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Project Support Officer - Schools Capital Programme
  • Employer: Liverpool City Council
  • Reference: LCC03775
  • Published: Wed 08/03/2023, 16:00 PM
  • Closing on: Thu 30/03/2023, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 35 hours per week
  • Salary: £31,099 - £35,411
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Liverpool City Council, Merseyside

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Project Support Officer - Schools Capital Programme

Liverpool City Council is looking to recruit a project support officer to be based within the Council’s Corporate Landlord Service. You will work within a small team to provide general administrative support to assist in the delivery of the Schools’ Capital Programme.

This is a brand new role and exciting opportunity for you to be involved in the implementation of a broad range of capital works to school, ranging from an annual planned maintenance programme, to school expansions, refurbishments and adaptations.

Your role will cover a diverse range of activities from financial management, raising and tracking orders on SAP, procuring quotations for surveys, minor works and/or other or services, attending and arranging meetings with a wide range of stakeholders and providing general support and assistance to project managers and on individual capital projects.

Responsibilities of the post include:

  • undertaking and assisting with administrative duties to ensure the effective functioning and delivery of the schools’ capital programme.


  • providing project support on individual capital schemes as an when required including raising and processing purchase orders and all associated paperwork relating to them.


  • undertaking financial administration tasks using appropriate financial management software (SAP).


  • responding to enquiries from a range of internal and external stakeholders including schools and external agencies in a customer focussed manner.


  • under the direction of the Team’s project managers and in accordance with LCCstanding orders to procure quotations for surveys, minor works and/or other or servicesconnected with the development and delivery of individual capital schemes.


What You’ll Need:

  • Relevant experience of providing a full range of administrative support at an appropriate level


  • experience of new technology and its applications and developing and maintaining records systems


  • the ability to work both alone and in a team and to be able to manage your time effectively.


  • you should be prepared to undertake any necessary training in order to continuously improve your skills.