Project Coordinator, Dorchester
You're a Project Coordinator who is determined to be a part of a leading, award winning company that specialises in high-end technology; building bespoke products for the defence and aerospace industry. Here, you will be an integral part of a team providing support to the project management community and have the opportunity to develop your existing Project Coordinator skills.
Key responsibilities as Project Coordinator include:
- Providing support and guidance regarding templates and processes that are to be adhered to
- Maintain change control logs so that reports can be run detailing cost and schedule variances, suggesting actions to improve
- Scheduling project activities, generating reports and establishing problem areas, communicating this with the Project Manager.
- Monitoring budgets, creating forecasts and justifying overspends and under spends
Key Skills as Project Coordinator include:
- Proven ability to manage large complex engineering projects involving design, development and production
- An understanding of the Project Management life cycle with a strong personality, ensuring best planning practice is in place at all times
- The ability to challenge Project Managers, providing alternate proposals for improving processes
- Being an expert with all things PMO, offering training and support with all aspects of project management
Based at their site in Dorset, this is an opportunity to join a growing, global company that topped our survey of the best benefit packages in Dorset. Our client provides a generous training budget ensuring your personal development and as a Project Coordinator, you'll benefit from earning a competitive salary within a role that offers a positive challenge.
If you feel this opportunity is right for you and are passionate about developing your career further within a Project Coordinator role further, then call Jessica Lippitt today to apply.
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