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 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.
- 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.