Topeka, KS, United States
Manager, Design, Architecture
Wayfinding and Interior Designer Program Manager
The Wayfinding and Interior Designer Program Manager is responsible for performing a wide range of administrative and professional duties in connection with the design and selection of furnishings, finishes and equipment, and the development of conceptual space plans, to support capital project construction and related operational activities for the division of Space Planning & Programming. Duties require a high level of expertise in commercial interior design and through knowledge of finishes and furnishings utilized in Healthcare settings.
The Interior Designer performs a variety of campus interface and technical assignments to aid in the daily operations related to space planning, design research and coordination, procurement, installation reviews, and implementing of design standards supporting formal and informal environments. Duties will focus on layouts, finish selections, equipment and furnishings selections for clinical, research, office and commons areas within our multi-campus facilities. The position will also coordinate interior and exterior signage and wayfinding components, environmental graphics, and operational accessories.
Each project may be somewhat varied in nature, requiring independent judgment, to be successful the candidate must exhibit:
Stakeholder Commitment - Pro-actively seeks to understand the needs of our stakeholders (staff and patients) to provide the highest standards of service
Dedication to Professionalism and Integrity - Demonstrates and promotes fair, honest, professional and ethical behaviors that establishes trust throughout the organization
Organizational Excellence - Takes ownership for excellence through one's personal effectiveness and dedication to the continuous improvement of our operations
Success through Teamwork - Collaborates and builds partnerships through trust and the open exchange of diverse ideas and perspectives to achieve organizational goals
The Ideal Candidate:
Experience in healthcare facilities, as well as Interior Design license/Certification or Licensed Architect
Space Planning and Utilization by making recommendations regarding plans, usage and policy on the administration of space planning for the institution.
Supports the design process by interpreting and providing feedback on master plans, pre-designs, construction drawings, and sketches.
Moves Project Management by ensuring all relocations and renovations conform to the Campus Master Plan and Backfill Plan.
Institutional Compliance by ensuring organizational standards are adhered to on all projects.
Credentials and Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Interior Design, Wayfinding
A minimum of five (5) years relevant experience in architecture and design from conceptual planning through the completion phases of healthcare, research lab, administrative and/or large campus facilities is required.
Two (2) years in a project lead, supervisory and/or management role (may be inclusive of other experience) is required.
Demonstrated ability to read and interpret construction drawings and blueprints; knowledge and ability to safely navigate throughout a construction work sites.
Experience with regulatory compliance such as Fire Marshal, Code Enforcement, AHCA, ADA, CMS, and The Joint Commission.
Ability to independently create renderings, sketches, elevations, and test fits in CAD or Revit
Ability to independently create permutable construction documents for minor architectural projects
Experience conducting long term planning and programming
Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as Ability to facilitate a team to defined outcomes in a timely manner.
Lead decision making process with fiscal accountability and responsibility; while making independent decisions on architectural problems and methods and solving problems creatively.
Demonstrated written, verbal, interpersonal, and time management skills.
Working proficiency with MS Office
Master's degree – Architecture, Business, Construction, or Healthcare related field
Licensed Architect AIA
National Council for Interior Design Qualifications certification (NCIDQ)
Website : http://www.stormontvail.org/
The second oldest hospital in Kansas, Stormont-Vail Regional Health Center is the product of a merger between Christ's Hospital (founded in 1884) and the Jane C. Stormont Hospital and Training School for Nurses (1894). It has grown from a four-story hospital to a 586-bed acute care referral center for northeast Kansas. In the last generation, the health center has continued to serve the community while keeping pace with rapid changes in the health care field. Today, Stormont-Vail provides services not only for hospitalized patients, but for the growing number of outpatients. These services range from the county's most specialized level of infant care to a variety of older adult services. Our Medical Imaging Services include computerized tomography, diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, and ultrasound. The health center is serviced by an in-house pharmacy 24-hours a day and offers extensive pathology and clinical laboratory services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Stormont-Vail provides programs and seminars on health-related topics for the community. Health Connections at Stormont-Vail, (785) 354-5225, provides a link to those programs as well as offers a health information library about general health care topics.