Posted Wednesday, April 24
Do you have the skills to run small to mid-sized architecture projects or teams, but haven’t been provided the opportunity? Have you been stuck in a Technical Architect track, or have you been unable to advance into a Project Architect leadership role?
Now hiring a Project Architect to run a small team on small and mid-size projects. The perfect gateway to leadership! You should be passionate about design, detail-oriented, efficient, devoted to quality output, and wanting to lead small project teams on small and mid-sized projects.
• Prioritize tasks and handle project deadlines
• Help to train, mentor, and assist fellow team members
• Receive guidance on how to develop and nurture Client relationships.
Join an established architecture design firm in the Twin Cities with a healthy backlog and clients across the country, and a very strong outlook. Projects include corporate, recreational, and financial. This role can work through all project phases, manage projects, and take ownership over projects.
You will enjoy the work/life balance with flexible hours, work from home options, client parties, team parties, project site visits, and volunteering activities.
• Bachelor or Masters Degree in Architecture
• 8-15+ years of professional experience in architecture
• A strong command of design software including AutoCAD and/or Revit
• Knowledge of how buildings and drawing sets go together
• And the desire to manage a small team
• Licensure a plus but not required.
For consideration submit your resume to: email@example.com or apply online at: http://www.aecresources.com/looking-for-work/career-opportunities.html
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AEC Resources is committed to advancing careers in the architecture industry. We help job seekers by providing free technical training and certification programs, an expansive collection of unpublished job opportunities, industry mentoring, resume writing services, and a focus of connecting you with the region’s most sought after employers.
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