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Project Manager - DG

Position Overview

Project Manager works under the direction of the Director of Operations | Principal managing the production of working drawings for various construction and project types.

Functions of Position

 As a Project Manager your role will include:
  • Oversee Technical Execution of the Project.
  • Manage project schedule and be sure deadlines are being met.
  • Coordinate with City and Municipalities for submittals and meetings.
  • Assist with Construction Administration.
  • Attend and Participate in Client and internal design meetings.
  • Manage individual project workflow
  • Regular Interaction and collaboration with coworkers
  • Assistance with projects as a TEAM including helping with targeted deadlines, group goals, and global firm improvements.
  • Follow and enforce Quality Control procedures.

Required Attributes

MOST important is TEAM spirit! Multi- tasking within a fast paced environment and competently managing personal workload with high attention to detail in order to keep tasks on target and projects on time of set delivery schedules and deadlines. A high level of knowledge of REVIT, Auto CAD, Excel, and Word. Understanding of local zoning, building codes and systems, energy codes, ADA requirements, construction documents, construction administration and related procedures.


Project Manager will report to the Director of Operations | Principal as needed for the project. Weekly team meeting as well as weekly updates on project status are required.


An annual review by the Director of Operations | Principal, peers, and related company staff will be used as part of the evaluation. The above functions of the position will be used as a basis of the evaluation, delivery of projects on time, issues with plans, and the interaction of the individual with the TEAM and company as a whole. Evidence of how you demonstrate company values. Lastly, each person’s individual goals will be discussed and how the firm and the job tasks throughout the year can assist in those goals.