Little Diversified Architectural Consulting Inc. Project Manager, Healthcare in Charlotte, North Carolina
Little, nationally recognized as a “Best Firm to Work For” and one of the nation’s most progressive design firms, is seeking an Architectural Project Manager with a positive, collaborative work style, for our Healthcare Studio in our Charlotte, NC Office.
The individual selected for this opportunity will be working with healthcare clients and a team dedicated to advancing breakthrough ideas through design. The types of projects cover the full spectrum of healthcare facilities – with a focus on acute care. This position requires a team member that will thrive in a highly collaborative and client-focused environment with an integrated architecture & interior design team.
A candidate we’ll love:
You have Acute Care experience including complex and innovative projects, while maintaining schedule, budget, and client satisfaction.
You can ascertain various stakeholders’ visions and key factors for project success and develop a project plan to deliver results beyond architecture.
You are a resourceful, collaborative and creative problem solver.
You’re good with people – a strong listener, respectful, and have a positive outlook on life.
You’re a good communicator – people understand your ideas and the way you share them.
You are organized and utilize Lean Project Delivery methods and tools for project planning and execution.
You have professional drive and still have fun while you work.
A position you’ll love:
You’ll lead the multi-disciplinary design team, including internal and external consultants and construction partners in the project delivery process and producing project deliverables;
You’ll use problem solving skills in coordination with our industry partners: contractors, designers, consultants, clients and end users;
You’ll provide client services from project inception to occupancy, while mentoring other team members in their development.
Requirements: Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Architecture from an accredited university.
12+ years of hands-on experience in healthcare design and project management.
Architectural registration required;
Thorough knowledge of healthcare design, detailing, codes, industry standards and trends;
Our culture is energetic, curious, collaborative and open. We value people who are fun to work with and who have a positive impact on those around them. We are proud to offer outstanding benefits, compensation, and growth opportunities. We are committed to creating a better world through sustainable, resilient & regenerative design and we welcome people with similar experience and/or passions. To learn more about Little, please visit us at www.littleonline.com
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To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your resume and portfolio for review.
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