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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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Susan M. Smith
Senior Vice President, CHRO
GLMV Architecture
susansmith@glmv.com
Phone 316.265.9367
1525 E. Douglas
Wichita, KS 67211

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Intern in Architecture, Kansas City

GLMV Architecture, Inc. has an opening for an intern in architecture in Kansas City. This position works with direction from registered architects to provide design development and construction drawing support services for a wide variety of architectural projects throughout the country. The intern can expect to start with smaller projects with short completion schedules or…

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GLMV Architecture, Inc. has an opening for an intern in architecture in Kansas City. This position works with direction from registered architects to provide design development and construction drawing support services for a wide variety of architectural projects throughout the country. The intern can expect to start with smaller projects with short completion schedules or with sub sections of larger projects. This allows the intern opportunities to experience full accountability for a space and understand coordination of disciplines and application of state and local code on projects. Proficiency and independence in these types of assignments will lead to opportunities of greater scale and complexity.

The minimum requirement for this position is graduation from and accredited architecture baccalaureate or master’s program with proficiency in Revit. Prior internship experience preferred.

Managing Architect/Business Leader—Houston, Texas

This leader is a licensed design professional with the technical knowledge and competency to lead the design and production of great spaces, as well as the client services skills sets that lead to new and repeat business. The successful business leader will build trust with clients and within their own teams, demonstrate understanding of the…

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This leader is a licensed design professional with the technical knowledge and competency to lead the design and production of great spaces, as well as the client services skills sets that lead to new and repeat business. The successful business leader will build trust with clients and within their own teams, demonstrate understanding of the needs of clients, and articulate and deliver on a value proposition that resonates with all stakeholders. This position works in collaboration with peer positions to develop and accomplish the business of the organization; and seeks direction, consultation and coordination as needed with the officers responsible for marketing, operations, human resources, and finance.  This position is accountable to the management team and the ESOP.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Build, develop and engage appropriate senior staff to share in maintaining relationships with potential and existing clients.
  • Build effective collaborative relationships with consultants, project partners, and internal leaders.
  • Research, identify and track future opportunities.
  • Estimate fees, determine scope of work, and prepare proposals and contracts on complex projects in accordance with the policies and practices of the organization.
  • Provide leadership and oversight
    • Oversee design presentations, monitor project design development, and provide design direction and support to ensure appropriate and consistently high-quality design.
    • Monitor project management and/or construction document development and facilitate direction as needed to ensure timely completion of quality construction documents within project budgets.
    • May seal documents
  • Maintain high-quality staff.
    • Effectively delegate oversight and monitoring of work of less experienced design professionals.
    • Effectively engage in and/or delegate career development of design professionals.
    • Directly and indirectly monitor and evaluate performance of all studio members.
  • Participate in coordinating and balancing the workload of the organization.
  • Participate in positioning the firm to take advantage of opportunities for growth and marketplace expansion.
  • In conjunction with other senior leaders, is responsible for realization of profits compatible with interests of clients and the firm.
  • Examples of job responsibilities are not intended to be all inclusive. GLMV reserves the right to assign additional responsibilities as needed.

Required knowledge, skills and abilities

  • Thorough knowledge of architecture practice, including, but not limited to design, building materials, construction methods, integration of engineering disciplines, and building costs and regulatory agencies.
  • Thorough knowledge of the target market area(s) and relevant client trends, concerns, and needs.
  • Working knowledge of relevant design and construction document development tools and techniques
  • Capacity to understand the operating environment, its influences and the human factors and dynamics.
  • Ability to manage clients, project partners, and staff effectively resolving issues arising from competing interests.
  • Ability to influence others to accomplish tasks and follow your guidance.
  • Ability to develop solutions and present project designs and plans to client personally.
  • Ability to find and develop unique opportunities to create value.
  • Ability to monitor ongoing client satisfaction and staff and project performance for multiple projects
  • Ability to verbally and in writing convey a message that facilitates action, using the English language.
  • Ability to acquire reciprocal licensure as needed

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

Minimum Education, Credentials and Experience

  • License to practice architecture in at least one state in the United States
  • NCARB certification preferred
  • Experience:
    • client relations management
    • winning project interview preparation and execution
    • experience building client and business relationships
    • producing and assembling full construction drawing sets for new steel-frame construction and renovation projects of substantial complexity
    • training and developing intern architects and/or drafting technicians
    • proposal development and preparation
    • planning and managing projects to contract requirements.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

PROJECT ARCHITECT—Kansas City

PROJECT ARCHITECT—Kansas City   The Project Architect (PA) has full responsibility for the production of the construction drawings and specifications for a project and varying levels of responsibilities for design and construction administration. Work may be performed alone or with the assistance of less experienced architects, interns and/or drafters. The PA is responsible for training…

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PROJECT ARCHITECT—Kansas City

 

The Project Architect (PA) has full responsibility for the production of the construction drawings and specifications for a project and varying levels of responsibilities for design and construction administration. Work may be performed alone or with the assistance of less experienced architects, interns and/or drafters. The PA is responsible for training and development of those less-experienced staff. This position will also provide quality checks for other projects and will have the opportunity to participate in and learn project management and/or business development activities.

Responsibilities for this position typically include:

  • planning, guiding, and checking the work of less-experienced architects and/or interns in architecture through design development and construction drawings
  • providing design direction to landscape architecture staff and interior design staff, and coordinating their construction drawings
  • providing design direction and drawings to engineers to facilitate their design of the electrical, mechanical and structural components of the project; coordinating their drawings to ensure that all considerations are met and that there are no clashes or conflicts in their drawings with other components
  • oversight of project under construction shop drawings and requests for information (RFI).
  • other duties as assigned.

The project architect may also participate in:

  • proposal preparation
  • programming the features of the project to the owner’s needs
  • design charrette and/or conceptual design
  • facilitating project team meetings with owner representative, engineers, contractors, and specialty project team members
  • value engineering
  • pre-bid meetings
  • LEED certification application development

The Project Architect may receive training and development for project management including contract preparation and management, subconsultant negotiation and contracting, work planning, budget preparation and management, and progress tracking and reporting. The Project Architect may receive training and development in business development.

 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

  • Oral and written proficiency with the English language
  • Ability to be thorough and detailed in reviewing own work and that of others
  • Interpersonal relationship building
  • Physical abilities include:
    • Travel by plane
    • Drive and travel by automobile
    • Walk, step over, bend, stretch, climb ladders as needed to inspect buildings and sites
    • Use computers effectively to prepare documents, draft construction drawings, and communicate with others.
    • Use the telephone effectively to communicate with others

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

 

Education, Credentials and Experience

  • Professional five-year or master’s degree in Architecture from an NAAB-accredited program and/or license to practice architecture in at least one state in the United States.
  • NCARB certification preferred.
  • Experience in producing and assembling full construction drawing sets for new steel-frame construction and renovation projects of substantial complexity.
  • Experience training and developing intern architects and/or drafting technicians.
  • Specific experience in healthcare preferred.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Civil Engineer, any location

Responsible for site analysis and planning, site layouts, erosion control, grading, storm water management, and utilities for commercial, institutional, and retail clients. Requires frequent interaction with professional staff, clients, contractors, local government officials, from conceptual and design phases, through the regulatory review process, permitting, and construction. Responsibilities Will Include Engage with internal and external clients regarding…

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Responsible for site analysis and planning, site layouts, erosion control, grading, storm water management, and utilities for commercial, institutional, and retail clients. Requires frequent interaction with professional staff, clients, contractors, local government officials, from conceptual and design phases, through the regulatory review process, permitting, and construction.

Responsibilities Will Include

  • 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 w/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 sub-consultants 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 coordinates 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 w/contractors, as needed, for construction administration and design clarifications.
  • Review civil drawings submitted by outside 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 Required

  • 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 Auto CAD; 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.

Minimum Credentials and Education Required

  • 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.

Equivalent combinations of credentials, experience and education will be considered.

GLMV Architecture, Inc. has been seizing big ideas and making them real since 1919. We have provided full scope architecture, landscape architect, and interior design services to four generations, from velum to BIM. Clearly, we plan to add civil engineering services in 2018. GLMV is a national company with projects spanning 49 states. More than 25% of our staff are LEED accredited and we are a USGBC Proven Provider. We have been a 100% employee owned ESOP since 2012. Build a sustainable career with us!

Wichita 316.265.9367
Kansas City 816.444.4200
Houston 281.870.1914
architects@glmv.com

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