We are currently looking to grow our architectural team and fill an open position for an architectural project manager in North County San Diego. We hold licenses in both architecture and construction primarily providing construction defect services, property assessment and scope definitions, reconstruction, renovations, tenant improvements and other technical consulting services.
• Professional and personable demeanor capable of maintaining constructive relationships.
• Effective written and verbal communication with an ability to listen with clients, consultants, subcontractors and team members. Capacity to ask questions, take directions and request guidance.
• Be willing to work in a fast-paced environment where a variety of tasks may be asked of you in any day
• Strong organizational skills. Ability to follow through with tasks, to communicate project specifics and to update management.
• Manage your time effectively by prioritizing and projecting for the future and respect the time of clients, consultants, subcontractors and team members
• Self-motivated to develop skills and acquire knowledge, to seek new responsibilities
• Take responsibility for the outcome of your assignments
• Architectural Design – Project architects need extensive experience with drafting building plans and blueprints, often in collaboration with engineers and clients. Project architects need to be licensed in their state, which requires passing the Architect Registration Examination (ARE)
• Schedule Management – Because they oversee projects from initial client meetings through completion of construction, project architects need to successfully manage schedules and set project timelines
• Written and Verbal Communication – Effective communication is also key for project architects, as they need to prepare documents and specifications and communicate directly with clients, contractors, and other personnel
• Budgeting – Project architects have a solid grasp on project budgeting to ensure profitability. This can involve determining material needs and costs and reviewing contractor estimates during the planning phase
• Team Leadership – Project architects are able to successfully lead and manage teams, including contractors and other personnel within their architecture firms
• Create technical drawings – architectural construction documents and related details
• Prepare project specific graphics and exhibits
• On-site field work: conducting surveys, taking measurements, making field observations and assisting in field inspections
• Model dimensionally accurate and representative 3-D models
• Motivate and mentor the project design and development team to ensure timely and effective completion of projects
• Prepare, develop, and adjust project models, diagrams alongside a project manager
• Prepare construction documents to contain building code requirements, floor plans, and elevation
• Present periodic reports to clients to update them on the progress of a project.
• coordination and management of project during construction
• Ensure timely and profitable completion.
• Determine the construction materials and methods necessary for building project.
• Prepare cost estimates for materials purchase, labor and general building requirements.
• Maintain current knowledge of construction and architectural procedures/standards .
• Ensure compliance with government building codes and housing laws.
• Development of architectural solutions to client programs.
• Guidance to clients with building code management, zoning and material specifications.
• Planning, coordination, design and engineering of construction projects.
• Architecture or construction background, with a minimum experience of 3 years working in the California building industry
• Proficient in: AutoCAD, Revit, Sketchup, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft Office
• Knowledgeable in: Adobe Photoshop and InDesign
• Ability to navigate and understand working drawings
• General knowledge of local jurisdictional processes and building codes
Job ID: 4046
1 - 9 Employees
Architect Industry, Construction Industry, Design Industry