Frame Projects is looking for a project coordinator to join its team in London.
About Frame Projects
Frame Projects is a London based, design focused, project management consultancy. We are leading experts in design review – providing independent expert advice to clients, design teams and planning authorities on development proposals.
We manage multi-disciplinary design review panels on behalf of local councils and development corporations, as well as working nationally providing design advice on High Speed 2.
We also facilitate community review panels, bringing in the knowledge and expertise of local people so that new development meets their needs and aspirations.
Our small team is normally based in a canal-side converted warehouse, on the boundary between Hackney and Islington. We are currently working from home.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and reliable project coordinator to join our team. You will play a key role in supporting Frame Projects across its management of design and community review panels.
You will be degree qualified, articulate, with excellent writing, graphic design, and organisational skills. The ability to work well as part of a team and communicate confidently is also essential.
Working with the panel management team at Frame Projects, you will provide coordination support to several design and community review panels. You will be in daily contact with planning authorities, design teams and panel members to arrange design and community reviews.
You will also be involved in evaluation of our services, and helping to organise and host events such as annual meetings and urban design training.
Collaborative working with other members of the Frame Projects team will be involved in all aspects of your work. You will be supported and directed by our panel programme manager.
High standards of presentation are essential in everything we do, and you will assist in producing beautifully formatted presentations and illustrated documents using InDesign.
The role allows for the development of your project management skills, as well as your knowledge of the built environment and national infrastructure projects.
- a degree level qualification
- excellent command of written and spoken English
- an eye for good images and graphics
- knowledge of InDesign essential
- knowledge of Microsoft Office programmes (Outlook, Excel, Word)
- motivated by social value
- confident, approachable, and collaborative
- highly organised with excellent attention to detail
- an unflappable ‘can do’ attitude
- an interest in architecture and related fields e.g. graphics, visual arts
How to apply
Please send your CV, examples of graphic design work, and salary expectations via the ‘apply’ link below. We are only able to respond to candidates we invite for an interview, but we will keep CVs on file for six months and may get in touch at a later stage.
We are keen to receive application from a diverse range of candidates and actively encourage applications from under-represented groups.
No agencies at this time please.