Project Officer Resume

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112 Stove Street, Preston, PR12 6DS
T: 07257 281 319 

Project Officer with a passion for overseeing projects from initial planning stages through to completion. Experienced in working to tight timescales, assessing, and reducing risks as well as documenting the progress of all projects. Thrives when challenged and works well both independently and within a team. Record of effective project management through excellent communication, delegation and problem solving, meeting and exceeding expectations on a regular basis. 


* Multi-tasking

* Interpersonal skills

* Strong awareness of programs 

* Using initiative

* Decision making under pressure

* Team leadership 


Project Officer, TALCO, Preston Oct 2016 to Present

This role has included management of large-scale projects, taking on responsibility within high-pressure environments. 

* Liaising with Project Manager to align various departments and create contingency plans moving forward.

* Working alongside other teams and managing project progress to ensure deadlines are adhered to.

* Risk assessments, analysis, and prevention to ensure projects flow smoothly throughout. 

Project Assistant, Super-D, Preston Jan 2014 to Oct 2016

Working within a team of 30+ employees to deliver all requirements, successfully beating objectives initially set. 

* Full budget control and responsible for timelines.

* Grew business relationships with relevant external companies and market leaders.

* Successfully reduced total cost by £1.4 million throughout the project.

* Finished project 4 months ahead of the predicted completion date. 

Administrative Executive, Northcott Ltd, Preston Mar 2012 to Dec 2014

Grew team productivity through the management of vital office and administration tasks.

* Redeveloped existing systems to increase productivity and time efficiency.

* Continuous upkeep of machinery, systems, and office equipment, facilitating employees’ individual roles.

* Creation of weekly reports and data analysis, measuring staff and system performances.


St Johnston’s Secondary School, Graduated September 2011. 

10 Tips to Remember When Writing
Your Project Officer Resume

  1. Set aside several hours to write a powerful resume.
  2. You will need quiet space and a computer with Word (recommended) or similar.
  3. Use job descriptions and old resumes to jog your memory.
  4. Is this a career change for you? What skills can you transfer over?
  5. Expand on your duties in detail. 
  6. Ensure the layout is attractive
  7. Write a compelling summary.
  8. Use bullet points.
  9. Proofread for sense, accuracy, spelling and grammar x 3.
  10. Add a well-written cover letter using your strengths to target the role on offer.

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