Project Manager VIII

Yost Grube Hall Architecture Yost Grube Hall Architecture Employer:
Portland, OR, USLocation:
Mon, Jan 9 '17Posted on:

Yost Grube Hall Architecture is a growing design firm seeking energetic, self-motivated, creative people looking to work in an open, team-based environment. The Project Manager VIII is responsible for planning, interpreting, organizing, scheduling, and managing projects through all phases of development. The project manager must demonstrate experience in all phases of architecture and engineering services, including substantial experience in project management. The project manager must also demonstrate professional skill, high standards, sound judgement, and professionalism. The project manager will act as a mentor to others and support a continuous learning environment.

Essential Functions:

  • Ensure that project conforms to contractual agreement with client.
  • Effectively manage project budget to ensure profitability.
  • Effectively manage project schedule to ensure completion within allocated period of time.
  • Maintain ongoing, positive, and productive client relationships.
  • Ensure that project needs are satisfied by effectively managing project staff and resources.
  • Effectively and proactively coach, mentor, and provide performance-enhancing feedback to team members.
  • Implement processes to reduce risks and exposure in all phases of the project.
  • Direct activities related to construction administration, including scheduling, preparation of shop drawings, field observations, report of change orders, and pay requests.
  • Ensure that construction administration activities emphasize efficiency, quality assurance, and code compliance.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • The Project Manager will be responsible to lead a team of various people in all phases of project development.


  • A graduate of an accredited Master or Bachelor of Architecture degree program.

  • 20+ years of experience in an architectural firm.

  • 10+ years as a licensed architect.

  • LEED AP beneficial.

  • Revit, Microsoft Office, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and SketchUp experience preferred.

  • Technical experience in development and detailing of higher education facilities and Occupancy Groups A, B, E and M.

  • Technical understanding of building systems in Type I, Type II and Type III construction.

  • Ability to travel internationally up to 10% beneficial.

  • Bilingual beneficial.

  • Excellent organizational, time management and interpersonal skills are required.

  • Must have excellent writing and communication skills.


    Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Employment will be contingent on successful completion of a comprehensive background screening and E-Verify.

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