Starlight Careers

Project Coordinator, Capital Expenditures, Canadian Multi-Family


Reporting to the Executive Director – Capital Improvement and Development, the Project Coordinator is responsible for overseeing and managing residential development projects including timelines, schedule, notifications, approval processes, contracts, etc.

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Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work closely with Project Managers, coordinating schedules, communicating project progress, assisting with documents and processes
  • Participate in tender and contract preparation - coordinate tender receipt and opening
  • Implement and maintain Project Management procedures and processes: forms, approvals, submissions 
  • Assist to ensure construction timelines are up to date and in accordance with project notifications
  • Communicate with vendors on an ongoing basis: site related coordination, invoices, POs, payments, permit application
  • Ensure issue of close out checklist and submission of close out documents
  • Communicate with property management companies on daily basis
  • Ensure execution of proper documentation and process for every project
  • Receive invoices, cert pays and prepare them for approval and payment processing
  • Monitor and issue tenant notifications to Property Managers. Issue purchase orders
  • Maintain regular status reports by updating the project database
  • Develop and deliver service standards to suppliers, contractors and consultants
  • Contact new vendors, collect vendor information for the system set up
  • Monitor construction timelines and provide timely updates to properties
  • Implement processes and forms to establish smooth reporting by Project Managers
  • Assist team members with any training and use of implemented processes and programs
  • Organize and plan meetings, prepare agendas and meeting minutes
  • Maintain departmental filing system
  • Other duties within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job, as requested by management 


  • Post Secondary Education either University Degree (i.e. Engineering degree) or College Diploma (Construction Management Program)
  • A minimum of two to four (2-4) years of relevant work experience in project management
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access), Outlook, MS Project
  • Communication skills (listening, verbal and written)
  • Negotiations
  • Problem solving
  • Time management
  • Attention to detail
  • Team player and works independently 


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