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Project Coordinator Job Description: Role, Responsibilities & More

Jennifer Bridges
Publication date:
January 24, 2022
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Project Coordinator Job Description: Role, Responsibilities & More

A project coordinator is a member of the project management team who supports project managers by overseeing administrative tasks, communicating with stakeholders and ensuring resource availability for the project team. They can be lead project coordinator, project management coordinator or assistant project manager. They are needed in large projects in many industries such as construction, information technology and healthcare. The project coordinator will coordinate the schedule, budget, issues and risks of the project, making sure the project management framework is well-organized and that it runs smoothly. Project coordinators are responsible for monitoring project progress, creating project status reports, scheduling stakeholder meetings, managing project management documents, executing project management administrative tasks, and supporting team members when implementing risk management strategies.

They must have a Bachelor's degree in business administration, management or a related field, project management certifications, working knowledge of project management software, proficiency with Microsoft Office, excellent interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, and attention to detail. Most companies require at least 2 years of experience in project coordination, project management roles or related fields, but education and training can replace experience.


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Jennifer Bridges
Project Coordinator Job Description: Role, Responsibilities & More
January 24, 2022
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