Project Manager

Location Dallas
Salary: 85000 to 90000
Contact name: Alex Thomas

Contact email:
Job ref: 618
Published: 6 months ago

The Project Manager reports to their Team Leader (Senior Project Manager), the Director of Design, or the Director of Architecture (dependent on their area of expertise) and is the main point of contact for clients and consultants on projects. The primary role of the Project Manager is both project designer and manager. They are responsible for maintaining FDG design standards and reinforcing the company culture and brand.
Key Responsibilities
• Manage project team, both internal (dependent on level of experience) and external, to ensure proper
coordination with all consultants and team members
• Participate in or lead meetings with the design team, client, or consultants at appropriate intervals
• Participate in the design direction for the project including generating concept images and other relevant imagery
• Lead and/or collaborate with Senior Project Manager to space plan and design the interior architectural envelope
• Contribute to the development of detailed construction documents and coordinate with appropriate staff to
ensure design intent, quality, and compliance with applicable building codes and accessibility requirements
• Participate in construction administration phase with required meetings, site observations, and review and process
• Lead or participate the completion of FF&E design, specifications, and documentation based on project program,
budget, installation and company standards
• Participate in monthly project financial reviews with accountability to company for financial status of projects
• Oversee project financials including budgets, fees, and invoicing
• Maintain excellent professional relationships with clients and consultants
• Participate in furthering the Design Department’s knowledge base through training and sharing of resources
• Assist in marketing and business development by attending industry conferences and networking events as well as
consistent contact and follow through with potential client leads
• Assist the Director of Design in preparation of and review of proposals and contracts
• Support Executive Team in company policy and procedural decisions related to the goals of the company
• Professional Licensure: Professional Licensure not required (but preferred)

 Educational Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree or minimum degree requirements needed for licensure
• Software (current versions): Revit (proficiency required), AutoCAD (proficiency preferred), Microsoft Office Suite
(proficiency), Adobe Creative Suite (proficiency preferred), Plan Grid (basic skills) and Bluebeam (proficiency preferred)