Project Coordinator
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Company: Acuren Inspection, Inc
State: OR Oregon
Country: United States
Project Coordinator


We currently are in search of a Project Coordinator for our Milwaukie (Portland), OR facility. This position has a key role within the Project Management function in the North West Region. This position is specifically responsible for supporting the Project Management Team and will be reporting to the division manager.

Internal job code #1776

Who We Are:

Acuren Inspection, a nondestructive testing (NDT), inspection and materials engineering firm focused on supporting mechanical integrity and inspection programs for clients in the Petrochemical, Refinery, Pipeline, Pulp & Paper, Power Generation, Pharmaceutical, Aerospace, and Automotive industries.

With more than 3,000 skilled employees and a network of 80+ local offices across North America, we have the resources that support NDT inspection needs, whether it’s managing large-scope turnaround projects, balance of plant programs, or time-sensitive callout jobs. Today, Acuren is a growing organization of dedicated people committed to providing our customers with a higher standard of reliability.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

• This position requires 15% to 25% travel primarily in the spring and fall.

• Takes guidance and daily direction from the Project Management Team for duties as assigned.

• Maintain ongoing visibility to the project(s) planning process, recommending and making adjustments as needed for improved efficiency.

• Coordinate necessary aspects of project(s) staffing, communications and logistics including mobilization\demobilization of required personnel and equipment.

• Provide on-site project support including time keeping and budget control; project duration is typically one to four weeks.

• Work with accounts receivable to support timely project invoicing.


• Expert in Microsoft Office products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook.

• Experience in financial budgeting and reporting is preferred.

• Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals, works proactively.

• Strong analytical and problem solving skills.

• Excellent communication and documentation skills.

• Must be able to multi-task, manage time constraints and make deadlines.

• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.

• Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team.

Total Rewards:

• Starting hourly salary will be based on experience and additional skills.

• We offer work a fast-paced, growing company with potential for career advancement, personal development and growth. Along with challenging learning opportunities, you will find competitive compensation, a comprehensive health and welfare plan (medical, dental, STD, LTD, and life insurance), paid vacation and a 401K retirement plan. We believe in "A Higher Level of Reliability" in everything we do. For our employees, this means providing a safe and respectful workplace and a steady job with opportunities to learn and grow.

All job offers are contingent on completing a thorough background screening and drug test.