Huitt-Zollars’ Los Angeles, CA office has a full-time Project Architect/PM opportunity for a California licensed Architect to project manage multiple higher education projects for community colleges, universities and other large commercial projects. The successful candidate will have at least 10 year’s professional experience in higher Ed institutional architecture. They will work with multiple teams on various projects both small and large scale, communicate effectively with staff, clients and consultants to ensure quality project delivery. They will have excellent graphic, written and verbal communication skills, and possess a strong desire to excel and lead in a fast paced, challenging and client-focused environment. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional to manage great projects at a leading full service AEC firm.
HZ offers a competitive benefit & compensation package, including medical, dental, vision, life, and long/short-term disability plans and two retirement plans: 401(k) and an ESOP.
Please apply online at: https://external-huitt-zollars.icims.com
Job ID No: LA113
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