£20,000 per annum
An established project management consultancy business are looking for a Graduate Project Coordinator to join their team based just outside of Cardiff.
Our client are looking for someone who is keen to establish a career with varied skills and are offering a competitive starting salary with excellent benefits and career progression.
This is what you’ll be doing:
You will join the team in providing comprehensive project management services. The team has practical management experience across several sectors, including healthcare, education, defence, custodial, and blue-light, your projects will vary from interaction with construction contractors and facilities management teams, to finance investors and their legal representatives. Some of the duties include but are not limited to:
- Managing meetings including logistics, invitations, locations, schedules, and attendance.
- Meeting notes and minute taking, including action logs.
- Ensuring actions are followed up and progressed by parties between meetings.
- Programme management assistance, including control of key project deadlines.
- Drafting update reports, both internally and for clients.
- Reviewing, analysing, reporting, and presenting data in an accessible manner.
- Supporting the project manager in completion of their tasks.
- Attending site visits to live projects.
- Degree related subject e.g. Law, Business, English
- Excellent Excel skills and an eye for data
- Confident and professional
- Flexibility to suit clients’ needs
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- A pro active approach and the desire to learn and progress
- Circa £20,000 starting salary
- 30pm finish on a Friday
- Additional day off for Birthday.
- Additional leave over the Christmas holidays
- Cardiff based office with WFH options
Are you up to the challenge?
If you believe that you have the skills and experience for the role - then please get in touch. We also offer a referral scheme for any candidates whose details are passed to us that we successfully place. If you have any further questions then please contact Kim Partridge on (phone number removed).
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