Reporting to the Director of Campus Planning, Design, and Construction (CPDC), the University Architect (UA) provides team-oriented multi-faceted professional architectural services, reviews professional design agreements and construction documents, assists with project management services as needed, and provides technical design assistance to campus personnel and University Services. The UA will collaborate with the Planning Manager, Senior Project Manager, Real Estate Manager and Contracts Manager to outline priorities within CPDC as well as coordinate with the Engineering and Utilities Manager, University Engineer and Facilities Director to support capital and maintenance related campus projects.
Professional degree in Architecture from an accredited college or university.
Minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience, post-IDP, in: architecture, construction or project management, planning, and personnel management in a large, multi-building, institutional environment.
Current registration as a Professional Architect. (If from out of state, must obtain Montana license within 6 months of start date.)
Architectural experience which demonstrates competency in each of the following areas (please address each area):
Architectural planning and design development
Construction document production and oversight;
Management and oversight of multiple large projects simultaneously;
Budget and project management;
Organizational skills, with demonstrated ability to manage diverse activities and people.
Competence and working knowledge of the International Building Codes (IBC), as well as, other applicable state and federal codes.
Demonstrated ability establishing productive relationships with a highly diverse range of internal and external constituents, such as faculty, staff, students and the general public.
Experience working with Revit, AutoCad and/or GIS.
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) certificate or American Institute of Architects (AIA) registration.
Minimum of three years working in an architectural design role within a university or college environment.
Minimum of three years managing staff and planning respective workloads.
LEED, Green Globes, or similar Green Building Initiative credentials or experience working with such certifications.
Experience with BIM best practices such as implementing a BIMsystem for facility use, maintaining a BIM infrastructure and coordinating BIM into other data systems.
Experienced in Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.
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