PROJECT COORDINATOR, Facilities-Operations, to assist project managers with coordinating procedures, budgets, and all aspects of executing and closing out construction projects. Will collaborate with renewal planner/project manager to coordinate maintenance and/or construction projects; meet with contractors, engineers, and designers to convey project details and requirements; assist with contractor mobilization and access with an eye for quality and safety; prepare periodic tracking reports related to project scheduling, review, inspection, documentation, and commissioning; ensure quality installations; create RFPs and execute all procurement requirements in hiring contractors; implement QA/QC procedures; establish and maintain client and subcontractor relationships; and provide superior customer service while coordinating numerous concurrent projects.
REQUIRED: a high school diploma (associate's or B.S. degree desirable); a minimum of three years' related experience; direct/related experience in repair and maintenance and/or facilities management; experience working in teams; excellent customer service, project management, and written and oral communication skills; strong background in one of the major mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, or structural trades; and working knowledge of MS Office. Experience developing and maintaining positive relationships with clients and external vendors is essential. Must be adaptable to work in a changing environment with competing demands, projects, and priorities. Job #15290-N
The position involves traversing MIT's 168 acre campus including campus field, city, and new construction sites; regularly entering and navigating all building and mechanical system spaces; and routinely accessing and conducting work in both small/confined and high spaces including roofs.
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