I am a motivated and highly-energized project coordinator and have been working in this field for the past 4 years. I am good at organizing things and working on a timeline. My formal training in project coordination is from IBM Institute of Arts and management.
Project Coordinator Skills and Qualifications:
☛ Performance Management
☛ Project Management
☛ Foster Teamwork
☛ Quality Management
☛ Tracking Budget Expenses
☛ Results Driven
☛ Time Management
During the first year of my career, I was assigned a conference coordination involving 50 local delegates. Just a week before the big day, number of delegates was doubled and international speakers and facilitators were included in the guest list. The budget was raised but due to pressing time it was very challenging to arrange travel and stay including visa clearances of international partners. However I managed it and the conference went exactly the way client wanted.
Project Coordinator Job Duties:
☛ Accomplishes work requirements by orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, and coaching employees.
☛ Meets work standards by following production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving operational problems; identifying work process improvements.
☛ Meets cost standards by monitoring expenses; implementing cost-saving actions.
☛ Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications.
☛ Enhances department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
No, my past boss and I got along very well. We were always on the same page with where the business was going. We shared a lot about our personal lives and formed a strong bond.
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Shifting priorities is usually the main reason for any type of disagreement. I may be working on a project that has a tight deadline and my supervisor may pull me from that project to work on something else. It can be frustrating to stop working on a project after I have built up a great deal of momentum only and to switch gears on the fly and start on something completely different.