In a hundred words or less
Project Managers at Mancini get to operate on a spectacular level: base building projects that are altering the landscape, long-term on-call relationships with a wide range of client types and companies, interior projects that change the way spaces are experienced, and technically challenging build-outs from small scale to hundreds of thousands of square feet and up in size. With growing work across multiple offices, we are looking to build-up our teams and Project Managers are critical to this. Types of projects include commercial base building new-build and repositioning, interior offices, interior hospitality build-outs, e-commerce industrial, cannabis, and life sciences among others. Assignments with this wide range of complexity need to be managed by people well-versed in a wide variety of project types-and possessing a certain kind of temperament that provides calm oversight of a project team.
Does this sound like you?
As a Project Manager at Mancini, you are a part of a dynamic and evolving team. Putting your experience into action, you will serve as the glue that holds your teams together, tracking workloads, coordinating consultants, and cultivating a constant chain of communications with the client. Acting as a keystone to the project team, you make sure budgets and schedules are kept on track, project documents are kept to our firm’s high standards of quality, and teams are adequately staffed.
The goods, if you got them
A project manager is expected to have learned many lessons from serving in the role of project architect and/or an project designer—chief among them, an understanding about what makes a project successful. A project manager synthesizes the knowledge gained from these viewpoints into a perspective that sees the project from all sides. It’s this perspective that allows the project manager the authority to oversee the entire operation of the project, day by day. We also expect this experience has encouraged a cultivation of people skills: how to communicate with not just your own team, but outside consultants, construction managers, and last but not least, the client.
A day in the life
So let’s get down to it. This job comes with some expectations, and this is us putting it all out there.
- Provide overall project coordination on a day-to-day basis and serves as the primary liaison between the client and our team
- Manage the details and nuances of large-scale and complex projects
- Lead project teams, organizing and managing their efforts and assignments for efficiency
- Maintain project budgets, work plans, schedules and staffing requirements
- Conduct and document project meetings
- Review contract documents for clarity, scope, completeness, and budget impact
- Manage the project budget through research and a working knowledge of current material and labor costs
- Strategize and produce proactive solutions for budget reduction without compromising design
- Support new business efforts, like meeting with new clients, interviewing for projects, preparing proposals, and even attending industry events
What you bring
Okay, let’s talk about what you bring to the table because chances are you have so much to offer. Missing something on this list but think you’d be a great fit? Apply anyway!
- A bachelor’s degree in architecture or interior design, or more
- Around 7-10 years of experience in the industry, some of which in a project manager role
- A professional license as Registered Architect and/or your NCARB certification, or NCIDQ certification, or you’re on your way to one or both
- In-depth knowledge and experience at least three of the project types we have here at Mancini (commercial new construction, repositioning, commercial interiors, hospitality, life sciences, industrial are some examples, check-out our website for more!)
- Deep abilities with REVIT, Adobe Creative Cloud (e.g., InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop), and Microsoft Word & Excel
Think we’d get along?
Reach out and tell us you’re interested – apply, email, give us a shout. Don’t worry about bringing your best suit, just bring your best work and let’s get to know you. If you are nervous or not sure you have all the qualifications, contact us anyway. We have no filters, and we won’t filter you either, by keyword or otherwise. Give our Talent Team a chance to see if you’re the one!
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