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Cho Benn Holback, a Quinn Evans Company, is seeking creative, talented architectural designer with 2 to 5 years experience. We are a 30 person office in Baltimore with a strong design portfolio in a variety of project types including commercial, educational, arts, and multi-family housing.
Candidate must have excellent design, production and communication skills. Revit capabilities are highly desirable, as is architectural work experience in new and renovation projects, preferably in the Baltimore / DC- and mid-Atlantic region.
Please send resume and brief electronic portfolio to Anath Ranon via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ziger/Snead Architects is searching for an intern with zero to five years of experience working towards professional registration. This position will support the planning, design, and coordination of both small and large new construction and renovation projects.
An ideal candidate will have strong design, graphic, and technical skills with the ability to work independently and collaboratively. Experience with Revit, Sketch Up, and Adobe Creative Suite is required.
Ziger/Snead is rooted in Baltimore and endeavors to support and improve the city through its work. We believe in the intelligence, ambition, and talent of our team and nurture professional growth through a formalized mentorship program, competitive benefits, and investment in opportunities for employee development.
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- The Washington DC office of SmithGroupJJR is looking for a BIM Manager to work out of the Social Security Administration (SSA) Office in Baltimore, MD.
- Working with us, you will:
- Assist with development of BIM/CAD standards and the implementation of these standards across SSA in accordance with the GSA BIM/CAD Standard.
- Update and maintain a viable BIM Execution Plan and to develop and maintain CAD Management policy that is consistent with the GSA / SSA BIM / CAD policy.
- Update and maintain existing BIM models as it relates to the space management through the utilization of FM Systems software. Integrate work orders such as Building Modification Requests (BMR’s) or GSA Reimbursable Work Authorizations (RWA’s) into the BIM models.
- Establish BIM models links with other software such as but not limited to building maintenance through the utilization of Tririga software, FM Systems, or other software.
- Prepare and provide existing building drawings upon request in various electronic formats such as but not limited to Autodesk AutoCAD and Revit, and Adobe PDF.
- Update and maintain the electronic document library. The library contains BIM Models, CAD floorplans, and PDF/TIFF Original Construction Drawings.
- Technical resource to SSA for BIM/CAD questions and related hardware issues.
- Provide training to current SSA staff on BIM/CAD related items as needed.
- Establish tools for BIM/CAD integration and maintain current CAD tools.
An ideal candidate has:
- Minimum of 5 years or more of BIM production experience. Experience shall include but not be limited to all building components such as architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, structural, civil, space planning, and furniture.
- In-depth working knowledge of current Autodesk products such as but not limited to Revit and AutoCAD current release.
- Experience working with Revit Integration and FM Systems software is preferred.
- Experience with establishing Revit link with other software such as Tririga.
- Familiar with federal government BIM/CAD standards.
- Ability to obtain SSA suitability clearance.
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Job Title: PROGRAM MANAGER III Recruitment #17-005478-0017
Department: Public School Construction Program
Closing Date/Time: 9/6/2017 11:59 PM
SALARY: $60,543.00 – $97,203.00/year
LOCATION OF POSITION: 200 West Baltimore Street, 2nd Floor, Baltimore, MD 21201
The Public School Construction Program (PSCP), a State agency, has a position available for a Manager of the Facilities Maintenance Group (FMG). This Management Service position serves at the pleasure of the Executive Director of the Public School Construction Program.
Main Purpose Of Job:
The Facilities Maintenance Group (FMG) Manager is a hands-on managerial and supervisory position with responsibility for support of the State of Maryland’s pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade public school facilities maintenance and operations programs. With assigned staff, the Manager is responsible for assessing maintenance practices, procedures, and conditions of facilities, and will advise and support Maryland’s Local Education Agencies (LEAs) through reports, comparative measures and sharing of best practices. Incumbent is responsible for management of team production and quality, and frequent communications regarding the required work products such as maintenance effectiveness reporting, trend data, and information of value. Incumbent must be clear, concise, and easily discernable to a variety of audiences utilizing letters, reports, graphs, and presentations. The FMG represents the Public School Construction Program (PSCP) on all matters related to school facilities maintenance and operations.
This senior level position reports to the Deputy Director of the PSCP and advisor to the Executive Director. The FMG work is pivotal to ensuring fiscally sustainable public school facilities that fully support learning within healthy, safe and fully functional environments. The FMG actively promotes/advances good maintenance practices and appropriate facility design. The Manager coordinates the work of the FMG with, and must have knowledge of, all activities of the PSCP, and must fully support the work of the Interagency Committee on School Construction (IAC) such as with active interface with capital planning and measures of fiscal performance metrics.
This is an exciting opportunity for an individual with strong experience in facilities maintenance and operations who wants to make a lasting difference for the State of Maryland’s students and teachers and has the strong analytical and leadership skills in data gathering, analysis and communications to get the job done.
Implement and oversee the evaluation of LEA maintenance effectiveness in Maryland’s schools by PSCP staff maintenance and facility assessment professionals, and provide comparative results and observations via post-assessment reports and communications to school system officials, the Interagency Committee (IAC), and the Board of Public Works (BPW);
Ensure the periodic compilation of performance metrics into public information and other statewide reports that are easily visible and understandable to all customers and stakeholders.
Review each LEA’s Comprehensive Maintenance Plan (CMP) and advise on strategies for strengthening effectiveness of plans, including integration with the capital funding section of the LEA’s Comprehensive Educational Facilities Master Plan;
Develop, advise on and share best facility operations and maintenance practices to support LEAs in the development and application of their maintenance programs;
Support and advise LEAs on the use of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems to efficiently implement CMPs;
Prepare accurate written testimony on school maintenance issues and participate in presenting testimony before governmental bodies and various other groups;
Develop guidance and procedures that support LEA maintenance activities, responsibilities and reporting; and,
Develop opportunities and incentives for district personnel through recognition, training, skills certifications and awards.
Position will require occasional extended hours to meet deadlines; effective communication and coordination with customers and staff; and occasional extended hours and overnight stays to best accommodate customers.
Education: Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university in a technical, scientific or engineering discipline such as Architecture, Engineering, Construction Project Management or a related field.
Experience: Ten years of experience as a Facilities Manager, Construction Project Manager, Engineer or comparable qualified professional involving the design, construction, operations, repair and maintenance of building structures or system services to include experience in team management and leadership and use of computer or web-based facility management systems such as Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) or Enterprise Asset Management (EAM software).
1. Comparable experience as listed above may be substituted for up to on a year-for-year basis for the required education.
2. Possession of certification or professional licensing in fields such as facilities management, mechanical or electrical maintenance, construction code compliance or fire safety that demonstrates competency in facilities management knowledge necessary to support large and complex facilities and their building systems may be substituted for the required education.
DESIRED OR PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Superior verbal and written communication proficiency.
Knowledge of facilities maintenance and operations funding and capital requirements necessary to maximize a facility’s life and functions and that minimize total cost of ownership;
Experience as a maintenance program officer or facility manager for large or multiple facilities;
Familiarity with public school design and operations;
Demonstrated experience writing documents, reports, and graphic representations that communicate important information from observations, evaluations or analysis to explain or advance an overall objective of an organization;
Demonstrated ability to communicate and work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders, and the ability to build consensus; and
Familiarity with the operations of Maryland State government.
Please make sure that you provide sufficient information on your application to show that you meet the qualifications for this recruitment. All information concerning your qualifications must be submitted by the closing date. We will not consider information submitted after this date. Successful candidates will be ranked as Best Qualified, Better Qualified, or Qualified and placed on the employment (eligible) list for at least one year.
The assessment may consist of a rating of your education, training, and experience related to the requirements of the position. It is important that you provide complete and accurate information on your application. Please report all experience and education that is related to this position.
As an equal opportunity employer, Maryland is committed to recruiting, retaining and promoting employees who are reflective of the State’s diversity. People with disabilities and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. We thank our Veterans for their service to our country.
For more information on this job, click here: https://www.jobaps.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=17&R2=005478&R3=0017.
Job Title: Historic Preservation Supervisor (Grade 30, #10204)
Closing Date/Time: 10/03/17 11:59 PM
SALARY: $69,175.00 – $120,559.00 Annually
The Montgomery County Planning Department is seeking a highly experienced preservation professional with a strong background in historic preservation ordinance regulation and program management to supervise and lead the Department’s Historic Preservation Section.
Montgomery County has a mature and vigorous historic preservation program, which is over 25 years old. The County has more than 20 locally-designated historic districts and over 400 individually-designated landmark sites. The Historic Preservation Section provides technical expertise and planning support to the Montgomery County Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) and the Montgomery County Planning Board on a range of issues that include local designation of historic sites and districts, review of applications for alterations to designated properties, administration of a county Historic Preservation Property Tax Credit Program, and a variety of education and outreach activities.
EXAMPLES OF IMPORTANT DUTIES:
The Historic Preservation Supervisor will lead a staff of other professionals, including architectural historians, preservation planners, and architects in this effort. Some of the major tasks that he or she will be responsible for include being able to:
Supervise and support technical staff in all functions of the Historic Preservation Section: design review, historic site designation, education and outreach, etc.
Provide program leadership: work with technical staff to assure that work program goals are being met, assist in development of future work program and budget items, network effectively with interest groups, and alert/inform the Division Chief of highly controversial matters.
Handle all administrative issues related to the Historic Preservation Section: present and monitor budget proposals, prepare all necessary work program reports (biannual reports, divisional updates, Certified Local Government annual reports, etc.), present and monitor new preservation legislation, prepare performance evaluations for Section staff, etc.
Provide support to the Historic Preservation Commission: prepare correspondence, organize retreats and other types of training, assure that all necessary Commissioner financial statements are submitted, etc.
Coordinate with other planning staff: work with the Division Chief to assure preservation input to master plans and regulatory processes in the Department of Planning.
Work with HPC, other governmental entities, and public interest groups: coordinate with Local Advisory Panels in historic districts, maintain contacts with State and County governmental entities which are also involved in historic preservation, maintain contacts with public interest groups, provide information for citizens interested in preservation issues, and act as spokesperson for the Historic Preservation Section as required.
The Historic Preservation Supervisor must have proven experience in historic preservation, history, architectural history, technical rehabilitation issues, program management and administration, and supervision of staff. In addition, very strong communication skills are essential – including writing and speaking in public. Strong leadership and the ability to administer a multi-faceted program are also critical skills.
Master Planner: Master’s degree in planning, architecture, parks, engineering, environmental science, public administration, or related fields and six years of progressively responsible professional level planning experience that included at least three years of project leadership and coordination experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Planning Supervisor: Master’s degree in planning, architecture, parks, engineering, environmental science, public administration, or related fields and six years of progressively responsible professional level planning experience that included at least three years of supervisory experience or project leadership and coordination experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
The Montgomery County Planning Department is located in downtown Silver Spring. It is conveniently located near the Silver Spring subway (Metro) and train (MARC) stations. The Department is an element of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (MNCPPC), an award winning, bi-county organization, and offers excellent benefits and competitive salaries. Transit subsidies are available. Work is performed in a typical office environment.
Job Title: Transportation Planner Coordinator (Grade 26, #11540)
Closing Date/Time: 09/07/17 11:59 PM
SALARY: $59,434.00 – $101,900.00 Annually
The Functional Planning & Policy Division Team of the Montgomery County Planning Department is seeking a Transportation Planner Coordinator to join one of the nation’s premier planning agencies and help shape Montgomery County for the 21st century. The Division works in support of Countywide growth management studies/policies and area master / sector /functional plan updates.
Job Responsibilities: The Planner Coordinator will be responsible for a variety of duties, including:
Providing technical assistance in support of the maintenance and application of Department’s regional travel demand model; assisting in the development of technical input data and the summarization of results derived from the Department’s regional travel demand model; effectively documenting all technical work and assisting with the review of data inputs for completeness and accuracy; and leading the integration of the Department’s regional travel demand model with Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Maintaining and updating observed multi-modal transportation system performance data in support of travel monitoring activities; effectively assisting in the preparation, analysis and maintenance of Global Positioning System (GPS) travel time datasets; producing the Mobility Assessment Report for presentation to the Planning Board and County Council; overhauling the Department’s intersection database to include Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) intersection delay information, and initiating the creation of a multi-modal GIS network for use in support of planning analyses.
Providing expert GIS assistance to Functional Planning & Policy (FP&P) division staff; producing customized maps, graphics and presentation materials; providing technical assistance in support of the countywide Functional Master Plans.
Participating on various intra and inter-agency technical committees; conducting community outreach events and information sessions as needed; keeping the Division Chief and Director abreast of various events and issues.
Preparing and reporting accurate and concise staff reports; presenting and defending plans and recommendations to the Planning Board, County Council and various planning process stakeholders; developing scopes of work for consultants; evaluating proposals and making recommendations; and monitoring work of consultants.
Master’s degree in planning, architecture, parks, engineering, environmental science, or equivalent disciplines related to job function and three years of progressively responsible professional level planning experience at the journey level; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
The Montgomery County Planning Department is located in downtown Silver Spring. It is conveniently located near the Silver Spring subway (Metro) and train (MARC) stations. The Department is an element of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (MNCPPC), an award winning, bi-county organization, and offers excellent benefits and competitive salaries. Transit subsidies are available. Work is performed in a typical office environment. See http://www.mncppc.org/commission_home.html
Sedentary work as required by the duties and responsibilities of the job.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
PRIME AE Group, a multi-discipline A/E firm is seeking a Sr. Architect/Leader for our Roofing and Envelope practice for our Baltimore office.
Primary work areas will include: assessment of roofs/envelopes, report preparation, design, quality control of roof and envelope projects.
- Project Sites: Primarily in the Northeast/Midwest and Military Bases.
- Duties – Generate professional, detailed field reports for observed activities including photos and overview drawings of the work area.
- 10 years of roof and envelop design experience.
If interested, please send resumes to email@example.com
MCA is seeking an experienced specifications writer for our Baltimore office. Minimum of 5 years working in the AEC industry for significant institutional, academic, healthcare and corporate clients. Requires knowledge of agreements, conditions of the contract, Division 01, and their relationships to specifications, advanced skills in specification development, proficiency in the use of specifications templates and software and an understanding of how to research and source products. CSI Certifications are a plus. MCA offers highly competitive compensation and benefits and a great work environment. Please contact Michelle Hooper, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. No phone calls please.
TCA Architects is located in Annapolis, MD.
We are an architectural firm that specializes in the design of educational facilities; a firm that has established a strong reputation for high quality professional services and design.
We are currently in search of Architects who are looking for a pleasant work environment and the opportunity to participate in all aspects of our profession within a team environment.
TCA offers competitive salaries, reliable hours and excellent benefits and a well-organized office.
Send resumes to Roz Clark at Rclark@tca-architects.com
Living Design Lab is a Baltimore City architecture and urban planning firm committed to innovation and social impact. We are seeking a well-rounded architect to assist on a range of project types, including healthcare. This position will work with senior staff as well as independently. Responsibilities include on-site survey work at clients’ locations, assisting with design, and crafting CD sets. We value life-work balance and are open to various working arrangements.
- 5+ years in the industry, post-graduation
- Licensed, or near-licensure
- Healthcare experience
- Renovation projects
- Field survey
- Creation and development of construction document sets
- CA experience
- AutoCAD & Revit fluency
- Extremely organized with ability to manage multiple tasks
Submit resume, including work samples, to email@example.com
Paralyzed Veterans of America is a non-profit advocacy organization seeking an Associate Director of Architecture for its National Office in DC. Candidate would be responsible for advancing the organization’s mission by providing professional expertise in the field of architecture. Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and be a licensed architect with minimum 8 years strong architectural experience. Must have thorough knowledge of accessibility codes and standards. Healthcare experience is a plus. Outstanding benefits offered; travel approximately once a month required. Please send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOBSON USA is in immediate need of Jr. and Sr. Level Architects for our client located near Towson, Maryland. Competitive salary with up to $1000 hiring bonus.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture
- Work experience – Sr. Level 5 years minimum, Jr. Level 3 years minimum of design, drafting and construction administration
- MS Office, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design
- Sr. position may require travel within the USA once/month
- Space planning, master planning, space analyses, design of new construction, additions, renovations
Benefits: Our client offers an excellent benefits package
Feel free to call us @ 855-462-7661 if you would like more information.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects is an Award-winning Architectural, Interiors, and Planning firm creating inspiring designs for adaptive re-use and new buildings throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. We have an immediate opening for a talented design-oriented Architect to join our Baltimore office.
We work hard and play hard – and make sure that we receive fair compensation for doing excellent design work. More importantly, we really enjoy what we do – working with each other – and with a great group of returning and new clients across many project types.
Our firm continues to grow and this is a great opportunity to collaborate with a group of talented people in one of Baltimore’s premier creative design studio environments.
- College & University
- K-12 Public and Private Schools
- Performing Arts/Museums
- Religious/Faith Based
- Libraries and Learning Centers
- Historic Preservation/Adaptive Reuse
- Market-rate and Affordable Housing
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS
- Degree in Architecture – Required
- 3 – 5 years of experience – Preferred
- Project Management Skills
- Strong Communication Skills
- Design Skills/Aptitude
- Presentation Skills
- Proficiency with AutoCAD, Revit, 3-D rendering and animation applications
- Medical Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- Paid Vacation
- Paid Holidays
- Retirement Plan
- Profit Sharing Plan
- Continuing Education/IDP/Registration Support
- Downtown Office Environment in Mt. Vernon
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects
Assistant Project Manager: This individual will work directly alongside project managers for the development of design and construction documents; produce rendered floor plans and 3D images for projects, and; manage projects under the supervision of senior staff. The ideal candidates will have an education in architecture (2 year or 4 year); will have 3-7 years’ experience; an understanding of commercial materials and methods utilized in mid-Atlantic building construction; fluency with Autodesk Revit and strong skills in Photoshop, InDesign, Revit and Sketchup; strong portfolio demonstrating written and graphical communication skills; the ability to multi-task and work on multiple projects at various phases.
Interested candidates may e-mail their resume, cover letter and work samples with “Intern Architect” in the subject line to email@example.com. Please send in PDF format only and include salary requirements and references.