OSP Project Coordinator
Responsible for the project execution of Outside-Plant (OSP) fiber engineering projects.
- Responsible for a team of Engineers/Drafters
- Being a single point of contact to clients for assigned projects
- Creating and maintaining an engineering/drafting project schedule
- Ensuring on-time and on-budget project deliverables
- Maintaining a balance of resource allocations within their group, including the Project Coordinator’s own technical capability
- Ensuring proper technical training of engineers and drafters
- Participating/Leading Peer Team meetings
- Implementing new technical, project, and schedule processes
- Leading monthly team meetings and monthly 1:1 with team members
- Responsible for approving PTO, overtime, and other timekeeping measures
- Proficient in current OSP Engineering design practices
- Proficient in GIS, CAD, and project scheduling software packages
- Excellent client communication and problem resolution skills
- Excellent organizational and project planning/tracking skills
- Attention to detail to ensure high quality deliverables
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering technology, science, or any other degree, specialized training, or experience, that makes the individual uniquely qualified to perform the job responsibilities (preferred)
- In lieu of Degree – 5 years related work experience or previous related people management experience.
- Project Management Professional (PMP) certification (preferred)
- Professional Engineer (PE) license (preferred)
- Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
- Vision to allow prolonged periods of computer work
- Vision to allow differences in colors, shades and brightness
- Light to moderate lifting is required
- Must be able to tolerate moderate noise (business office with computers, phones, printers, and light traffic)
- Must be able to traverse all necessary terrain at a job site
- Must be able to ride in a vehicle up to four hours to travel to and from job sites.
- Must be able to work in different temperatures and changing weather conditions.
- Must be able to traverse and inspect all areas of jobsite in all types of weather; this may include walking, climbing, reaching, bending, crawling, or stretching.
- Exposure to characteristic construction site dangers.