Job ID: WA-K1160 (99991016)
Project Coordinator with statistics, documentation and government experience
Location: Olympia, WA (WSLCB)
Duration: 2-14 months
Interview: In-Person only
• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Criminal Justice or related field and two years of experience conducting research, analyzing and reporting data.
• A combination of education and comparable experience may substitute for educational degree.
• Three to five years of experience supporting large, complex, IT related projects.
• Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions.
• Ability to define problems, collects data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
• Ability to handle and maintain the integrity and confidentiality of highly sensitive material and information.
• Ability to interpret a variety of instructions and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
• Ability to review reports, data and trends to gather important identifiers such as methods and motives that can lead to better deployment of resources.
• Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical reference.
• Techniques required to produce technical reports in an appropriate format, link charts, association matrices, intelligence bulletins, other specialized reports and graphic presentations.
• Ability to independently and proactively scope, assign and track work to completion.
• Ability to independently engage a range of resources from executive management to frontline personnel.
• General knowledge of project management principles.
• General knowledge of software development lifecycle.
• Willingness and ability to remain current on job procedures through various sources, training courses, and organizational meeting to keep abreast of current changes and events.
• Ability to independently comprehend and follow general direction that guides position’s complex assignments.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite software usage, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and use of relational database.
Background and Purpose
The WSLCB Project Coordinator reports directly to the agency’s Project Manager, responsible for the Marijuana Traceability and System Modernization Projects (SMP) at WSLCB. The project manager reports to the WSLCB Deputy Director within the Director’s Office.
This project position supports the successful completion of high-risk, high-visibility projects by maintaining and monitoring plans, project schedules, project budgets, and project resourcing. The Project Coordinator independently uses senior-level analytical skills to track and analyze project performance indicators, drafts reports and provide recommendations to project team and executive agency management. In addition, this position performs a variety of analytical tasks related to planning, executing, monitoring, and controlling IT related projects. This position will manage sub-projects for WSLCB enterprise technology and business transformation efforts. The project coordinator will develop scopes of work, negotiate and direct resources, assign tasks, verify work quality and requests corrections to deficiencies.