Posted: Wednesday, September 6, 2017 8:23 AM
Job Description Job Description Design Coordinators work directly with Project Managers and Designers to develop design and technical solutions for specific projects. As a team leader, Design Coordinators assist primarily with technical development of projects, as well as with some limited project management tasks under the direct guidance of the Project Manager. Typical Duties The following duties are representative of what is typically required of Design Coordinators, although competency in additional duties beyond the scope of this list are a valued contribution to both individual professional growth as well as the overall success of the project team. Assist Project Manager with project coordination, project management, and client communications. Supervise designers and coordinate work-tasking as directed by Project Managers. Coordinate preparation of construction documentation, including preparing outline and cartoon drawing sets for planning and coordination purposes. Ensure consistency between project design intent, project documentation, and project specifications when applicable. Review and coordinate consultant-provided documentation and information. Provide responses to bid inquires, and prepare and issue bid addenda. Assist in construction administration processes including preparation and issuing of clarification drawings, on-site observations, submittal review, shop drawing review, responding to contractor requests for information, and project close-out procedures. Knowledge and Experience Minimum two (2) years experience in construction document preparation. Professional degree and/or registration preferred. Proficiency in Revit and AutoCAD required. Ability to communicate with project team, consultants, clients, and contractors. Competent knowledge of the use of building codes, zoning codes, and other applicable regulatory requirements in building design and construction. Experience with regulatory agencies including city, county, and state government agencies such as building departments, planning departments, OSHPD, and DSA. Competent knowledge of building design and construction, materials, specifications, and construction details. Sufficient knowledge of engineering and building systems to coordinate work with project team as well as with outside project consultants. Sufficient knowledge of construction processes to coordinate work with contractors. Successful candidates must possess the desire to pursue growth opportunities, licensure, and actively participate in a collaborative team environment. Company Description With over 15 years of experience, RGA is a full-service architecture and engineering firm serving all market segments in Northern California and beyond. As a locally owned and operated firm, RGA prides itself in providing personal and dedicated attention to all projects, large and small. From the world-renowned Sierra Nevada Brewing Company facilities, to master-planned communities, to historic renovations – our projects represent a range of clients as diverse as the community we grew from. RGA knows the values of developing and maintaining strong working relationships with our colleagues, clients, and employees alike. Our leadership shares an approach to design that is both innovative and practical, providing design solutions that are forward thinking yet grounded in common sense Although our projects are big, our small office culture allows RGA to achieve a level of personal communication, community connectivity, and employee engagement unmatched by other large-name design firms. Creativity, knowledge, and the ability to communicate are the foundation of our business. We hope you share these values, and will consider joining our team in a continued legacy of success with RGA.
• Location: Sacramento
• Post ID: 18610177 sacramento