Salary Range: $60,000 – $100,000. Salary is ultimately at the sole discretion of the company president.
- Graduate of an accredited bachelors or master’s degree program that meets NCARB licensing criteria
- Have minimum of 10 years of experience in commercial, residential or senior living.
- Architectural license preferred, but not required.
- Be an excellent communicator, problem solver, possess leadership skills and strong technical skills.
- Ability to work collaboratively with team members.
- Have a strong knowledge base of the construction industry and have previously managed projects throughconstruction administration.
- Strong understanding of accessibility standards, building code requirements, green criteria and CSI.
- Excellent time management skills.
- Be fluent in AutoCAD, Revit, with a basic understanding of Photoshop.
- The Project Manager is primarily responsible for the communication with the project team including consultants under RDL’s contract as well as other Client consultants, i.e. Civil, Geotech, etc.
- Oversees the design process for the project, organize and start the drawing set.
- The Project Manager will be responsible for drawing the project in its entirety. A Project Designer and/or Intern may
be assigned to work with the Project Manager.
- The Project Manager will be expected to attend project meetings and run the construction administration for a project.
- Documents meeting minutes and critical memos and distributes to necessary parties.
- Expected to communicate with clients and consultants. The Project Manager will be the primary contact for clients.
- Presents projects to design review, planning commission, community groups, etc.
- The Project Manager will work with the Studio Director to establish hours and staffing for projects during the proposal phase. Additionally, the Project Manager will create and update project schedules and project progress spreadsheets throughout the life of the project.
- Works to keep the project on-schedule and alerts the Studio Director of any setbacks or changes in scheduling.
- Ensures projects have undergone a peer review prior to submitting permit sets.
- Makes sure the project meets applicable codes and reviews and fills out the code review spreadsheet.
- The Project Manager is responsible for the following: punch lists, substantial completion letters, change order forms, maintaining RFI logs, reviewing submittals, and completing field reports.
- Complete additional service forms
- The Project Manager may need to help on projects not under his or her direct supervision.
- Adhere to RDL Standards, including, but not limited to, drafting and graphic standards, folder organization, file naming, etc.
Please send your resume and portfolio experience to firstname.lastname@example.org and include which position you are applying for in the subject line.