Project Administrator – South East

Project Management
Ref: 268 Date Posted: Monday 05 Jul 2021
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Project Administrator

Professional Membership Body

Home Based/Office Based – Oxford

Basic Salary £27,546 with excellent benefits Life assurance plan, Pension scheme with 12% employer’s contribution, 26 days annual leave plus bank holidays, Private healthcare care (BUPA) option, Health screening, Interest free season ticket loan, Cycle to work scheme, Employee performance recognition

23 Month Fixed Term Contract, Full Time

 

My client a reputable and established professional membership body is currently searching for a Project Administrator to work from home and also in their office in Oxford to contribute to the delivery of their Learning Change Programme.

 

The Role

 

Providing key administrative support to the project team in a timely, effective and efficient manner

Providing key administrative support, where appropriate, for all relevant meetings and their participants

Providing support, where appropriate, for specific project tasks

 

Principal Accountabilities

 

Responsible for organising internal and external project meetings, including diary management, set up of conference calls, and managing attendees.

Supporting the project team with the preparation and circulation of meeting materials, including agendas, and taking accurate minutes that reflect the discussions held.

Managing the Project inbox.

Supporting the project team by collating and managing feedback and scoring during the procurement process.

Support the project team by participating in user acceptance testing of the new online examination solution.

Supporting the project team by regularly reviewing and maintaining core project documentation.

To support the project team and other internal stakeholders by ensuring all recruitment is documented and recorded in a consistent manner.

To provide other support that may be reasonably requested by the Project Manager.

 

Skills, Knowledge and Experience

 

Essential

 

Strong communication skills with the ability to develop effective relationships at all levels and the ability to seek cooperation from busy colleagues.

Ability to work independently and as part of a small team

Ability to work in a flexible proactive way, supporting colleagues across the team as necessary.

Discreet and diplomatic in the handling of confidential and sensitive information.

Able to maintain high levels of accuracy and a calm, methodical approach while working under sustained pressure at times.

A high standard of organisational skills including the ability to work effectively to achieve tight deadlines.

 

Desirable

 

Experience within a professional body or higher education provider

Evidence of commitment to professional development

Working with volunteers and stakeholders

 

To apply to this role please send your CV

 

Due to the volume of applications we are only able to contact successful applicants. Therefore if you have not heard from us within 10 working days please deem your application as unsuccessful on this occasion.

 

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