[Intro Paragraph] Remember you are competing with other companies for your potential project coordinator candidate’s attention. To help gain that attention, it is best to start with a short, 2-3 sentence introduction to your company and its working environment. This is your opportunity to tell your candidate why they would be proud to work for you and what you have to offer them.
Project Coordinator Job Responsibilities:
- Accomplishes work requirements by orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, and coaching employees.
- Meets work standards by following production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving operational problems; and identifying work process improvements.
- Meets cost standards by monitoring expenses and implementing cost-saving actions.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities and reading professional publications.
- Enhances department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests, and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
[Work Hours & Benefits] After you have informed your potential candidate about what they will be doing for you, it is a good idea to tell them about working hours and benefits. This information works best in the middle of your job description to help keep your prospective candidate’s interest. You may also want to include job requirements that may be out of the ordinary such as being able to work from home, travel requirements, and flexible schedules. If you have additional benefits such as childcare, tuition reimbursement, meal vouchers, or other things that other companies may not offer, this is the place to include those.
Project Coordinator Skills and Qualifications:
- Documentation management
- Time management
- Organizational skills
- Analytical and problem-solving abilities
- Written and verbal communication skills
- Team-management skills
- Process oriented
- Attention to detail
Education and Experience Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree (in company-related field)
- Desired years of experience as project coordinator or project manager
- Proven experience as project coordinator or project manager
- Experience working as part of a team
- Experience in planning and schedule management
- Experience as team leader
- Proficiency in appropriate software for the position
[Call To Action] Once you have listed your requirements for the job, you will want to give your candidate an opportunity to apply for the position. This is called a call to action and it has been found that your job posting will perform better if you tell you candidate how to apply. Make it easy. Tell your candidate to apply by clicking on the “apply” button or by having them email their application to a specific person.
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