Volt Workforce Solutions Program Coordinator II in Mossville, Illinois
Program Coordinator II in Mossville, IL at Volt
Date Posted: 4/5/2018
Employee Type: Contingent
Location: Mossville, IL
Job Type: Engineering Disciplines
Duration: 48 weeks
Date Posted: 4/5/2018
Job ID: 108040
Contact Name Volt Branch
Volt provides highly skilled contingent workers to local, national and international clients in all major industries. Volt has over 60 years of experience and is a leader in the industry. We work with many of the Fortune 500 and 1000 companies to provide workforce solutions.
Capitalizing on knowledge and innovation, comprehensive resources, and technology, Volt provides top talent to the many thousands of clients across the globe. Over 60 years of unwavering focus on the issues of workforce management have gained us a reputation of being one of the most knowledgeable and accomplished strategic workforce partners in business for clients and candidates alike.
We have a talented and upbeat staffing team focused on the quality of your career. As a Volt employee, you can expect the highest level of on-site support. We have a long-standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our employees.
Volt has an opportunity for you to become part of a prestigious team of professionals. We are seeking an Project Coordinator with Engineering Experience to work onsite at our client’s facility in Mossville, Illinois. This is a contingent position expected to last 1 year.
A project management professional committed to delivering programs on-time and within budget by improving the effectiveness of project teams through the application of professionally accepted program and project management methods, techniques, and tools. Candidate may support 2-4 medium to large or many more small projects.
JOB DUTIES: The incumbent typically has some relevant project management experience and will require limited supervision for most duties. He/she supports projects that have moderate value and may be somewhat complex in nature. This is a staff position that requires a very good understanding of program and project management tools & processes. The incumbent will provide facilitation for project teams and will lead control meetings and chartering/planning sessions for small to medium projects. Incumbent may assist senior coordinators with larger, more complex chartering/planning sessions. Maintains program level issues/action logs, risk registers, scope change requests/logs, program work plans, and program cost tracking. Maintains accurate project schedules with some follow-up by Program Management Supervisor to ensure data quality. The incumbent captures project information, analyzes data from schedule updates (e.g. critical path), works with project team members to resolve logic errors, helps explain changes due to updates, and updates plan according to actions taken by the project team to resolve schedule problems. Creates report packages and communicates project status.
BACKGROUND/EXPERIENCE: This position requires a four year college or university degree. Three to five years of job-related experience in program management. Exposure to engineering, or product development, or purchasing, or IT desired. Must have strong interpersonal skills including excellent communication skills, strong meeting facilitation skills, and the ability to work well in a team environment. Must possess sound knowledge of project management software (Primavera or MS Project), MS Office (Excel/Word/Powerpoint), Adobe Acrobat, and Web Publishing tools.
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Contact Devin at 309-495-2068 for immediate consideration.
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