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Title:  Project Coordinator

Location: 

Norwich, UKM, GB

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Description: 

Project Coordinator - 9 month Fixed term contract 

 

Job Summary 

 

Will support the Programme Manager as required to manage and drive the key metrics as necessary to maintain the project timing, within cost and quality deliverables. A project coordinator will coordinate the schedule, the budget, the issues and risks of the project. Communicating with various departments in the organization to make sure everyone is aligned. The overall main responsibility of the role is to ensure the project is progressing according to plan.

 

Role responsibilities 

 

  •  Project Master schedule- Support the development of the programme plan and establish the project scheduling, action plan and tracking.
  • Project Investment/budget - Monitor the financial status of the project and generate the metrics for review at project meetings and senior reviews
  • Project Quality Management - Ensuring the LPDS or 3rd party clients gateways/milestones are followed and deliverable requirements are correctly recorded
  • Project Organisational planning and reporting - Monitor and record project resource requirements vs actuals.  Provide the data for review at project meetings and senior management reviews.
  • Project performance report - Establish gateway deliverables with the Programme Manager and define key indicators.  Provide project status reporting to the project team and senior management and follow up / follow through of the action plan during the development period to correct any issues
  • Working with team members in the field or on site who have project issues
  • Analysis of risks and opportunities for the project
  • Holding project meetings with project stakeholders

 

Desirable skills

  • Masters degree
  • Whole vehicle OEM experience or significant experience from automotive tier1
  • Financial, purchasing and/or product marketing exposure
  • Self starter
  • Leadership skills

 

Essential critea

  • Engineering degree or relevant management qualification
  • Programme management skills delivered in an Engineering environment

 

Skills and aptitudes

  • Analytical
  • Methodical
  • Team focused