Intermediate Architectural Technician

Fogarty Finger PLLC Fogarty Finger PLLC Employer:
New York, NY, USLocation:
Mon, Sep 22 '14Posted on:

Fogarty Finger, an award-winning New York architecture firm, is seeking a talented, motivated Sr. Architectural Technician with 5-7 years of professional experience.

Working with the project team, the right candidate would be responsible for coordinating and/or undertaking the construction drawing and construction administration phases of projects.  We are looking for a candidate that has the experience in multi-family building projects.   

The successful candidate should have the following qualifications:

  • 5-Year Architectural Degree, Architectural license desired (or registration in progress)
  • Strong knowledge of architectural building systems
  • Excellent CAD drafting skills
  • Extensive experience organizing & assembling construction drawing sets with proven technical skills in detailing
  • Experience in overseeing projects through construction administration
  • Ability to communicate effectively with consultants, clients, and contractors; experience coordinating work of consulting engineers
  • Experience in wide range of projects including corporate interiors, townhouses. However, multi-family building project experience strongly preferred
  • Experience using 3-D modeling software
  • Strong communication, organizational and collaborative skills
  • Desire and ability to work in a fast-paced and rigorous environment
  • Salary is competitive and based on experience/skill level. Fluency in English, both written and spoken, is required. 

No telephone calls, please.  All applicants who are not U.S. citizens must describe their status to work in the United States, including visa type and duration.

Qualified candidates should submit a resume or curriculum vita and at least five (5) examples of the candidate's professional work to Please take care to ensure that your emails do not exceed 2mbs in size.

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