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Posted: 08/17/2015

John W. Baumgarten Architect, P.C.

John W. Baumgarten Architect, P.C., established in 1997, is an award winning, full-service architectural firm serving proprietary and not-for-profit organizations in the healthcare, education, commercial, corporate and public arenas. We are specialists in the master planning of complex phased projects and provide an integrated approach to architecture, interiors and engineering.

Job Captain
Professional Opportunity
Jericho, NY


Job Summary: An architectural Job Captain will work closely with internal and extended project team to create design and construction documents.  The Job Captain will work closely with all levels of staff and management.


Minimum Education Requirements:


A Job Captain is a recent graduate, holding a 5-year Bachelor Degree in Architecture (BArch) or a 4-year Bachelor of Science in Architecture Degree from an Accredited College or University. A Job Captain has a minimum of 1 year of related work experience under the direct supervision of a Registered Architect.  Enrollment in NCARBs Intern Development Program, is strongly encouraged and will be supported by the firm.



Minimum Technical Skills/Knowledge:


Possess basic computer knowledge of CAD-based systems (Autodesk Architecture 2014 preferred), Microsoft Windows-based systems (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, etc.); 3-D modeling experience preferred, but not required.

Possess excellent written and oral communication skills;

Possess strong interpersonal skills among the project team. Limited interaction between consultants and client representatives may occur.

Ability to travel to and from the firm to attend project site meetings/surveys is required.

Ability to work in a fast-paced design environment.

Basic understanding of Construction Drawing/Detailing of various building systems. Healthcare experience is not required.

Displays conscientiousness towards established project timelines and/or milestones. Ability to multi-task and manage ones own workload efficiently.

Ability to work independently and under the supervision of the Project Lead. Seek to be a problem solver and critical thinker, however, encouraged to ask questions for assistance in complex situations.

Possess a basic understanding of modern architectural / construction means and methods; and the ability to detail these systems effectively.

Key Roles/Responsibilities:

An architectural Job Captain must proficiently serve in the following capacities throughout the architectural project:


Assists the Project Lead by drafting CAD drawings based on schematic design sketches &  conceptual diagrams. The Job Captain may be required to prepare presentation drawings and/or 3D renderings, as needed.

Assist the Project Lead (Jr. PM, PM and/or Project Architect) in developing design and construction documents for biding and construction.  

Assist the Project Lead with field measuring of existing spaces and structures. 

Assist the Project Lead in inputting field survey notes/dimensions to create accurate floor plan background drawings.

Assist Project Lead in setting up new project folders/files; Scanning & Plotting, as required.

Provide support for any tasks required for the successful completion of the project. Includes but not limited to, research of products and materials, batch plotting and coordination of bidding sets, formatting of specifications manuals, etc.

Assist the Project Lead during the Construction Administration Phase, developing field sketches or drawings as required to serve the Project; receiving and transmitting Submittals and Shop Drawings to appropriate parties.

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