Project Coordinator                                    Apply HERE  

Signalink, Inc., Madison, AL

 

Primary Duties:

The Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, tracking and evaluating project activities, material inventory, and budgetary constraints for successful project completion.
 

Essential Functions:

  • Coordinating tasks related to multiple programs.

  • Compile or provide input for project status reports.

  • Provide input to project schedules via MS Project.

  • Stay abreast of the project activities in an effort to conduct and document meetings as required.

  • Work with Project Manager to identify and resolve project problems (drawings issues, resource issues, etc.).

  • Work with Project Manager to coordinate project activities and ensure all project phases are documented.

  • Prepare price quotes for projects and track inventory of material.

  • Support proposal related task and analysis as required.

  • Support Configuration Management activities.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Desired qualifications:

Experience with Army aviation platforms and systems is highly desirable. Experience in material management and configuration management activities preferred.

 

Educational Requirements:

Minimum of three years project coordination/management or equivalent defense experience required, five years preferred.  Three years in defense industry preferred.  MS Office experience required; MS Project preferred.

 

Security Requirements:

Applicants must currently hold or be able to obtain a DoD security clearance at the secret level. 

 

Work Environment:

Work is performed primarily in an office or lab environment with adequate environmental (heating/cooling) control.  The noise level in the work environment will be moderate due to noises associated with computer equipment, equipment racks, and environmental control systems.  For some efforts, tactical equipment will be operated outdoors in field conditions to include weather extremes and on tactical generator power. Offsite work is performed primarily at Government locations in climate-controlled facilities but will occasionally require installation, inspection and setup of equipment outdoors.