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Project Director - Healthcare

Are you a versatile leader that thrives on a combination of leadership and hands-on tasks?  Do you endeavor to lead and grow an existing market? Want to work for a firm that is taking concrete actions towards Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion? 

We’re looking for a Project Director with healthcare experience to join our Healthcare team in Sacramento, CA. We offer a robust bonus plan, flexible hours including work-from-home, and every other Friday off options.

 

As the Project Director, you will…

  • Direct project and resource planning and establish project timelines and budgets, financial management of projects including the development and adherence to work plans, assisting the PIC with fee development, monitoring project financial status, developing mitigation plans when required, and managing monthly project financial tasks.
  • Provide leadership for multiple project management teams by providing technical oversight through all phases of projects, and have the ability to manage and coordinate a variety of complex projects and client needs simultaneously.
  • Initiate client contact and create opportunities for new project pursuits.
  • Build existing client relationships in order to procure repeat business from them.
  • Develop solutions for complex design problems, including code compliance and agency interface.
  • Lead and direct teams during construction administration.
  • Identify and address issues affecting project budget, construction costs, schedule, and risk management related to the Firm.
  • Manage potential client and consultant requested changes to scope of work; determine cause and effect to project budget and schedule on projects.
  • Ensure that The Lionakis Way standards for design, quality control, and production are followed, including performing quality control reviews.
  • Develop proposals with the assistance of PIC and/or Practice Lead, and write specifications.
  • Delegate tasks to staff as well as coach and support staff’s professional development.
  • Demonstrate excellent time management and organizational skills.
  • Be detail-oriented, collaborative, and proactive in completing work accurately and meeting deadlines.
  • Actively participate in market/studio project manager meetings and staffing processes.
  • Assist project team and market/studio leadership with other duties that may be assigned.

Project Director Qualifications – The Must-Haves (Required)

  • Licensed architect 
  • MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Bluebeam
  • Covid-19 vaccination (mandated by the state of California for all employees who work in a Healthcare setting)

Project Director Qualifications – The Like-to-Haves (Not Required)

  • Minimum of 15 years architectural project experience 
  • OSHPD experience 
  • LEED accreditation 
     

Compensation DOE. We offer health benefits, competitive paid time off, and a 401(k) matching program.

 

 

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