Project Manager - Myefski Architects, Inc.


Myefski Architects, Inc. / Chicago, IL or Marquette, MI, IL / Website


Myefski Architects is an award-winning Architecture, Planning and Interior Design firm committed to design excellence in all markets.

Myefski Architects headquarters are conveniently located in the Wrigley Building, overlooking the Chicago River on Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago, Illinois. A branch office is located in the Lake Superior shoreline city of Marquette, Michigan. Positions are open in both our Chicago and Marquette offices.

MA operates an in-office, in-person studio environment. Established protocols allow our teams to safely engage and collaborate which ultimately leads to heightened ingenuity and creativity. Our studio environment gives us the ability to be flexible and quickly respond to projects while providing opportunities for professional growth and development.

MA offers a competitive salary with a benefits plan that includes medical, dental, life, as well as short- and long-term disability insurance, in addition to flexible arrival/departure times, paid time off, paid flexible hours, paid holiday hours, and retirement savings plan.


A Project Manager is a position in which an individual is able to manage multiple architectural projects of varying project types. Persons in this position will report to a Principal, Associate, or Senior Project Manager regarding management of their project. Tasks include but are not limited to:

Researches zoning accessibility and building code
Investigates, evaluates, and recommends design solutions
Provides consultation in the planning, design, and coordination of projects
Assists in preparing construction documents under direction of others
Prepares presentation, design drawings, and details
Carries out assignments requiring development of new/improved techniques/procedures
Attends meetings with and coordinates with clients, consultants, and contractors
Applies knowledge of architectural principles and practices in broad array of assignments
Responsible for gaining approval of materials
Responsible for interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating assignments
Conducts site visits and prepares field reports
Makes decisions on architectural design problems and methods
Supervises/Manages small staff of architects and/or technicians (1-3)


Minimum of seven (7) years of architectural experience
Bachelor of Architecture
Assisted in 1-2 full projects from Schematic Design through completion
LEED AP, LEED BD+C preferred
Working experience in architectural software such as AutoCAD, Revit, and SketchUp
Knowledge of architectural vocabulary and concepts
Knowledge of code and zoning
Knowledge of architectural detailing
Knowledge of materials, methods, and tools
Knowledge of the practical application of engineering science and technology


Iris Gill
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