Project Administration Assistant

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This is a newly created administrative role to increase capacity in Londonwide LMCs, the membership organisation representing approximately 7,000 NHS general practitioners in over 1,100 practice teams in London, providing pan-London leadership and shared committee services for its members. The organisation has an important role to value, care for and protect general practice.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Workforce-Training and Innovation (WTI) team which provides project management across the organisation and training for constituents across the 27 London boroughs that make up the Londonwide LMCs area. The team also co-ordinates a range of supportive services for practices that are delivered through managed relationships with associates.

The post holder will report to the Head of Workforce-Training and Innovation and work within the WTI team, playing an integral part in linking our work across the directorates at Londonwide LMCs and externally with our practices and constituents.

As an organisation we work flexibly, and regular home working is supported. The post is contractually based at our offices located in central London near Euston where we host quarterly connect days for all staff. Whilst regular home working is supported some travel or office attendance may be required to attend pre-planned meetings or events.

The salary for the role will be £25,000 pa plus membership of the group personal pension scheme with a 16% employer pension contribution (£4,000, making total remuneration £29,000). Benefits include 25 days annual leave, flexi time and other flexible working options. The company holds the Investors in People Silver award and is committed to the personal and professional development of all colleagues.

The focus of this role is to provide administrative support to the Workforce-Training and Innovation team, enabling the smooth running of projects, scheduling meetings and supporting events. It would be helpful if candidates have excellent administration and note taking skills. We would like to hear from candidates who have experience of:

  • Owning the administrative tasks required enable to the smooth team operations.
  • Attending team meetings and other project meetings, providing administrative support, ensuring an accurate record of the meeting and actions is made.

To apply for this position please send a copy of your CV, along with a covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements of the role set out in the job description and person specification, to Marie Vassallo (

The post may close earlier if there are a very high number of responses. Interviews are planned for Wednesday 5 June 2024.

Shortlisted candidates only will be contacted.