Hunt Hale Jones has a position available in our San Francisco office for an exceptional individual who is well organized, hard-working, professional and mature. The successful candidate must have an accredited degree in Architecture, plus 5 to 10 years of full-time working experience in multifamily architecture. This not a design position.
Excellent long-term career opportunities in a stable design and growth oriented firm. Compensation commensurate with experience. Our office is located in the SOMA within walking distance of all major transit systems.
Primarily responsible for the scheduling, coordinating, and administration of studio projects for multi-family
Establishes budgets, prepares schedules and monitors adherence to terms of contract, quality and client's' desires
Performs quality control review of construction documents for projects
Manages and mentors studio members with building code knowledge and CD documentation
PM is accountable for the success or failure of projects
Works under the direction of the management team
Five to ten (5-10 years) architectural management experience, preferably in the residential field
BS/BA in architecture field (preferable)
Strong understanding of project objectives, goals, client expectations, and project concepts< Advanced knowledge of Type V materials and methods of construction; and of UBC/CBC and other applicable building codes
Advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office
Advanced knowledge of AutoCAD/ACA (may be tested in this area)
Understanding of merchant built housing, product types and markets preferred
Excellent communication skills
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org; please reference “Project Manager for Multi-Family Projects” as the subject of your email.
Please submit samples of work along with a resume and a cover letter via electronic mail in PDF-format only. No phone calls or drop-ins, please. We thank all candidates for their interest; please note that only qualified candidates will be contacted.