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CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATOR – LS3P Columbia, SC

Our vision is simple.  In our commitment to the Southeast, we create architecture that enriches community through a culture of design excellence and expertise, innovation and collaborative engagement.  To us, that means our design excellence is rooted in relationships.  These relationships include those with our highly valued team members, with our clients across the region and beyond, and with the communities that we serve.

We believe that every voice matters and through design thinking and teamwork, we are catalysts for positive change for our clients and communities.  We are better together.

Interested?  Keep reading!

What You Can Expect

  • Ongoing engagement with fantastic design team members;
  • To develop new skills and contribute to world-class projects;
  • Participate in meaningful collaboration;
  • A competitive compensation and benefits package;
  • Professional development allowance to cover educational opportunities;
  • Leadership development and mentoring across sectors, markets, offices and the firm;
  • Participation in community service and outreach occasions supporting local and national organizations;
  • Flexibility and balance in your schedule;
  • And much, much more!

Our Expectations

SECTION I: TECHNICAL COMPETENCY

  • Familiarity with construction industry project management software having the capacity to master industry-specific programs including but not limited to Newforma, Deltek, PlanGrid, AIA Contract Documents, and Revit Architecture;
  • Technical understanding and ability to effectively read construction documents;
  • Ability to maintain an accurate record of shop drawings, contracts, RFI’s, etc.;
  • Understanding of the design and procurement processes;
  • Proficiency Microsoft Word, Excel, & Outlook;
  • Ability to accurately review payment applications;
  • Ability to work with multiple teams and manage project schedules simultaneously;
  • Maintain correspondence with consultants for submittals and schedules;
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills;
  • Strong organizational skills;
  • Ability to work within a team environment;
  • Handle multiple projects concurrently;
  • Travel to project sites throughout the Carolinas;
  • 10+ years of solid and progressive work history, with experience administering construction contracts.

SECTION II: TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION COMPETENCY

  • Excellent communication skills and a strong team ethic;
  • Ability to interact professionally with office leadership and clients;
  • Ability to direct and motivate work efforts of others and handle stressful situations;
  • Ability to self-manage project assignments from start to finish with oversight.

SECTION III: LEADERSHIP

  • Ability to direct and motivate work efforts of others and handle stressful situations;
  • Be a good team member;
  • Develop strong relationships within the firm, with our clients and in our communities

Responsibilities will include working side by side in a team environment with our Project Managers, Project Architects, Interior Designers, and Emerging Professionals on active production projects as well as contributing to other design and marketing efforts undertaken by the firm.  As such, you will play an integral part in overall client satisfaction, design quality and profitability of all projects undertaken that contribute to the firm’s strategic priorities.

A cover letter and resume are required.

Comments (If Any): Click here to submit your résumé to this position: https://ls3p.hua.hrsmart.com/ats/js_job_details.php?reqid=75 LS3P Associates LTD


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MARKETING COORDINATOR II – LS3P Columbia, SC

Our vision is simple.  In our commitment to the Southeast, we create architecture that enriches community through a culture of design excellence and expertise, innovation and collaborative engagement.  To us, that means our design excellence is rooted in relationships.  These relationships include those with our highly valued team members, with our clients across the region and beyond, and with the communities that we serve.

We believe that every voice matters and that through design thinking and teamwork we are catalysts for positive change for our clients and communities.  We are better together.

Interested?  Keep reading!

What You Can Expect

  • Ongoing engagement with fantastic design team members;
  • To develop new skills and contribute to world-class projects;
  • Participate in meaningful collaboration;
  • A competitive compensation and benefits package;
  • Professional development allowance to cover educational opportunities;
  • Leadership development and mentoring across sectors, markets, offices and the firm;
  • Participation in community service and outreach occasions supporting local and national organizations;
  • Flexibility and balance in your schedule;
  • And much much more!

Our Expectations

SECTION I: TECHNICAL COMPETENCY

  • Technical production skills are necessary and require a demonstrated ability to effectively produce proposals, qualifications, packages, and presentations for prospective clients;
  • Strong proficiency in Adobe CS with InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator is required;
  • Proficiency in video editing using Premiere Pro and After Effects; Microsoft Office; WordPress or other website maintenance programs;
  • Ability to edit and organize all components of packages to ensure content is comprehensive, client-specific, as well as in accordance with the LS3P brand standards;
  • Strong design, graphic, and presentation skills;
  • Understanding of the design and procurement processes;
  • Ability to schedule and track production of proposals and qualifications packages to meet deadlines and assist in production efforts;
  • Willingness to lead public relations efforts including advertisements, materials for trade shows, mailed announcements, pre-proposal meetings and design award submittals;
  • Possession of a strong moral and ethical responsibility to the principles of sustainability;
  • Strong organization, multi-tasking and time management skills;
  • Contribution to business development initiatives including research, monitoring news articles and potential projects, scheduling client meetings, and helping to identify new leads and tracking;
  • Attendance at conferences, calling on clients, and cold calls are not required, but are a plus;
  • Bachelor’s Degree or Master Degree from an accredited institution in Marketing, Communications, Graphics or an equivalent field of study preferred (experience also considered);
  • 4+ years of experience in an architectural office or equivalent professional setting.
  • And other duties as required.

SECTION II: TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION COMPETENCY

  • Excellent communication skills and a strong team ethic;
  • Ability to interact professionally with office leadership and clients;
  • Ability to direct and motivate work efforts of others and handle stressful situations;
  • Ability to self-manage project assignments from start to finish with oversight.

SECTION III: LEADERSHIP

  • Ability to direct and motivate work efforts of others and handle stressful situations;
  • Mentorship of peers;
  • Be a good team member;
  • Develop strong relationships within the firm, with our clients and in our communities.

A cover letter, resume and portfolio demonstrating graphic design abilities are required.

Comments (If Any): Click here to submit your résumé to this position: https://ls3p.hua.hrsmart.com/ats/js_job_details.php?reqid=63 LS3P Associates LTD


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ASSISTANT CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATOR – LS3P Columbia, SC

Our vision is simple.  In our commitment to the Southeast, we create architecture that enriches community through a culture of design excellence and expertise, innovation and collaborative engagement.  To us, that means our design excellence is rooted in relationships.  These relationships include those with our highly valued team members, with our clients across the region and beyond, and with the communities that we serve.

We believe that every voice matters and through design thinking and teamwork, we are catalysts for positive change for our clients and communities.  We are better together.

Interested?  Keep reading!

What You Can Expect

  • Ongoing engagement with fantastic design team members;
  • To develop new skills and contribute to world-class projects;
  • Participate in meaningful collaboration;
  • A competitive compensation and benefits package;
  • Professional development allowance to cover educational opportunities;
  • Project exposure across sectors, markets, offices, and the firm;
  • Participation in community service and outreach occasions supporting local and national organizations;
  • Flexibility and balance in your schedule;
  • And much more!

Our Expectations

SECTION I: TECHNICAL COMPETENCY

  • Technical understanding and ability to effectively read construction documents;
  • Familiarity with construction industry project management software such as Newforma, Procore, Deltek, and AIA Contract Documents is required;
  • Providing administrative support to the entire office;
  • Other responsibilities include but not limited to filing, transcription, expense reports, purchase orders, meeting scheduling;
  • Occasional front desk coverage and duties;
  • Strong organization, multi-tasking and time management skills;
  • Ability to maintain an accurate record of shop drawings, contracts, RFI’s, etc.;
  • Understanding of the design and procurement processes;
  • Proficiency Microsoft Word, Excel, & Outlook;
  • Ability to accurately review payment applications;
  • Ability to work with multiple teams and manage project schedules simultaneously;
  • Maintain correspondence with consultants for submittals and schedules;
  • 5+ years of solid and progressive work history, with experience providing Administrative Support for Construction Administration;
  • Associate or bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, preferably in field related to construction.

SECTION II: TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION COMPETENCY

  • Excellent communication skills and a strong team ethic;
  • Ability to interact professionally with office leadership and clients;
  • Ability to direct and motivate work efforts of others and handle stressful situations;
  • Ability to self-manage project assignments from start to finish with oversight.

SECTION III: LEADERSHIP

  • Ability to direct and motivate work efforts of others and handle stressful situations;
  • Be a good team member;
  • Develop strong relationships within the firm, with our clients and in our communities

Responsibilities will include working side by side in a team environment with our Project Managers, Project Architects, Interior Designers, and Emerging Professionals on active production projects as well as contributing to other design and marketing efforts undertaken by the firm.  As such, you will play an integral part in overall client satisfaction, design quality and profitability of all projects undertaken that contribute to the firm’s strategic priorities.

A cover letter and resume are required.

Comments (If Any): Click here to submit your résumé to this position: https://ls3p.hua.hrsmart.com/ats/js_job_details.php?reqid=76 LS3P Associates LTD


beauclowney

POSITION: Architect

Beau Clowney Architects in downtown Charleston, SC is searching for an architect or intern architect to join our team. Our collaborative studio environment allows individuals to work on all aspects of many projects directly with the managing partners. We strive to provide thoughtful and sensible designs on projects located throughout the region and internationally, working closely with clients to provide innovative solutions while crafting projects with timeless proportion, scale and details. We seek positive and inventive individuals to join us that have a passion for design of all types, from architecture and art, to interior design, made objects and beyond.

We work primarily on high-end residential projects, along with small commercial and development projects. Each project that we undertake is marked by our inventive approach to design and our dedication to client satisfaction. From initial concept to construction documents and through construction, we are always designing, working with the client to achieve the goals set forth together for their project. Proficiency in AutoCAD, Vectorworks and/or ArchiCAD, Sketchup and Photoshop is preferred.

Our ideal candidate would possess the following qualities:

– Ability to utilize freehand sketching throughout the design process
– Ability to work collaboratively
– Ability to manage others and be a mentor to team members
– Ability to multi-task and have a self-motivating personality
– Applicant must possess an appreciation and eye for detail and building systems in order to produce thoroughly and accurate detailed drawings in an efficient manner
– Minimum 5 years’ experience and degree from a NAAB-Accredited BS in Architecture, B.Arch or M.Arch architectural program

Please send cover letter, resume and portfolio, along with references for consideration.

How to reach us: info@beauclowney.com; 843-722-2040


Position Description: Facilities Coordinator

Historic Columbia
Columbia, S.C.

Position Summary:

  1. Oversee proper care and maintenance of six National Register of Historic Places-listed properties.
  2. Design, revise and implement cyclical maintenance of structural and mechanical systems and equipment for all properties, including HVAC, fire suppression and back-up generator.
  3. Work with Director of Historic House Museums to ensure proper and timely oversight of all capital projects related to the historic properties owned and managed by Historic Columbia and to ensure that Department of the Interior Standards for the care of historic structures are met.
  4. Oversee all security functions. Ensure that proper systems are in place and functioning to standard.
  5. Assist Historic House Museums with developing annual budget, soliciting special project estimates and developing RFQs and RFPs for capital improvement and/or maintenance projects.
  6.  Adhere to Historic Columbia’s Ethics Policy and Human Resources Policies and Procedures Manual.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Two years of technical or college education.
  • Five years of experience with buildings maintenance (experience with historic structures is preferred.)
  • Certifications and supervisory experience preferred.
  • Basic knowledge of electrical systems, carpentry, plumbing and landscaping.
  • Must be able to climb ladders and stairs, be able to lift 50 pounds and to work outdoors.
  • Valid driver’s license required.

This is a full-time position with health benefits.  Salary is commensurate with experience.  Remit letter of interest and resume by February 28, 2019 to HR Department, Historic Columbia, 1601 Richland Street, Columbia, SC  29201 or email: dgiles@historiccolumbia.org.

Historic Columbia is an Equal Opportunity Employer.