New York City
DEPT OF CITYWIDE ADMIN SVCS
Civil service title: Architect
Title code number: 21215
Salary: $ 80,557 – $ 89,500
Office title: Project Manager
Workplace: 1 Rue Center NY, NY 10007
Division / Work Unit: RES – Project design and management
Number of posts: 1
Hours / Shift: Day
DCAS’s Real Estate Services (RES) division supports New York City government operations by providing services for the city’s real estate needs. RES is responsible for the planning and management of the 37 million square foot space, city-wide acquisitions (lease or purchase), sales and other dispositions of city-owned real estate, architectural design and project management, zoning and land use analyzes, disposition of 15,000 – owned lots, valuation of properties and financial analysis of real estate transactions.
The Design & Project Management (D&PM) unit is responsible for providing comprehensive project management and design expertise to DCAS and NYC client agencies to meet their operational and space needs in support of their services at large. public. Reflecting this mission, D&PM is responsible for providing project management services for the renovation of rented and city-owned spaces, including scheduling, preliminary design, scope of work development, cost estimation , furniture and equipment specifications, purchasing coordination, space measurement verification and construction administration. , among others. D&PM serves client agencies as a facilitator in translating their operational needs into space needs that support their specific missions and workforce.
We are seeking a Level 2 Architect position, capable of managing projects of rented and City-owned space, and who can develop and / or oversee blueprints, designs and technical drawings to ensure code compliance, to industry and to the City. Completion of project contracts and general administration tasks is also required, including comments on mod sheets. Significant experience in architectural programming (workplace strategy) is preferred.
Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Responsibility # 1: Ensure that the programming questionnaire and analysis sheets are completed accurately and on time.
- Responsibility # 2: Provide feedback to client agencies on how to effectively schedule their office space to meet operational requirements with flexible space planning strategies that support agency culture in the workplace.
- Responsibility n ° 3: Ensure that the site assessment is carried out accurately and that the proposed basic architectural construction work is included.
- Responsibility n ° 4: Develop the initial project schedule, with input from team members
- Responsibility n ° 5: Confirm that the project is properly budgeted and that all financial approvals are obtained.
- Responsibility # 6: Write or review / comment on the scope of work of the tenant representative and, if necessary, incorporate them into the transaction.
- Responsibility # 7: Examine preliminary plans, construction documents, furniture manifests to verify compliance with the design program and intent.
- Responsibility # 8: If necessary, develop preliminary plans or base drawings and any other drawing deemed necessary to illustrate a space planning concept.
- Responsibility # 9: If necessary, develop construction documents and select finishes / furniture for internal expense projects.
- Responsibility # 10: Identify spaces requiring action and confirm the spatial scope for D&PM to approve.
- Responsibility # 11: Manage construction projects to substantial completion, verify field conditions and coordinate efficient and timely completion of projects.
- Responsibility n ° 12: Develop and / or supervise and review blueprints, designs and technical drawings to ensure compliance with code, industry and city standards, designed appropriately for the programmatic requirements of the client agency.
A valid New York State registration as an architect. Current New York State registration as an architect must be maintained for the duration of your employment. Special Note: In addition to the above qualification requirements, to be eligible for placement in Assignment Levels II and III, individuals must have at least one year within the last three years of experience as a major contributor or project manager on a complex project requiring and specific expertise in the disciplines necessary for the design or construction of the project.
- Proficiency in computer programs such as Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, BlueBeam and updated versions of AutoCAD.
- Familiarity with portfolio management data systems such as ARCHIBUS.
- Knowledge of workplace strategies.
- Experience with the selection / specification of furniture selection systems.
- Experience with the selection / specification of interior finishes primarily for corporate office interiors. Experience with other types of spaces is welcome, but not required.
- Knowledge of the New York building code.
- Familiarity developing the scope of work.
- Comfortable with preparing budgets and schedules for real estate projects
- Experience in assessing existing space for occupancy capacity and potential for consolidation / restocking
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team
- Proactive and motivated with the ability to generate solutions and positive results
- Ability to re-prioritize projects and deliverables frequently
- Ability to think strategically and analyze all potential problems and alternative solutions
- Strong interpersonal and client skills to communicate effectively with multiple stakeholders
Residency in New York is not required for this position
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New York City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.