Project Administrator

A Project Administrator takes the administration burden off the Project Managers and project team members. The Project Administrator provides support for all general project communication, document management, arrangement of meetings, travel, accommodation, keeping of minutes, maintaining project registers, and project team and office housekeeping. A project cannot be successful without efficient project administration. A project is destined to failure without good project administration due to disorganisation and inefficiency.

  • Project administrators are very useful to project teams that don’t have time to take meeting notes or issue follow up reminders.
  • Project administrators can be utilised on small, medium, or large projects. Larger projects may require more than one administrator.
  • Project administrators free up the time of the Project Managers so they can focus on managing and not be tied down by admin.

Key Functions

Project Administrator

Setup project meetings. Create and maintain attendance registers, agendas, and minutes of meetings.

Project Administrator

Create and maintain project registers and project/site diaries.

Project Administrator

Develop and distribute progress and other project reports.

Project Administrator

Develop a document management plan and control project documentation.

Project Administrator

Create and maintain a document repository and a Document Master Record Index.

Project Administrator

Assist in the development of project dashboard and project presentations.

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