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Project Manager

AIC

This is a Full-time position in Seattle, WA posted December 5, 2021.

Job Summary

Project Manager

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Project Manager leads complex projects through the full project lifecycle including initial planning, scheduling, issue identification, resource and vendor management, communication planning, product procurement, deliverable definition, change orders, on-going risk management, and project closures
  • Work closely with clients and client representatives to determine clear project requirements, deliverables, deadlines, budget, and more
  • Define and manage project budgets, billings, financial reporting, vendor contracts, and other critical project documentation
  • Meet with client end users as needed to identify space and logistical requirements
  • Build clear understanding and expectations with client on how project(s) will be delivered, identify risks for the project, and interface with client and other vendors
  • Responsible for ensuring all project stakeholders have current knowledge of project status, assignments, etc.
  • Serve as key point of contact for all communication with clients
  • Meet and communicate with client regularly to provide project status updates, identify risks, and manage emerging issues
  • Produce regular status reports
  • Assists clients with the development of project bids, documentation, and procurement of products and services
  • Understand existing facility and client standards, requirements, codes, policies, and processes and/or develop and revise them as needed
  • Contribute to on-going internal set of standards and knowledge base
  • Continue to define and document key work processes for on-going client services
  • Identify opportunities for improvement and cost-savings for use with internal teams and external clients
  • Conduct project close out meetings; identify lessons learned and opportunities for improvement
  • 5-7+ years of experience in architecture, interior design, facilities management, system furniture or related area
  • Experience leading complex design, facilities, or construction project through the full lifecycle
  • Subject matter knowledge of one or more of the following:
  • Architecture and construction (processes, projects, vocabulary, etc) with the ability to read and understand project drawings and redlines
  • Facilities management, FF&E project management, construction project management
  • Commercial office furniture systems and applications * Competencies:
  • Project Management: must be able to lead complex projects in commercial interiors environments and utilize core project management tools
  • Team Leadership: able to lead cross-functional and cross-organizational teams to accomplish project results
  • Communication: able to effectively communicate in person, in writing and when presenting to groups
  • Influence: ability to achieve results through staff, vendors and customers
  • Problem Solving: ability to quickly identify root causes of problems and generate appropriate solutions
  • Organization and Time Management: ability to manage and track large amounts of project information and maximize personal time

EDUCATION, TRAINING, OR CERTIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent, plus experience required
  • Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design, Architecture, Construction Management, or related field preferred

Project management certification (CAPM/PMP, Six Sigma, LEED) or equivalent experience required

Job Type: Contract

Experience:

  • Project Management: 2 years (Required)

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Required)