Project Administrator Position Description

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Project Administrator Position Description
A project administrator must have good computer and leadership skills. (computer image by Andrey Rakhmatullin from Fotolia.com)

A project administrator works under the direction of a company's program manager, ensuring that project personnel performs tasks in accordance with top leadership's specifications. The administrator also make sure subordinates complete duties on time.

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Work Activities

A project administrator plans and oversees the work of project personnel, develops and implements operating policies to ensure timely task completion, and prepares progress reports. The administrator also sets goals and deadlines by which subordinates must complete duties and performs periodic staff evaluations.

Competencies and Tools

An effective project administrator generally has an analytical penchant, time-management aptitude and effective communication skills, according to O*NET OnLine. To complete the required tasks satisfactorily, project administrators often use enterprise resource planning software, accounting software and project management software.

Degree Requirements and Wages

A project administrator usually has a bachelor's degree in business management, information technology or computer science. However, most senior professionals generally hold a master's degree. According to the career data website Indeed, the average yearly wage of a project administrator was £59,800 as of 2010.

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