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The Federal and State Programs (FSP) division is experiencing rapid growth and requires the addition of a highly competent and professional Project Coordinator to support the Division Director’s strategic business growth goals and objectives. This position is on a Part-Time or 1099 basis, and reports to the Project Manager. The position will be based out of the IBTS, Central, LA office. The position is hourly and typical work weeks are 60 hours, consisting of up to 10 hours per day. Sometimes, 7-days-per-week schedule is required.
The Project Coordinator will support the FSP Division goals by ensuring quality work and contract deliverables through project management best practices and other related work activities, such as:
Required skills, knowledge, and demonstrated success: