Project Administrator

Company Name:
Resource Pointe

Project Administrator

The primary function of the Project Administrative / Job Site Clerk is to provide administrative support to the work site environment for which they are assigned. The successful candidate's primary functions will include; data entry and data tracking; and other office or field administrative duties as necessary.


The roles and responsibilities of the Job Site Clerk may include, but are not limited to the following items:
Data entry into various programs for a variety of tasks.
Process paperwork for new employees on job site and enter employee information into the payroll system.
Verify attendance, hours worked, and pay adjustments, and post information onto designated records.
Compile employee time, production, and payroll data from time sheets and other records.
Issue and record adjustments to pay related to previous errors or retroactive increases.
Complete time sheets showing employees' arrival and departure times.
Post relevant work hours to client files to bill clients properly.
Issue parking passes and print access badges
Schedule and organize activities such as meetings and department activities.
Participate in a wide variety of special projects and compile a variety of special reports as assigned by their Supervisor or Manager.
Communicate & interact with co-workers, management, clients, vendors and others in a courteous and professional manner.
Comply with and abide by all Client site safety regulations, policies, work procedures, and instruction.


Preferably have at least:
Two years administrative, project related and general office experience.
Excellent organizational skills and strong attention to detail.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with ability to prioritize competing tasks and demands.
Ability to gather data then compose, type and proof reports, establishing priorities meeting deadlines.
Ability to operate general office equipment (fax machines, copiers, scanners, printers, etc.)
Ability to compile and report routine and non-routine information.
Strong interpersonal skills and strong customer service skills.
Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written.)
Strong working knowledge of computer programs including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) and other department-specific programs.

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