NAC is seeking a Job Captain to join our talented and collaborative team in the LA office. NAC is a national firm with over 180 employees in Los Angeles, Seattle and Spokane, WA with a mission to create exceptional places for learning, healing and human development. Our Chinatown office is growing and we'd like you to be a part of this excitement!
The Job Captain is responsible for running projects; coordinating consultants, managing set production, and facilitating communication. He or she will be involved in all phases of the project delivery and will coordinate with the Project Manager and Project Architect to ensure the project is on schedule and meeting the set standards. Candidates must possess strong analytical, oral and written communication skills with the ability to build quick rapport with all levels of employees, clients, consultants and vendors. Candidates must also have a proven ability in problem identification and problem solving. The successful candidate will have worked with DSA and other approval agencies with a demonstrated ability to successfully deliver completed projects.
- 5+ years of experience in an Architecture firm, work with educational projects preferred
- Knowledge and experience in all phases of architectural projects
- Ability to collaborate with team members
- Knowledge of state and local building codes including accessibility and DSA
- Effective verbal communication and presentation techniques
- Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office, AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino and Photoshop.
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in Architecture
- Architectural license and LEED accreditation is preferred
- For consideration, please submit cover letter, resume, and work sample in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- NAC Architecture is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race; color; ancestry; religion; marital status; sex; sexual orientation; citizenship; national origin; age; physical or mental handicaps or disabilities; medical condition; or special disabled, Vietnam-era or veteran status or any other basis protected by law. No question on our application is intended to secure information to be used for such discrimination. Applicants for employment are evaluated on the basis of educational training, professional or other employment experience, professional licensing (when appropriate), and job-related skills and knowledge. If you require accommodation to complete an application or for the interview process, please contact the Human Resources Department.