Austin, Texas - 2022-09-21 Assistant Project Manager
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This is a terrific opportunity for an aspiring architect to gain valuable experience while developing your current skills. This opportunity is to assist a project manager who is actively managing multiple projects at the various stages of design and construction (including predesign, design, construction documents and construction administration). The company offers a culture of caring and respect while offering competitive benefits of personal time off, salaries, 401K savings, healthcare insurance along with registration exam fees.
In this role, you can expect to have some of these responsibilities:
- Perform project management activities as guided by an experienced project manager
- Maintain a cheerful outlook to best relate to your clients and teammates
- Visit construction job sites, client offices and school campuses
- Participate in design meetings with your clients and teammates
- Orchestrate verbal and graphic communication with the client and project team
- Prepare, distribute, and maintain various forms of documentation (drawings, specification, shop submittals, meeting minutes, schedules, budgets, and project updates)
- Observe and record field conditions and deviations from the contract documents by creating site visit reports and punch lists with photo documentation
- Assist the project manager at pre-construction meetings for building systems to set expectations
- Attend owner/architect/contractor meetings with the project manager
- Coordinate clarifications to contractor questions based on site observations
Now that you know what you will be doing, here’s what you need to do it:
- Master’s degree in architecture or bachelor’s degree meeting licensure criteria
- Initiative-taking approach to collaboration and communication with your clients, team, and contractors
- Prioritize tasks, manage multiple projects including their deadlines
- Read and understand drawings, specifications, and critical path scheduling
- Work with industry standard software including REVIT, AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Microsoft Office
- Technical knowledge of architectural systems
- General understanding of accessibility codes, life-safety codes, industry standards, building construction materials/systems and means and methods
- General understanding of civil, structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical and low voltage systems
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