Project Coordinator Recruitment Agency

They were the childhood friend who was the delegator of all the games. On time delivery and project success is what drives them. Projects never looked so stress free!

Project Coordinator Recruitment Agency

They were the childhood friend who was the delegator of all the games. On time delivery and project success is what drives them. Projects never looked so stress free!

PROJECT COORDINATOR RECRUITMENT AGENCY

EST10 — Sydney’s trusted project coordinator recruitment agency

Project coordinators keep your organisation connected. When they’re not tracking timelines or organising crucial tasks, they facilitate project planning or manage team collaboration. In other words, they’re the cogs keeping the machine running. If your organisation is looking to add a project coordinator to your team, you can trust the talented team at EST10 to find the ideal candidate.

EST10 is a Sydney-based project coordinator employment agency. Our speciality? Being able to spot golden candidates that will elevate your organisation. We rely on our on-hand team of consultants and expansive talent pool to provide an unmatched recruitment experience. Our comprehensive approach considers both a candidate’s personal objectives and qualifications to make sure they are a good fit.

Experience the EST10 difference for yourself, and let us do all the heavy lifting for your new recruit. Contact us today to get started.

Out with the old, in with the EST10 way

The traditional recruitment process for a project coordinator involves sifting through a mountain of resumes, conducting endless interviews, and crossing fingers, hoping to strike gold. We’re here to change that!

At EST10, we’re all about delivering a concierge-style experience in the world of recruitment. A project coordinator offers unwavering support to your project managers and team leaders to ensure your business projects are a smashing success. That’s why, beyond the usual skills and qualifications checklist, we dive deep into their values, personalities, and dreams. With access to a wide talent pool, the best consultants, and a knack for spotting talent, we have your best interest at heart!

The EST10 recruitment process
Our approach goes beyond the surface — we dive deep into understanding both our clients and candidates. We ask the right questions (even the tough ones) to unearth the bigger picture.

Our process is simple:

  1. Call Us — We love a phone call! Reach out when you’re ready to hire or even just to understand the process and why we are so certain we can find you, your perfect project coordinator!
  2. Visit — We’ll schedule a visit to gain an in-depth understanding of your requirements.
  3. Plan and Timelines — We’ll keep you in the loop about all the key details. And, did we mention our average timeline to fill a permanent role is 5 – 10 days?
  4. Relax — Sit back and relax while we do the heavy lifting.

Can’t wait 5-10 days for your new hire? No problem! We can have a temporary candidate with you within hours, even for eleventh-hour requests.

Let’s Get Started

Looking to recruit a Project Coordinator?

Get in touch with our team to start your recruitment journey.
Or call us directly on 02 9002 0222

Visit us at

Level 10, 66 Hunter St,
Sydney, NSW 2000

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