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Field Project Coordinator



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Cambridge, UK
Posted on Friday, February 2, 2024

What you will do

Support the department project managers with the delivery of multi-discipline and integrated security projects to their conclusion. Main duties include the procurement of materials, arranging deliveries to site, placing orders on subcontractors, receipting the goods and services provided. Assist with processing invoices and payment disputes. In addition, there is a requirement to manage some small work projects, mostly supply only jobs, including full cost control and production of monthly cost forecasts.

How you will do it

  • Maintaining a close working relationship with the Operations Manager to review and improve the department’s current aims and objectives.

  • Record, monitor and advise the Operations Manager of any procurement or payment issues.

  • Plan work in hand to maximise efficiency.

  • Forecasting of costs, revenues and margins

  • Negotiating best value pricing from subcontractors and suppliers.

  • Assist the Sales and Presales teams with bid preparation where needed.

  • Management of small works projects, on time, within budget and in a professional manner. Where applicable these duties include:

  • Planning and scheduling of manpower and equipment requirements for programmed projects.

  • Provide regular project progress reports to the Operations Manager.

  • Monitor Health & Safety of allocated staff and Sub-Contractors, ensuring compliance with all legislation.

  • Monitoring and controlling allocated budgets and preparation of reports and programmes as required by the Operations Manager.

  • To behave in a manner consistent with Tyco culture and actively promote this culture within the team through inclusivity, diversity and empowerment.

What we look for

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic

  • Articulate, Literate and Numerate

  • Functional and Technical Skills

  • Business Acumen – identifying opportunities to improve financial performance

  • Time Management

  • Planning and organisation

  • Ability to learn quickly on the fly

  • Appropriate experience in a customer facing environment.

  • Ability to work as a team and on their own initiative.

  • Experience of working in a similar role within the security industry would be advantageous.

  • Basic knowledge of Health & Safety would be advantageous.

If you are successful we can offer you a company culture that promotes work life balance, a dedication to continued learning and development, access to mental health support, a fantastic benefits package which includes a competitive salary, pension, life assurance, employee assistance program, employee referral scheme, discount on Johnson Controls security products including ADT Smart Home plus voluntary schemes for childcare vouchers, cycle to work, eye care vouchers and holiday purchase.

This job is no longer accepting applications

See open jobs at FogHorn.