Project Manager/Studio Coordinator

Syracuse University Syracuse University Employer:
New York, NY, USLocation:
Thu, May 10 '18Posted on:

The School of Architecture seeks a Project Manager/Studio Coordinator for the New York Architecture Studio at the Fisher Center to provide administrative and operational support, and assist in coordinating and managing design studios under the direction of faculty and visiting critics. This position provides administrative and academic support for the Architecture program at the Fisher Center in NYC. This position will provide support for the Program Director in scheduling studio coverage, interface with visiting faculty, assistance with extensive programming, arranging housing for students, managing the program budget, and other administrative support as needed.This appointment requires residency in New York City.

A bachelor’s degree is required; familiarity with the architecture profession or a related design field is preferred. Requires at least two (2) years of experience working with students and faculty to deliver academic and other support services in a creative studio environment. Requires high level organizational and management skills, and the ability to work with students and faculty in an academic setting.
Requires creative problem solving and thorough knowledge of academic and administrative policies as well as familiarity with printing and plotting technology. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including facility with social media platforms, and the ability to work collaboratively are required.  Provide administrative and operational support to the NYC Program Director.

Responsibilities include the following:

Manage credit card reconciliation process, communicate with Syracuse financial staff on overall budget management, manage housing for students in NYC including liaison with landlord and SU Real Estate office, communicate with Associate Dean and Dean’s office in the Syracuse School of Architecture, as needed.

Provide logistical support for extensive field trip program, and serve as a resource to students and faculty in planning field trips.

Serve as studio coordinator for students and faculty and visiting critics including organizing and scheduling reviews, managing studio technology and printing, and logistical support for guests.

Coordinate Architecture lecture series and other special events at the Fisher Center

Interested candidates are invited to apply online at the link below.


For more information and to apply, please visit the following site. All applications must be submitted electronically.

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