We are looking to fill an opening for a Studio Administrator to join our team. The ideal candidate has an overall understanding and experience of office administration with a strong interest in Strategic HR process and management. The ability to plan, develop and implement operations and human resource related projects to meet the strategic and operational needs of the company is definitely an asset. The Administrator responsibilities include salary and benefit administration, recruitment support, occupational health and safety, employee wellness and workplace culture, and purchasing while working with a team of administrators. Responsibilities also include information management through the testing and use of human resource information systems, including personnel management, position management, and training modules.
The ideal candidate has education and experience related to human resources; solid IT and research skills; the ability to interpret an apply agreements and legislation; a respect for confidentiality and developing trusting relationships; and the ability to work respectfully, knowledgeably and effectively with different cultural backgrounds. You understand the role of studio operations and studio administration is to support a high performance workplace and contribute to the culture by actively demonstrating organizational values.
A Studio administrator has the responsibility of ensuring that the administrative activities within an organization run efficiently, by providing structure to other employees throughout the organization. These activities can range from being responsible for the management of Human Resources, budgets, and records to undertaking the role of supervising other employees. These responsibilities can vary depending on the level of accountability assigned to an administrator.
Roles & Levels of accountability for the job family (Career Path):
- Assistant Studio Administrator
- Coordinator, Studio Admin
- Supervisor, Studio Admin
- Manager, Studio Admin
- Principal roles at the manager level
- HR Manager
- Facilities Manager
- Communication Manager
- Talent Acquisition Manager
- Director, Studio Admin
The importance of a studio administrator to an organization is substantial due to the duties that they are entrusted with, therefore specialized training is required in order for the employee to work efficiently and productively, these being;
- Payroll training that involves the responsibility in ensuring that all employees receive their pay slips on time.
- To have good communication skills in order to coordinate with other employees around the organization.
- The ability of being able to supervise support workers
- The ability of adapting to changing environments and new technologies that could be implemented e.g. New software installation.
- Show good initiative
*To be able to work under pressure when given a task that is of vital importance to the organization.
Nice to have:
Ability or experience to
- Organize the office’s operations and procedures by undertaking several administrative tasks, for example designing and implementing new filing systems
- Assigning tasks to employees and following up on their progress
- Recruiting, selecting and training new employees
- Developing employees through coaching and counseling
- Producing annual budgets
- Professional development, for example by attending external training sessions
- Policy Development, Audit, and Training.