Full-Time Coordinator – F/T – P/T – Loon
From straightforward operations to intricate schemes, the Coordinator will oversee and coordinate linked projects. The Coordinator’s duties include collaborating closely with the Manager to create detailed action plans that contain project resources, timelines, and budgets. The Coordinator will handle a variety of coordination tasks, such as scheduling, risk management, administrative responsibilities, keeping project documentation, and responding to financial inquiries. Because this position involves working with project teams to deliver deliverables on schedule, the candidate must be exceptional at time management and communication.
Job Title : Coordinator – F/T – P/T
Location : Loon, Bohol Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 25.29 per hour.
Company : K-Mart Corp.
Job Type : Full-Time
- In order to maintain project plans up to date, it is important to keep track of resource allocations, work segment plans, task progress and completion deadlines, and other directed updates.
- Create and distribute agendas for meetings, as well as publish minutes.
- Tools and logs for tracking, such as change control, problem logs, decision/action logs, and risk management, must be maintained current.
- Keep the project repository up to date and see that late deliveries and approvals are completed.
- Maintain project calendars and weekly status reports.
- Once organizational knowledge and abilities have been built, the individual is willing to run modest projects alone with minimal oversight.
- Ensuring that frameworks are followed and that each project’s documentation is kept up to date.
- With the help of a Project Manager, Project Coordinators are responsible for the project’s logistics. You could, for example, collaborate with your coworkers to develop a project schedule, establish objectives, and identify the materials needed to finish the project.
- Assisting in the identification of project hazards and, when necessary, giving proposals for solutions.
- Support project financials, including re-forecasting, gathering fresh estimates, and revising spent-to-date.
- Expert use of Microsoft Office tools (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel).
- Understanding of operational risk management and quality control is required.
- Excellent interpersonal abilities to work well with people and the capacity to cope in a changing work environment.
- Two or more years of experience as a coordinator or equivalent in operational and technological initiatives. Supporting critical meetings (scheduling, agenda dissemination, minutes), managing project resource schedules, project calendars, risk logs, and resource plans (Risks, Assumption, Issues, Decision)
- An understanding of how to create and interpret flowcharts, schedules, and step-by-step action plans.