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Posted 11/21/2016
Cho Benn Holback + Associates
– a 30 person architectural firm with a strong design portfolio – is seeking a full-time experienced senior marketing coordinator.  This person would work collaboratively with the Principals of the firm to support strategic company pursuits.  We are looking for a person with effective project time management skills, strong organizational abilities, and a dedication to high client service standards. Working independently as well as part of a team, this person should have excellent verbal and visual skills.

For responsibilities and qualifications required for this position, please see our website at www.cbhassociates.com, and click on the Employment button.

Please send cover letter and resume to Mark Nook: mnook@cbhassociates.com

Posted 11/21/2016
Ratcliffe Architects
located in the Greenspring Valley, is seeking an architect with 5-10 years of experience to join our residential team and grow with us personally and professionally.  The ideal candidate has strong AutoCAD skills, has the ability to work on multiple projects, has strong verbal and written skills, and is comfortable leading a team of consultants/subcontractors.  This position  involves all aspects of the residential design process from initial design through construction administration.

Requirements for this position include a Bachelor or Masters of Architecture degree, minimum 5-10 years of work experience ( plus if registered architect or on the path to become registered), excellent AutoCAD and MS Office skills are required. Rendering/Rhino modeling skills and Revit are a plus.

We value the talents of each individual and offer a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and disability insurances, paid vacation, sick and personal time, as well as, a 401k plan with company matching. Salary is competitive and based on skills and professional experience.

Please send your resume and portfolio samples to info@ratcliffearchitects.com

Posted 11/21/2016
DESIGN ARCHITECT
One of the nation’s leading Planning, Architectural, and Interior Design firms is searching for a Design Architect with 7 -15 years of experience to work in their Baltimore office.

Position Description
Part architect, part mentor, and part client liaison, Chambers’ Design Architect will fulfill a unique role in the company. In addition to your role as an architect, you will serve as a leader, supervisor, and mentor to the staff.

Under the supervision of the Architectural Director, the Design Architect will lead architectural design efforts, conceptual master plans, and building design. You will see the design through detail development and construction drawings, including building envelope documentation. In addition, you will coordinate efforts with all associated technical disciplines to ensure that deliverables are on target.  You will spend a portion of your days assisting the production team in the preparation, QA, QC, and review of construction documents. Conducting code review and compliance is also necessary.

Additionally, the Design Architect will also serve as a potential contact for our high-end private club clientele.

What We’re Looking For
First and foremost, a qualified candidate will have proven design experience indicated by a strong portfolio, experience conceiving and developing creative designs for architectural projects, and experience managing the design process from pre-design/programming through construction administration. Our ideal match will have demonstrated contract administration capabilities, as well as working knowledge of building codes, CSI specifications, and AIA procedures. Fluency in AutoCAD or Revit is a must, though additional software is certainly a plus.

The ideal candidate possesses significant experience working with expanded project teams including engineering consultants, general contractors, and vendors. With this comes the ability to work both independently and as part of a collaborative project team and project manager. Meeting aggressive deadlines and surpassing high client expectations is essential for success in this position. Preference will go to candidates with demonstrated mentoring and coaching abilities, as well as sharp written and verbal communication skills.

We are searching for a candidate with a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Architecture. Licensed candidates are preferred, or candidates with a strong interest in obtaining licensing in the future. Experience in hospitality design will make you stand out from other candidates with similar qualifications.

If you are interested in this position, please contact Rachel Swan at rswan@chambersusa.com and include your resume and any electronic portfolio information.

Posted 11/14/2016
Project Coordinator & Manager

Architecture by Design, Inc. is seeking 2 positions.

Project Coordinator : Requires a motivated individual to assist with the technical aspects in the development of various projects. Responsibilities include preparation of design and construction documents, and construction administration. The ideal candidate has 3-5 years of experience in wood frame construction with an emphasis on residential design.

Project Manager: Is for a qualified individual to perform the various duties of project management. Responsibilities include preparation of design technical documents (schematic through construction), interface with clients, consultants and jurisdictional authorities, management of project team members, and construction administration.  Candidate must have 7-10 years of experience in wood frame construction, with an emphasis on residential and light commercial construction.

Both positions require fluency in AutoCAD as well as working knowledge of Revit, SketchUp and Photoshop, as well as strong technical and organizational abilities.

Maryland residents preferred. We offer competitive salary, benefits, and a friendly work atmosphere. Visit our website at www.abd-architects.com. Send resumes to tgreim@abd-architects.com or fax to 410-480-3210.

Posted 11/1/2016
GWWO, Inc./Architects
is seeking Intern Architects with 2-5 years of experience. Please visit http://www.gwwoinc.com/careers/opportunities.aspx for details.

Please send cover letter, resume and portfolio to careers@gwwoinc.com.

Posted 11/1/2016
Dynamic and established Architecture/Planning firm seeks inspired Architectural Designers and Project Managers.

Proficiency with AutoCAD, Photoshop, SketchUp, or other 3D modeling programs a prerequisite for consideration.

Firm is located in Columbia, MD and specializes in sustainable multifamily residential & mixed-use developments. With an emphasis in high density rental housing and master planning.

Please email resume, portfolio, and work samples to info@hennemanarchitects.com. Applicants MUST have a minimum 4 year architectural degree.

Firm offers lucrative compensation including sponsorship in professional development, health/life insurance, Simple IRA, profit sharing, and competitive salaries to qualified individuals.

Posted 10/28/2016
Purple Cherry Architects
, located in Annapolis, Maryland, is quickly growing and seeking several talented, motivated and creative individuals to join our fast paced team. The ideal candidates will have a range of 2-15 years of high-end residential experience in an architecture firm and be proficient with 3D software (in particular, Revit). We are looking for individuals that perform well in a team oriented studio environment. If you are interested in joining our team, please email your cover letter, resume, reference and work samples/portfolio. We offer competitive salaries and a fully loaded benefits package. ABOUT US: Purple Cherry Architects is an award winning and high-end architecture firm serving the Eastern United States. Our firm specializes in custom, luxury residential projects featuring elegant architectural detail and beautiful spaces that excite and reflect our clients. Our firm also specializes in work for non-profit institutions. Our Principal, Cathy Purple Cherry, brings 26 years of experience to her work; the firm aspires to a level of beauty in the projects it designs through views, details, and planning strategies that are awe-inspiring. Our firm’s designers are talented, visionary, detail-oriented, and attentive. We utilize technology to its fullest as a visual and education tool. We encourage our clients to create virtual idea boards to help us capture their preferences and inspirations. Our firm has extensive knowledge and experience with the intricacies of working on waterfront properties and critical areas. In addition, as a LEED accredited professional, Cathy Purple Cherry has the knowledge and capability of integrating sustainable strategies into the design of her projects.  Please submit your resume and cover letter to Marcey Shepherd at marceys@purplecherry.com

Job Type: Full-time
Required education:

  • Bachelor’s

Required experience:

  • Architecture Firm: 2-15 years

Posted 10/27/2016
Job Title: Designer and Client Development

We are the area’s premier design/build company in the Washington market for commercial pools, water parks and water features. Current projects include MGM at National Harbor, the Wharf projects, Watergate, and more than 20 high rise buildings, as well as community pools and water parks.

We are searching for an imaginative design professional who is self-motivated and looking for a career opportunity to join an established firm, see their creative ideas take shape, make six figures and willing to work for it.  Leadership potential is a plus.  This is a very stable, long term position with lots of growth opportunities.

Please send your resume to jobs@poolnet.com for consideration.

Posted 10/27/2016
The Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA), a Washington, DC based non-profit veterans service organization dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities, is currently seeking an Architect for its National Office.  This is a unique opportunity to work with a small, fast paced architectural group. The selected candidate would be responsible for advancing the organization’s mission by providing professional expertise in the field of architecture. Registration with 8-10 years strong architectural experience is required. The successful candidate must be a results oriented, knowledgeable, articulate, and motivated self-starter. Must be a licensed architect; currently registered by a state, territory, commonwealth, or the District of Columbia. Thorough knowledge of accessibility codes and standards is a must. Healthcare experience is a plus. Frequent travel required. Qualified candidates should send a resume with salary requirements to careers@pva.org. EOE.

Posted 10/27/2016
Job Title:  Intern Architect / Architect
Company:  Transforming Architecture (www.TransformingArchitecture.com)
Location:  Highland, MD (near Columbia, MD)

Job Description:   Architectural Firm TRANSFORMING ARCHITECTURE is seeking a motivated and talented Intern Architect. The qualified applicant will have an opportunity to work on a variety of residential projects in all phases of the design process from initial consultation and schematic design through development of construction documents and construction administration. AutoCAD experience and SketchUp, as well as good communication and interpersonal skills are required. Applicant also must be self-motivated, not afraid to ask questions, a quick learner and have a love of houses.  Construction knowledge a plus.  Please e-mail resumes to Karen@TransformingArchitecture.com.

Posted 10/27/2016
KPN Architects is seeking talented architecture graduates with 0-3 years of experience to join our architectural support team. Applicants should have experience with Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp and Adobe Creative Suite, along with strong design skills and a desire to learn. We are a small, growing firm that offers a full range of architectural services, so this is a great opportunity for qualified candidates hoping to get a variety of hands-on experience. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume with your portfolio to info@kpnarch.com Attn: Principal-in-Charge.

Posted 10/27/2016
Architect/Engineer (Interdisciplinary) – Pathways Recent Graduates

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/453818000
Agency: Smithsonian Institution
Number of Job Opportunities & Location(s): FEW   vacancies – Washington DC, District of Columbia

Salary: $43,684.00 to $56,790.00 / Per Year Series and Grade: GS-0808/0810/0850/0830-07 Open Period: Friday, October 21, 2016 to Friday, November 4, 2016

Position Information: Federal – Full-Time, Permanent

Who May Apply: Recent College Graduates – Applicants who can be appointed to a job within 2 years of receiving their college degree or certificate. Veterans (precluded from applying due to military service) must be appointed within 6 years of receiving their degree or certificate. More than one selection may be made from this announcement.

Posted 10/27/2016
Gant Brunnett, Architects has an immediate, long term opportunity for an experienced architect to join our team.  The position requires a good, working knowledge of building design and construction, along with the people skills to provide responsive service to our clients.  Please submit resume and salary history to pat@gba-architects.com.

Posted 10/14/2016
Vice President of Architecture
PRIME AE Group (www.primeeng.com), a multi-discipline A/E firm with (13) office locations/415 employees within the New England, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Florida Regions, is seeking a Vice President of Architecture to be based out of our flagship office in Baltimore (UMBC Tech Campus).  This role will oversee and lead both the Architecture and Building Engineering efforts.

PRIME is a recognized as a leader in planning, design, engineering, and construction inspection of a wide range of project types including: Federal/Dept. of Defense, commercial/industrial and education/institutional facilities, and Civil/Transportation.  With in-house Civil, Structural and MEP Divisions, we are able to provide the clients with comprehensive planning and building solutions.

If interested in a confidential exploratory conversation, please contact Steve Mikloucich at smikloucich@primeeng.com

Posted 10/14/2016
PRIME AE Group (www.primeeng.com) is looking for all levels of Architecture roles!!

We’re continuing to experience sustained growth at our flagship office in Baltimore (UMBC Tech Campus – western beltway)!

Who is PRIME AE Group?

  • We are a well-established, multi-discipline A/E firm with (13) office locations/415 employees within the New England, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Florida Regions.

What roles do we have available?

  • Realistically…. ALL LEVELS!  We are aggressively expanding with the backlog to support it.

o    Job Captains

o    Intern Architects

o    Registered Architects – mid-career

o    Project Architects / Project Managers (senior-level)

o    Roof and Envelop Consulting (Design and Assessments – Architects strongly preferred)

What will I be designing / project types?

  • Military / DoD
  • Healthcare
  • Municipal
  • Education

Why PRIME?

  • Competitive salaries
  • Collaborative work environment both within the Baltimore office and the other (2) locations – Columbus, OH and Pensacola, FL
  • New office facility with a spacious design
  • Executives that are engaged/interactive with both the project and your personal career development/growth.

If interested, please send resumes to smikloucich@primeeng.com

Posted 10/14/2016
Architect – Roof and Envelope Design and Assessment

PRIME AE Group (www.primeeng.com), a multi-discipline A/E firm with a combined (13) office locations within the New England, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Florida Regions, is seeking an Architect for our Roofing and Envelope practice at our flagship office in Baltimore (UMBC Tech Campus).

A Registered Architect or a Registered Roof Consultant (RRC) is strongly preferred/

Primary work areas will include: assessment of roofs and envelopes, report preparation, design, and quality control of roof and envelope projects, including observations of onsite construction activities.

  • Work will be mostly in the Northeast/Midwest but may include work anywhere in the country. May include work on Department of Defense Bases.
  • Qualified candidates will be responsible to generate professional, detailed field reports for observed activities including photos and overview drawings of the work area.
  • 10 years of documented roof and envelop design experience.
  • RRC credential is strongly preferred.

If interested, please send resumes to smikloucich@primeeng.com

Posted 10/14/2016
Rohrer Studio
, an award winning Baltimore architecture and interiors firm, is seeking a talented architect to be part of our team.

We work on a range of diverse local and international project types and sizes  – with an emphasis on innovative solutions that create a high quality end product. Project types include corporate offices, adaptive reuse, restaurants/retail, educational, government, residential and religious. Current projects range in size up to 100,000 sq. ft.

Applicants should have a strength in design as well as excellent production skills through CD’s.  Experience in a range of project types is preferable. Experience should include interior architecture renovation. AutoCAD/Revit proficiency required. Photoshop, Sketch-Up and Micro Station abilities are a plus. LEED certification also a plus.

Desired professional experience: 8 years and up

Submit resumes inclusive of work samples to info@rohrerstudio.com.

Posted 10/14/2016
The School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) at Morgan State University invites applications for a Tenure Track Faculty position to serve its Graduate Program in Architecture in the areas of architectural design and one of the following: digital design, building technology, or professional practice. The appointment (9.5 month) will be at the Assistant Professor level. Qualified candidates will have interest in integrating teaching and research; we are looking for a visionary colleague to expand the curriculum in her or his respective areas. All candidates should have a record of professional and academic achievement and be prepared for the responsibilities of a faculty member in a Carnegie-designated research institution.

Morgan’s Master of Architecture program is one of two accredited professional programs in Maryland and is the only such program in Baltimore. Morgan’s course offerings in design, history, theory, technology, and professional practice prepare students for employment in quality professional offices and for leadership roles as programs, Landscape Architecture and City & Regional Planning, the Graduate Program in Architecture provides each student an inter-disciplinary basis for analysis, design thinking, and detail-oriented technical development. For more information about the program and the SA+P, please visit http://www.morgan.edu/sap/arch .

Position Requirements:
Candidates should have a record of publications, conference presentations, creative work, or other activities that have built a notable reputation among peers. The following credentials will be expected from all applications:

  • Professional licensure in Architecture and/or Doctorate in Architecture or related field. (Licensed architects must have a Master of Architecture or other masters-level degree. )
  • Prior teaching / research / professional experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with colleagues in a collaborative environment and relate to a diverse student population.

A successful candidate must demonstrate the strong potential for first-hand research. The candidate’s research focus will be expected to align, generally, with the assigned areas of instruction. The successful candidate must be able to teach advanced architectural design studios as well as courses in one or more of the following areas:

  • Digital Design
  • Building Technology
  • Professional Practice

Morgan State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Compensation and will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application Process:
To apply, send to jeremy.kargon@morgan.edu the following items in a single PDF file (20 pages max):

  • Statement of interest, including areas of teaching and academic research
  • Curriculum vitae, including list of publications
  • Graphic portfolio of creative work, links to select publications, and/or examples of syllabi with evidence of student outcomes
  • Four references with contact information

For fullest consideration, please submit materials by 12/01/2016. The position will remain open until filled.

Morgan State University is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity, and the diversity of its faculty, staff, and students. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Arrangements for accommodations required by disabilities can be made upon request. Morgan State University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, gender, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran’s status, or any other protected class in the offering of all educational programs and employment opportunities. Individuals with concerns regarding discrimination should contact: Ms. Jodi Cavenaugh, Esq., Office of Diversity & Equal Employment Opportunity, Morgan State University, Truth Hall, Room 103, Baltimore, MD 21251, (443.885.3580).


Posted 10/4/2016
Architectural/Engineering firm seeks Licensed Architect/Project Leader.
LSC Design
is currently seeking to hire a Licensed Architect/Project Leader to join our Studio in York, PA. Responsibilities of this position will include successfully executing projects, as well as leading business development efforts for this sector. The successful candidate must have experience leading industrial, distribution and process teams.

Applicants must possess the following qualifications:

  • 10+ years of professional architectural experience working on various project types and scales.
  • At least five years of experience focused on industrial, distribution and process coordination driven projects.
  • Demonstrated commitment to sustainability (e.g. LEED AP credential)
  • Licensed, preferably in PA, MD and/or VA
  • Strong technical knowledge of building and accessibility codes
  • Proficiency in Revit, CAD, SketchUp, and Adobe CS

LSC is a multi-scale architectural practice rooted in York, PA – a mid-size city with a rich manufacturing history and a growing maker culture/community. Over the past 35 years, LSC has grown by thoughtfully and thoroughly supporting client needs through a collaborative design process, paired with a razor-sharp knowledge of the nitty-gritty that turns a great idea into a reality – constructability, budgeting and scheduling.

We are now looking to continue shaping this practice by growing our team in the industrial, distribution and process coordination arena in order to take on more projects in the Central PA/Northern MD region and beyond.

Interested applicants may apply by emailing your resume/CV and a link to download your portfolio to dolschefski@lscdesign.com. Learn more about LSC by visiting our website, www.lscdesign.com.

Posted 10/4/2016
Ratcliffe Architects
has an immediate opening for a talented individual to join our commercial team. You will work directly with the Project Manager and clients in custom design development, construction documents and construction administration. This position requires knowledge of building codes and materials/construction techniques and strong Revit ability. If you are a recent college graduate with Revit capabilities this will be a position to put those skills to work. A Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture or appropriate work experience in an architectural firm are required.

Employees enjoy competitive salaries, a comfortable work environment and benefits including; 401K, healthcare, dental insurance, and paid vacation, personal days and holidays.

Please send your resume to us at info@ratcliffearchitects.com.

Posted 10/4/2016
Architect II, Bureau of Capital Development & Planning 
(Contractual Non-Civil Service Position)

Position Overview

This position reports to the Chief of Capital Development & Planning.

The Architect II plans, designs, reviews and monitors implementation of complex architectural projects including oversight of the production of designs, plans and specifications; evaluation and selection of materials; and monitoring of method of construction and project budgets. Work may also involve supervising or providing functional guidance to other design and/or drafting personnel.

This position will take on responsibility for project management of various building projects in support of the 2015 Recreation and Aquatics Facilities Plan, including two centers each in excess of 30,000 ft2 and budgets of over $11M (Cherry Hill – preparing for public bid and Cahill – in design), as well as other smaller architectural projects.

Job Duties

  1. Provides general overall project management of assigned projects, including preparation and maintenance of project time lines, budgets, status reports and presentations.
  2. Oversees the preparation of architectural programs for proposed facilities, conceptual designs, and detailed design development with the assistance of contracted consulting teams.  Consults with staff in other agencies, and internal and external stakeholders. Assists with public meeting preparation and attendance.
  3. Oversees the  preparation  of  architectural  plans  and  drawings  primarily  through  contracted consulting teams.   Examines, reviews, and recommends corrections of architectural plans, specifications, materials, designs, and methods of construction.
  4. Assists with the preparation of necessary documentation to retain consulting teams, including writing RFP’s, evaluating proposals, and evaluating invoicing.
  5. Assists with liaison and presentations to the City of Baltimore’s Urban Design and Architectural Review Panel  (UDARP)  and  the  Commission  on  Historical  and  Architectural  Preservation (CHAP) on architectural and preservation requirements.
  6. Follows the project through the bidding, award and contract execution phase.
  7. Supports the Bureau’s Construction Supervisor with the construction phase, including assisting with reviews of time lines, cost estimates, shop drawings, RFI’s, claims and punch lists.
  8. In conjunction with the Construction Supervisor, assists and/or advises operational staff with commissioning tasks which may include implementation of security and IT systems; selection and procurement of furnishings and equipment; and any other tasks required to obtain an operational facility.
  9. Assists Construction Supervisor with monitoring during the warranty period.
  10. In conjunction with the Bureau’s Planner and Design Planner Supervisor, assists with master planning and design program development for future architectural projects. Assists in preparing project cost estimates and descriptions for Capital Improvement Program submissions and grant submissions for future architectural projects.
  11. Other duties as may be required from time to time.

Working Conditions

The Architect II will typically work a conventional work-week, though public meetings, events or site meetings may require flexing time to accommodate occasional work days beyond 9:00am-5:00pm, or Monday to Friday.

Work is largely performed in an office setting, though attendance at site visits and construction meetings may require occasional exposure to adverse conditions. Work requires minimal physical exertion; however, there are occasional long periods of sitting or standing when reviewing architectural plans.  The Architect II will be expected to be able to visit and traverse un-improved preconstruction sites and sites under construction.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Familiarity with public sector building design and construction;
  • Knowledge of permitting and construction procedures pertinent to Baltimore City.
  • Ability to write reports emails and other forms of written communication.
  • Ability to work effectively with others.
  • Ability to effectively communicate orally and comfortable in public settings.
  • Ability to compute cost estimates.
  • Ability with  modern  office  software  including  Microsoft  Office  Suite  applications  including
  • Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Ability to work in Project Management Software (MS Project, etc.) and CAD an asset.

Education and Experience

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in architecture, architectural engineering, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university and five years’ experience in architectural design and implementation and five years’ experience in project management or an equivalent combination of education and work experience.

Licenses, Registrations and Certificates

Registration as a Professional Architect or Engineer in the state of Maryland is desirable.

A valid MD Class C driver’s license or an equivalent out-of-state driver’s license acceptable to the Office of Risk Management is also required.

Compensation and Benefits

This is a contract position currently at an hourly rate of approximately $40/hr. (exact rate negotiable depending on qualifications the background and qualifications of the successful candidate).  As a contract position, there are no benefits offered with this position.

Application and Selection Process

For additional information please contact Ms. Teresa V. Meli at:

City of Baltimore
Department of Recreation and Parks
3001 East Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Phone: 410 396-6131/Fax: 410 889-3856
E-mail resumes to:  teresa.meli@baltimorecity.gov

The position of Architect II, Capital Development and Planning will remain open until filled.  Interested candidates should submit a statement of interest and resume, specifically addressing the applicant’s qualifications, relevant experience; and other significant factors as outlined above. Candidates with relevant education and experience will be invited to an interview.

NOTE: Those eligible that are under final consideration for appointment to the positions in this class will be required to successfully complete a drug test and authorize the release of criminal conviction information.

Baltimore City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and promotes diversity in the workforce.

Posted 10/4/2016
Architectural Engineer, Bureau of Capital Development & Planning (Contractual Non-Civil Service Position)

This position reports to the Architect II, Capital Development & Planning.

The Architectural Engineer, plans, designs, reviews, and monitors implementation of routine architectural and building maintenance projects including production of designs, plans, and specifications; evaluation and selection of materials; and monitoring of method of construction and project budgets.

This position will be responsible for various building projects in support of Departmental development goals such as new park comfort stations, pavilions, or pool bathhouses; as well as assisting with capital maintenance efforts (eg. Re-roofing; interior renovations; ADA compliance renovations; etc.) on Departmental assets such as recreation centers, comfort stations and pavilions.

Job Duties

  1. Provides general overall project management of assigned projects, including preparation and maintenance of project time lines, budgets, and status reports.
  2. Oversees the preparation of conceptual designs, and detailed design development occasionally with the assistance of contracted consulting teams. Consults with staff in other agencies, and internal and external stakeholders.
  3. Prepares architectural plans and drawings, specifications and materials lists. Examines, reviews and recommends corrections of architectural plans, specifications, materials, designs and methods of construction submitted for review.
  4. Assists with the preparation of necessary documentation to retain consulting teams, including writing RFP’s, evaluating proposals, and evaluating invoicing.
  5. Assists with liaison and presentations to the City of Baltimore’s Urban Design and Architectural Review Panel  (UDARP)  and  the  Commission  on  Historical  and  Architectural  Preservation (CHAP) on architectural and preservation requirements.
  6. Follows the project through the bidding, award and contract execution phase.
  7. Supports the Bureau’s Construction Supervisor or the Contract Service Specialist with the construction phase, including assisting with reviews of time lines, cost estimates, shop drawings, RFI’s, claims and punch lists.
  8. Assists with monitoring during the warranty period.
  9. In conjunction with the Bureau’s Planner and Design Planner Supervisor, assists with preparing project cost estimates and descriptions for Capital Improvement Program submissions and grant submissions for future architectural projects.
  10. Other duties as may be required from time to time.

Working Conditions

The Architectural Engineer, Capital Development and Planning, will typically work a conventional work- week, though public meetings, events or site meetings may require flexing time to accommodate occasional work days beyond 9:00am-5:00pm, or Monday to Friday.

Work is largely performed in an office setting, though attendance at site visits and construction meetings may require occasional exposure to adverse conditions. Work requires minimal physical exertion; however, there are occasional long periods of sitting or standing when reviewing architectural plans.  The Architectural Engineer will be expected to be able to visit all areas of facilities needing work and traverse un-improved preconstruction sites, and sites under construction.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Familiarity with public sector building design and construction.
  • Knowledge of permitting and construction procedures pertinent to Baltimore City.
  • Ability to write reports emails and other forms of written communication.
  • Ability to work effectively with others.
  • Ability to effectively communicate orally.
  • Ability to compute cost estimates.
  • Ability with  modern  office  software  including  Microsoft  Office  Suite  applications  including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Ability to work in CAD.

Education and Experience

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in architecture, architectural engineering, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university and three years’ experience in architecture, architectural engineering or an equivalent combination of education and work experience.

Licenses, Registrations and Certificates

Registration as a Professional Architect or Engineer in the state of Maryland.

A valid MD Class C driver’s license or an equivalent out-of-state driver’s license acceptable to the Office of Risk Management is also required.

Compensation and Benefits

This is a contract position currently at an hourly rate of approximately $30/hr. (exact rate negotiable depending on qualifications the background and qualifications of the successful candidate).  As a contract position, there are no benefits offered with this position.

Application and Selection Process

For additional information please contact Ms. Teresa V. Meli at:

City of Baltimore
Department of Recreation and Parks
3001 East Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Phone: 410 396-6137/Fax: 410 889-3856
E-mail resumes to:  teresa.meli@baltimorecity.gov

The position of Architectural Engineer, Capital Development and Planning will remain open until filled. Interested candidates should submit a statement of interest and resume, specifically addressing the applicant’s qualifications, relevant experience; and other significant factors as outlined above. Candidates with relevant education and experience will be invited to an interview.

NOTE: Those eligible that are under final consideration for appointment to the positions in this class will be required to successfully complete a drug test and authorize the release of criminal conviction information.

Baltimore City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and promotes diversity in the workforce.

Posted 9/27/2016
Site Resources
has an opportunity for a versatile administrative professional.  Primary responsibilities for reception and clerical include file maintenance and office supply management, with daily opportunities to support finance, marketing and engineering.  Manage your time in multi-tasking environment, with eye for detail and strong communication skills.   Must be fluent in Microsoft Office suite. Deltek-VISION, Master-Spec, Adobe Suite, WordPress, graphics and social media skills also helpful.  Experience in the architecture, engineering or construction communities a plus.

Good office culture; excellent benefits; compensation commensurate with experience.  Please forward resume and salary history to joinus@siteresourcesinc.com.

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