Careers At Perkins Eastman

Project Manager III - Housing

Department: Studio 1
Location: San Francisco, CA

Project Manager/Architect is a project leadership position with responsibility for architectural design and technical production of projects. Perkins Eastman covers multiple practice areas including education, healthcare, senior living and housing. We are seeking an individual with strong technical and communication skills working within the design team to create exemplary buildings to suit clients’ and users’ needs.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage the overall project through all design phases including client interaction, schedule and financial performance. Strong organizational, communication, and leadership skills are essential.
  • Assist Principal-in-Charge with generating Design Services Proposals
  • Understand contracts and run projects from inception through to project closeout
  • Manage project teams, determining staffing roles required to meet project milestones
  • Responsible for all aspects of project management including budgeting, staffing, billing and consultant billing
  • Manage and/or generate details, both exterior and interior within a Revit context
  • Lead in coordination with consultants and design team
  • Coordinate material identification and specifications
  • Quality control of the contract documents
  • Lead all aspects of the Construction Administration phase including meetings, submittals and preparation of field sketches.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor or Master degree in Architecture is required
  • Minimum 5 to 10 years of experience with Housing projects
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills
  • Familiarity with Deltek Vision Software a plus
  • Proficient with computer-assisted design software such as Revit AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, In-design; Rhino, 3D software such as Sketchup is required.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office software
  • License required

 

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