Project Coordinator

  (#9514) - Midwest
Industry: Precast & Prestressed Concrete

PCI Certified plant seeking an organized Project Coordinator to support Engineering Team



  • Junior College Associates Degree, Technical College Degree plus 10 years of equivalent work- and industry- related experience; or
  • Bachelors in Architectural, Civil, Industrial, or Structural Engineering, or Bachelors in Architecture plus 8 years equivalent work- or industry-related experience


  • Advanced communication skills, including verbal and written
  • Maintain a basic understanding of current codes
  • Able to:
    • work from verbal and written technical direction from senior staff at a proficient level
    • work effectively within a team environment with a group of diverse professionals
    • organize and manage own time effectively
    • organize, plan, perform and manage multiple projects and manage staff effectively with minimal guidance by senior staff
    • continuously strives to advance skills with effort inside and outside office
    • back check own work and strives for quality
    • back check work of other successfully, meeting established quality goals
  • Proficient understanding of :
    • precast prestressed concrete component and connection behavior
    • precast concrete construction including manufacturing, stripping, handling, finishing, shipping, and erection
    • commercially-available office software (Word, Excel, Adobe/Bluebeam, etc.)
    • CAD and BIM software including AutoCAD, Revit and Tekla or equivalent
    • engineering software TEDDS and LEC Wall or equivalent
  • Able to work long periods of the day at a computer
  • Able to visit job site and function in rough outdoor environment (cold, heat, humidity and inclement weather)
  • Able to function for extended periods in a manufacturing plant exposed to cold, heat, humidity, and dust
  • Possess an advanced understanding of precast plant issues including casting and bed rules
  • Possess an advanced understanding of precast erection issues and temporary bracing requirements



  • Interface with internal and external clients
  • Define component engineering tasks required with limited direction of engineering staff
  • Define documentation tasks for projects and their components with minimal direction of engineering staff
  • Prepare ALL work in accordance with approved office processes, formats and standards
  • Work on multiple tasks and projects, under limited direction of engineering staff, performing, as appropriate, engineering analyses and calculations
  • Work on multiple tasks and projects, under minimal direction of engineering staff, planning, coordinating and preparing required documents in CAD or BIM format
  • Work on prospects for sales, developing presentations using Revit, Tekla or other 3D modeling platforms
  • Perform tasks accurately and on time with minimal guidance, and proactively seek advice on tasks as needed
  • Meet task and project deadlines and adhere to budgeted hours; monitor project team budgets hours
  • Volunteers to work hours need to meet deadlines
  • Volunteers to work additional hours to assist other (not assigned work) to meet deadlines
  • When asked, works hours needed to meet deadlines
  • When asked, works additional hours to assist others (not assigned work) to meet deadlines
  • Manage other staff members, as required, when assigned as a Task or Project Leader
  • Participate in external/in-house seminars and training activities/sessions
  • Participate in to streamline processes and minimize inefficiencies and errors
  • Participate in the development of in-house processes, checklists and standards
  • Coach and mentor junior staff, as appropriate and as required
  • Perform other duties as assigned
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