Bachelor’s degree in Architecture. Seven or more years of relevant experience required.
This is professional and technical project management position. An employee in this class must be able to work closely with Equitable Distribution Program (EDP) consultants in the preparation of plans, designs, specifications, for newly constructed and renovated county buildings.
An employee in this position is responsible for applying professional architectural and project management / construction management skills and knowledge to architectural and space planning projects in connection with the design, construction, inspection. Including the bidding process, processing of requisitions, and project supervision to assure proper delivery, construction or installation of previously specified projects.
Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
Knowledge of the practices and principles of architecture.
Knowledge of public building design and construction.
Knowledge of modern developments, current literature and sources of information regarding design, structures and construction.
Knowledge of modern engineering methods, materials and techniques that apply to the design of buildings.
Knowledge of the principles and procedures of modern office administration.
Ability to plan, design and prepare complete plans and specifications for all building types including structural projects.
Ability to plan, schedule, coordinate and review the work of other architects, engineers, technical and clerical assistants in a manner conducive to full performance and high morale.
Ability to perform difficult computations and to make comprehensive recommendations on engineering problems.
Ability to express one’s self clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. Skill in the use of architectural instruments and
This requires the possession of a valid state driver’s license. Work requires willingness to work a flexible schedule.