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To coordinate support within the project or project office, including communications, collaboration, data collection and analysis.
• Create reference documentation used to manage the project and support preparation of project documentation (including finance cases and procurement documentation).
• Provide a first class document management system.
• Organise and minute meetings, organise travel arrangements and place purchase orders.
• To develop and maintain the governance calendar that informs project activities.
• Act on occasion as an Assistant Project Manager on projects, taking responsibility for predefined tasks.
Communications and stakeholders
• Maintain a communications plan, and take responsibility for communication initiatives, assessing the impact and value to ensure continuous improvement.
•To build and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders and arrange stakeholder/user engagement events.
•Act as a central point of contact and ensure smooth running of the Project Office.
• To maintain and update programme, project and resource plans.
• Maintain an accessible central repository for risk logs, change control and lessons learnt.
• Working with the team to report on project health by monitoring financial information, comparing actual progress against baseline forecasts.
• Consider business compliance issues (e.g. EU Procurement, BBC Delivering Quality).
Measures of success
Free job description Project Coordinator
Knowledge, skills & experience
• Excellent time management skills with demonstrable experience of working under pressure to tight deadlines and managing a high workload with conflicting priorities.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to influence and manage a range of relationships in a complex environment.
• Strong communication skills (verbal, written and listening): an ability to present information concisely, to communicate in a manner applicable to all levels.
• Experience and understanding of good web-based corporate communications.
• Able to produce high quality and professional presentations.
• Excellent attention to detail and ability to ensure documents are consistent in language, terminology and style.
• The ability to translate project requirements into clear, understandable language.
• An appreciation of the concepts and processes required within project management.
• Experience and understanding of effective corporate reporting and good management information within a large organisation.
• Ability to work autonomously or as part of a team to make things happen – turning ideas and strategy into tangible realities and outcomes and processes.
• Flexible approach to work with a focus on delivery to deadlines and high standards.
• Ability to handle highly confidential information with tact and discretion.
• Ability to quickly obtain a broad knowledge of thecompany, including governance structures and operating procedures,
• Strong Microsoft Office skills including Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and Word.