Project Assistant – Special Projects – UK

Project Assistant – Special Projects
£23,000 – £30,000
London
You already have a sound project administration background. You’re a strong communicator with a keen eye for detail and excellent budgetary management skills. Now’s your opportunity to broaden your experience as you help drive the success of a diverse range of projects (primarily capital buildings) for Royal Museums Greenwich. We can offer you plenty of responsibility, scope and challenge, not to mention a genuinely inspiring place to work, with three historic museum locations and the Cutty Sark set in a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
As well as carrying out key administrative tasks including organising meetings, preparing information, maintaining records, taking minutes and compiling reports, you’ll work closely with the Project Manager to drive the delivery of projects. That will include monitoring progress, managing risk and issue logs, monitoring the project budget and assisting with procurement.
Along with a PRINCE 2 qualification to at least foundation level, you should bring excellent writing and IT skills – including MS Excel, Word, Outlook and MS Project. Experience of EU procurement procedures is important too, along with the ability to manage a busy and fast-changing workload. Experience of capital building works projects would be a bonus, though it’s not essential.
For a full job description and details of how to apply, please visit http://www.rmg.co.uk/jobs
Closing date: 5 May 2014.
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