Job description – Panel Coordinator
We are looking for an enthusiastic and reliable project coordinator to join our team, supporting Frame Projects across its management of design and community review panels. You will be degree qualified and articulate, with excellent writing, editing, and organisational skills. The ability to work well as part of a team and communicate confidently with our expert panel members 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 review meetings.
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 crucial to all aspects of your work. You will be supported and directed by our senior management team.
High standards of presentation are essential in everything we do, and you will assist in producing presentations, brochures, and web content.
The role allows for the development of your project management skills, as well as your knowledge of the built environment and national infrastructure projects.
We feel that it’s important for coordinators at Frame Projects to have a personalised training plan to support their professional development. At the end of your first year of employment, you will have access to a training budget, which we would encourage you to use. We would discuss what type of training would best suit your career ambitions, but possible options could include developing your skills and expertise in project management, town planning or the built environment.
We also offer a flexible approach to working, where staff will spend 3 days of the week either in the office or at an in-person review meeting, and the rest of their time working from home, should they wish to do so.
Key skills / experience
A degree level qualification
Highly organised with excellent attention to detail
Excellent interpersonal skills (ability to work in a team, and build working relationships with people across all levels of seniority)
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Capability to effectively manage and prioritise multiple tasks
Ability to work calmly under pressure and adapt to change
Good working knowledge of Microsoft 365 programmes (Outlook, Excel, Word)
Experience organising events or large meetings
Graphic design skills would be an advantage (we use InDesign)
Motivated by social value
Confident, approachable, and collaborative
Able to work independently and take initiative
An unflappable ‘can do’ attitude
An interest in architecture and related fields
Vacancy type: permanent (full-time)
Salary: £28,000 per year
How to apply
To apply, send a copy of your CV and a completed application form to: email@example.com
We encourage applications from candidates from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds. If you believe you would add value to our team but do not meet all the criteria outlined in the job description, we would still love to hear from you. In your application, please explain why you think you would be a good fit for this role.