The Project Administrator (Part-Time) Position
The Project Administrator will work on the job site and must effectively utilize strong organizational skills to assist the Superintendent and Project Manager with workflow, scheduling, material acquisition, and the completion of project related paperwork, such as contracts, submittals, change orders, RFPs, and RFIs. This role brings order to the project office and project team. No task is too big or small and a “can-do” attitude is a must. From ordering and maintaining office supplies and Personal Protective Equipment, to printing updates blueprints and project schedules to taking meeting minutes, the Project Admin keeps the team humming along and focused on safely erecting the steel!
The ideal candidate has an interest in construction and thrives in a fast-paced, detail-oriented, environment. Project Administrators have ample room for growth and can take multiple career paths to continue to grow and gain exposure to Midwest Steel’s complex and unique projects.
Desired Experience, Skills, and Abilities for the Project Administrator (Part-Time)
At least 2-3 years of Administrative or support experience
Ability to travel and work on a construction job site
Excellent time management skills
Strong communication skills, both oral and written
The ability to multi-task while maintaining accuracy
Strong computer skills, specifically in Microsoft Word and Excel
Compensation, Benefits, and Structure for the Project Administrator (Part-Time)
This position is part-time (between 20 to 30 hours) and will last for approximately 18 months with additional opportunities based on project needs and success. We also offer a competitive salary, full benefit package that is 100% employer-paid, paid time off, long-term stability, and a strong Company culture. This position is based in Lewisburg, Ohio.
Recruitment Process for the Project Administrator (Part-Time)
The recruitment process is designed to be a thorough, two-way evaluation to ensure that the best decision is made by both the Company and the candidate. Given this, multiple steps are required, including a phone interview, in-person interviews, candidate assessments, and a pre-employment background check and drug test.