Design Manager - Senior - Large Scale Mixed-Use

Gensler Gensler Employer:
San Francisco, CA, USLocation:
Thu, Sep 27 '18Posted on:

Gensler is searching for talent that can lead the design management of large-scale mixed-use urban developments. We are searching for Senior Design Managers who can lead and manage multiple design teams and various consultants responsible for the design and delivery of mixed-use projects.

As a Senior Design Manager at Gensler, you will be highly involved in all phases of project delivery, manage day-to-day communications with our client, and lead and mentor team members to produce an exceptional level of design quality and client satisfaction.

What You Will Do

  • Act as lead design manager and drive the project delivery during all phases of the project
  • Develop and maintain project schedules, budgets, and work plans
  • Lead the relationships with the client, contractor, agencies, as well as engineering and specialty consultants
  • Prepare and review proposals, contracts, and consultant agreements
  • Review internal project accounting documents and process draft project billing
  • Participate in project marketing, proposal writing, and project interviews
  • Manage mid-size to large project teams, assign and monitor completion of tasks
  • Mentor junior staff
  • Oversee the coordination and document preparation for the project and provide quality assurance via review of project documentation

Your Qualifications

  • 15-20 years of Project and Design Management experience in an Architecture firm, working on a variety of project types, including mixed-use
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Interior Design or Architecture
  • Licensed Architect preferred
  • Extensive experience in all phases of architectural projects
  • Ability to provide excellent client service and assure project profitability
  • Desire to lead teams and to mentor junior staff
  • Strong programming and space planning skills
  • High level of design competence and expertise in mixed-use developments
  • High level of knowledge of state and local building codes, including accessibility
  • Sustainable design experience, with a preference for hands-on LEED project participation and accreditation
  • Computer savvy with moderate or better skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and Project), AutoCAD and/or Revit 
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