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HAUS was set up with the aim of establishing a creative recruitment agency run by consultants from the design industry. This means that each member of our team has a genuine passion for all things design – as well as contacts at London’s most prominent design studios – and we regularly use these connections to help Project Administrators secure their next roles in the industry. We have the best Project Administrator Jobs Architecture specific careers.
Our job board below displays our list of current Project Administrator jobs in London. Before applying, please take a look at our CV Guide for top tips from our expert recruiters to ensure you’re showcasing your skills in the best way.
What is a Project Administrator?
Project Administrators work closely with senior members of staff, providing administrative support to ensure the smooth delivery of projects. Sometimes called Document Controllers, Project Administrators play a key role within the project team, ensuring document procedures are maintained and helping to deliver projects effectively and to the highest standards.
Duties of a Project Administrator
Responsible for studio information management and document control systems, Project Administrators work closely with design teams to ensure the smooth running of all projects. The role is often the point of contact between the studio and site team, and Project Administrators will often liaise with client and contractors over document deadlines. Additional responsibilities include the efficient production and administration of project documents, maintaining document control filing, archiving and retrieval, issuing drawings and documents using electronic data management systems, and assist with project submissions.
Skills and Competencies
Project Administrators must be highly organised, with fantastic communication skills. As a key member of a wider project team, you must be able to work well within multidisciplinary teams with the ability to prioritise and plan. A strong administrator with excellent software skills, you must be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and with high levels of accuracy.
How much do Project Administrators get paid in the UK?
Project Administrators can expect to earn from £24,000 to more than £35,000 per year, as indicated by our Salary Guide. The HAUS salary guide for architectural professionals is designed to help ensure candidates are getting the right wage, and provides a handy overview of the average salaries for architectural professionals across the spectrum in the UK.
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Who we are
HAUS Careers is an Architecture and Design recruitment agency in London. We are a team of ex-industry professionals with varied backgrounds and specialist knowledge in a multiplicity of sectors. At HAUS we love design and have a passion for great Architecture.
Our varied backgrounds and relevant experience allow for a deeper understanding of our industry. Our expert knowledge of Architecture, BIM, Landscape, Interior Design, Urban Design and Creative Support allows us to identify talented professionals and the best practices.
We work with London’s best practices and ensure our candidates are always placed in the right environment. We have a great relationship with both our clients and candidates for this exact reason. We are always looking for the most talented designers and professionals to ensure our industry’s future continues to grow.
How are we different?
At HAUS we understand from experience that recruitment is more than just matching someone’s skillset to a job description.
We are always looking to launch professionals next step in the industry. That’s why we get to know our candidates. We welcome the opportunity to meet over a coffee, tea or beer (or all of the above) so we can get a stronger understanding of their career aspirations and match their specialist skills and experience to the right role.