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Project Manager

Peter Tolkin Architecture Peter Tolkin Architecture Employer:
South Pasadena, CA, USLocation:
Wed, Jan 22 '14Posted on:

Peter Tolkin Architecture is seeking an experienced architect/project manager with a minimum of five years of production experience in commercial building design.

Based in Southern California, the award-winning firm specializes in institutional, commercial and residential architecture. Founded by Peter Tolkin in 2000, Peter Tolkin Architecture engages social, environmental, political and aesthetic concerns as opportunities to create and build meaningful work. With each project, the firm brings an interdisciplinary process to its highly contextual designs. Seven strong, this small office provides the opportunity for a broad range of tasks and responsibilities, as well as a highly collaborative working environment. To find out more about the office, visit www.petertolkin.com

Candidates will require the following:

  • Minimum of five years of production and construction administration experience, a majority of which is in commercial building design.
  • B.Arch or M.Arch required.
  • Working knowledge of current CBC Title 24 and NFPA code regulations.
  • Both ground up and renovation project experience preferred.
  • CAD capabilities – must be able to put a set of construction documents together using AutoCAD, and oversee others in creating such documents.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills.
  • California or NCARB architectural license desirable.
  • Valid US work status, immediate availability.

Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Benefits include paid holidays, paid vacation time, paid sick days and an employer-matched simple IRA.

Send resume (with references) and work sample (in PDF format, 10 MB file MAX.) to info@petertolkin.com Please no phone calls, and also note that other file formats, larger files and web links will not be considered.

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