how you identify, if you believe you can do the job and are a good match, we encourage you to apply.
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