What is a Project Coordinator?
The role of a Project Coordinator is to monitor how a project is progressing, communicating with clients and negotiating with contractors. Usually a Project Coordinator will work under the supervision of a Project Manager or Site Manager.
Key skills to be successful as a Project Coordinator will include:
Strong administrational skills
Understand health and safety regulations
String negotiating skills
Confident in using Project Management software
What are the typical daily duties for a Project Coordinator?
From employer to employer the job description of a Project Coordinator can vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:
Inspect the construction site to ensure quality control standards are high in all phases.
Coordinate with the material supply chain
Prepare project progress reports
Supervise and facilitate equipment and component installation to assure that every process is running to the correct standards
Interested in looking for a new Project Coordinator job?
If you are looking for a new opportunity, please get in touch with our specialist recruiters to discuss your situation in more detail. Alternatively you can search all of our current live jobs across the Construction, Civils, Rail, Power and Telecoms sectors.
Want to find out how we can help you and your job search?
We are always pushing boundaries to improve our services to our clients and candidates. So taking pride in what we do is ranked extremely high. Find out more about the services we can provide for you.
Located approximately 170 kilometres north of Munich, Nuremberg is the 14th largest city in Germany with an estimated population of 518,370. Nuremberg covers an area of 71.99 square miles and is home to one of Europe’s largest castles, Nuremberg castle. Nuremberg has seen numerous large scale construction projects over the past couple of years and has multiple large constructions projects in the pipeline, including;
This property, which is listed as an industrial icon, located to the west of Nuremberg's old town, between the Frankenschnellweg and Fürther Straße is set to become a new mixed-use development. It will include residential, office, gastronomy and retail uses and supplemented by social facilities. Construction work began in spring 2021 and could cost a total of approximately €700 million.
Nuremberg-Berlin Project (VDE 8)
This is Germany’s largest and most innovative infrastructure project, which will include 56km of tunnels and 27km of viaducts. Investment for the project amounts to around €10 billion from the Federal Republic of Germany, the European Union and Deutsche Bahn AG.
Looking for a new construction job?