PROJECT ARCHITECT COMPANY PROFILE:
- CDP is hand selecting candidates for a recognized industry leader.
- If selected, you’ll be advancing your career with an organization that values employees and actively invests in their success.
- This organization is a strong community partner and invests in the quality of life of their employees, community, and charitable organizations.
- This company has flexible hours and the sharpest office in Tulsa
PROJECT ARCHITECT BENEFITS:
- Competitive salary commensurate with experience
- Comprehensive benefits include: Health, Dental, 401k with match, flexible hours and more
PROJECT ARCHITECT IMPACT:
- The ideal candidate needs to be able to work well with people at all levels of the firm and have architectural design and production experience.
- This candidate will be self-motivated and demonstrate a willingness to learn, share and contribute to our collaborative office environment.
PROJECT ARCHITECT DETAILS:
- Excellent writing and presentation skills for reports, proposals, applications and contracts.
- Ability to adapt plans according to circumstances and resolve issues during construction.
- Maintain contact with existing clients.
- Create and administer schedule and budget.
- Review plans for quality assurance.
- Liaising with construction professionals about the feasibility of potential projects.
- Traveling regularly to building sites, proposed locations and client meetings.
- Professional (NAAB Accredited) Degree in Architecture
- Strong Revit and production skills required
- Graphic communication skills to support a variety of presentation media: presentation drawings, marketing materials, feasibility studies, etc. Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign skills
- Skilled in analytical thinking, modeling, and rendering to support the design process
- Possess knowledge of building codes, specifications, and construction materials
- Public safety, civic, or detention experience a plus
- Advance Your Career – Apply Today.
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