6150 – Architectural Project Manager

General Job Description:

Manage all phases of architecture and design of multiple projects from the time of initial due diligence and site acquisition through stabilized occupancy.

Will utilize project management, design, strategy, and supply chain techniques to control a creative process, support a culture of creativity, and build a structure and organization to enhance or project design goals.

Project types will include Mixed-Use, Hospitality, Creative Office, Residential and F&B

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in architecture or design required. LEED Certification required.

Five plus years’ experience working for an architecture or design firm or development company.

Must know the principles and practices involved in architectural design, techniques in designing, constructing, and maintaining architectural projects. Knowledge of the principles and practices of project management, contract development, and cost estimating.

Must be a good forward planner and excellent motivator to manage large teams with different goals to enable them to work together to produce a coordinated and coherent design. Some hotel and food & beverage experience preferred.

Proficient in Microsoft Office; specifically, Excel, Word, MS Project, and PowerPoint.

Proficiency in the use of CADD or similar design software.

Currently registered and or licensed as an architect or designer in California, Arizona or Texas

Must be OK with frequent regional travel (Western US & Texas) up to 30%, including occasional overnight travel

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