Project Coordinator-High-Rise Team - Orlando

  • Job Reference: 65619030-2
  • Date Posted: 22 June 2018
  • Recruiter: Humphreys & Partners Architects, LP
  • Location: Maitland, Florida
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Humphreys and Partners Architects, L.P.
(HPA) is an Architectural and Urban Design, Master
Planning and Land Planning firm engaged in the design of high-rise,
mid-rise, mixed-use, luxury, senior, affordable and student housing
in markets across the country and internationally. We have a
reputation for excellent design combined with a high level of
technical expertise, as well as a reputation for exemplary customer
service. HPA is headquartered in Dallas, TX with regional offices
throughout the United States and Internationally.
We are currently seeking a Project Coordinator
to join the High Density (High-Rise) Team in our Orlando, FL
office. The candidate will be responsible for overseeing one or
more projects from Design Development to the Construction
Administration phase and will report to the Project Manager. This
candidate will interface directly with the consultants,
contractors, team members and architects.
Responsibilities:

Coordinate the completion of design and construction contract
documents under the supervision of the Project Manager
Research applicable codes and ordinances for assigned
projects
Collaborate with project team members to ensure contract
documents are complete and accurate
Lead project team coordination meetings and serve as the
primary communicator with the client and consultants
Manage construction administration duties, such as requests for
information and submittals

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in architecture or related field
5+ years of experience

MUST have professional experience in multi-family or similar
high-rise architectural projects

Technical proficiency in AutoCAD, Revit and Microsoft
Office
Basic understanding of concrete and steel construction
Strong attention to detail and the ability to work
independently with a moderate level of supervision
Strong written and verbal skills

Preferred Qualifications:

Master's degree in architecture
On the path to licensure preferred
Prior experience with Newforma desirable