Leadership & Organizational Development Project Coordinator (CO)

  • FMI
  • Denver, CO
Part Time Admin-Clerical Consultant Design Professional Services Research

Job Description

FMI’s Leadership and Organizational Development practice is seeking a dedicated, driven individual with a passion for project management and an interest in organizational and leadership development. In this exciting, fast-paced role, you will be involved in coordinating multiple work streams and projects tied to a large, complex client organization. Projects and work streams will mostly be focused on improving leadership, organization and team effectiveness through facilitated workshops, organizational and individual assessments, data analysis and report writing. The Project Coordinator’s role will be largely focused on ensuring the various work streams progress smoothly and effectively and exceed the client’s expectations.

This paid, part-time role requires a commitment of 25-30 hours per week and will be based in our Denver office located in Cherry Creek. Remote candidates will be considered.

As an LOD Part-time, Project Coordinator, you will:

  • Support the lead Project Manager to perform project management functions including planning, organizing, and coordinating project resources for a large client account
  • Gain expertise in working with cutting edge high performing senior leadership teams
  • Join a team of consultants on a single, large client account, learning the ins and outs of the client’s business, and supporting the internal consulting team to reach major client milestones
  • Learn valuable instructional design skills and utilize them to develop new content (presentations, facilitator scripts, activities) to assist consultants on training and consulting engagements
  • Gain valuable exposure to a fast-paced consulting firm and insight into what it takes to be successful in the world of consulting


  • Planning, organizing, motivating, and coordinating all project resources under the direction of the lead Project Manager
  • Analyzing both qualitative and quantitative organization-specific data to gain a deep understanding of the inner workings of large organizations and develop reports for clients
  • Developing client-facing tools for the internal consulting team to track progress against major client milestones
  • Creating presentations and facilitator scripts to be used in consulting engagements
  • Researching the latest leadership topics and trends relevant to the client account, and integrate relevant research into consulting content


  • Master’s or Ph.D. degree in Business, Project Management or related field
  • Passionate about leadership development and leadership trends
  • Project management orientation with a superior ability to prioritize effectively
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent, client-centric communication skills
  • Proficient in conducting basic research
  • Exceptional writing skills
  • Ability to create compelling graphics and visuals using Microsoft Office Suite
  • Ability to deal with ambiguity
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Fluent in English (Writing, Speaking, Listening)


Project Management

Education Requirements

Master's Degree

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