About the role
Balfour Beatty has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Project Administrator (12 months FTC) to join our Power Transmission & Distribution business based in Dartford .
Role Purpose :
Aligned to a regional portfolio of work, act as the principal administrative support for all project-level and central function activity;
Support the Team Coordinator and Senior Operational Leadership in the implementation and continual review of all project support / administrative processes required to safely deliver our works whilst maintaining compliance to company procedures and policies across the UK Power T&D Business;
Support the Team Coordinator to and train / coach site-based project administrators / engineers in relation to administrative processes.
What you'll be doing
On a day to day basis you will be responsible for :
Providing an expert and efficient administrative service to Head of Operations for all projects aligned to their portfolios;
Adhering to and promote agreed administrative processes and procedures, continually reviewing in order to remain lean and efficient in day-to-day operations;
Delivery of all administrative activity including, but not limited to : site mobilisation and demobilisation; procurement;
payroll; resourcing; facilities management; communications; travel / accommodation; events organisation and; any other activity advised by line management;
Support the team coordinator in the continual review and subsequent implementation of best practice processes across all administration activity outlined above;
Support operational leadership / team coordinator with business wide communications / engagement activity;
Deputise for the Team Coordinator if necessary / appropriate;
Who we're looking for
Personal Qualities and Experience :
Energetic, positive person with a wish to solve problems and comply with procedures;
Proven record of delivering a reliable administrative service with a fast-paced environment;
High levels of IT Literacy with deep knowledge of Balfour Beatty systems;
Full driving licence;
A formal qualification in Business Administration or related discipline (desirable).
Why work for us
Day in, day out, our skilled and dedicated teams deliver a range of proactive and reactive services which support a reliable and safe supply of power flowing to millions of homes and businesses around the world.
Our contracts range from 50,000 schemes to 100 million plus major projects.
Our people are our biggest asset and we focus on recruiting, training and developing the people who can apply innovation to deliver the infrastructure of the future.
We nurture these talents, offer a great benefits package and continually invest in developing the skills of our people at every level.