Project Architect - Science & Technology Practice

EwingCole EwingCole Employer:
Philadelphia, PA, USLocation:
Thu, May 10 '18Posted on:

Job Description:

The Science and Technology Practice of an integrated Architectural, Planning, Interior Design and Engineering firm in Philadelphia offers long-term career opportunity for an Architect with 5 to 8 years of experience. We are seeking a talented individual with experience on Science and Technology with emphasis in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing projects who is looking for the opportunity for career growth into a leadership role.

We believe that this individual desire to further develop their diversity of architectural expertise including planning, design, documentation, and construction administration (CA) by supporting manufacturing and operational processes for pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. This individual will be primarily responsible for delivery, design excellence, project quality, compliance and client satisfaction. 

Job Duties:

  • This candidate must be capable of participating with the design effort from concept design through construction administration. 
  • Work with firm Principals and specialized planners to generate programmatic relationships that foster building configurations of great utility and design innovation.
  • Create buildings which serve the client’s needs and respond to their desired image, space, and aesthetic.
  • Assist in developing the client’s understanding of certain relevant architectural issues.
  • Develop the building design by testing it in relation to codes and other issues as they emerge.
  • Articulate design principles to help govern the detailing phase of the project. Author and/or closely supervise details critical to the design concept.
  • Collaborate with the engineering disciplines.
  • Help carry the design concepts through CA by providing support on an as needed basis to the CA team.

Job Requirements:

  • Experience working on S&T projects including cGMP Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • Experience developing Personnel, Materials and Product Flow diagrams and basic understanding in grade classifications
  • Previous basic experience working from BFD’s, PFD’s, P&ID’s and process equipment schedules
  • Experience with project scope development, programming, conceptual design, material and personnel flow development, material and system evaluation, detailed design and construction administration.
  • Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to react quickly to issues while fostering a collaborative environment is a must
  • A portfolio presentation of prior experience demonstrating the successful candidate’s capabilities in the design and production of projects in a “hands-on” environment is a plus
  • Professional Degree and registration required.
  • AutoCad and Revit experience.

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