NOTE that a Project Coordinator could be a clerical position, or have duties similar to a Project Manager, depending on particular assignment and the level of experience required.
The clerical version is described here.
|•||Assist project management and data processing professionals, technical users and end users in project coordination and synchronization tasks.|
|•||Provide administrative and technical support of a clerical nature as required to a project team.|
|•||Assist in performing such tasks as maintaining project documentation and application/system libraries.|
|•||Act as the first or single point of contact in a "hot-line" situation by accepting incoming calls, logging calls, attempting to resolve simple problems and following established procedures for more difficult problems.|
|•||Track project change requests.|
|•||Maintain and updates relevant project information in manual and/or electronic files; project information might include such things as project activity schedule, status reports, correspondence.|
|•||Use computer tools, aids, system control languages on PCs, minis, or mainframes to perform work.|
|•||Communicate with project management and data processing professionals, technical users and end users on administrative matters related to the project.|