For Architect, Project Manager
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Company Name Turner Fleischer Architects Inc. Company Location Toronto, Canada Area Job description
“Love Architecture and Project Management?
Want to learn about, and support, a specialized team in Commercial Design + Realization?
Do these words capture your attention and your imagination?
If yes, we need to talk. Because you are:
a talented professional who enjoys the detailed documentation & Coordination of commercial retail and office projects from initial planning through execution of the work and delivery to the client;
enthusiastic about managing projects from construction documentation through construction administration to project completion;
Someone with a keen eye for detail in ensuring drawing quality and accuracy meets Turner Fleischer’s high standards and expectations;
a BIM enthusiast (or willing to become one), who knows the value and importance of technology in today’s marketplace;
a leader who will guide and coach staff on what’s required to deliver exceptional projects;
a great team player who thrives in a high-performance environment working collaboratively internally and with clients and consultants;
excited by the opportunity to solve a multitude of problems as they arise from site;
Well versed in the OBC and other provincial and national building codes and their application to the built form.
Are you still there? Checking off the boxes? Looking out for what’s missing?
Turner Fleischer Architects has an opportunity for a Project Manager to support our Commercial Design + Realization team. The ideal candidate will be a great communicator, self-motivated with a post-secondary education in Architecture and ideally 5-7 years experience. We require you to be organized, proficient in Revit, Microsoft Office and with a great attitude to support our team.
Send us your resume and a letter of interest that addresses the above. Then let’s talk. We’re looking for someone just like you.
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