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Project Manager/Project Architect - Community Studio

Company: Little
Location: Charlotte, NC
Job Type: Full Time
Date Available: 6/13/2022

Little, nationally recognized as a “Best Firm to Work For” and one of the nation’s most progressive design firms, is seeking a Project Architect / Project Manager with a positive, collaborative work style, to work in our Community Studio in our Charlotte, NC office.

A candidate we’ll love:

  • You have an interest and passion for Community (K-12, Higher Ed, Civic/Justice) projects
  • You are a resourceful and creative problem solver.
  • You’re a good teammate – you want those around you to succeed and you’re capable of taking direction or leading a project to deliver a great product to our clients.
  • You’re good with people – a strong listener, respectful in your interactions with others and have a positive outlook on life.
  • You’re a good communicator –verbally, graphically and in written form, people understand your ideas and the way you share them.
  • You are organized and thorough – you understand how to work with and coordinate consulting partners and many moving parts to deliver a solid, final product.
  • You have a strong understanding of design, space planning, spatial relationships and materials.
  • You have a passion for regenerative design.
  • You are a champion for integrated design and design quality
  • You have professional drive and still have fun while you work.
A position you’ll love:
  • You’ll be working in our dedicated community studio with other professionals dedicated to community practice projects.
  • A champion for integrated design and design quality
  • You’ll have a high degree of autonomy and responsibility.
  • Your work will include a variety of tasks and design projects.
  • You’ll lead teams of architects and engineers to meet project requirements, budgets and schedules.
  • You’ll be responsible for producing contract documents and construction administration.
  • You’ll be accountable for project success.
  • You’ll have growth opportunities.
Why Little:
Little is a place where you’ll surround yourself with colleagues who have different areas of expertise, are from different cultures and generations, and embody different talents, experiences, and passions. In fact, if you ask our employees what keeps them excited about coming to work each day, you’ll hear that it’s the people. It’s also our culture and the chance to be part of creating a better future through our work. We embrace a culture of teaching and learning through cross mentoring that spans generations, disciplines, talents, and interests and we strive to give each person exposure to the widest possible array of experiences. We care intensely about our clients and each other, and we do our best to spark a spirit of creativity and excitement in everyone around us. And, if wellness matters to you, you’ll be thrilled to know that you’ll be working in one of Charlotte’s first LEED and WELL Certified workspaces.

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Ideal candidates will have the following Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Architecture from an accredited university;
  • A minimum of 6+ years of professional architectural experience in a variety of projects;
  • Architectural registration;
  • Strong design in new construction, adaptive reuse, and renovation experience; and
  • Intermediate Revit skill

How To Apply