Project Coordinator - 3105

Building and Facilities New York, New York


STV is seeking a Project Coordinator in our New York, NY office to work on our New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Physical Needs Assessment (PNA) project. In this position you will provide primary administrative assistant support to our project managers and logistics managers.

Required Skills:

  • Represent STV Buildings and Facilities Division in a professional, friendly, polite, and efficient manner.
  • Triage incoming requests, assessing for priority, delegation, and possible resolution.
  • Prepare, review, and manage correspondence, memoranda, and various staff communications.
  • Work collaboratively with project managers, logistics managers, and other administrative team members.


  • Must have expertise in MS Office Applications, including Word, Excel, and Outlook. Must be willing to learn new applications as needed.
  • Must be a hard worker, able to work in a fast-paced environment with a positive attitude.
  • Must be accurate, efficient, organized, reliable, professional, and punctual.
  • Must be able to work with some direction, and proactively solve problems.
  • May work in the office or on-site at various NYCHA facilities. Work in the office may include providing administrative support to our project managers and logistics managers. Work on-site may include handing out flyers to various NYCHA apartment units or escorting our inspection teams to various NYCHA apartment units.

As a matter of policy and to protect STV’s colleagues, clients and business partners, STV requires all new employees to be fully vaccinated and provide proof of such vaccination to STV as of the start date of their employment.

STV considers all applicants for employment without regard to actual or perceived age; arrest or conviction record; caregiver status; citizenship status; race; color; credit history; creed, disability; sex; gender; gender identity or expression; hairstyle; immigration status; marital status; military, uniformed service, or veteran status; ancestry or national origin; creed; citizenship status; partnership status; disability; pre-employment marijuana testing; pregnancy; race; religion; salary history; sexual and reproductive health decisions; sexual orientation; status as victim of domestic violence, sexual violence, or stalking; unemployment status; or any additional category or characteristic that is protected as defined by applicable federal law, the New York State Human Rights Law, and New York City Human Rights Law, as amended from time to time.