Interior Project Manager
Posted Wednesday, January 25, 2023
- Company Office Address
- 2218 Bryan Street, Suite 200, Dallas, TX 75201
- Work Location
The Perkins&Will Dallas studio is seeking an experienced Interiors Project Manager with 10+ years of experience to join our team!
As an Interior Project Manager, you should perform these essential job functions:
Understands design philosophies and current trends throughout the profession, including planning and strategies, design and space planning, documentation, furniture specifications and materials and finishes.
Understands the overall design concept and helps insure implementation
Understands and respond to the technical implications of design decisions
Promotes firm and project goals of excellence in design, execution, and sustainability
Understands all aspects and phases of the architectural and interior design and production process.
MANAGEMENT Define, monitor, and maintain control of the scope of work and services for the project including project schedule and work plan
Prepare and negotiate client and consultant proposals, fees, schedules, and contracts
Act as the main coordinator of communication between the client and Perkins + Will, ensuring timely resolution of client concerns and management of business issues including contracts and additional services.
Insures the orderly and complete preparation, distribution, and retention of all project written records.
Responsible for the clear and timely communication of information to the project team and to ensure compliance with the project team’s goals.
Assures a positive teamwork atmosphere and assist in supporting the development and retention of quality staff.
Monitors the performance of the project team and approach to assure that the Firm’s quality standards and design goals are being met.
Coordinate staffing resources with office operations director
Establishes, maintains, and documents regular client meetings and internal project team meetings.
Initiate, document, and maintain project set-up, including contract review, project process and filing procedures, work authorization, invoicing/receivables
Responsible for meeting or exceeding the financial goals established for the project and providing timely and appropriate information to Project Accountant to initiate invoicing.
Direct contact responsibility with clients and associated consultants to insure timely collections and management for delinquent accounts receivables.
Monitor client issues and technical issues to minimize liability.
Follow through with post contract administration requirements (i.e.: follow-up phone calls to ensure client satisfaction and source additional marketing leads, complete final historical database, etc.).
Responsible for the orderly close out of projects including contractual requirements.
Participate in marketing opportunities and facilitate multi-discipline/office collaboration within firm
Develop and maintain successful client relationships for repeat business
Participates in training/development/mentoring of project team
To join us, you should have:
Professional degree in Interior Design or related discipline
10+ years of experience
Advanced knowledge of project design process, construction documentation, programming, space planning furniture specifications, materials, and finishes
Understands project financial management and contract administration, including project coordination, budgeting, scheduling, and contract negotiations
Basic CADD knowledge
Basic project management software skills
Ability to direct, mentor and coordinate work efforts of project team
Strong interpersonal skills, verbal, listening and written including client presentation skills Collaborative and professional work ethic
LEED AP or within 6 months of hire
NCIDQ or NCARB required
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