Transport Project Administrator needed in Cairo, Egypt

Serial No: 125780
Location: Egypt - View on map

Skills Provision is searching for a Transport Project Administrator for a company in Egypt.

Our client provides professional services in areas such as, transit, freight, and rail. They are searching for a Project Administrator to help support their team.

Location: Cairo, Egypt

Transport Administrator


Salary & Benefits

  • EGP 87,000 p/a
  • Benefits package available


The Role

  • Liaise effectively with the Project Manager, Engineers, Site Staffs, and external contacts on behalf of the project office.
  • Coordinate and organise meetings/seminars within the project office, and with external clients, and assist with the preparation of presentations, agendas, and minutes.
  • Provide efficient word processing, clerical, photocopying, filing, and minute taking duties in respect of the Project.
  • Screen incoming mails and telephone calls, action responses & redirect correspondence where necessary.
  • Organise and coordinate travel requests for the Project Manager and other Engineers, relating to the project where and when required.
  • Maintain confidential records and filing of reports, correspondence, and related material for ease of retrieval.
  • Performing secretarial, administrative, organising and research tasks requiring a sound understanding of organisation policy and structure.
  • Coordinating and ordering of stationery and office supplies.
  • Propose improvements to internal processes and procedures for the efficient and effective administration of all office procedures within the project office.
  • Keep records of all Service Users who are referred to the project.



  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a relevant subject
  • Minimum of four years’ experience in an administrative role
  • IT literate
  • Organised operator
  • Work well in a fast-paced environment
  • Effective communicator


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