Profit Sharing (after two years); year-end bonus; health insurance; flexible hours
3 openings available.
Internal Number: JRA 05.2022.01
We are seeking a highly-motivated Project Manager with a minimum of 8 years of experience to manage multiple projects ranging in scale from 30-200K square feet (cultural institution and/or multi-unit housing experience is a bonus). The position requires experience managing multiple projects, coordinating all project efforts both administrative and technical, to ensure efficient and cost-effective execution of assigned projects. Project Manager will serve as liaison to client and and actively manage project budgets, schedules, project communications and documentation, office administrative tasks and team assignments. Candidates must have an accredited degree in architecture, possess excellent communication skills, and be detail-oriented. Licensure is preferred but not required. Candidates should be proficient in industry software (Revit & Autocad).
Applicants should send cover letter, resume, and work samples in PDF format to email@example.com. Please use Project Manager in email subject line. Be specific about prior project management experience and software capabilities in the cover letter. No calls, please.
Founded in 1999, John Ronan Architects is an internationally-recognized design firm based in Chicago and comprised of dedicated design professionals committed to producing architecture of the highest quality, marked by conceptual innovation, exploration of materiality, and a rigorous attention to detail. The firm has a studio culture and its working method is research-based and collaborative. The work of the firm has been published internationally and exhibited widely and is the subject of three publications, including Out of the Ordinary, The Work of John Ronan Architects (May 2022). The firm has won three AIA National Architecture Awards (IIT Innovation Center, Poetry Foundation, Gary Comer Youth Center) as well as AIA National Library Design and AIA National Housing Design for the Independence Library and Apartments project in Chicago. The firm practices internationally and its portfolio includes projects across a wide variety of project types and scales, ranging from house to small cultural buildings to university classroom buildings to high-rise office buildings.