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Project Coordinator

Salary £19000.00 - £22000.00 per annum
Location Castle Donington, Derbyshire
Job Type Permanent Jobs
Sector
Job Ref HQ00041206
Published 11 months ago

Job Description

THE OPPORTUNITY:

A fantastic opportunity has arisen to work for a major events company based in Castle Donnington. My client is looking for a project administrator To provide project and administrative support in order to enable a first class level of experience and service to all customers on all delivered projects

THE ROLE & YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Liaising with existing clients to ensure their needs are met and assisting with any queries they may have.
  • Dealing with any minor problems or complaints from clients.
  • Preparing presentations and other general typing including letters, e-mails etc.
  • Filing of all paperwork generated and job files.
  • Assistance in answering in-coming telephone calls.
  • All printing and laminating of documents and drawings as required.
  • Completing supplier set up forms when required.
  • Obtaining quotations for plant hire, transport and consumables from our suppliers
  • Placing purchase orders for all plant hire, transport, labour and consumables.
  • Ensuring the authorization of purchase orders, downloading a copy to the project file in the shared folder, printing a copy for filing in the project folder, ensuring a copy is received by the supplier and all purchase order information is entered into the Rental Pre Costing (RCP) sheet.
  • Monitoring the project RPC sheets and ensuring it matches against what has been raised on the project within All Hire
  • The setting up of events and projects within All Hire, requesting a new customer set up in Accounts and the credit checking of new customers if necessary.
  • Helping to prepare Project Input Sheets and Confirmation Orders and ensuring that the signed document is received as soon as possible before we go to site.
  • Invoicing the client and ensuring all monies due are with us before we go to site by monitoring and updating the revenue analysis document.
  • Receiving sales invoices, ensuring they match against their purchase order, are signed by the appropriate person and are logged in an invoice tracker.
  • Entering event budgets into All Hire as confirmed by the Operations Manager.
  • Creating and distributing weekly reports for outstanding purchase orders, purchase orders created for the week previous and unauthorized purchase orders.
  • Arranging couriers and deliveries to site when required
  • Attending GL UK management and Spaciotempo management meetings, recording minutes and actions and distributing to all post meeting.
  • Arrangement appointments, travel, accommodation and visas for Seating and Stadia team and Managing Director. More recently, this has expanded to Managers and Directors within Owen Brown.
  • Receiving authorized annual leave forms, completing the team holiday tracker and ensuring the Outlook diary entries matches the authorized form

EXPERIENCE SOUGHT IN THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage with a range of audiences at all levels.
  • Good IT skills, ideally which include knowledge of programmes such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work under own initiative, using a proactive approach to problem solving.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to work in a fast paced and pressurised environment
  • Interested in a long term career in this industry.
  • Excellent attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy

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