We aggressively recruit the best talent in the region then foster a working environment where every employee has the opportunity to learn, grow, and contribute. At Parkhill, we invest in specialized training, continuing education, and professional…" /> Architectural Project Manager (El Paso, TX) @ Parkhill

Architectural Project Manager (El Paso, TX)

El Paso, TX

"Employees are our most valuable resource." You may hear that a lot. But at Parkhill, we don't just pay lip service to the idea. We act on it. We aggressively recruit the best talent in the region then foster a working environment where every employee has the opportunity to learn, grow, and contribute. At Parkhill, we invest in specialized training, continuing education, and professional licensing that propel our people toward their personal and professional goals.

Parkhill is a multidisciplinary firm that provides comprehensive architectural and engineering design services for a multitude of projects in the government, commercial, and institutional sectors. We benefit from our projects every day--our children go to the schools we design, we drink the water from our treatment plant designs, our trash goes to the landfill we designed, and we receive medical care from the hospitals that we designed. The projects we build together make a real difference in our community, and that makes coming to work each day just a little more rewarding.

Parkhill is seeking to hire a full-time Architectural Project Manager to sustain our higher education practice with our local higher education facilities. Are you an Architect that is passionate about creative design? Would you like to make a difference in your community? If so, apply today!

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS AN ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT MANAGER

As an Architectural Project Manager, you collaborate with your team to develop projects from start to finish. You see projects through from the programming/conceptual design phase to the completion of the construction administration. Your attention to detail is essential as you prepare construction documents. With your great communication skills, you coordinate with consultants, contractors, owners, and team members to ensure that our projects are successful. It is exciting to see your projects come to life!

In addition to documenting code review and compliance, you review shop drawings and project submittals for compliance. As an architect, you love that each day is an opportunity to use your creative mind and help our community grow.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Registered Architect in the state of Texas
  • At least 10 years of architecture design experience in Community-based or Higher Education projects
  • Proficiency in Revit Architecture, Microsoft Word & Excel, Bluebeam, and Sketchup

This architecture position offers a competitive salary plus opportunities for bonuses. We provide comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, prescription and life insurance, pre-tax programs for child and health care, paid time off, employer-funded retirement plan, short and long-term disability, and an excellent wellness program. In addition to our great benefits, our employees enjoy a flexible work schedule, professional development, and a life balance work environment.