IT Project Coordinator
Salary- Up to $45,000 depending on experience
The IT Project Coordinator will assist IT in organizing on-going initiatives. This will involve monitoring strategic initiatives, schedules, create and track tasks, organizing and participating in meetings and ensuring deadlines are met in a timely manner.
- Ensuring tasks and initiatives are moving forward and the individual status is known and can be communicated swiftly and concisely to team members.
- Coordinate the efforts of team members and, where appropriate, third parties in order to deliver business initiatives according to requirements.
- Work with Enterprise Analysts and Product Owners to eliminate blockers.
- Developing and delivering progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation and presentations as required by team members.
- Undertaking tasks as required.
- Closely liaison with cross functional team members and management on an on-going basis.
- Assist the IT Management team with process improvement and other duties not specifically related to specific initiatives.
- Providing administrative support as needed.
Job Qualifications and Skills:
- Ability to coordinate efforts of team members who are not direct reports
- Superior communications and professional speaking skills
- Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team
- Advanced Excel, Outlook, and Office skills
- Ability to adapt quickly to changing requirements and tasks
Why choose Addison IT?
- Pay : We negotiate high salaries using US Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Benefits & Bonuses : You are eligible for medical, dental, vision insurance benefits, 401K, and monetary bonuses
- Permanent Employment : Many of Addison's Finance & Accounting job openings lead to potential permanent employment
- Connections : You connect directly with hiring managers from renowned organizations
- Options : You are presented multiple employment options near your home
- Professional Development : You are provided hiring process advice, resume revision, and employment term negotiation