The current average salary of an
is $85,000 - 121,400 annually
What does a Project Coordinator do?
Project coordinators are responsible for planning and organising a business project, typically reporting to a project manager.
What skills do you need to be a Project Coordinator?
Project coordinators must have exceptional organisational skills with a strong ability to lead workers and delegate responsibilities.
- Ability to effectively multi-task and juggle multiple responsibilities at once
- Have a keen attention to detail for ensuring the project meets all the business’ standards and goals
- Excellent communication skills with an ability to lead, guide, and delegate tasks to workers
- Organisational skills for planning out project objectives, schedules, and meetings
- Goal-driven, determined, able to meet strict deadlines and work well under pressure
- Familiar with Microsoft Office and performing digital administrative tasks
How to become a Project Coordinator
It's possible to work as a Project Coordinator without any formal qualifications, however, employers prefer those who have studied project management.
If you're looking for a course that can give you skills in project management, studying a BSB50820 - Diploma of Project Management or BSB40920 - Certificate IV in Project Management Practice may be ideal qualifications in pursuing this role.