Project Co-Ordinator

Lynch Windows

Closing Date: 27/08/2021
Full Time

Experience Project Co-ordinator required:
Ideal Candidates must have the following essential attributes:
• Ensuring supervision of projects to successful completion and handover
• Preparation of site files for all projects. Reporting progress to Managing Director and clients. Maintain site folder including on-site quality plan, Health & Safety documentation.
• Daily liaising with site Foremen, site teams, on-site co-ordination and site progress.
• Conduct regular quality audits to ensure that work is progressing per the specifications and initiate corrective actions.
• Overseeing the accounting, costing and billing to ensure the project is on budget
• Be able to problem solve and be responsible for a quality finish
• Highly motivated with strong communication skills
• Have the ability to work on their own initiative and as part of a team
• Communicate effectively with the Main Contractor in writing and in meetings, to manage the relationship between the client and the customer.
• Procurement of all site resources and materials
• Ensure that production off site is on time and in line with project start date
• Communicate with Design, Estimating and Commercial teams to ensure project viability and potential variations to project are managed smoothly
• Ability to travel when required; Based in Donegal and available to work Nationwide
• Full clean driver’s licence
Desirable attributes:
• A third level qualification in Civil/Electrical/Mechanical/Industrial Engineering, Construction Management, Quantity Surveying, related field or equivalent practical experience.

If you’d like to apply for this role please forward a copy of your CV and any relevant experience to: or drop into our showroom in Umricam, Buncrana, Co. Donegal

Inishowen Development Partnership is a community led local development company that has successfully delivered rural development and social inclusion programmes and initiatives in Donegal since 1996 on behalf of the European Union and the Irish Government through the National Development Plan.