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We build careers at GLMV. As members of a 100-percent employee-owned ESOP, we build sustainable futures for ourselves and for GLMV. We are team players who value everyone’s contributions and are committed to one another’s success. We strive to hire like-minded individuals.

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Andrew Hamel
HR Specialist
GLMV Architecture
andrew.hamel@glmv.com
Phone 316.265.9367
1525 E. Douglas
Wichita, KS 67211

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Architectural Visualization Specialist

GLMV is seeking an Architectural Visualization Specialist to create high quality, 3D architectural renderings and animations based on the design of architects and other design professional’s work. This position will work directly under the observation of the Division Lead, receiving specific and detailed feedback on a variety of project types. The majority of the work…

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GLMV is seeking an Architectural Visualization Specialist to create high quality, 3D architectural renderings and animations based on the design of architects and other design professional’s work. This position will work directly under the observation of the Division Lead, receiving specific and detailed feedback on a variety of project types. The majority of the work performed will be to demonstrate the ability to take design direction/feedback and then create high quality, 3D architectural renderings and animations.

 

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with division lead as well as architectural and design teams to help plan and bring design concepts to life through 3D modeling and visuals.
  • Utilize 3D modeling software to develop and communicate detailed site and building designs to our clients.
  • Work with clients and outside stakeholders to modify design options and drive resolution on open design elements and issues.
  • Modeling, texturing, lighting, rendering, and postproduction for architectural and interior design scenes.
  • Operate as a 3D artist on stills, animations, virtual reality and real-time projects.
  • Demonstrate the ability to present and explain visuals to colleagues and clients.
  • Ensure ideas are represented as accurately and attractively as possible.
  • Create both static visualizations and animations.
  • Create and prepare VR/AR experiences for clients and in-house collaboration.
  • Visualize building concepts in various graphic mediums.
  • Keep up to date with relevant technology and software advancements.

 

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Proficiency with the following tools:
    • Sketch Up
    • Lumion
    • Revit
    • Adobe Suite (Photoshop/Illustrator/InDesign)
    • Enscape
    • Unreal Engine/Unity
    • Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality is a plus
    • TwinMotion
    • V-Ray
    • Rhino/Blender/3DS Max/Dynamo/Grasshopper are all pluses
  • Ability to interpret and build detailed 3D models from 2D CAD plans.
  • Interested in pushing the limits of technology and design to help communicate GLMV’s ideas to clients in a different, more effective manner.
  • General knowledge of building materials, design and construction practices is beneficial.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, consistently meeting deadlines, and delivering high quality products.

 

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Required Experience and Credentials

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in architecture, design, or a related field from an accredited university.
  • 1 or more years of professional work experience in architecture or related field.
  • Successful completion of a Revit assessment.

 

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Project Manager – Aviation/Industrial

GLMV is seeking a project manager with experience and passion for aviation and industrial design and architecture. The successful candidate for this position will be a registered architect ready to take responsibility for specific client relationships as well as the proposal, design, planning, budgeting, preparation, and delivery of a wide range of renovation, remodel and…

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GLMV is seeking a project manager with experience and passion for aviation and industrial design and architecture. The successful candidate for this position will be a registered architect ready to take responsibility for specific client relationships as well as the proposal, design, planning, budgeting, preparation, and delivery of a wide range of renovation, remodel and expansion projects as well as new construction. This production, management, and supervisory position is accountable for delivering projects on time and within budget, and reports to the aviation/industrial division leader.

Responsibilities

  • Meet directly with the client to analyze goals and conceive and develop architectural solutions to those goals.
  • Plan the project budget, milestones, and schedule and track project performance accordingly.
  • Initiate and create schematic designs and plans with responsibility for the preparation of drawings.
  • Coordinate workload through design development and construction document phases to complete documents on schedule.
  • Direct and coordinate with the engineering disciplines and third-party equipment vendors, reviewing construction documents for areas of conflict with all disciplines.
  • Write or edit the owner-provided architectural specifications.
  • Plan, initiate, and run project meetings, setting agendas, and issuing meeting minutes.
  • Ensure code and accessibility compliance utilizing several competing and often conflicting building, life safety, health and accessibility codes.
  • Coordinate addenda, ASIs, RFIs, WCPRs and Change Orders, and is responsible to incorporate agreed upon changes into the project documents.
  • Analyze and negotiate pay applications and change orders.
  • Report project completion for billing, approve invoices, and lead any necessary collections activities.
  • Provide supervision and guidance to others assigned to facilitate the delivery of a project.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Strong knowledge of the following:
    • Technical design considerations and trends.
    • Building materials and methods.
    • Codes and accessibility requirements.
    • AIA contract documents.
    • MasterSpec and specification requirements.
    • Sustainable design.
  • Excellent written and communication skills. Ability to speak and write clearly and concisely, to relate well to others at all levels, and use diplomacy and tact.
  • Planning and organization skills—ability to start and complete projects independently, using time effectively and efficiently, and managing multiple priorities
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities—working closely with numerous owner representatives and their clients on different projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to cope with change, can shift gears comfortably, can decide and act without having the total picture, can comfortably handle risk and uncertainty
  • Ability to move between running projects independently or through a team and participating in projects under the leadership of others.
  • Ability to review project documents and models using Revit and Bluebeam.

 An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 Required Experience and Credentials

  • Architecture license in at least one state in the U.S.
  • Client management experience.
  • Project leadership and management experience.
  • NCARB certification is preferred.

 Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Intern in Architecture

The Intern in Architecture works under the observation of a senior architectural professional, receiving specific and detailed feedback. The majority of work performed is developing construction drawings. The intern will also be provided design and coordination assignments in all project phases. Such assignments will become progressively more complex and greater in scope as mastery is…

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The Intern in Architecture works under the observation of a senior architectural professional, receiving specific and detailed feedback. The majority of work performed is developing construction drawings. The intern will also be provided design and coordination assignments in all project phases. Such assignments will become progressively more complex and greater in scope as mastery is demonstrated.

Responsibilities

· Become NCARB registered and track performance in accordance with AXP requirements.

· Investigate and document the code requirements for a particular project.

· May assist in production and presentation of elementary design schedules and elementary schematics.

· Research, analyze, and prepare assigned sheets for the construction drawing set.

· Evaluate and document scope/quantity/cost in comparison to materials selection and the preparation of specifications.

· May participate in meetings with code officials and make adjustments to reflect compliance.

· May assist and advise client in obtaining required approvals and permits.

· Develop Revit proficiency and familiarity with other AutoDesk tools.

· Produce elevation drawings

· Prepare material schedules

· Ensure that design, material, and/or detail element changes made during CD phase are carried out on all relevant drawings.

· Checks own work for completion and accuracy before submitting it to the project team.

· Research and apply increasingly more complex details, codes, and methods.

· May assume full scope of responsibility for all phases of a particularly small project of limited complexity.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

· Working knowledge of ICBO, International Building Code, and an awareness of federal, state, and local code.

· Knowledge of building materials and construction practices.

· Knowledge of planning and design process.

· Knowledge of engineering systems relevant to the built environment.

· Awareness and understanding of potential environmental hazards with regard to site.

· Proficiency with the version of Revit or AutoCAD currently in use.

· Mathematical and engineering formulas used to determine space dimensions and to prepare quantity calculations for selected materials.

· Architectural lettering by hand.

· Rough rendering and quick sketch by hand.

· Ability to traverse uneven terrain, climb steps or ladder, and tolerate airborne environmental nuisances associated with building construction sites.

· Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing.

· Ability to visually survey, measure and assess project site, site elements, and project while under construction.

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Experience and Credentials

· Four-year Degree in Architecture, from an NAAB accredited degree program.

· Preference will be given to applicants who have completed an accredited five-year professional degree program or an accredited master’s program in architecture in addition to a four-year architectural degree program.

· Successful completion of Revit proficiency assessment.

· Academic portfolio.

· Some work experience in the building environment is also preferred.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Civil Transportation Engineer

The Civil Transportation Engineer is responsible for site analysis and planning, site layouts, erosion control, grading, storm water management, and utilities for commercial, institutional, and retail clients. This position requires frequent interaction with professional staff, clients, contractors, and local government officials, from conceptual and design phases through the regulatory review process, permitting, and construction. This…

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The Civil Transportation Engineer is responsible for site analysis and planning, site layouts, erosion control, grading, storm water management, and utilities for commercial, institutional, and retail clients. This position requires frequent interaction with professional staff, clients, contractors, and local government officials, from conceptual and design phases through the regulatory review process, permitting, and construction. This position will interact with staff on projects in all offices and on projects in locations throughout the country and will report to the Director of Engineering. The right candidate may live and work in the Kansas City area; Houston, Texas; or near Wichita, Kansas.

Responsibilities

  • Engage with internal and external clients regarding project requirements, concept and design development, and design presentations.
  • Conduct research and investigation on site requirements with local jurisdiction.
  • Participate in site visits and conduct field measurements to validate existing site and as-built conditions.
  • Meet with municipal officials, regulatory agencies, and other authorities, in-person, by phone, or through conferencing media, as needed on project requirements.
  • Coordinate with other project staff and associated disciplines and/or subconsultants on drainage, traffic, water/wastewater, utilities, and survey and other land use and development concerns.
  • Prepare detailed design calculations as appropriate.
  • Assign tasks to and/or coordinate with technicians or administrative staff.
  • Prepare drawings in a manner consistent with company standards and client requirements for format, standard, quality, and timeliness.
  • Produce final hard and soft copy documents suitable for submission to clients consistent with contract requirements.
  • Meet with contractors, as needed, for construction administration and design clarifications.
  • Review civil drawings submitted by outside Civil Engineers (C.E.s) for compliance with program and land use needs as well as coordination, clarity, and accuracy.
  • Support project management activities such as, but not limited to, contracting actions, scheduling, and communication with consultants.
  • Support and Construction Administration (CA) activities on behalf of clients.
  • May conduct field inspections.
  • Reviewing contractor schedule and progress for compliance.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Knowledge of municipal, state, and federal regulations impacting site development.
  • Knowledge of the site permitting process, how to navigate it and how to evaluate the anticipated impact on project scheduling and necessary lead time.
  • Ability to locate and interpret relevant code information and write or converse with code officials regarding interpretation and compliance alternatives.
  • Proficiency with AutoDesk products such as AutoCAD, Civil 3D, and standard office software such as Microsoft Office suite of tools.
  • Effective interpersonal skills to be welcome and effective with internal and external clients.
  • Strong sense of urgency and self-initiative to meet client deadlines.
  • Organization skills and ability to organize and track the work and progress of multiple projects.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Ability to travel to sites and move about potentially uneven and undeveloped terrain to inspect aspects relevant to developing the project.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, using the English language.

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Experience and Credentials

  • BSCE from an ABET-accredited program.
  • Licensed P.E. in at least one state in the U.S.
  • National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) current member preferred.
  • Substantial experience organizing and performing the work described and managing assigned project responsibilities within time and budget requirement without direct oversight.
  • Experience with federal projects preferred.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

AEC Business Development Professional

GLMV is looking for Business Development Professionals who can identify and develop business relationships with potential clients within the industries served by GLMV. This position will be responsible for developing business in industries such as aviation, commercial, education, government, healthcare, industrial, restaurant and hospitality, and zoos and aquariums. This position will work collaboratively with GLMV’s…

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GLMV is looking for Business Development Professionals who can identify and develop business relationships with potential clients within the industries served by GLMV. This position will be responsible for developing business in industries such as aviation, commercial, education, government, healthcare, industrial, restaurant and hospitality, and zoos and aquariums. This position will work collaboratively with GLMV’s design professionals and partners to discover and develop new business opportunities throughout the region.

Location: Wichita, KS; Kansas City, MO; Houston, Texas

Responsibilities

· Identify leads for new business.

· Lead the planning, implementation, and execution of the divisions’ business development strategy.

· Develop and maintain relationships with existing and potential clients.

· Introduce client decision-makers to the benefits and services of GLMV.

· Identify and inform division directors of business development opportunities within client organizations.

· Create presentations. May provide expert consultation services to clients.

· Maintain focus on active project acquisition/business development.

· Lead proposal preparation and/or responses to RFQs.

· May participate in contract negotiations.

· Collaborate with the project managers during the project delivery process regarding ongoing client communication.

· Travel, by air and car, to meet clients and/or attend client centered conferences or events.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent communication and customer service skills with a strong commitment to professionalism.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment.
  • Proven ability to develop and maintain professional relationships.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Experience and Credentials

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant course of study.
  • Three to five years of business development experience within the AEC industry.
  • Business development with higher education and/or commercial clients preferred.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Project Architect

GLMV has an opportunity for a licensed project architect to take responsibility for the production of the construction drawings and specifications for a project and varying levels of responsibilities for design and construction administration. This position will be engaged in training, mentoring and supervising less experienced design professionals through technical challenges and in managing their…

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GLMV has an opportunity for a licensed project architect to take responsibility for the production of the construction drawings and specifications for a project and varying levels of responsibilities for design and construction administration. This position will be engaged in training, mentoring and supervising less experienced design professionals through technical challenges and in managing their time and resources to deliver projects on time and within budget. [AH1] The work is fast-paced and requires daily interaction with client representatives, code officials and external project partners. Travel will be required for site analysis, documentation and assessment of existing conditions, and construction administration as needed. This position will contribute to QAQC and stamp drawings and will report to a division level senior project manager.

Location: Wichita, KS

Responsibilities

· Meet directly with clients, analyze the client’s goals, and conceive and develop solutions to those goals within the community and regulatory parameters.

· Plan the project budget, milestones, and schedule and track project performance accordingly

· Initiate and create schematic designs and plans with responsibility for the preparation of drawings

· Coordinate workload through design development and construction document phases to complete documents on schedule.

· Direct and coordinate with the engineering disciplines and third-party equipment vendors, reviewing construction documents for areas of conflict with all disciplines.

· Write/edit owner provided architectural specifications.

· Plan, initiate, and run project meetings, setting agendas, and issuing meeting minutes

· Ensure code and accessibility compliance utilizing several competing and often conflicting building, life safety, health, and accessibility codes.

· Coordinates addendum, ASI, RFIs, WCPRs and Change Orders and is responsible to incorporate agreed upon changes into the project documents.

· Execute construction administration utilizing owner provided web-based workspace.

· Analyze and negotiate pay applications and change orders

· Report project completion for billing, approve invoices, and lead any necessary collections activities

· Provide supervision and guidance to others assigned to facilitate the delivery of a project.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

· Strong knowledge of community design considerations and trends.

· Strong knowledge of heath department and building codes and accessibility requirements and their interstate variances.

· Knowledge of design within the parameters of the community’s agreement requirements and neighborhood adaptations.

· Strong leadership skills.

· Excellent written and oral communication skills–ability to speak and write clearly and concisely and to relate well to others at all levels and use diplomacy and tact

· Planning and organization skills –ability to start and complete projects independently, using time effectively and efficiently, and managing multiple priorities

· Ability to juggle multiple priorities—working closely with numerous owner representatives and their clients on different projects simultaneously.

· Ability to cope with change, can shift gears comfortably, can decide and act without having the total picture, can comfortably handle risk and uncertainty

· Ability to move between running projects independently or through a team and participating in projects under the leadership of others

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Experience and Credentials

  • Ten or more years of experience.
  • Licensed NCARB certified architect
  • Client management experience required
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, Project Schedule)
  • Experienced Revit user
  • Multi-state experience preferred

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Landscape Architect Intern

The Landscape Architect Intern works in collaboration with other landscape design professionals, architects and/or civil designers and engineers to provide site and landscape support services for architectural projects throughout the country. The intern will be provided design and coordination assignments in all project phases. Such assignments will become progressively more complex and greater in scope…

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The Landscape Architect Intern works in collaboration with other landscape design professionals, architects and/or civil designers and engineers to provide site and landscape support services for architectural projects throughout the country. The intern will be provided design and coordination assignments in all project phases. Such assignments will become progressively more complex and greater in scope as mastery is demonstrated.

Location: Wichita, KS

Responsibilities

· Become NCARB registered and track performance in accordance with AXP requirements.

· Investigate and document the code requirements for a particular project.

· May assist in production and presentation of elementary design schedules and elementary schematics.

· Research, analyze, and prepare assigned sheets for the construction drawing set.

· Evaluate and document scope/quantity/cost in comparison to materials selection and the preparation of specifications.

· May participate in meetings with code officials and make adjustments to reflect compliance.

· May assist and advise client in obtaining required approvals and permits.

· Develop Revit proficiency and familiarity with other AutoDesk tools.

· Produce elevation drawings

· Prepare material schedules

· Ensure that design, material, and/or detail element changes made during CD phase are carried out on all relevant drawings.

· Checks own work for completion and accuracy before submitting it to the project team.

· Research and apply increasingly more complex details, codes, and methods.

· May assume full scope of responsibility for all phases of a particularly small project of limited complexity.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

· Working knowledge of ICBO, International Building Code, and an awareness of federal, state, and local code.

· Knowledge of building materials and construction practices.

· Knowledge of planning and design process.

· Knowledge of engineering systems relevant to the built environment.

· Awareness and understanding of potential environmental hazards with regard to site.

· Proficiency with the version of Revit or AutoCAD currently in use.

· Mathematical and engineering formulas used to determine space dimensions and to prepare quantity calculations for selected materials.

· Architectural lettering by hand.

· Rough rendering and quick sketch by hand.

· Ability to use computer keyboard and video display monitor.

· Ability to traverse uneven terrain, climb steps or ladder, and tolerate airborne environmental nuisances associated with building construction sites.

· Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing.

· Ability to visually survey, measure and assess project site, site elements, and project while under construction.

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Experience and Credentials

· Graduation from a LAAB accredited program in landscape architecture.

· Proficiency in Civil 3D

· Some work experience in the building environment is also preferred.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Landscape Architect

GLMV has an opportunity for a landscape architect to work with architects and/or civil designers and engineers to provide site and landscape support services for public and private architectural projects throughout the country. This position will be engaged in training, mentoring and supervising less experienced design professionals through technical challenges and in managing their time…

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GLMV has an opportunity for a landscape architect to work with architects and/or civil designers and engineers to provide site and landscape support services for public and private architectural projects throughout the country. This position will be engaged in training, mentoring and supervising less experienced design professionals through technical challenges and in managing their time and resources to deliver projects on time and within budget. The work is fast-paced and requires daily interaction with client representatives, code officials and external project partners. Travel will be required for site analysis, documentation and assessment of existing conditions, and construction administration as needed. This position will contribute to QAQC and stamp drawings and will report to a division level senior project manager.

Location: Wichita, KS

Responsibilities

· Meet directly with clients, analyze the client’s goals, and conceive and develop solutions to those goals within the community and regulatory parameters.

· Plan the project budget, milestones, and schedule and track project performance accordingly

· Initiate and create schematic designs and plans with responsibility for the preparation of drawings

· Coordinate workload through design development and construction document phases to complete documents on schedule.

· Direct and coordinate with the engineering disciplines and third-party equipment vendors, reviewing construction documents for areas of conflict with all disciplines.

· Write/edit owner provided architectural specifications.

· Plan, initiate, and run project meetings, setting agendas, and issuing meeting minutes

· Ensure code and accessibility compliance utilizing several competing and often conflicting building, life safety, health, and accessibility codes.

· Coordinates addendum, ASI, RFIs, WCPRs and Change Orders and is responsible to incorporate agreed upon changes into the project documents.

· Execute construction administration utilizing owner provided web-based workspace.

· Analyze and negotiate pay applications and change orders

· Report project completion for billing, approve invoices, and lead any necessary collections activities

· Provide supervision and guidance to others assigned to facilitate the delivery of a project.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

· Thorough knowledge of landscape design considerations and trends.

· Thorough knowledge of heath department and building codes and accessibility requirements and their interstate variances.

· Knowledge of design within the parameters of the community’s agreement requirements and neighborhood adaptations.

· Strong leadership skills.

· Excellent written and oral communication skills–ability to speak and write clearly and concisely English.

· Ability to relate well to others at all levels and use diplomacy and tact.

· Planning and organization skills –ability to start and complete projects independently, using time effectively and efficiently, and managing multiple priorities

· Ability to juggle multiple priorities—working closely with numerous owner representatives and their clients on different projects simultaneously.

· Ability to cope with change, shift gears comfortably, decide and act without having the total picture, and comfortably handle risk and uncertainty

· Ability to move between running projects independently or through a team and participating in projects under the leadership of others.

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Experience and Credentials

  • Graduated from a LAAB accredited program in landscape architecture.
  • Three or more years of experience with site development, construction drawings, and landscape and hardscape planning and design.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, Project Schedule)
  • Proficiency in Civil 3D
  • Multi-state experience preferred

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Interior Designer, Higher Education + Commercial

This interior design position is ideal for someone who has experience in or is interested in higher education, with the mindset of enhancing the human experience within applied learning environments. At GLMV we are value-driven, hard workers who strive to seize big ideas and make them real. Interior Designers at GLMV collaborate with team members…

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This interior design position is ideal for someone who has experience in or is interested in higher education, with the mindset of enhancing the human experience within applied learning environments. At GLMV we are value-driven, hard workers who strive to seize big ideas and make them real. Interior Designers at GLMV collaborate with team members to achieve creative solutions for our clients through programming, space planning, design, and implementation of finish schemes. We value providing an atmosphere for employees to push their boundaries through personal and professional growth. Considering function, aesthetics, safety, and economy, the interior designer uses knowledge of methods, materials, codes, and regulations (with skill and creativity) to design spaces that meet and balance the client’s requests. Designers prepare presentations of their recommendations for interior finishes and furnishings and prepare construction drawings and specifications for each project. This position reports to a senior interior design professional and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members.

Responsibilities

· Meet with clients and/or project teams to program the project requirements, from project conception to construction administration.

· Develop design concepts and present in project meetings with clients.

· Implement building and accessibility codes throughout each design.

· Prepare digital presentations with finish selections, furnishings, fixtures, and lighting.

· Create sample boards.

· Draw and render interior design concepts in Revit model.

· Take accurate as-built measurements for developing floor plans and elevations.

· Prepare and update documents during schematic design, design development and construction administration.

· Respond to RFIs and check shop drawings.

· Engage in continuing education related to product updates, industry trends and professional certification.

· Develop relationships with materials and furnishings manufacturer representatives.

· Schedule and perform work as needed within the team to meet project deadlines.

· Participate in project team interviews.

· May create project budgets.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

· Considerable knowledge of current trends in interior design and finishes

· Possess a high level of technical proficiency in Revit drawing production.

· Working knowledge of material and product costs

· Self-motivated and well organized.

· Strong collaboration and relationship building skills.

· Effective verbal and written communication skills using the English language.

· Ability to review and edit specifications.

· Ability to prepare furniture cost estimates.

· Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines.

· Ability to travel.

· Ability to inspect sites and buildings.

· Engage in continuing education related to product updates, industry trends and professional certification.

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Required Experience and Credentials

· Interior Design Degree from a CIDA-accredited University

· Two or more years of experience

· Preferred experience with higher-ed/commercial/developer driven/PPP

· Proficient in Revit and rendering software

· Experience with FF&E procurement and specification

· NCIDQ certification required.

· Experience with higher education, commercial, and/or developer-driven projects preferred; experience with public/private partnership projects a plus.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Project Architect/Manager – Hospitality

GLMV has an opportunity for a licensed project architect to take responsibility for specific client relationships and the design, planning, preparation, and delivery of a high volume of quick turn-around restaurant renovation, remodel and expansion projects as well as new construction. This position will be engaged in training, mentoring and supervising less experienced design professionals through…

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GLMV has an opportunity for a licensed project architect to take responsibility for specific client relationships and the design, planning, preparation, and delivery of a high volume of quick turn-around restaurant renovation, remodel and expansion projects as well as new construction. This position will be engaged in training, mentoring and supervising less experienced design professionals through technical challenges and in managing their time and resources to deliver projects on time and within budget. The work is fast-paced and requires daily interaction with client representatives, code officials and external project partners. Travel will be required for site analysis, documentation and assessment of existing conditions, and construction administration as needed. This position will contribute to QAQC and stamp drawings and will report to a division level senior project manager.

Responsibilities

  • Meet directly with client, analyze client goals and conceive and develop solutions to those goals within franchise, community and regulatory parameters.
  • Plan the project budget, milestones, and schedule and track project performance accordingly
  • Initiate and create schematic designs and plans with responsibility for the preparation of drawings
  • Coordinate workload through design development and construction document phases to complete documents on schedule.
  • Direct and coordinate with the engineering disciplines and third party equipment vendors, reviewing construction documents for areas of conflict with all disciplines.
  • Write/edit owner provided architectural specifications.
  • Plan, initiate, and run project meetings, setting agenda’s, and issuing meeting minutes
  • Ensure code and accessibility compliance utilizing several competing and often conflicting building, life safety, health and accessibility codes.
  • Coordinates addendum, ASI, RFIs, WCPRs and Change Orders and is responsible to incorporate agreed upon changes into the project documents.
  • Execute construction administration utilizing Owner provided web-based workspace.
  • Analyze and negotiate pay applications and change orders
  • Report project completion for billing, approve invoices, and lead any necessary collections activities
  • Provide supervision and guidance to others assigned to facilitate the delivery of a project.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all‑inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities

  • Strong Knowledge of restaurant design considerations and trends
  • Strong knowledge of heath department and building codes and accessibility requirements and their interstate variances.
  • Knowledge of design within the parameters of franchise agreement requirements and neighborhood adaptations.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills–ability to speak and write clearly and concisely and to relate well to others at all levels and use diplomacy and tact
  • Planning and organization skills –ability to start and complete projects independently, using time effectively and efficiently, and managing multiple priorities
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities—working closely with numerous owner representatives and their clients on different projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to cope with change, can shift gears comfortably, can decide and act without having the total picture, can comfortably handle risk and uncertainty
  • Ability to move between running projects independently or through a team and participating in projects under the leadership of others

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

Required Experience and Credentials

  • Licensed NCARB certified architect
  • Client management experience required
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, Project Schedule)
  • Experienced Revit user
  • Restaurant and/or franchise developer experience preferred
  • Multi-state experience preferred

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.  

Civil Engineer in Training

The Civil EIT will prepare and be responsible for 3-D model creation and drawings associated with site development and site finishing for general commercial development projects. This position is required to interact with internal and external clients as needed to maintain schedules; and will grow to manage multiple projects and mentor and oversee the work…

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The Civil EIT will prepare and be responsible for 3-D model creation and drawings associated with site development and site finishing for general commercial development projects. This position is required to interact with internal and external clients as needed to maintain schedules; and will grow to manage multiple projects and mentor and oversee the work of future entry level professionals. The civil engineer in training works collaboratively with civil designers and reports to senior engineers and completes work with minimal guidance.

While this job is being posted in Kansas City, it is also available in Wichita, Kansas and Houston, Texas.

Responsibilities

· Reviews rough sketches, drawings, specifications, and other engineering data received from Engineers.

· Plots maps and charts showing profiles and cross-sections, indicating relation of topographical contours and elevations to building and retaining walls.

· Prepares site layout designs and drafts detailed and complex drawings for items such as pads, roads, drainage, and pipelines.

· Prepares site grading and placement of basic erosion and sedimentation control measures.

· Maintains good knowledge of governmental regulations, codes and ordinances and applies them to plans, as needed.

· Provide Civil design support for a wide variety of small and large site development projects throughout the United States.

· Other duties as assigned.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

· Strong understanding of construction process, design constraints, required deliverables.

· Good understanding and knowledge of civil site requirements.

· Understanding of cross-discipline needs for continuous coordination with other architects and engineers, lead engineer, project management, commercial and procurement on multidiscipline design and construction projects.

· Understanding of drawing coordinate systems, including State Plane Coordinates.

· Ability to utilize and import information from GIS databases.

· Familiar with “InfraWorks” and “AutoTURN” software.

· Intermediate to Expert level skills with AutoCAD drafting, sheet set manager, standards, line styles, dimensions, annotations.

· Expertise in AutoCAD 2016 or newer.

· Experience using Esri ArcGIS desktop software, and third-party applications (Vehicle Tracking, HydroCAD).

· Strong Microsoft Office suite skills.

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Experience and Credentials

  • 3+ years of experience.
  • Completion of a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of engineering design.
  • Internship or survey experience is a plus.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Civil Designer

The Civil Designer is responsible for the 3-D model creation and drawings produced that are associated with site development and site finishing of general commercial development. This position reports to senior engineers and completes their tasks with little guidance provided. This associate will be required to manage multiple projects and could be required to mentor…

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The Civil Designer is responsible for the 3-D model creation and drawings produced that are associated with site development and site finishing of general commercial development. This position reports to senior engineers and completes their tasks with little guidance provided. This associate will be required to manage multiple projects and could be required to mentor and oversee the work of multiple entry level professionals. The Civil Designer should be capable of interfacing with both internal and external clients as needed to maintain schedules. This associate should know the industry well enough to ensure that items are elevated to the Engineer of Record as needed.

While this position is being posted in Kansas City, it is also available in Wichita, Kansas and Houston, Texas.

Responsibilities

  • Reviews rough sketches, drawings, specifications, and other engineering data received from Engineers.
  • Plots maps and charts showing profiles and cross-sections, indicating relation of topographical contours and elevations to building and retaining walls.
  • Prepares site layout designs and drafts detailed and complex drawings for items such as pads, roads, drainage, and pipelines.
  • Prepares site grading and placement of basic erosion and sedimentation control measures.
  • Maintains good knowledge of governmental regulations, codes and ordinances and applies them to plans, as needed.
  • Provides civil design for a wide variety of small and large site development projects throughout the United States.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Strong understanding of construction process, design constraints, and required deliverables.
  • Good understanding and knowledge of civil site requirements.
  • Understanding of cross-discipline needs for continuous coordination with other architects and engineers, lead engineer, project management, commercial and procurement on multidiscipline design and construction projects.
  • Understanding of drawing coordinate system, including State Plane Coordinates.
  • Ability to utilize and import information from GIS databases.
  • Familiar with InfraWorks and AutoTURN software.
  • Intermediate to Expert level skills with AutoCAD drafting, sheet set manager, standards, line styles, dimensions, annotations, etc.
  • Expertise in AutoCAD 2016 or higher and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Experience using Esri ArcGIS desktop software, and third-party applications (Vehicle Tracking, HydroCAD, etc.).
  • Strong Microsoft Office suite skills.

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

 

Experience and Credentials

  • Associate degree in a related field and two or more years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of design is preferred.
  • Land development experience is required.
  • Survey experience is a plus.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Interior Designer-Higher Education & Commercial

This interior design position is ideal for someone who has experience in or is interested in higher education, with the mindset of enhancing the human experience within applied learning environments.  At GLMV we are value driven, hard workers who strive to seize big ideas and make them real. Interior Designers at GLMV collaborate with team…

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This interior design position is ideal for someone who has experience in or is interested in higher education, with the mindset of enhancing the human experience within applied learning environments.  At GLMV we are value driven, hard workers who strive to seize big ideas and make them real. Interior Designers at GLMV collaborate with team members to achieve creative solutions for our clients through programming, space planning, design, and implementation of finish schemes.  We value providing an atmosphere for employees to push their boundaries through personal and professional growth. Considering function, aesthetics, safety, and economy the interior designer uses knowledge of methods, materials, codes, and regulations (with skill and creativity) to design spaces that meet and balance the client’s requests.  Designers prepare presentations of their recommendations for interior finishes and furnishings and prepare construction drawings and specifications for each project.  This position reports to a senior interior design professional and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members.

Responsibilities

  • Meet with clients and/or project teams to program the project requirements. From project conception to construction administration.
  • Develop design concepts & present in project meetings with clients
  • Implement building and accessibility codes throughout each design
  • Prepare digital presentations with finish selections, furnishings, fixtures, and lighting.
  • Create sample boards
  • Draw and render interior design concepts in Revit model
  • Take accurate as-built measurements for developing floor plans and elevations
  • Prepare and update documents during schematic design, design development and construction administration
  • Respond to RFIs and check shop drawings
  • Engage in continuing education related to product updates, industry trends and professional certification.
  • Develop relationships with materials and furnishings manufacturer reps.
  • Schedule and perform work as needed within the team to meet project deadlines
  • Participate in project team interviews
  • May create project budgets

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Considerable knowledge of current trends in interior design and finishes
  • Possess a high level of technical proficiency in Revit drawing production
  • Working knowledge of material, and product costs
  • Self-motivated and well organized.
  • Strong collaboration and relationship building skills
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills using the English language
  • Ability to review, and edit specifications
  • Ability to prepare furniture cost estimates
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines
  • Ability to travel
  • Ability to inspect sites and buildings

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

Required Experience and Credentials

  • Interior Design Degree from a CIDA accredited University
  • 2 or more years of experience
    • Preferred experience with (higher-ed/commercial/developer driven/PPP
  • Proficient in Revit & rendering software
  • Experience with FF&E procurement and specification
  • NCIDQ preferred
  • Experience with higher education, commercial, and/or developer drive projects preferred; experience with public private partnership projects a plus.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Project Architect—Hospitality

GLMV has an opportunity for a project architect to take responsibility for specific clients and the design, planning, preparation, and delivery of their projects.  Projects are quick turn-around restaurant renovations, remodels and expansions as well as new construction.   The work is fast-paced and requires daily interaction with client representatives, code officials and external project partners. …

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GLMV has an opportunity for a project architect to take responsibility for specific clients and the design, planning, preparation, and delivery of their projects.  Projects are quick turn-around restaurant renovations, remodels and expansions as well as new construction.   The work is fast-paced and requires daily interaction with client representatives, code officials and external project partners.  Some travel is required for site analysis, documentation and assessment of existing conditions, and construction administration as needed.  This is production, management, and occasionally supervisory position is accountable for delivering projects on time and within budget, and reports to a senior project manager.

Responsibilities

  • Meet directly with client, analyze client goals and conceive and develop solutions to those goals within franchise, community and regulatory parameters.
  • Plan the project budget, milestones, and schedule and track project performance accordingly
  • Initiate and create schematic designs and plans with responsibility for the preparation of drawings
  • Coordinate workload through design development and construction document phases to complete documents on schedule.
  • Direct and coordinate with the engineering disciplines and third-party equipment vendors, reviewing construction documents for areas of conflict with all disciplines.
  • Write/edit owner provided architectural specifications.
  • Plan, initiate, and run project meetings, setting agendas, and issuing meeting minutes
  • Ensure code and accessibility compliance utilizing several competing and often conflicting building, life safety, health, and accessibility codes.
  • Coordinates addendum, ASI, RFIs, WCPRs and Change Orders and is responsible to incorporate agreed upon changes into the project documents.
  • Execute construction administration using Owner provided web-based workspace.
  • Analyze and negotiate pay applications and change orders
  • Report project completion for billing, approve invoices, and lead any necessary collections activities
  • Provide supervision and guidance to others assigned to facilitate the delivery of a project,

Developmental opportunities to learn and take on the role of project management in the division are available to incumbents in this position.

Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

Knowledge  Skills and Abilities

  • Strong Knowledge of restaurant design considerations and trends
  • Strong knowledge of heath department and building codes and accessibility requirements and their interstate variances.
  • Knowledge of design within the parameters of franchise agreement requirements and neighborhood adaptations.
  • Excellent written and communication skills–ability to speak and write clearly and concisely and to relate well to others at all levels and use diplomacy and tact
  • Planning and organization skills –ability to start and complete projects independently, using time effectively and efficiently, and managing multiple priorities
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities—working closely with numerous owner representatives and their clients on different projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to cope with change, can shift gears comfortably, can decide and act without having the total picture, can comfortably handle risk and uncertainty
  • Ability to move between running projects independently or through a team and participating in projects under the leadership of others

Physical requirements essential to the job to be included.

  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing using a variety of computer based audio-visual tools.
  • Ability to produce own work using computers, keyboards, mouse and monitors.

An employee shall not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.

Required Experience and Credentials

  • Licensed NCARB certified architect
  • Client management experience required
  • Strong proficiency in AutoCAD
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, Project Schedule)
  • Revit experience preferred
  • Restaurant and/or franchise developer experience preferred
  • Multi-state experience preferred

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

 

Project/Brand Manager for Multi-Build Restaurants — Kansas City

This brand management professional is responsible for specific client relationships and the planning, preparation, and delivery of a high volume of quick turn-around restaurant renovation, remodel and expansion projects as well as new construction. This is production, management, and occasionally supervisory position is accountable for delivering projects on time and within budget, and reports to the…

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This brand management professional is responsible for specific client relationships and the planning, preparation, and delivery of a high volume of quick turn-around restaurant renovation, remodel and expansion projects as well as new construction. This is production, management, and occasionally supervisory position is accountable for delivering projects on time and within budget, and reports to the studio lead in service to the client’s industry.  Specific production contributions will include site analysis and development, concept design review; brand management review, preparation and submittal of  site reports.  The work is fast-paced and requires daily interaction with client representatives, code officials and external project partners.  Travel will be required for site analysis, documentation and assessment of existing conditions, local jurisdictional meetings, and construction administration as needed.  Pleasant working environment with professional, technical, and collaborative coworkers accustomed to wearing different hats.

Responsibilities

  • Meets directly with client, analyze client goals and conceive and develop solutions to those goals within franchise, community and regulatory parameters.
  • Completes due diligence/site reports
  • Creates schematic designs and plans
  • Assume the following project management responsibilities:
    • Plans the project budget, milestones, and schedule and track project performance accordingly
    • Coordinates workload through design development and construction document phases to complete documents on schedule
    • Directs and coordinates with the engineering disciplines and third party equipment vendors, reviewing construction documents for areas of conflict with all disciplines
    • Writes/edits architectural specifications
    • Plans, initiates, and runs project meetings, setting agenda’s, and issuing meeting minutes
    • Ensure code and accessibility compliance utilizing several competing and often conflicting building, life safety, health and accessibility codes
    • Coordinates addendum, ASI, RFIs, and Change Orders and is responsible to incorporate agreed upon changes into the project documents
    • Report project completion for billing, approve invoices, and lead any necessary collections activities
    • Provide supervision and guidance to others assigned to facilitate the delivery of a project
    • May develop scope and fee documents
  • Reviews final sets for quality control
  • Assume the following business development responsibilities
    • Represents GLMV and seeks work from similar franchisees and corporations
    • Represents GLMV to potential clients in other industries served by GLMV as opportunities arise
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Knowledge  Skills and Abilities

  • Thorough knowledge of restaurant design considerations and trends
  • Strong knowledge of design within the parameters of franchise agreement requirements and neighborhood adaptations
  • Strong knowledge of health department and building codes and accessibility requirements and their interstate variances
  • Excellent written and communication skills–ability to speak and write clearly and concisely and to relate well to others at all levels and use diplomacy and tact
  • Planning and organization skills –ability to start and complete projects independently, using time effectively and efficiently, and managing multiple priorities
  • Ability to evaluate and approve or request modifications of pay applications and change orders
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities—working closely with numerous owner representatives and their clients on different projects simultaneously
  • Ability to cope with change, can shift gears comfortably, can decide and act without having the total picture, can comfortably handle risk and uncertainty
  • Ability to move between running projects independently or through a team and participating in projects under the leadership of others
  • Technical skills needed include proficiency in AutoCAD 2013, Microsoft Office Word, and Excel. Revit knowledge beneficial.

Required Experience and Credentials
The successful candidate will be a Registered Architect  with 8 years of professional experience with multi-state, multi-build projects. Restaurant and/or franchise development experience is preferred.  Experience should include client relations management and project oversight through coordination and collaboration with others.  Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

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