The Project Manager should be a licensed Architect with a minimum of five (5) or more years of project management experience including projects over 50,000 sf and/or over $25M. Candidates who are not licensed, but have sufficient experience as a design Project Manager may be considered. Experience in the management of projects for the Department of Defense is required. Experience managing large, multi-disciplinary design teams is required. Experience should include design of institutional, health care and/or public facilities. Design experience using Revit and AutoCad software is required. Travel is required for project field investigations and project conferences including potential international travel.
The Project Manager position requires a person that is both a leader and a team player and can lead multi-discipline project coordination. The Project Manager will manage project budgets; design fees; design schedule; project communications and documentation; administrative tasks and meetings; and architectural project team tasks and assignments. Potential candidates should have a professional work ethic and the ability to interface with the client on a daily basis.
Many of the projects will be buildings constructed or renovated on US Federal Government property. The Candidate must be a legal US Citizen, be able to obtain a US Passport and be able to pass US Federal Government required background checks.
This position offers a wide variety of project management opportunities that will enhance a well-respected career path and offers the possibility of firm ownership and advancement. In addition, the firm offers the Candidate a robust benefits package including health insurance benefits, life insurance benefits and a 401k/Profit sharing retirement plan.
Requires 5+ years’ related architectural design and project management experience in the A/E industry.
Requires experience as a Project Manager for Department of Defense projects.
Requires experience managing large scale, multi-disciplinary projects.
The preferred Candidate will have worked on the design of health care and/or government buildings and have a history of conducting on-site field work investigations and attending client meetings.
The preferred Candidate will be a registered architect. Non-registered Candidates must have significant project management experience to be considered.
Must have excellent problem solving and communications skills.
Experience with Revit, AutoCAD and Microsoft Office is required.
Sherlock, Smith & Adams, Inc. provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities on a case-by-case basis. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please contact the Human Resource Director at email@example.com.
Telecommuting is allowed.
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About Sherlock Smith & Adams,Inc.
Sherlock Smith & Adams, Inc., an architectural and engineering firm, has a solid reputation of award-winning design in healthcare, laboratories and other complex facilities since 1946. The practice includes both national and international projects. This, along with the possibility of an equity position in the firm, will establish any professional with a distinguished career. The firm strives to provide its clients with progressive design combined with the latest in technology. With engineering disciplines in-house, the design process is comprehensive. The compensation and benefit package is competitive for all employees. SS&A is in the process of expanding with the Montgomery, AL, Auburn, AL and Knoxville, TN offices along with the option of Remote positions. The corporate culture of SS&A is one of design excellence with each team member's contribution valued. The atmosphere is professional yet enjoyable.