Project Architect

Dean Alan Architects

About the organization

​As a firm, we are guided by the fundamental principles of giving back to the community, seeking sustainable solutions, and creating accessible architecture for everyone. Throughout the design process, we imbue honesty and integrity into everything we do, always respecting the architect-client relationship, and prioritizing expedient access to our expertise at all times. Our close-knit team thrives on collaborating together and takes pride in providing innovative and flexible solutions that benefit our project partners and clients. This commitment results in deep relationships and fulfilling, successfully collaborative architecture.


Project Work
• Oversee architectural projects from the concept phase through construction of the project, making sure that projects meet quality, schedule, contractual, and budget goals
• Coordinate a team of designers and junior architects, oversee architectural projects, evaluate existing facilities and reformulate building programs, delegate project tasks
• Establish and sustain client relations, participate in assessing and hiring consultants, participate in bid phase to help the client choose general contractors
• Observe project performance and coordinate workload through the entire project to complete documents on schedule
• Organize construction documents and coordinate completion of drawings, specifications, and approval of materials and construction

Mentorship and Training
• Foster the growth of our staff
• Assist with onboarding of new employees

Marketing and Business Development
• Develop proposals, fees, and schedules while pursuing new projects
• Attend networking events, following up with potential clients
• Participate in business development meetings, commitments, and events
• Assist in responding to RFQ/RFPs and other marketing efforts
• Participate in professional organizations


Skills and Specifications
• High-level proficiency in computer software related activities such as AutoCAD, Revit, Microsoft Office Suite, and Adobe products
• Direct, clear, concise, and effective verbal and written communication skills
• Conduct research, assemble and analyze data to prepare reports and documents
• Interact in a professional manner with external clients
• Possess excellent rapport with management and co-workers, positive can-do attitude, excellent customer service, and great people skills
• Ability to be diplomatic and tactful in dealings with all individuals and organizations associated with the firm with a professional demeanor
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
• Self-motivated, hardworking, highly ethical, and dependable
• Excellent organizational, analytical, anticipatory, and leadership skills

Education, Qualifications, Experience
• Registered Architect preferred
• 7+ years of diverse project experience that includes office, healthcare, retail, and education projects
• Professional Architecture degree from an accredited University
• Extensive project management experience required
• Business development experience is strongly preferred
• Professional office experience required

Application instructions

Feel free to send your questions and resumes to [email protected]

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