Project Administrator (12 FTC)

Posted 16 February 2024
Salary £24000 - £26000 per annum
Job type Permanent
Discipline HR, Business Support & Administration
ContactVictoria Butcher

Job description

An exciting role available for someone looking to enter a project management/project environment. No previous project experience required, so apply today! You will be joining an amazing business who have great benefits including work from home, private medical insurance, modern offices and more. Please note - initially this role is a 12month contract maternity cover.

Our client are looking for a project assistant to support the project team and stakeholders to ensure smooth delivery of projects, both large and small. You will do this by helping maintain the Project inbox, helping with requests and owning the administration required for project office activities and related meetings.

Duties: As a Project Administrator you will...

  • Provide support in arranging meetings, accurately taking minutes, actions, and decision points from key project and workstream meetings.
  • Gather information for new requests and report findings to the Project team for review.
  • Assist Project Managers with keeping project literature up to date including project plans, scope documents, timelines, action and decision logs.
  • Maintain Project Office systems and assign tasks as advised, chasing and updating on actions.
  • Complete thorough documentation of processes and procedures.
  • Manage the shared inbox, responding promptly to stakeholder enquiries and escalating to the team as appropriate.
  • Assist in the timely delivery of projects.
  • Report and escalate to the Senior Project Manager as required.
  • Support end users through releases and roll out of business change.
  • Be responsible for project and change document control (including project closure and archiving)


  • Previous experience in a professional services or financial services business would be advantageous but is not essential.
  • Solid administration experience
  • Project exposure would be desirable but not essential