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London Creative and Digital Fusion Project Administrator

Salary: £24,000 - £30,000
Closing Date: Friday 31 August 2012
Interview Date: Wednesday 19 September 2012
Reference: A459

Join one of London’s newest and exciting programmes – working with leading creative and digital experts to support leading-edge small companies thrive.

The two-year London Creative and Digital Fusion project begins in July with a high-profile full launch in September. Working across London with creative partners such as Queen Mary University, C4CC at the University of London, RCA, The Work Foundation and ImaginationLancaster (both of Lancaster University), the Council for Industry and Higher Education and London Higher, the project has won over £5m of start-up funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to support company growth and job creation.

We are seeking an experienced and skilled Project Administrator to support the London Fusion project’s reporting requirements to both internal and external stakeholders. This role involves working with a wide range of small firms in one of the fastest moving and exciting areas of creative content and technology. The Project Administrator will be critical to the success of the project, liaising with the project’s Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) with regards to completion of ERDF paperwork and event registration. You will have a close attention to detail and proven administration skills. You will ensure compliance of the project activities to the lead partner (Lancaster University) and ERDF for financial, procurement, record keeping, processes, procedures and audit requirements. Previous experience of administration within a European Regional Development Fund project is essential for this role.

The post will be based at leading employment thinktank The Work Foundation in central London, and will need people who are highly motivated and who enjoy delivering to the highest standards.

This post is subject to funding being confirmed by the European Union through the London European Regional Development Fund Programme 2007 to 2013.

For more details and to apply online click here