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Project Manager

SOLV Architecture Studios SOLV Architecture Studios Employer:
Rohnert Park, CA, USLocation:
Tue, Feb 23 '21Posted on:
Full-timeType:

PROJECT MANAGER 
 
SOLV Architecture Studios.  
Job Description 
 
 
JOB TITLE: Project Manager 
 
STATUS: Hourly, Non-Exempt or Salaried, Exempt 
 
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:  Mid-level design position performs architectural design, 
project management, and assists with Chief Architect on various residential and commercial projects.   
 
SUPERVISION RECEIVED:  Reports directly to the Chief Architect.   
 
SUPERVISION EXERCISED:  Coordinates work of Architectural Drafter/Designer.   Has authority 
to perform complex design duties under the direction of the Chief Architect.  May not change the 
scope of work or deviate from any other part of the contractual document without Chief Architect 
approval. 
 
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Work may require prolonged sitting, some bending, stooping 
and stretching.  Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, 
photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment.  Requires normal range of hearing and 
eyesight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports.  Requires lifting up to 35 pounds on 
occasion. 
 
TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:   Work is generally performed in the office environment and 
out of the office at project locations.  Involves frequent contact with staff, clients and the public.  Work 
may be stressful at times. 
 
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: (This list may not include all of the duties assigned.) 
1. Generate architectural design concepts. 
2. Generate and manage development of architectural design and construction drawings. 
3. Generate as-built documentation. 
4. Generate reports of diagnostic findings. 
5. Generate and coordinate all architectural and buildings systems, details, drawings and 
specifications. 
6. Site and field work including site investigation, existing facility inventory and field 
measured documentation. 
7. Utilizes knowledge of applicable building and zoning code standards, and incorporates 
relevant requirements into the project design.  Work with code officials and other design 
professionals when an interpretation or exception to building codes is required. 
8. Applies understanding of current materials and methods, along with good judgment, to 
solve design problems, but is expected to ask for assistance when needed. 
9. Develops architectural documentation, including specifications and project annotation, to 
the level appropriate to the current phase of the project. 
10. Administer Contracts for Construction including submittal review, review of payment 
applications, and level of completion review. 

11. Check progress of work and alert Chief Architect to changes of scope or additional 
services. 
12. Assists in maintaining project files in a timely manner. 
13. Promote use of and participate in development of company design and production 
standards. 
14. Maintain neat and organized work area which allows efficient access to project information 
required by other team members. 
15. Keeps Chief Architect aware of work load and anticipate when work is needed. 
16. Represent the firm in a professional manner. 
17. All other duties as apparent or assigned. 
 
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS: 
1. Experienced in all phases of an architectural projects. 
2. Knowledgeable of current and previous California Building Codes. 
3. Ability to interpret a building program and generate varied design concepts. 
4. Ability to manage several projects simultaneously. 
5. Must be proficient in the use of computer for design and operations. 
6. Mandatory Proficiency:  Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and AutoCAD. 
7. Ability to research and remain current on the latest construction materials and methods through 
review of periodicals and continuing education. 
8. Encouraged to participate in technical and professional societies. 
 
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: 
1. Minimum 10-years’ experience in the field of Architecture or Engineering. 
 
LICENSE/S: 
1. Construction Documentation Technician (CDT) as tested and titled by the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) within the first twelve months of employment is strongly 
encouraged.

SUMBIT RESUME AND WORK EXAMPLES TO: mcardle_arch@sbsarch.com.


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