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Posted: 01/05/2015

Employer
Ohio History Connection
Historic Sites and Facilities

With over 180 staff members, hundreds of volunteers and thousands of partners in historical societies, local history groups and local and state government, the Ohio History Connection champions all Ohio history, including the 50+ historic sites in the Society's network throughout Ohio. The Ohio History Connectionís network of historical sites includes homes and memorials associated with US presidents such as Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, or Warren G. Harding. It includes early cultures and mound building sites such as Serpent Mound, Ft. Ancient, or Newark Earthworks. Some historic sites help visitors learn about the entrepreneurial and literary genius and diversity of Ohioans. Other historic sites in the network are nature preserves and are great places to hike and take photos such as Cedar Bog or Wahkeena. From automobiles to wedding gowns, the Ohio History Connectionís history collections document both the ordinary and extraordinary stories of Ohioans. The Society collects, preserves, catalogs, manages and makes available to the public a vast collection of about 1.6 million objects in its museums across Ohio, and in its flagship museum in the Ohio History Center. Additionally, serving as the State Archives, allows people to discover the stories of the Ohioans who built our stateís farms, industries, businesses, schools, churches, social organizations, governments, and communities. Connecting people to the stories of Ohio is part of the daily work of the Society and is accomplished in part through educational efforts such as sponsoring National History Day in Ohio, and Ohio As America, an online textbook and curriculum for teaching the history of Ohio. Overseeing the Historical Markers program and the Local History Office are additional ways of connecting people to Ohio history.


Position
Senior Architect
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Columbus, OH
Details
 

Responsible for comprehensive construction management services as well as design/redesign as required on major and complex projects including all stages of architectural planning, production of contract documents, and construction administration.

Duties

  • Responsible and accountable for all phases of project delivery from inception through project completion for new construction and historic preservation projects.

  • Manages multiple aspects of Owner, team, and project coordination.Communicates effectively with project stakeholders.

  • Oversees and develops preliminary designs, construction documents, working drawings, and specifications.Ensures accuracy and coordination of technical documents.

  • Administers bidding and contractor selection process, conducts and documents on-site construction observation.

  • Resolves complex technical/design issues and provides leadership and guidance to project team.

  • Prepares and manages project timelines, schedules, cost estimates, and budgets.Issues job-status reports.

Other duties as assigned.

Education and/or Experience:

  • Degree in architecture from an accredited school of architecture or equivalent work experience, plus seven years minimum experience in the practice of architecture; or equivalent combination of training and work experience.

  • Certificates or Licensure:

  • Must be a registered architect in the state of Ohio

  • Must hold a valid Ohio drivers license and be able to travel extensively within the State of Ohio.

  • Knowledge Skill and Abilities:

  • Ability to apply basic professional knowledge to design of entry level complexity and construction management.

  • Ability to perform on-site design services, interpret drawings, specs, codes, standards, regulatory requirements, and carry out field engineering work

  • Knowledge of contract administration as it relates to construction supervision to administer contract once awarded

  • Knowledge of special requirements of the contract such as safety, EEO, labor standards, and regulations to assure contractor compliance

  • Ability to review project work performed by consultants; ability to assist in reviewing quantities, costs, accuracy of specifications, completeness, constructability, and to coordinate with other professions

  • Knowledge of internal organizational policies and regulations such as work assignments, training programs, vehicle use, and travel policies.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
All interested parties should submit a professional cover letter, resume with salary requirements to: applicant@ohiohistory.org or fax to Human Resources at (614) 297-2293.
Fax: (614) 297-2293
ADDRESS
Ohio History Center
800 E. 17th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43211

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