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The Solar Project Coordinator (SPC) reports to our Senior Project Managers (SPMs) and is part of our Operations Team. Together with our SPMs, Engineers, and Site Superintendents, the SPC helps drive the success of the Operations Team and continually improve our project-completions-per-month metrics. The primary responsibility of this position is to support the Senior Project Managers in the management of construction of commercial solar systems.

Success in this position requires you be highly-organized, skilled at managing multiple competing priorities, articulate, resourceful, and most importantly – thrive in a dynamic environment. Excelling as Project Coordinator opens the door to further opportunities as a Project Manager.

Duties & Responsibilities

Own the AHJ submittal and approval process including the selection and contracting of engineering professionals, coordinating deliverables and comment responses to achieve deadlines per project schedule. Maintain the project schedule for tasks related to the AHJ approval process, alerting the Sr PMs of risks to project timelines.

Own the Utility submittal and approval process including coordinating deliverables and comment responses to achieve deadlines per project schedule. Maintain regular communication with Utilities to ensure timely interconnection processing. Maintain the project schedule for tasks related to the Utility approval process, alerting the Sr PMs of risks to project timelines.

Deliver bid packages to Subcontractors; assist with RFP process including soliciting, compiling, analyzing, and reporting on bids to Sr PMs.

Own the collection, recording, and maintenance of Subcontractor compliance documentation including insurance, NDA’s, Environmental Health & Safety Survey, Certified Payroll Reports, Change Order documentation and submittals.

Own the project close out procedures and deliverables.

Prepare and record purchase orders, rental agreements, subcontracts and change orders at the direction of Sr PM.

Other responsibilities, as assigned.

Qualifications

1 year of experience in administrative support as a member of a solar construction team

Bachelor’s degree

Valid State driver’s license, clean DMV driving record, and ability to pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen

Desired Skills

Resourceful – “Don’t worry, I’ll figure it out” attitude

Enjoys having many balls in the air at once and thrives on managing multiple competing priorities

Aggressive about deadlines – you’d rather eat your own arm than miss a deadline

Ability to work well in teams

Biased towards action

At ease in a dynamic environment – our team’s practices adapt daily, our tools improve weekly, our industry changes monthly, and our company grows annually. We’re on the move and it takes a thrill seeker to keep up!

Desire to grow a career in the construction business generally and the renewable energy business specifically;

Excited by new work ideas.

Construction-based project management experience (preferred).

Electrical background (a bonus).

Benefits

Engaging and open management that welcomes great people with fresh ideas

Competitive compensation with frequent opportunities for growth

Comprehensive benefits, including medical, vision, dental and life insurance (Employee premiums 100% covered)

12 paid holidays and attractive Paid Time Off Program

An energetic work atmosphere with an incredible team!

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