· Develop and manage project work plans, budgets, & schedules.
· Prepare a variety of studies and reports, including, but not limited to: Existing Conditions Assessments; Feasibility Studies; Code Analysis; Historic Structure Reports; and HABS/HAER Drawings.
· Provide project manager and/or project architect role on architecture projects, as prime or sub consultant.
· Prepare contract documents.
· Manage and coordinate multi-disciplinary teams.
· Client Communication.
· Supervise/mentor junior staff.
· 7-10 years professional experience.
· A professional degree in Architecture.
· Architectural licensure (preferably in California).
· Ability to lead collaborative teams for large projects and work individually on smaller projects simultaneously.
· Proven ability to manage clients and meet their expectations.
· A proven record of delivering projects within an agreed to schedule and budget.
· Meet the National Park Services Professional Qualifications Standards (Code of Federal Regulations, 36 CFR Part 61) for Historic Architecture or Architecture.
· Outstanding research, writing, proofreading and editing skills.
· Ability to collaboratively manage teams for large projects and work individually on smaller projects simultaneously.
· Fluency in the Microsoft Office program suite and AutoCAD.
· Communicative, self-motivated, enthusiastic, dependable and interested in growth.
· Experience rehabilitating or adaptively re-using historic buildings.