IT SPECIALIST ENTRY LEVEL/ PMA/ STUDENT CONVERSION / GDL
This specialty provides project support through ownership and management of project documentation and facilitation of project team communications. A Project Administrator sets up the project control book, enters data, tracks issues and changes, produces status reports and handles financial and procurement transactions. They support general contract management through asset management, audit readiness, financial process support, issues management, measurements reporting, project plan execution and, where applicable, request for service. Duties of a project administrator include all aspects of facilitating a project: scheduling meeting times and locations, taking meeting minutes, developing presentations, and arranging training for project staff. In addition, the project administrator participates in budget administration, providing analysis, keeping records, and forecasting financial performance. IT project administrators may work closely with other corporate departments, such as HR and legal.
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
- Recently graduated from IT careers
- Java programming, Java documentation
Preferred Tech and Prof Experience
- It is not necessary to have technical expertise but should be aware of the IT industry.
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