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    Project Coordinator – Telecoms.

    Job Type:

    Full time



    Job Description:

    Ferns Group are a family run business with over 25 years’ experience as an established Utilities and Reinstatement company, specialising in Telecoms Civils, and tailored reinstatement services.

    Our Mission is “to be the preferred choice in our field by adding value to our business partners without compromise to quality, safety or the environment.”​

    We are looking for an experienced Project Coordinator to join our busy team based in Sussex. The ideal candidate will have experience working in the Telecoms Sector. Coordination experience on Fibre Build will be an advantage.

    Job Purpose

    The Project Coordinator will be responsible for providing comprehensive project coordination for our teams, working with our prestigious Tier 1 client BT Openreach.

    Key Responsibilities

    • Report to the Contract Manager
    • Updating our works management system, Deponet to ensure compliance and works completion,
    • Carrying out job validation, Jeopardy Management and KCI messaging.
    • Facilitating effective communication among team member, ensuring that all project stakeholders are informed and aligned.
    • Tracking project timelines
    • Managing resource allocation,
    • To resolve any issues using your experience and knowledge, requesting support from the Contract Manager when required.

    Knowledge & Experience

    • Proven experience in project co-ordination, ideally within Telecoms Fibre Build projects
    • IT literate and proficient in Microsoft Office package
    • Planning and programming experience
    • Excellent Communication skills, verbal and written

    Competitive salary in the range of £30-34,000 per annum depending on experience

    Ferns Group are dedicated to diversity in the workplace and committed to treating all our employees and job applicants equally. We embrace equal opportunities, including working with the prison service, and are opposed to discrimination on any grounds.

    All applicants must have rights to work in the UK and be willing to undertake the relevant pre-employment screening checks should your application be successful.