Project Support Technician - Water

Job Title: Project Support Technician - Water
Contract Type: Contract
Location: West Midlands,
Salary: £9.01 per hour
REF: HQ00020777
Contact Name: Thomas Bullen
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Job Published: over 1 year ago

Project Support Technician - Water

West Midlands (2-3 months)

Role objective
Assist the Project Manager by providing the project management support required to produce a technical based tender response document. Main objective will be to track progress against an established project plan, co-ordinate document submissions and merge/produce draft Word and Excel documents for sign off.

Key accountabilities
Will track progress against a project plan. The role holder will need to co-ordinate responses from a number of sources, checking progress and managing to specified deadlines. Will work with documents in Word and Excel format, editing, formatting and populating data. Will manage a central data storage area, establishing electronic filing systems and document control processes.

In order to succeed in this role it is expected that you will have: Essential: Competent in production and editing of Word/Excel documents and spreadsheets Project management experience Knowledge and experience of managing electronic filing systems Experience of, and confident with, communicating with management and executive teams Desirable:

  • Asset maintenance knowledge (electrical and mechanical maintenance activities
  • Water industry or contract administration knowledge


  • In order to succeed in this role it is expected that you will have: Essential:
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Ability to listen effectively
  • 'Right first time' attitude focusing on quality of work
  • Works well under pressure, can remain patient, calm and self-controlled
  • Flexible and able to respond to changing business needs
  • The ability to work effectively in a target driven environment
  • Able to adapt to a new work environment quickly, working in a small team and on occasions alone (in an office environment)


  • GCSE's or equivalent in English and Maths at grade C or above