Junior Project Coordinator

  • Full-time
  • Project Management, Leicestershire
  • Old Station Close Workshop


We're seeking a well-organized, friendly, and approachable individual who is comfortable working in a fast-paced setting and can provide valuable support to our Project Management team. You'll be joining a team of experienced project managers working on various projects across the country. The position is rewarding and diverse, and we're eager to train the right candidate.

Your responsibilities will include, but won't be limited to:

  • Creating job information during handover.
  • Communicating with designers to note changes or specific job details for customers.
  • Assisting in compiling project "sign-off" paperwork.
  • Making adjustments to drawings following surveys.
  • Following up on sign-off information like colour choices and appliance lists.
  • Offering suggestions for design changes along with designers and project managers, as needed.
  • Helping with customer questions and interactions during projects, which could involve confirming choices or providing service plans.
  • Developing a strong product knowledge.
  • Assisting with quality control checks before dispatch.
  • Occasionally traveling to project sites.

If you're considering a career in Project Management, the Junior Project Coordinator role provides an excellent starting point. You'll gain essential insights into managing projects from beginning to end in the furniture industry. Depending on your progress, advancement opportunities could open up after a year.


We are searching for an individual who possesses:

  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills.
  • Previous experience in customer-facing roles.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Keen attention to detail and a practical mindset.
  • An open, personable, and friendly approach.
  • Dedication to providing consistent support.
  • A minimum of A-Level grades A-C.
  • A valid driving license (occasional travel for site visits is required).
  • A genuine interest in interior and/or furniture design.
  • Proactive initiative and a strong eagerness to contribute to our shared objectives.
  • Full driving license.


We offer a competitive salary based on experience and during your first year you will receive training in the role and performance appraisals where your pay will be reviewed.

After this we offer annual pay reviews and continued support from the team.

You will receive 22 days of annual leave (plus bank holidays) which can increase with length of service and experience, as well as life insurance, a wellness program, cycle 2 work scheme and company events.

If you would like to be considered for this position please apply below with a CV, and covering letter.