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Project Coordinator


IntelliBridge Partners is looking for a Project Coordinator for our client in Lodi, CA. This is a 6 month contract position with a pay rate of $26-$32 an hour. In this position, the Project Coordinator will be under general direction, plans, organizes, and administers various levels of complexity; may lead and coordinate activities of Capital Improvement Program (CIP) project teams; leads and coordinates the work of assigned professional and support staff who are acting as project team members; performs related duties as assigned.
Duties:
o Plans, assigns, and reviews the work of technical and professional team members; participates in the selection of staff for participation on project teams.
o Facilitates project team meetings.
o Prepares a variety of periodic progress and special reports related to projects and activities.
o Confers and negotiates with developers and property owners relative to the acquisition and disposition of property and improvements; may draft contract language and performance specifications.
o Represents the company in meetings with representatives of governmental agencies, professional, business, and community organizations and the public.
o Assists in the preparation of budgets for Capital Improvement Projects.
o Reviews cost estimates, interprets plans and specifications for contractors, and determines contractual compliance.
o Interprets and administers applicable ordinances relating to project requirements.
o Responds personally or in writing to questions or complaints related to project activities or policy.
o Conducts contract bid openings for Public Works projects, including review and approval of bid documentation.
o Performs related duties as assigned.
Requirements:
o BA Degree in engineering, business or public administration, or a closely related field.
o Must have (1) year of project leadership experience in government or engineering-related projects.
o Developing project administration, monitoring, and evaluation techniques; principles, practices, and techniques of project administration, including monitoring and evaluation.
o Administrative principles and practices, including goals and objectives development, work planning, and employee supervision.
o Business and engineering computer use applications.
o Basic budgetary principles and practices.
o Basic supervisory principles and practices;
o Team leadership and facilitation principles and techniques;
o Principles and practices of contract administration and project management and evaluation.
o Applicable codes, regulations, and standards relating to company contract administration.
o Safety practices pertaining to the work; construction materials, methods, and equipment.


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