Projects Pivot.

for Project Coordinators

Giving junior project managers and project coordinators a chance to gain practical experience in a supportive environment

Clip art of project coordinators at a scrum board

We may not always call it project management, but many of us have day-to-day tasks and responsibilities that require the same planning, organization, and critical thinking skills needed to manage projects.

For junior professionals with project-management-related experience but no official certification, it’s difficult to break into the project management space. Getting PMP-certified is a good step, but it’s also a huge commitment that requires a lot of time, effort, and money.

Our goal at Projects Pivot is to give junior-level project managers and coordinators the experience, mentorship, and support they need to start and build their careers before committing hundreds of hours (and dollars) to getting a PMP certification.


Gain experience working for amazing companies

Receive mentorship from someone who’s been in the industry a long time

Join a supportive community that encourages learning, sharing, and personal and professional development

Who We're Looking For

Effective project coordinators (PCs) are proactive and critical thinkers who are organized, dependable, and adaptable. They’re able to see different ways of doing things and pull all the pieces of a project together.

We select PCs based on their level and range of experience, aptitude for project management, and eagerness to learn. They may or may not have already earned a CAPM certification with the Project Management Institute. They’re typically hired on three-month contracts for 15-20 hours per week to start.

If you’re interested in becoming a PC with Projects Pivot or would like more information, please fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.