Position Type: Full Time
Date Posted: 02/22/2021
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
The Prequalification Coordinator will work as a liaison between several different departments to ensure the prequalification risk-aware culture is supported and the process itself executed consistently. The Prequal Coordinator will manage the subcontractor prequal process and support the project teams through the buyout phase of the projects. This person will work closely with various team members, so effective communication and collaboration is highly essential.
Other duties of the positon in addition to oversight of the prequal process include support of PARIC Risk Management and Safety teams. This may include, but not limited to administrative support of the RoCCIP (Rolling Contractor Controlled Insurance Program), certificate of insurance compliance oversight and additional general Safety administration efforts.
The position of Prequal Coordinator reports directly to Risk Manager. This position calls for candidates with attention to detail and ability to review subcontractor financials.
Key Aims and Objectives
- Solicit prequal submissions from subcontractors and ensure all documentation required for PARIC’s Prequal program is received timely for new subs, job-specific reviews prior to subcontract awards and annual reviews.
- Review/improve policies and procedures to ensure Prequal program is best in class and opportunities for improvement are identified and addressed.
- Positively influence the Prequal culture for all stakeholders.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Manage the prequalification process and database
- Quarterback the weekly meeting of the Prequal Committee
- Coordinate with Finance, Precon, Operations, Risk Management and Safety on prequalification approvals
- Monitor aggregate subcontractor backlog with PARIC
- Track SDI project enrollments and assist Financial with reporting to Aon and AXA XL
- Assist in evaluating subcontractor capacity
- Assist in development and management of project-specific risk mitigation plans as necessary
- Thorough understanding of financial statements
- Excellent organizational and analytical skills
- Tremendous attention to detail
- Excellent written and verbal communication (includes proper grammar, spelling, etc.)
- High level of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality
- Ability to work in a collaborative team environment
No personnel supervision anticipated at this time.
Required Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, finance, risk management or related field is preferred
- 3-5 years of administrative, project coordination or finance experience highly desired
- Strong organization, planning, communication and interpersonal skills
Preferred Education and Experience
- Construction knowledge or construction industry experience is desirable
- General understanding of construction risk management and safety terms