Assistant Project Manager

Assistant Project Manager

EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full-Time, Salary, Entry Level
REPORTS TO: Portfolio Manager
TRAVEL: 15-25%
(Mix of Day Trips and Overnight Trips)


Assistant Project Manager
Responsibilities & Duties

POSITION SUMMARY: The Assistant Project Manager is an important part of the client service delivery system at Good Steward Consulting. This position holder is responsible for assisting Project Managers with planning, organizing, managing, and executing client deliverables.


  • ​Exhibits GSC Core Values: Grit/Resolve, Accountablilty, Creative, and Energetic

  • Outstanding communication skills (written and verbal)

  • Expert organizational skills and ability to multi-task

  • Ability to function well in a fast-paced environment under tight deadlines

  • Ability to take direction from others

  • Initiative to solve problems quickly for the benefit of the team

  • Ability to function well in a fast-paced (sometimes chaotic) environment under tightdeadlines

  • Customer-service driven attitude


  • Plan and organize project events (invitation and RSVP management, catering/reservations, resource and material preparation, presentation preparation)

  • Attend and assist at project meetings(set-up, check-in, question-tracking, note-taking, observation, tear-down, thank-you mailings, and follow-up)

  • Manage inventory of project materials/swag, audio/visual equipment, supplies, and literature

  • Complete project mailings (updates to stakeholders, invitations, event notices, etc.) including mail merge letters/envelopes, letter drafting, address management, and execution of mailing

  • Monitor project chatter (Facebook, websites, print media in project areas, magazines, etc.)

  • Maintain the GSC Media Library (research and store information, articles, reports, etc. regarding the renewable energy industry, projects, and clients; share found information with internal operations and marketing staff)

  • General administrative duties such as running errands, greeting visitors, note-taking, conference call participation, emailing, etc.

  • Complete other tasks as directed by the operations team


  • Bachelor’s degree: marketing, communications, and/or public relations degree preferred

  • Agricultural background; and/or direct association with the agricultural community

  • Ability to travel

  • Valid driver’s license a must

  • Background check required

  • Knowledge of Microsoft 365 and Office