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Project Coordinator I

Company Name:
Genpact, Jawood Healthcare Solutions
JAWOOD is seeking a Project Coordinator I
ADDITIONAL REQUIRED SKILLS:
Healthcare Experience.
Project intake and project reporting experience.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Works with internal and/or external parties to organize components of a major project.
Duties include coordination of schedules and activities, tracking progress, and reporting results. This position requires excellent communication skills and knowledge of project management software.
Will support all dimensions of project administrative activities and ensure project success for multiple projects under a program as well as the overall program. This will include: Establishing and maintaining project performance metrics and measures; Coordinating the documentation of the project management process; Maintaining the project library housed in SharePoint; Perform budget tracking as needed;
Coordinate and track project communications; Maintain the resource allocation of project schedule while working with a project scheduler; Document and track status meeting minutes and activities; Document and track lessons learned; Document and track issues, risks and dependencies; Support executive level reporting.
Assist with business and technical requirements by helping to develop requirements traceability matrices and conference room pilots.
Facilitate and refine critical processes related to project and program management as well as the software development life cycle (SDLC).
REQUIREMENTS:
1-3 years of project management experience.
Demonstrated understanding of WBS, critical path, dependencies and milestones.
Experience in scheduling using Microsoft Project (required) and/or Clarity.
Microsoft Office, Visio.
Experience with tracking project budgets, forecasting and accruals.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
Proactive involvement in the management of projects.
Demonstrated understanding of Project Management principles and practices.
Excellent understanding of general business practices and process design.
Ref#: 1000030721
Date published: 30-Apr-2014

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