iWarehouse Project Coordinator

Location: Charlotte, NC

Department: Carolina Handling

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Carolina Handling is the market leader throughout the Southeast for developing and implementing Material Handling solutions. Since 1966 we have based our successful performance on finding and developing the best Associates in the industry. If you're looking for a challenging, rewarding career where you can make a difference, then Carolina Handling is the place for you! At Carolina Handling, professional growth is fundamental to our corporate culture. Our motto is "Exceeding Customer Expectations". This not only applies to our external customers, but to our internal customers -- our Associates. We continually strive to exceed their expectations through career development, continuing education, advancement opportunities, job stability, great benefits and a culture unlike any other.

JOB SUMMARY

This position will work to promote Carolina Handling internally and externally working closely with Sales and Operations functions.  The iWarehouse Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating activities and resources in support of technical projects that may impact multiple departments, systems, or work-flows. May coordinate straightforward projects independently, or (seek assistance from) Department Managers with components of large scale projects. Assist Department Managers and/or other technical staff, with day-to-day project administration. This position will also be responsible for the investigation and selection of new suppliers as required supporting the continued growth of the product line.

 

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist in project plan and specification analysis to provide clear, documentable and coordinated project steps.
  • Support Site Surveys administratively prior to all projects, complete and review all related paperwork to the project, including but not limited to, selection of vendor for supply of hardware and parts, reviewing sales orders for accuracy of Bill of Materials (i.e., monitors, parts, etc.), partnering with Fleet Assurance for system issue resolution, and initiating and finalizing S207 and warranty requirements with Quality Assurance.
  • Document and track status of all projects including additions, changes and completion, and (quarterback communications between all parties.) ensure all parties are communicating. 
  • Maintain Master Schedule of all installations and requirements.
  • Serve as meeting coordinator for all iWarehouse and related projects to include planning, coordinating, participating, documenting and chairing meetings.
  • Liaise with other departments and external sources as needed to address project issues, coordinate implementation schedules, work orders and ensure appropriate personnel, and review billing rates (and assure payment). 
  • Coordinate with Raymond, other vendor personnel during initial site-related activity, and assume as the lead role for final project management schedule and implementation of system(s)
  • Understand and perform document control functions in accordance with on-site policies and procedures.
  • Research and recommend solutions to project administration issues, including conflicts, interferences and errors/omissions.
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OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Proficient with basic pricing and bill of materials preparation for quoting purposes. 
  • Maintain database of latest installation procedures and options, including pictures of various mounting locations/ brackets etc. by model.
  • Network with other dealer resources; establish a support group.
  • Attend workshops, trade shows, and seminars to keep up-to-date on changes in the system.
  • All other duties as required or assigned. 

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Adopt a team approach - work with others in pursuing common goals.
  • Ability to accurately and effectively manage large volumes of information.
  • Adept with assimilating and disseminating information in a professional manner.
  • Ability to work independently (with minimal supervision) and in a team environment.
  • Demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Demonstrate resourcefulness and judgment to resolve routine problems relating to assigned projects.
  • Good organizational skills, and high-level of self-structure producing accurate work with a strong attention to detail
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • College degree or equivalent experience preferred; three to five years of experience working in a professional office environment
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office products including MS Project, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Visio or other related flow diagram software preferred.

Carolina Handling, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. No information on the application is intended to obtain information to be used for such discrimination.

***To learn more about our company, you may visit our web site at www.carolinahandling.com Please only send your resume to one location.

Please note that due to the extremely high volume of responses, we will only respond to those candidates whose backgrounds and experience most closely match our needs.

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