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Project Co-ordinator

RoleProject Co-ordinator
Purpose of the roleSupport the effective and efficient delivery of our client training projects
Salary bandSalary up to £35,000
Working days3-5 days per week (flexible working is an option)
Hybrid working between London office and home

The Role

This is a fantastic opportunity for a highly organised, dynamic individual to join an exciting phase in PCA’s journey. This is a key role to support the effective and efficient delivery of our client training projects. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate that they can work proactively, both on their own and within teams, and is happy with a working day that provides plenty of variety!

This position will appeal to an individual who has excellent communication skills and who demonstrates quality and attention to detail in everything they do. This is a pivotal role for supporting the success of a project by ensuring that all administrative activities are completed on time and to a high standard. Each client engagement will have different requirements so being able to prioritise and manage multiple project needs will be key.

This role provides a motivated, energetic candidate with an exciting opportunity to be involved with the core of what PCA does. The role touches many parts of the organisation and so potentially a stepping stone to discovering what future opportunities may arise within the company.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

The primary purpose of this role is to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the client job/project cycle. This entails

  • Engaging with internal teams to support all the logistical requirements needed to deliver a client engagement (training project) from end to end. This will include checking availability of faculty/training team, arranging travel and visas, venue checks, video conference set up, issuing purchase orders, conducting feedback surveys and running reports to improve data
  • Interacting with the various teams to provide admin support for the project team in delivering workshops e.g. scheduling internal and client meetings; collating meeting materials; taking meeting minutes and actions
  • Updating the internal systems on progress
  • Ensuring all necessary documentation is produced and saved in the correct directory/folders
  • Liaising directly with client counterparts, where necessary.

Requirements

  • At least 2-3 years wide ranging admin experience, demonstrating the ability to manage multiple projects with different deadlines and stakeholders
  • Exemplary communication (written and verbal) skills
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Some project management experience preferred but not mandatory
  • Reliable with strong prioritisation and time management abilities.

Further details

  • Working days 3-5 days per week (although flexible working is an option); hybrid working between London office and home
  • 7% employer pension
  • Private medical insurance
  • Salary up to £35,000