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Office Administrator Apprentice

Behuli House Ltd , London, SW6 1QR

Job title:

Office Administrator Apprentice

Employer Name:

Behuli House Ltd

Vacancy Location:

59 Walham Grove

London SW6 1QR

About the Apprenticeship :

‘Behuli’ is a bridal and evening wear boutique owned by Sanyukta Shrestha a highly sought after multi-award-winning designer of bridal and evening wear who has featured in top fashion magazines such as Vogue Sposa and Wedding UK.

Capable of multi-tasking with ease, as an office administrator you’ll be expected to turn your hand to jobs such as:

  • Answering the phones & greeting clients
  • Ordering office stationery supplies
  • Filing & Managing diaries
  • Write letters, deal with telephone and email enquiries, using an email system (e.g. Outlook)
  • Manage and maintain budgets and carry out invoicing
  • Use a variety of software packages (including Excel, Access and PowerPoint) to manage data and produce documents and presentations
  • Use content management systems (CMS) to maintain and update websites and internal databases
  • Organise and carry out invoicing
  • Sort and distribute incoming post, organise and send outgoing post
  • Assisting Designer in various task including arrange in-house and external events



Weekly Wage:


Working Week:

10am to 7pm


Future prospects description:

Our ideal outcome would be to offer the right candidate a job at the end of the apprenticeship.

Employer description:

The Apprentice will be working closely with Sanyukta Shrestha a highly sought after multi-award-winning designer of bridal and evening wear.   Sanyukta has featured in leading magazines such as Conde Nast Brides, Wedding UK, Vogue Sposa, Perfect Wedding, You & Your Wedding as well as on Fashion TV. One of her recent creations has also been preserved in the prestigious Fashion Museum in Bath.

Sanyukta Shrestha’s collections are available in exclusive bridal boutiques in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, and her flagship store ‘Behuli’ situated in the inner London district of Fulham.

Sanyukta has received several prestigious international awards and has been highly praised by worldwide media for her commitment towards a sustainable approach and her vintage inspired designs.

Prior to moving to the UK Sanyukta established a high-profile career in Nepal as a fashion designer for organisations, such as Miss World, Miss Universe and Indian Idol.

Employer website:

Skills required:

·         Excellent written and spoken communication skills

·         Good attention to detail

·         Punctuality

·         Organised and can manage time well

·         Good telephone manner

Good customer service skills

Personal Qualities:

·         Friendly and sociable nature and enjoy working with others as well as on their own

·         Good time keeper yet flexible with working hours

·         Willing to work as a team to get the job done

·         Not afraid to ask questions

Qualifications Required:

Minimum qualifications are English, Maths and ICT GSCE’s level A-C or equivalent.  Graduates can apply but a degree is not necessary nor will it give you an advantage. Common sense, a good attitude, required experiences are what we are looking for.

Important Other information:

You will be joining a small team and will be given the opportunity to get involved in different aspects of the business.

Reality Check:

Our ideal candidate is someone who loves social media, is able to pick things up quickly, and is not afraid to ask questions and put forward ideas on how we can improve our digital media platforms.

About the training:

In addition to crucial ‘on the job training’ you will be working towards a Level 3 Apprenticeship in Business and Professional Administration, which is the equivalent of 2-A Levels.  Topics you will cover include;

  • Design and deliver presentations
  • Organise meetings
  • Project Management
  • Managing Information and Knowledge
  • Manage Information systems

Principles of Marketing

Specific Questions:

  • 1. Give us an example of when you have had to take the lead on a project. What went well? What would you do differently?

  • 2. Tell us about a time when you were given an assignment, or task, but you were not clear of how to go about it. How did you tackle this situation?

Application closes:
14th September 2017

*Due to the high volume of interest we have in many of our vacancies it is not always possible to respond to every application.