Deal Coordinator

Regular Full-Time


The Deal Coordinator is primarily responsible for tracking the Acquisition Integration process. This will encompass managing and updating workflow and checklist in Microsoft Project software, as well as communicating with stakeholders in the acquisition process. This position will be a key partner to the Acquisition Integration team, Accounting team and business leaders throughout the organization.





  • Review incoming contracts for key dates and action items.
  • Set up new portfolio acquisitions in MS Project, and schedule workflow from contract to post-closing.
  • Monitor critical dates and communicate to ensure that responsible parties take action as needed.
  • Record completed steps in workflow.
  • Prepare communications regarding acquisition contracts and closings.
  • Coordinate with Lead Diligence Data Analyst, Lead Funding Coordinator and Director of Acquisition Integration to ensure that departmental priorities are addressed.
  • Provide reporting from MS Project.
  • Recommend and implement process improvements and efficiencies.
  • Assist in other Acquisition Integration department tasks as needed.
  • This brief summary is not an all-inclusive description of job duties.  Other job duties and responsibilities may also be assigned by the incumbent’s manager at any time based upon Company need.





  • Microsoft Project experience is a must.
  • Intermediate level Excel skills are required.
  • Experience using SalesForce. 
  • Two to four years of related experience.
  • Ability to interpret legal contracts.
  • Project management experience preferred.
  • Ability to manage simultaneous projects with large data sets within strict timelines is crucial.
  • Above average ability to communicate with others, both verbally and in writing.
  • Possess strong organizational skills and be detail-oriented.
  • Foster teamwork and mutual respect throughout the company.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and integrity of data.


  • Primarily working indoors, office environment
  • May sit for several hours at a time
  • Prolonged exposure to computer screens
  • Repetitive use of hands to operate computers, printers, and copiers



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