Reference Number: R-020577
The Office of the University Architect at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX is accepting applications for the position of Project Architect. Information about the Office of the University Architect can be found at http://universityarchitect.
The Project Architect is responsible for acting on behalf of the Office of the University Architect as a representative in the project management of capital projects for renovation and new construction on campus. Will coordinate design and construction of changes to the campus built environment with users, Facilities Services/SSC, and the TAMU System Facilities Planning and Construction (FP&C) office; and ensure that proposed projects are in compliance with the Campus Master Plan (such as the Campus Development Plan, Architectural Campus Guidelines, and Heritage Conservation guidelines) and TAMU design standards.
The position requires high-level project management skills, the ability to manage a high volume of work within multiple project deadlines requiring a professional level of accountability, and strong organizational skills. Due to job responsibilities, the ability to review and provide detailed feedback on project mock-ups in relation to materiality and context is imperative as well as critical thinking, attention to detail, and drive/initiative.
Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Architectural Engineering or closely related field or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience in facilities design and construction, to include 3 years of project management, developing design contracts, budgets and coordinating the design team(s) for large projects ($4M+). Registered architect in the State of Texas and/or registration within one (1) year of initial appointment is required. Experience as a staff architect or consultant at a major university is preferred.
For additional job details and to apply, visit https://jobs.tamu.edu/ and search for Project Architect, position number R-020577. Applications must include a letter of interest and resume.
Cover letter and resume