Project Coordinator/Assistant Project Manager

Location: New York, NY

Department: OPM-CI

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

BE a team player. BE innovative. BE ambitious. Be all that and more at Colliers International. Join our team as a Project Coordinator of Assistant Project Manager.

At Colliers International, we help leaders succeed by helping them build amazing workplaces, businesses and communities around the world. We do this by thinking differently, sharing innovative ideas and offering a unique and collaborative workplace where you can succeed.

In this role, you’ll join our Corporate Interiors Team in a position responsible for project management/owner’s representation services in the Corporate Real Estate market in the New York City area, to ensure the success of investors, owners, and occupants.

Who you are

We’re looking for either a project coordinator or an assistant project manager who is organized, has a keen eye for the details and has experience in assisting project managers with complex projects from start to finish – on time and on budget. You’re good at building relationships and executing tasks as assigned.  You are energetic and passionate about your career.

You have knowledge and understanding of the project management process within the Corporate Interiors world and roles of each team member, and knowledge of the various processes practiced by the architects, engineers, and other consultants. 

You have the ability to assist with the process and ensure the clients’ goals and objectives are being addressed and met within the financial and schedule parameters for multiple stakeholders.  Your strengths include supporting, assessing, and organizing projects related to scheduling, logistics, sequencing, cost, quality and progress as well as processing change orders. 

You are skilled at reviewing and evaluating project related materials such as project descriptions, drawings and a roll-up specifications, budgets, schedules, contracts, and proposals for services prepared by others, as well as reviewing construction documents on a regular basis for conformance to project goals, value engineering and constructability.  

You are knowledgeable in software such as the Microsoft Suite to assist with or monitor project related documents such as monthly reports, budgets, schedules, presentations, minutes, insurance tracking logs, etc.

Are you looking to grow within a skilled project management team and make a difference for new clients and businesses? Look no further.

What you bring

  • A Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, construction management
  • At least 3 years of experience in corporate interiors
  • Knowledge of project management models and financial management, as well as building codes, contract law and relevant legislation
  • Knowledge of the interior fit-out process in NYC
  • Bonus skills and experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication, and presentation skills
  • Proficient in MS Project, Word, PowerPoint and MS Excel

What success looks like

  • You’ve assisted on a number of interior fit-out projects through several phases from design through move in.
  • You have a track record of being reliable, efficient, and driven to ensure utmost client satisfaction.
  • Your project team members report positively on your ability to handle change, communicate and coordinate between multiple projects, and deliver tasks in a timely manner.

BE who you are and what you want to be with Colliers Project Management | Northeast. We’d love to meet you. Apply today to join our team.

Colliers International provides equal employment opportunity to all persons. No employee or applicant for employment will be discriminated against because of race, creed, origin, marital status, sexual orientation, age, otherwise qualified disabled or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.


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