ICEO Operations Manager, UK & Ireland
To manage the ICEO business unit in terms of its operations, candidate experience and office facilities to a consistently high standard.
The International Centre for Executive Options works with the most senior executives from a variety of backgrounds and functions to prepare a career strategy that will serve them in both the short and long term in achieving work and life goals. A separate and discreet part of LHH, the unit broadly serves three main communities – national, multinational and global private and public company executives and directors, senior partners and functional specialists from the professional services industry and high-level public-sector employees.
ICEO Managing Director, UK & Ireland
Interface with corporate clients, taking briefs, providing accurate information on services and quotations and organising meetings.
Managing client projects; setting up referrals on Orbit (internal system), triggering invoices, researching company information, consultant allocation, expenses and budget management
Liaising with Finance Controller to report on ICEO monthly delivered sales
Managing supplier and Associate invoicing via Orbit (Internal system).
Assisting with client proposals and business development activities
Analysing client and alumni data and feedback to report on areas such as industry, sector and fee levels
Collate client evaluation forms and suggesting improvements
Work closely with LHH and global LHH and ICEO colleagues to ensure the ICEO business unit aligns with company policies and reporting requirements on Orbit (internal system)
Supporting senior executive candidates from a wide range of organisations from initial point of engagement to landing. Acting as the main point to clients (150) and alumni (3,000) and providing executive assistant support.
Formatting, proof reading and editing CVs and professional documents for senior executive candidates.
Making introductions and networking connections for clients and alumni when appropriate and preparing client newsletter and networking list
Working closely with the core and wider faculty to ensure candidate delivery is at a consistently high standard.
Coordinating weekly client seminar programme and networking events
Organising bi-annual alumni & client event; liaising with speakers, venues and suppliers
Supporting the Director and Managing Consultant with diary management, expenses, recruitment and projects. Preparing bios, presentations and briefing notes for client meetings.
Inbox management for Director; screening and prioritising emails
Managing the Administrative Assistant and the office support team to ensure we work together to deliver high quality client support.
Overseeing office facilities and ensuring maintenance is completed standard to a high when required. Managing relationship with contractors and suppliers and attending tenant meetings
Managing and refreshing client materials and facilities
The above list is not exhaustive but indicative of the main aspects of the role. Duties and responsibilities may be added or amended from time to time).
Line Manager – Solid evidence of people management and development experience
Able to direct, coach, motivate and inspire others
Excellent Organisational, Communication, Administrative, IT, Client-Facing skills
Confident and clear in communication style
Passionate about customer service and enjoys client contact
Proactive self-starter, plans and manages workload of self and team
Well-developed analytical skills with the ability to identify trends and issues at an early stage
Doesn’t shy from difficult situations and remains accountable
Excellent relationship building skills
Highly organised and able to work under pressure
Contributes to and develops a good team spirit
Demonstrates flexibility and willingness to collaborate
Actively seeks to understand the wider LHH business
Understands the financial requirements of the business, with a good level of commercial acumen
What We Offer
Contract Type: Full Time
Schedule: 9am-5:30pm, Monday - Friday
Salary: Depending on Experience
Must have required right to work in the UK
The world of work is changing fast.
Profound changes at profound speed.
But whereas many see change as an existential threat,
a select few see it as an opportunity to make a difference.
An opportunity to deliver lifelong employability to a generation of talent in transition.
An opportunity to develop leaders, recognizing the capabilities needed for today,
while nurturing the expertise needed for the future.
And an opportunity to look beyond what’s right for a company, to what’s right for society as a whole.
And out of the few that see these opportunities, there are even fewer placed to actually deliver them.
At Lee Hecht Harrison, we have the scale, the expertise and the insight, not only to identify these opportunities, but to realize them.
Transforming workforces though career transition, talent development and strategic advisory.
Developing future skills, flexibility and foresight, delivered with a distinctly human heart.
We’re obsessively passionate, and quantifiably effective.
Making a difference to everyone we work with and for. And delivering it on a global scale.
Because opportunities aren’t there to be observed.
They’re there to be taken.
This is LHH.
This is Opportunity, delivered.