Resource Coordinator - Professional Services

Job Title: Resource Coordinator - Professional Services
Job Reference: SC/HQ577841

Location: London
Job Type: Contract

£125 - £160 per day
Sector: Admin & Secretarial

Posted 13 days ago

  • Resource Coordinator – Professional Services
  • Up to £160 per day PAYE (salary equivalent of £41,600 per annum)
  • 6 months contract
  • Hybrid working – 2 days per week in London, the rest remote
Working for a global SaaS company, the Resource Coordinator will support the Professional Services business globally. Reporting to the UK Resource Manager this person will be responsible for forecasting accuracy, financial operations, internal business processes, project coordination, and supporting the regional PS team and PS Manager/Directors.

Working as the Resource Coordinator for Professional Services requires good organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize work and work both independently and as a core part of both the Professional Services and operational teams. It is a fast-paced environment, the successful candidate will be a self-starter who is able to work on their own initiative and enjoys creating order out of chaos.

Key Accountabilities as Resource Coordinator:-

Professional Services Financial Reporting:
  • Provide daily updates to FinancialForce to feed regional revenue forecasting based on scheduling, budgets, and hours.
  • Manage resource utilization for region and partners in residency programs.
  • Ensuring resources are meeting targets and working with Professional Services Managers and the global scheduling team on scheduling opportunities.
  • Accountable for weekly billing of projects in FinancialForce Managing forecast risk with tracking internal projects or Soft Bookings.
  • Providing metrics and updating decks for regional Professional Services Managers, on bookings, delivered revenue, attach rate, utilization, number of projects on a quarterly basis.
  • Provide monthly backlog analysis to Regional Direction and Professional Services Managers.
  • In addition to closing out projects that are either complete or no longer have budget.

Resource Management:
  • Project coordination of small and large services implementations in high volume Working with customers, Account Managers and Professional Services Management on scheduling projects in a timely manner.
  • Working with partner delivery resources on availability
  • Proactively escalate potential customer satisfaction issues, internal operational issues and Professional Services team issues with the global Operations team and regional Professional Services Managers.
  • Sending out customer surveys after services are delivered
  • Working with Resource Management team on shadowing and enablement opportunities for internal and partner resources.
  • Tracking acceptance and milestones for revenue recognition

Global Operational Support:
  • Training and supporting other departments on Professional Services processes and responding to requests as needed.
  • Contact for account managers, delivery managers, sales, customers, and consultants to help coordinate and manage all PS engagements.
  • Working closely with regional delivery partners.
  • Provide leadership in analysing, documenting, and improving PS operational processes and working to standardize processes globally.
Collaborate on operational initiatives


  • Must come from a busy, fast paced Administration background with experience in a similar role within Resource Coordination and scheduling
  • Previous experience with FinancialForce or other PSA tools.
  • Ability to analyse and solve problems, performs complex tasks, and prioritizes multiple projects.
  • Ability to work to potentially time sensitive and pressure situations
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of individuals in a diverse community.
  • Experience with financial reporting and analysis including P&L and knowledge of VSOE/carve outs/revenue recognition.
  • Knowledge of business practices and procedures.
  • Ability to make sound decisions and judgments.
  • Excellent organization and time management skills.
  • Experience working with management and well-versed in the practices and demands of progressive and evolving Services organizations.
  • Ability to work independently and multi-task, in a fast paced and constantly changing environment.
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite, Salesforce, and advanced reporting.
  • Excellent communicator and follow through.





Trevor  Lee


Trevor Lee

Managing Director

In 2006 I decided to form Jenrick Commercial and now nearly 15 years later the business has thankfully gone from strength to strength. Having now been in the mad world of recruitment for nearly 25 years, I've seen a massive amount of change in that time (in my early days we used to fax CV's off to a client and if you were looking for work you use to photocopy your CV and even hand-deliver it into the agency, there was no internet in the early days!!) 

The foundation of our success has always been to build the greatest relationships with both our clients and candidates, we are always super honest and try to leave the greatest impression with everyone you connect with. 

My father taught me that life is very much what you put in, put a little in and you get a little out, put a lot in, and of course, you get a lot out. This is a rule I firmly believe in and has served me well over the years. 

What can I tell you about me? Well, I have been married for nearly 25 years (my wife is extremely lucky or completely mad) and we have a beautiful son Toron who is 15 now. I also cannot function properly without a triple shot skinny wet latte first thing in the morning. If you ever catch me before this time then I apologise in advance! I go to the gym every day and I've probably been on a diet since I was born so I am very body and image-conscious. 

I am also a glass half full type so love listening to Tony Robbins motivational podcasts to give me that extra kick. I support West Ham United so I definitely need something positive as I don't get it from the team I support. I also love the good old US of A (California). I think my music taste is great (it's very eclectic) however the team in the office are always moaning about my playlists (it's them that have no taste).

Why recruitment? Well, I love people, I genuinely love to understand how people tick, and after 25 years I know I'm damn good at what we do. In this job, every day is different and I'm humbled and grateful that I have met some amazing people over the 20+ years, plus it's always lovely to change peoples lives for the better so to play a part in their journey of life is something I am truly grateful for. 

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