Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator II will have extensive experience in the flooring industry, managing projects of high complexity along with experience dealing with General Contractors and sub-Contracted labor. They will manage the operational aspects of more complex (multiple phases, multiple flooring types, multiple services, multiple trades) technical construction projects to ensure the project is completed within budget and will plan for the initiation of the project by scheduling resources, while monitoring progress and will oversee the timeframe and cost throughout the project. The Program Coordinator II will provide onsite project supervision when needed, to ensure the project is progressing as planned and that subcontracted labor is performing to the scope of work.
Essential duties:
Manage Subcontracted labor to ensure compliance to project scope
Manages operational aspects of construction
Manage project within budget
Plan for initiation of project schedule
Monitor job progress and oversee time frames
Manage installers
Comply with safety rules and environmental regulations
Be aware of departmental Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Educational requirements:
Bachelor?s degree; consideration will be given to a combination of education and experience or experience in a related field
Skills and experience:
Previous Project Management experience required
Carpet/Flooring industry experience/knowledge required
Construction industry experience preferred.
Time management, strong customer orientation
Excellent interpersonal skills
Excellent communication skills, verbal and written
Commitment to company values
Strong team player
Basic computer proficiency
Work environment:
Travel is estimated at 25%
Office and job site environment
We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
We desire priority referrals of Protected Veterans for job openings at all locations within the State of Georgia.
An Equal Opportunity Employer including Veterans and Disabled.
Posted Date: 7/10/2018
Removed Date: 7/31/2018

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