Project Coordinator Courses

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What does a Project Coordinator do?

Project Coordinators are a critical member of the project team, keeping everyone focused on their targets, deadlines, and budget constraints. They are often the central contact point for different work groups and contractors (eg, builders, sub-contractors, telecommunications engineers).

As a Project Coordinator you could be creating (and issuing) a schedule for a work team, tracking project expenses in a spreadsheet, ordering basic supplies, resolving a scheduling conflict between contractors, or reporting progress to the project manager.

Project Coordinator Courses

There are 14 courses available for people who want to become a Project Coordinator.

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How much do Project Coordinators earn?

In Australia, a full time Project Coordinator generally earns $960 per week ($49,929 annual salary) before tax. This is a median figure for full-time employees and should be considered a guide only. As you gain more experience can you expect a higher salary than people who are new to the role.

What are the job opportunities for Project Coordinators?

There are no clear figures on Project Coordinators working in Australia at this time. Project Coordinators work in all industries and employment sectors, but many work in building, civil construction, government, and IT.

How do I become a Project Coordinator?

Project Coordinators often have technical or trade qualifications according to their industry (eg, IT, civil construction, local government) as well as formal qualifications in Project Management. We recommend the Certificate IV in Project Management Practice or the Diploma of Project Management. These courses take 12-18 months to complete.

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Related Job Pathways

Here are some potential career pathways within Project Management.

Sourced from The Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (aapathways.com.au) funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and MySkills.gov.au