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Project Coordinator
TriMark USAWinston-Salem, NC
FULL TIME | HYBRID | BENEFITS INCLUDED(Medical, Dental, Vision, Pet & Legal Insurance)The Project Coordinator reports to the Operations Manager, and is located in Winston-Salem, NC.Position SummaryThe Project Coordinator is responsible to take a signed contract, enter it into the system, order the equipment in the system and get it to the project on time and managing multiple projects while maintaining customer relationships throughout the process.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USAChicago, IL
FULL TIME | HYBRID | BENEFITS INCLUDED (Medical, Dental, Vision, Pet & Legal Insurance) The Project Coordinator reports to the Operations Manager, and is located in Bedford Park, IL. Initiating orders with the purchasing agent or directly with the manufacturer in accordance with the project specifications.
Full-time
jobsearcher.com/articlesProject Coordinator Certification
Must be in active pursuit of Project Management Professional (PMP) certification or have the equivalent level of education and experience for the job level.
To be a successful candidate, you will need to have proven experience in it project management and the ability to lead project teams of various sizes.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USALewisville, TX
Managing projects through all phases of job including initial job set-up, stage invoicing, purchasing, customer communication of timelines, and shipment of product, final project reconciliation and billing.
$30,000 - $50,000
Project Coordinator
Trimark USAOmaha, NE
FULL TIME | HYBRID | BENEFITS INCLUDED (Medical, Dental, Vision, Pet & Legal Insurance) The Project Coordinator reports to the Operations Manager, and is located in Omaha, NE. Work with Project Manager, Estimator and Sales to verify accuracy of contract to most current quote and plans available.
$17 - $22 an hourRemote
Project Coordinator
TriMark USAOlathe, KS
The Project Coordinator reports to the Operations Manager, and is located in Lenexa, KS. Assist sales in managing the risks associated with project contracts to minimize ISI Commercial Refrigeration's exposure to financial loss and liability.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USAAurora, IL
The Project Coordinator reports to the Operations Manager, and is located in Bedford Park, IL. The Project Coordinator is responsible to take a signed contract, enter it into the system, order the equipment in the system and get it to the project on time and managing multiple projects while maintaining customer relationships throughout the process.
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Project Coordinator
TriMark USAWaukegan, IL
Assisting other Project Coordinators when they have schedule conflicts. Notifying sales, project manager and/or the customer immediately of delays caused by others. Works as an effective and proactive team player; understands the importance of supporting our customers, project managers and sales team.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USARockford, IL
Be able to supply answers to specific questions on each project in your area of responsibility. Processing change orders as the project proceeds, and mitigating costs by recognizing possible substitutions.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USASpringfield, IL
Organizing and maintaining a project filing system. Participate in a weekly meeting to update the team of project status. TriMark USA is one of the country s largest providers of foodservice equipment and supplies.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USAPeoria, IL
Review all contracts and ensure all required documents and instructions are in compliance to prevent payment delays at the end of the project. Identifying and communicating the schedule for all phases of the project making sure the customer's expectations and productions schedules are synchronized.
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7 Importances of Organizational Culture and How to Build It

The world of work has drastically changed in the past few years. Where a good salary and a nice office might have been enough to attract talent in the past, employees today expect flexibility, growth opportunities, and a healthy work environment. In fact, 77% of applicants say they’d consider a company’s culture before applying for a job. 

Project Coordinator
TriMark USAElgin, IL
We are committed to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion through sharing, education, and experiences. TriMark s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is a purposeful mission of strengthening our organization and those we serve by uniting the unique differences of our employees.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USANaperville, IL
Import of order information from existing quotation and customer contract into the database/ERP system. Familiarity with Navision (Microsoft-based program) Verify all purchase order are received and accepted by the supplier and any approvals paperwork is returned.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USAJoliet, IL
We are greater together through unity in diversity. As a company, we strive to lead with our values and to support the success and sustainability of our customers so they can focus on their culinary pursuits.
Project Coordinator
TriMark USAIrvine, CA
FULL TIME | HYBRID | BENEFITS INCLUDED (Medical, Dental, Vision, Pet & Legal Insurance)The Project Coordinator reports to the Operations Manager, and is located in Irvine, CA. POSITION SUMMARY:The Project Coordinator is responsible to take a signed contract, enter it into the system, order the equipment in the system and get it to the project on time and managing multiple projects while maintaining customer relationships throughout the process.
$30,000 - $50,000 Full-time
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Collaborative Recruiting: The Key to a Better Talent Acquisition Strategy

Talent acquisition is a multi-stage process where candidates undergo various application steps before getting hired. The unfortunate reality is that it is a labor-intense system, with the hiring manager and recruiter often handling all of the work on their own. Ask any one of them, and you will hear about the overabundance of applications and the demanding task of filtering through them to find the best candidates. The quality of talent suffers under the weight of all that work on one person's hands. It's not easy, but as many companies are starting to realize, there is a better way. The future of talent acquisition lies in collaborative recruiting!

Project Coordinator
TriMark USAWinston-Salem, NC
This position serves as a liaison between various departments within the organization, customers and suppliers. We proudly serve our customers by providing design services, commercial equipment and foodservice supplies across a wide range of industries and business sectors.

Title: project coordinator Company: trimark usa

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