Date posted: 5/2/2012
Company: Harley Ellis Devereaux
Harley Ellis Devereaux is an award-winning, full service organization offering a complete range of planning, architecture, engineering, interior architecture, landscape architecture and construction services. The firm works extensively throughout the Midwest and California with offices in Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.
Location: Chicago, IL
Responsible for the design and technical systems for small to medium sized projects from schematics through construction administration.
Responsible for building and system concepts and documentation process from schematics through construction administration phases within the discipline.
Function as discipline team leader on small to medium sized projects when assigned.
Responsible for overseeing project team members within their own discipline.
Prepare and monitor project status reports.
Conduct material and product research as required for project development.
Prepare and document required code research for project.
Attend project meetings as necessary.
Interface with other discipline team leaders.
Document interpretation and submittal reviews during bidding and construction administration.
Monitor staff to produce quality architectural and engineering services within a project team concept.
Perform other duties as assigned by the supervosor.
Bachelor's degree in Architecture or Interior Design preferred.
LEED Accredited preferred.
Minimum four years' experience in the A/E industry preferred.
Experience in Health Care project types desired.
Good written and verbal communication skills, and strong organizational skills.
Possess the ability to motivate and mentor staff, and delegate work assignments.
Computer and CADD literate, REVIT experience a plus.
Very detail-oriented, self-motivated, enthusiastic and flexible.
Ability to work well with others under deadline situations.
Capable of traveling to and from project sites for attending client, project and construction meetings.
Ability to access existing and new project sites for observation, investigation and evaluation purposes.
Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes.
Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
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