21-054 – Project Coordinator

  • Type: Full-time
  • Job #178133
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Position Title: Project Coordinator

Resume Due Date: Friday, July 30, 2021 (5:00PM EST)

Number of Vacancies: 1

Duration: 12 months

Location: Pickering


Job Overview

  • Carry out collaborative activities with experts and development teams that translate into an active pipeline of technology, experiences and projects.
  • Carry out surveys to establish data. As required, assist in the preparation and presentation of information packages and in the provision of advice and assistance regarding various administrative/technical aspects of the programs.
  • Provide effective recommendations with respect to the assessment of ideas, technologies and products that contribute to the innovation strategy.
  • Coordinate Enterprise Innovation pitch competition, summits and external events to promote product concepts, development and disseminate appropriate information.
  • Receive assignments from the Supervisor with general discussion on approach and potential problem areas.
  • Carry out investigations, and identify and assemble all the necessary materials.
  • Carry out analyses of results, including cost/benefit analyses, and make effective recommendations with respect to commitment of finances towards program(s) and/or products(s).
  • Prepare reports on results, analyses and recommendations, and submit to the Supervisor for review. Assist in the preparation of final program proposals.
  • Monitor project and report to Supervisor, at the project level.


  • Requires a knowledge of engineering, sciences, or business administration to demonstrate and apply sound conceptual and analytical thinking skills. 
  • Requires a knowledge of computers and computer applications/software to facilitate business operations.  
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are required to effectively communicate with others.
  • Requires knowledge of physics, engineering, mathematics and chemistry as related to design requirements stress, materials and total system performance for proposed major facilities and components.
  • This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired either through the successful completion of a four year university education in engineering, or by having the equivalent lever of education.