The CPR Project Coordinator is a team-level, staff position, under the administrative direction of the Director of CPR. This position requires duties performed in an accountable nature, requiring initiative, follow-through, and discretion. The CPR Project Coordinator should have knowledge of assigned subject area, proficiency in major aspects of assigned projects, coordination of activities with an emphasis on effective development and timely delivery of project work. This position requires basic construction knowledge of exterior home repairs, including carpentry, fencing, etc.
Coordinate assigned projects within the timeline requirements with special attention to project development.
Work well within a team environment in order to develop project plans in all locations of the CPR program.
Perform collaborative planning and decision-making with 6 Stones staff, and volunteers.
Coordinate, develop and oversee any additional assigned projects.
Foster and develop relationships with volunteers and vendors.
Once a home is fully approved, the Project Coordinator will 1) Complete the home scope of work or 2) Schedule a volunteer or paid professional to complete the home scope of work.
Once the scope of work is completed, create a materials list and labor hour estimate for the project.
Identify any materials already in the warehouse or that could be obtained through an in-kind donation. Any remaining materials should be placed on the “Materials to Purchase” form for the project (home).
Coordinate material purchases and timely delivery with the appropriate building supply provider.
Coordinate pre & post work, and professional services needed. Assist in completing projects as needed.
Work with skilled volunteers, city captains and site captains on completion of scopes of work during events.
Obtain homeowner signature that all work has been completed at the end of the project.
Oversee the CPR warehouse.
Assist the Director of CPR / CPR team in other areas as assigned.