As part of the Office of Transformation Realization (TRO), the TRO Project Coordinator, under general supervision, coordinates, and assists with the completion of technology projects and business process changes. The Project Coordinator advises and assists with the development of work and communication plans in collaboration with IT and other Tarleton Leaders. The Project Coordinator tracks status and issues and reports timely to the Project Lead and the TRO Director.Â This position is located on-site in Stephenville, Texas with work hours: Mon-Fri; 8 AM-5 PM or as work requirements indicate. Must be able to work remotely at the request of the University.
Work with other members of the TRO and Tarleton Leaders to assess new project requests, determine requirements, and scope, and develop work and communication plans in collaboration with the assigned Project Lead;
Tack financial impacts and risks for each project assigned to support executive reporting;
Work with IT to coordinate the selection, purchase, and implementation of new technology;
Work with Tarleton leaders to coordinate business process changes;
Collaborate with vendors related to the delivery of projects;
Comply with Tarleton TRO processes and procedures for effective project management, change management, and continuous improvement;
Track the status of projects against milestones, budget, and change management processes and report risks and issues to the Project Lead and Director of the TRO.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelorâ™s degree in applicable field or equivalent combination of education or experience.
Three years of related experience in project coordination/administration
Knowledge Skills and Abilities
Strong organizational and communication skills
Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others
Ability to prioritize, manage multiple projects, and meet deadlines
Experience with MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience with virtual meeting platforms like Zoom and MS Teams
Experience with SmartSheet is a plus
Supervision of Others
No Supervision Responsibilities
Commensurate with experience
The target base annual salary is $35,745 and may be negotiable based on funding availability and candidate experience/skillset in relation to the minimum requirements of this position. Tarleton State University offers a career filled with purpose and opportunity in addition to competitive wages. As part of the Tarleton family, the following benefits are also available to full time and qualifying part time employees:
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