Facility Coordinator Jobs in District of Columbia
6 District of Columbia Facility Coordinator jobs found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 6 of 6
Absi Corporation Okinawa
ALQIMI is currently seeking a Construction Coordinator to support our customer located in Okinawa Japan. This is a contingent multi-year contract. Expected start date of September 1, 2014. We are offering a total compensation package, which includes base salary, and housing and living allowance. Specific Requirements: - Baccalaureate or higher-level degree with a major in Engineering or Architectu...
Company Confidential Washington, DC, 20032
LOTO Construction Coordinator Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Construction Coordinator utilizes contract documents and drawings to identify the energy sources for assets to be locked and tagged out at a water/wastewater facility. Coordinator will locate the assets within the facility, gather appropriate information for locking out and tagging out the asset and write the Lockout/Tagout procedure for the asse...
This position is located in our DC, Washington facility GDIT is actively recruiting for a Project/Contract Coordinator. This candidate will play a critical role in support of the Senior Director for Financial Services, financial service project managers, leads and team members. The candidate will interface with external customers. Provides support in program management, invoicing, schedule managem...
Patient Services Coordinator / Medical Assistant (MedStar PromptCare) Department: MedStar PromptCare - Adams Morgan Schedule: Full time hourly with Benefits (nonexempt) Shift: Hours: Hours vary Job Details MedStar PromptCare has an immediate opportunity for an experienced Patient Services Coordinator / Medical Assistant to join our team in DC. Primary responsibilities include: - Serves as the init...
SiTEL BLS Instructor Department: SiTEL Schedule: Part Time Shift: Hours: Job Details SiTEL Instructor BLS Job Summary _FLSA: Non Exempt Coordinates and instructs American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) raining programs for healthcare professionals. Qualifications Education: Credentialed as health care provider such as EMT-Paramedic, Registered Nurse, or Respiratory Therapist, wit...
SiTEL Instructor Department: SiTEL Schedule: Part Time Shift: Hours: Job Details SiTEL Instructor Job Summary _FLSA: Non Exempt Coordinates and instructs American Heart Association (AHA) Advanced Life Support training programs for healthcare professionals. Qualifications Education: Credentialed by relevant professional association. EXPERIENCE: 1 year teaching experience; 1 year AHA Advanced progra...
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$31,200.00 - $94,640.00
Typical Salary for Facility Coordinator in District of Columbia
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Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
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Supports corporate operations by coordinating design, planning, constructions, and maintenance of equipment, machinery, and buildings.
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Administrative Writing Skills
Provides corporate office supplies and services by maintaining inventory; placing orders; arranging for equipment repairs; servicing equipment.
Forwards information by picking up, receiving, preparing, and delivering mail and packages; maintaining postage meter.
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