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Project Coordinator

Posted: 14th January 2022
Salary: £21000 - £23000 per annum
Location: Yeovil
Reference: job23225

Job Title: Project Co-ordinator
Reports To: Project Coordination Team Leader
Location: Operations
Yeovil, Somerset
Job Purpose:  
Responsible for the co-ordination of areas affecting the delivery of Resolution goods and services, providing a central point of communication and interface with specified clients on a day to day basis.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • In conjunction with the Project Manager (PM), co-ordinate multiple projects in an efficient and effective manner to ensure these are executed to the highest possible standard and relative to the business and clients’ expectations.
  • Manage small projects autonomously in an efficient and effective manner to ensure these are executed to the highest possible standard and relative to the business and clients’ expectations i.e. fixture supply only, ad hoc orders, maintenance etc.
  • In conjunction with the PM, identify customer requirements and communicate these clearly to ensure that all relevant parties are informed. Request quotes based on the agreed scope of works and prepare costing document/quotation to mark up and then send to the client for approval. Maintain consistent and professional relationships with the clients in order to deliver a high level of service in line with the agreed KPI’s through appropriate and timely communications.
  • Be responsible for day to day admin activities such as managing the PM’s calendar, setting up calendar invites, arranging site access, typing up notes, setting up new sites on the system etc to facilitate the smooth running of the project and ensure all client folders are kept up to date
  •      Ensure projects adhere to Health and Safety (H&S) rules, liaising regularly with the H&S dept. to notify them of upcoming sites, obtaining asbestos reports/Pre-Construction Information Packs, requesting site specific Risk Assessment, Method Statements (RAMS) and COSHH sheets from all contractors undertaking works on site ensuring these are approved. Liaise with the relevant approved inspectors and local authorities to manage any building control and planning requirements, ensuring that all projects comply with regulations and sign off is achieved at the end of the project.
  • Request all relevant information from the PM to allow the project to be set up, ordered and co-ordinated on time, to the highest possible standard and in line with the client’s expectations i.e., drawings, project programme, costing document.  Obtain approval for, and place purchase orders with, all key parties ahead of the project starting on site to ensure goods and services are ordered/booked and arrive on site as per programme.
  • Monitor the suppliers to ensure we fulfil the delivery requirements specified by the customer and replenish stock levels for products related to the client. Ensure there is effective coordination between suppliers and distribution (warehouse department) at all times, confirming a complete and advanced brief of activity to the Warehouse Manager
  • Be responsible for collating and sending the H&S pack and site files to the appointed Site Manager ahead of works starting on site to ensure they have all the relevant information relating to the project. Ideally this should be 7 days before the start date and ahead of their briefing with the PM. In conjunction with the PM, regularly liaise with the Site/Contracts Managers and contractors to ensure the smooth running of the programme and maintain safe working conditions on site.
  • Manage and maintain an accurate record of all relevant business and project expenditure throughout the project endeavouring to provide cost savings for the client whilst maximising profit margins. Assist with the compilation of final accounts and chase in client purchase orders to ensure all invoices are raised and paid on time.
  • After each project and in conjunction with the PM, monitor client satisfaction levels to identify successes/lessons learned for future projects and ensure prompt appropriate action is taken to provide an effective response to any issues i.e. snagging
  • Set up new projects on SAGE ensuring project information is kept up to date. Use SAGE to raise pick lists and PO’s to ensure all necessary labour and materials are on site as per programme of works, and invoice the client in line with payment terms.
  • Collate data to compile the H&S handover files/Operational & Maintenance manuals, ensuring they are forwarded to the client/client’s representative within the agreed timeframe

To succeed in this role, you will need to demonstrate:
 Essentials Desirables
Qualifications Valid UK Driving Licence Degree or equivalent
CSCS Card Holder
Manual Handling Training
Asbestos Awareness Training
CDM Awareness Training