Administration and Office Services
Administrator (10 month temporary contract)
Wallingford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Do you want to join our Geo-data revolution? Fugro’s global reach and unique know-how will put the world at your fingertips. Our love of exploration and technical expertise help us to provide our clients with invaluable insights. We source and make sense of the most relevant Geo-data for their needs, so they can design, build and operate their assets more safely, sustainably and efficiently. But we’re always looking for new talent to take the next step with us. For bright minds who enjoy meaningful work and want to push our pioneering spirit further. For individuals who can take the initiative but work well within a team.
Fugro are looking for a highly organised and diligent Project Administrator to join the IFS project team based in Wallingford on a 10 month contract. This is an interesting role which is pivotal in supporting the team. You will work closely with the implementation lead and other team members to coordinate the planning, execution, and delivery of the project. You will be responsible for maintaining project documentation, tracking project progress, and communicating updates to relevant stakeholders. In addition to this you will assist in identifying and resolving issues or risks that may arise during the project lifecycle. You will also be involved in preparing reports, presentations and correspondence as well as organising and maintaining files and records, organising training and meetings. To be considered for this role you will need to be an experienced and confident administrator with strong IT skills.
Who we’re looking for:
Previous administration experience is essential.
Educated to a minimum of GCSE standard to include Maths and English.
Intermediate MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint skills.
Highly organised and able to prioritise tasks and manage your time effectively**.**
Strong English language skills, both verbal and written.
What we offer:
Fugro provides a positive work environment as well as projects that will satisfy the most curious minds. We also offer great opportunities to stretch and develop yourself. By giving you the freedom to grow faster, we think you’ll be able to do what you do best, better. Which should help us to find fresh ways to get to know the earth better. We encourage you to be yourself at Fugro. So bring your energy and enthusiasm, your keen eye and can-do attitude. But bring your questions and opinions too. Because to be the world’s leading Geo-data specialist, we need the strength in depth that comes from a diverse, driven team.
Benefits for this role include a competitive salary accompanied by an attractive package including contributory pension scheme, life assurance and private medical insurance.
2 days annual leave pro-rata plus Bank Holidays.
Our view on diversity, equity, and inclusion
At Fugro, our people are our superpower. Their variety of viewpoints, experiences, knowledge and talents give us collective strength. Distinctive beliefs and diverse backgrounds are therefore welcome, but discrimination, harassment, inappropriate behaviour and unfair treatment are not. Everybody is to be well-supported and treated fairly. And everyone must be valued and have their voice heard. Crucially, we believe that getting this right brings a sense of belonging, of safety and acceptance, that makes us feel more connected to Fugro’s purpose ‘together create a safe and liveable world’ – and to each other.
Disclaimer for recruitment agencies:
Fugro does not accept any unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies. Acquisition to Fugro Recruitment or any Fugro employee is not appreciated**.**
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