How to become a Project Coordinator

Experienced (non manager)

Considering a career as a Project Coordinator?

As a project coordinator in the charity sector, you’ll be responsible for tracking the lifecycle of any project from brainstorm to completion. It’s an exciting and varied job which could involve anything from working with volunteers to arranging events and providing services to the disadvantaged. Working closely with the project manager, you’ll make sure everyone on the team is on track to complete their tasks on time and on budget. This is the perfect career route if you’re someone who enjoys a fast-paced, challenging work environment.

Where can a career as a Project Coordinator take you?

Project Assistant £20000 1-2 years
Project Coordinator £25,000 2-3 years
Project Manager £38,000 4-5 years

Are you the perfect candidate?

Skills and traits

  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Exemplary time management skills
  • Ability to communicate with a range of internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to undertake a varied workload
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills
  • Thrives under pressure

Qualifications and experience

  • At least a GCSE level education
  • Industry-specific qualifications may be required (i.e. youth, support, community)
  • Demonstrable knowledge of project management
  • Experience working on and delivering multiple projects
  • Knowledge of project management tools such as Proofhub, Basecamp, Jira and Asana

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