Washington, DC, United States
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Duties & Responsibilities
Prepare work scope, schedule, budget, RFI and RFP for small to mid-size projects (
Attend design and AOC (architect, owner, contractor) construction progress meetings to represent owner, maintain construction documents, review ASI (Architect's Supplemental Information) and COR (change order requests) and analyze for budget, schedule impact. Prepare reports on project progress for internal and external use.
Supervise contractors and monitor project field conditions, work progress, and quality against budget and schedule. Communicate the deficiencies and challenges to the consultant and contractors for improvement.
Review project specifications and submittals; update construction drawings to keep a real time as built drawings and records. Provide progress pictures for the project. Identify issues and deficiencies and take corrective measures.
Provide updates to CAPS online system as assigned. Prepare and maintain budget for small to mid-size projects. Review application for payments and recommend approval for projects.
Maintain electronic and hard copy of drawings, specifications and O & M manuals database for all campus building, systems, grounds and projects. Maintain permits, insurance and Certificate of Occupancy information. Create and maintain an inventory for office and residential furniture and other FF&E items.
Provide periodic inspections for building envelop, architectural components, building code, fire, safety and signage issues. Maintain internal and external signage for the campus. Create new as needed.
Communicate to internal and external constituents all issues related to projects. Meet regularly with various departments for potential project impact and schedule impact. Provide sketches, drawings, research materials and products as assigned or required by the projects. Update existing AUTOCAD drawings to create as built conditions. Share project related updates and progress photos for internal weekly staff bulletin.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in architecture, engineering or project management.
3 years of experience in architectural firm or construction setting.
Knowledge of AUTOCAD, Vector works, Adobe Photoshop Illustrator and MS Office.
Master's degree and Project Management certification preferred.
Working knowledge of building systems. Must be able to read blueprints, drawings and specifications.
Excellent research skills in building trades, codes, regulations and jurisdictional requirements.
Excellent oral and written skills in English.
Must be able to work occasionally before or after regular hours and weekends if projects require.
Experience working with historic buildings.
Must be able to perform the duties of the position, including but not limited to; sitting, walking, standing, crouching, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crawling and climbing ladders to inspect the construction job site and campus. While performing the job, the incumbent occasionally will be exposed to variety of conditions at construction site such as vibration, noise, dust or exterior weather conditions. The employee must frequently lift PI106203052