PROGRAM/PROJECT SUPPRT COOR SR #00076701
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 35987
Hiring Department Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies Application DeadlinePosted until filled Full Time/Part TimeFull Time, Benefit Eligible Salary$47,476 - $56,733 annuallyJob Description
The Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies has need for a Program/Project Support Coordinator Senior. The Program/Project Support Coordinator Senior will manage center projects, including research projects and significant operational projects, with key responsibilities as follows:
- Work with the Director and center faculty to prepare project plans for research and operational projects.
- Support the Director and faculty in the execution of those projects by monitoring progress and expenses and communicating regular updates of project status with all relevant entities.
- At closeout, the Program/Project Support Coordinator Senior will coordinate with all relevant entities to ensure all deliverables have been realized.
- Working with the Director, the Program/Project Support Coordinator Senior will schedule and coordinate staff and equipment priority in alignment with the overall project needs and priorities.
- Maintain center Quality Management Systems for research projects, and create new QMS as needed.
- Manage information protection and data management, including proprietary information and export requirements, for center projects in accordance with QMS.
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