Wilson Chang Architect Inc.

Wilson Chang Architect Inc., a strategy partner of Formation Project Management Inc., is a young, energetic, multi-disciplinary design team specializing in architecture and online collaboration.  Our current projects include residential and commercial buildings as well as 3D visualization, digital fabrication and online collaboration with oversea partners on oversea design projects.  Make most out of precious life.  We embrace positive psychology with work hard – play hard attitude.

We seek an outstanding Architectural Technologist to join our firm.

 Position:
Architectural Technologist

Level of Experience:
Junior – Intermediate – Senior

Qualifications:

  • Motivated and effective problem solver
  • Have working experience with Autodesk Revit
  • Certificate/Degree/Diploma in Architecture/Architectural Technology
  • Working knowledge of the VBBL and the BCBC
  • Solid working understanding of MS Office (especially Outlook)
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills (fluent in English)
  • Must be registered with the AIBC, or eligible to be registered in the province of British Columbia

Contact Info:

Wilson Chang Architect Inc.
200 – 45 E 6th Avenue
Vancouver, BC
V5T 1J3
t  604.630.9488
e  wchang@wcai.ca

VDA Architecture Limited

Position / Title Seeking:
Architectural Technologist

Level of Experience:
Intermediate

Organization Description:
We are looking for honest, dedicated, enthusiastic, and skilled individuals to join our team.

VDA Architecture Limited has been practicing in Victoria for more than 30 years and has worked with more than 140 communities across Canada. Working for VDA you will be involved with a wide range of projects including multi-family, commercial, industrial, recreation, and studies.

Our office is a relaxed and fun place to work, we make every project enjoyable project to work on. It rubs off on everyone and the results are visible in the success and suitability of the buildings completed. We listen, we learn, we respect, we produce, and we enjoy what we do – you will too.

Job Description:
We are looking for a self-motivated and talented technologist to join our dynamic firm. Duties will include drafting detailed drawings. Your role would be to support the project manager, senior technologist and team with the delivery through all aspects of project development and to be accountable for accuracy and quality of design and construction documentation.

Duties will include:

  • Preparation of construction drawing sets that confirm to BCBC and municipal bylaws
  • Develop details
  • Prepare site instructions, respond to RFIs and other questions
  • Coordinate Architectural drawings with sub-consultants work

Qualifications:

  • AIBC registered Architectural Technologist
  • Minimum 2 years BC experience
  • Knowledge of BC Building Code
  • Proficient in AutoCAD
  • Revit experience not essential, but will be considered an asset.

Skills:

  • Proficient in preparing design development and construction documents
  • Ability to implement and integrate systems, protocols, and standards
  • Flexible and able to serve in multi-faceted roles, switching roles throughout the workday
  • Ability to interpret conceptual sketches and problems solve technical detailing
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • High level of accuracy and quality of work
  • Good organizational skills, able to manage multiple projects, prioritize work and meet deadlines
  • Good understanding of building construction
  • Familiarity with the application process of D.P. and B.P.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and English language skills

Contact Info:
VDA Architecture Limited
3388A Tennyson Avenue
Victoria, BC, V8Z 3P6
E: mail@vda.ca

Send cover letter and resume in pdf format to mail@vda.ca

No phone calls please. We thank you for your interest in working with VDA, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

GBL Architects

GBL Architects located at 139 East 8th Avenue, is a cohesive and progressive Vancouver based firm consisting of 58 staff members including architects, project managers and technicians with a 30 year reputation of providing a full range of architectural services to the private and public sector. The firm has built its reputation on high quality design, tight project management, technical proficiency, financial responsibility and keen administrative skills. The company prides itself in finding solutions which fit budgets, meet client expectations, are sensitive to schedule and are highly regarded by both the users and the public.

We are currently seeking:

SENIOR / INTERMEDIATE LEVEL DESIGN ARCHITECT

The successful candidate is a competent professional who is able to work both independently and as part of a team.

Required qualifications are:

  • Bachelor or Masters degree in Architecture
  • Strong Design skills
  • Residential high-rise and low rise experience preferred
  • 5-10 years of related local experience preferred
  • Consultant coordination and liaison with clients and authorities
  • 3D visualization and presentation skills
  • Excellent communication skills with ability to present ides in a clear concise manner
  • Excellent organizational and management skills
  • Fluency in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite & Sketch-up and/or REVIT preferred
  • Good knowledge of BCBC /VBBL
  • Able to work with minimum supervision
  • Registered with the AIBC or eligible for registration with the province of British Columbia

Interested candidates should submit their resume in confidence to info@gblarchitects.com.
No telephone inquiries please. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

GBL Architects

GBL Architects located at 139 East 8th Avenue, is a cohesive and progressive Vancouver based firm consisting of 58 staff members including architects, project managers and technicians with a 30 year reputation of providing a full range of architectural services to the private and public sector. The firm has built its reputation on high quality design, tight project management, technical proficiency, financial responsibility and keen administrative skills. The company prides itself in finding solutions which fit budgets, meet client expectations, are sensitive to schedule and are highly regarded by both the users and the public.

We are currently seeking:

INTERMEDIATE TECHNOLOGIST

The successful candidate is a competent professional who is able to work both independently and part of a team.

Required qualifications are:

  • Preparation of Construction Drawings
  • Consultant coordination and liaison experience with clients and authorities
  • Expertise in Revit and / or AUTOCAD
  • 3-5 years of related local experience
  • Good knowledge of BCBC /VBBL
  • Residential / mixed use high-rise and low-rise experience preferred

Interested candidates should submit their resume in confidence to  info@gblarchitects.com.
No telephone inquiries please. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Frits de Vries Architect Ltd.

Frits de Vries Architect Ltd. is a busy design-oriented firm specializing in custom residential design. Please visit our website at www.frits.ca.

Position:  
JUNIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER

We are looking for a candidate with a minimum of 2 years post-graduation work experience. Must be legally able to work in Canada.

The successful candidate will be capable of working in close collaboration with the project architect to advance interior design concepts to support architectural intent. We are looking for a refined design sensibility, and a creative, personable approach.

Candidates must be able to demonstrate:

  • Ability to assist and support the project Architect and Senior Designer in all aspects of the interior design phase
  • Produce complete interior design package, with guidance, and assist with the following:
    • Specifications: finishes, lighting and plumbing fixtures
    • Custom millwork documentation
    • Furniture/fabric, accessories and artwork specifications
  • Excellent organizational, written and oral communication skills;
  • Excellent problem solving skills;
  • Working knowledge of Codes, standards, trades and suppliers
  • Proficiency in CAD is mandatory; Vectorworks preferred;
  • Sketch Up experience is highly desirable;
  • An in-person interview will be required.

Please apply with a cover letter, resume and brief portfolio in pdf format (max. 5 MB) via email to Sandi Wiley: careers@frits.ca. No phone calls please.

We wish to thank all applicants for their interest in our firm, but only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.

VDA Architecture Limited

Position / Title Seeking:
Intermediate/Project Architect

Level of Experience:
Intermediate

Organization Description:
We are looking for honest, dedicated, enthusiastic, and skilled individuals to join our team.

VDA Architecture Limited has been practicing in Victoria for more than 30 years and has worked with more than 140 communities across Canada. Working for VDA you will be involved with a wide range of projects including multi-family, commercial, industrial, recreation, and studies.

Our office is a relaxed and fun place to work, we make every project enjoyable project to work on. It rubs off on everyone and the results are visible in the success and suitability of the buildings completed. We listen, we learn, we respect, we produce, and we enjoy what we do – you will too.

Job Description:
You will be responsible for project management duties, overseeing teams and assisting with preparation of architectural design drawings, presentation drawings, renderings, through to production of construction documentation, tender, and construction administration.

Duties:

  • Taking project from start to finish
  • Assist with preparation of proposals and fee letters
  • Management of clients, schedules and multi-discipline project delivery teams
  • Provide oversite on multiple projects

Qualifications:

  • BC Registered Architect
  • 2 years BC experience
  • Working knowledge of BC Building Code
  • Proficient in AutoCAD and Sketchup
  • Revit experience not essential, but will be considered an asset.
  • LEED certification an asset

Skills:

  • Ability to function well as a team member
  • High level of accuracy and quality of work
  • Experience in production of specifications
  • Both internal and consultant coordination
  • Time management skills and the ability to work to and meet tight deadlights
  • Flexible and able to serve in multi-faceted roles, switching roles throughout the workday
  • Excellent interpersonal skill and effective written and speaking skills
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

Incentives and Compensation:

  • Competitive base compensation based on experience and qualifications
  • Family friendly hours 8-4, with little or no overtime
  • Benefits including dental, extended health, disability, and life
  • Continuing education support

Contact Info:
VDA Architecture Limited
3388A Tennyson Avenue
Victoria, BC
V8Z 3P6
E: mail@vda.ca
Send cover letter and resume in pdf format to mail@vda.ca
No phone calls please. We thank you for your interest in working with VDA, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Urban West Architecture

Position / Title Seeking:
Architect / Intern Architect

Level of Experience:
3-8 years

Organization Description:
Urban West Architecture is a young, 4 person, design-focused architecture studio based in Vancouver BC. Our current work spans a variety of project types including custom single family residences, duplexes, condominiums, commercial buildings and renovations. We have projects located throughout the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island and Whistler.

We are constantly looking for opportunities to innovate in the areas of environmental design and construction. Several of our projects are pursuing Passive House certification and we are currently working on the design of an 8 storey Passive House Multi-unit Residential Building constructed with a CLT structure.

The studio is led by Justin Bennett who brings over 15 years of experience with several well recognized firms such as Mackay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects, Perkins + Will and most recently as an Associate at Michael Green Architecture.

Our website is currently under construction but for a sample of our current work please visit the media section at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-bennett-46589b23/

Job Description:
We are looking for a design-oriented Architect / Intern Architect to join our Vancouver office. This position would involve the following:

  • Working directly with a Principal on all phases of each project
  • Developing projects from concept design to completion
  • Production of development permit and building permit drawings
  • Coordination with local municipalities
  • Coordination with consultants

This is an exciting opportunity to become a part of a newly established design studio (2016) and help shape our direction as we move forward. This is a contract position with the potential to lead into a full time salaried position.

Required qualifications and skills:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills (Mastery of the English language)
  • 3-8 years of experience working for an Architecture firm
  • Strong design portfolio
  • Mastery of Autocad
  • Proficiency in Sketchup and Adobe CS Suite
  • Experience preparing Contract Documents
  • Experience with light wood frame construction and building detailing
  • Working knowledge of the BCBC and VBBL
  • Must be registered with the AIBC, or eligible to be registered in the province of British Columbia

Apply with PDF resumes and portfolios only to info@uwarchitecture.com Attn: Justin Bennett, Architect AIBC Maximum 10 MB.

Please understand that due to the large number of applicants we receive, we will only contact those eligible candidates for interviews. (No drop-ins of phone calls please)

Wensley Architecture

INTERIOR DESIGNER VANCOUVER

From offices in Vancouver and Victoria, Wensley Architecture provides a full range of architectural and interior design services. Our firm is widely recognized for expertise in retail, residential, mixed-use, office and senior health-care projects. We are dedicated to high quality design, exceptional client service and the incorporation of sustainable design principles in our projects.

Wensley Architecture is seeking an Intermediate/Senior Interior Designer for our Vancouver office with the following required skills and expertise:

  • Minimum five years of experience with a Canadian multi-disciplinary architectural firm;
  • Significant experience with a wide variety of project types including tenant improvements, retail, mixed-use and multi-family residential;
  • Knowledge of all aspects of project delivery including design, contract documents and construction services;
  • Ability to source and specify interior finishes;
  • Familiarity coordinating retail leases;
  • High attention to detail and demonstrated organizational abilities;
  • Excellent graphic and presentation skills
  • Expertise with CAD;
  • Proficiency in Sketch-Up, Photoshop and/or Revit;
  • Strong communication skills in English; and
  • Aspiration to work in a dynamic, team-oriented work environment.

Applicants should be prepared to provide work samples including working drawings, contract administration documents (i.e. site instructions, field reviews), and presentation boards.

We will provide a competitive salary, health benefits and continuing education opportunities.

Please email your resume, cover letter and salary expectations to office@wenslyarch.com. Include the position ‘Interior Designer-Vancouver’ and your name in the subject of your email.

 

Wensley Architecture

Intermediate Technologist or Architect, Vancouver

From offices in downtown Vancouver and Victoria, Wensley Architecture Ltd. provides a full range of architectural, planning and interior design services. With more than thirty years of practice in Western Canada, our firm is widely recognized for expertise in retail, residential, mixed-use, office and senior health-care projects. We are dedicated to high quality design, exceptional client service and the incorporation of sustainable design principles in our projects. To learn more about our firm visit http://www.wensleyarch.com/.

We have an immediate opening for a Intermediate Technologist or Architect in our Vancouver office with the following required skills and expertise:

  • Minimum 5 years’ relevant experience with a British Columbia Architectural firm;
  • Completion of a certified Building Technology or Architectural program in a professionally recognized institution;
  • Demonstrated expertise in building technology with wood frame for low-rise and mid-rise projects;
  • Familiarity with municipal approvals processes;
  • Knowledge of the BC Building Code Part 3, Part 9 and ASHRAE 90.1;
  • Field review and construction period services experience;
  • Experience in a variety of project types, including multi-family residential, retail, and office;
  • High level of proficiency in AutoCad, SketchUp and Photoshop (experience with Revit would be an asset);
  • Understanding of sustainable design considerations;
  • Ability to manage priorities and meet tight deadlines;
  • Ability to effectively coordinate with clients, consultants, and Municipal staff; and
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and communication skills in English.

We will provide the successful proponent with a competitive salary, health benefits and continuing education opportunities.

Please email your resume, samples of your work in PDF format, a minimum of two professional references, and salary expectations to office@wensleyarch.com. Include your name and the position, Intermediate Technologist or Architect (Vancouver), in the subject of your email.

Wensley Architecture

Architect/ Designer, Vancouver

Wensley Architecture has an immediate opening for an Architect, Intern or similar designation, with demonstrated expertise in design and design development.  We are looking for a creative individual who is also a team player committed to providing high quality work, and who is looking for long term employment. The successful candidate will work closely with the Project Designer to prepare complete design drawings for Client and Municipal approvals. We will provide a competitive salary, health benefits and opportunities for professional development.

Required Skills + Experience

  • Minimum 5 years relevant Canadian experience.
  • Experience in a variety of project types, including high rise, retail, office and multi-family residential;
  • Experience in interpreting Municipal zoning and planning documents, and familiarity with Municipal approval processes (ie. Rezoning and Development Permit.)
  • Demonstrated design ability, both concept design and design development.
  • Understanding of sustainability design considerations;
  • Ability to clearly communicate with clients, consultants, and Municipal staff.
  • Excellent architectural graphic skills with high level of proficiency in AutoCad, Photoshop and SketchUp. Experience with Revit would be an asset.
  • Ability to multi-task, and to meet deadlines;
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills in English;
  • Those applying for the Architect position, must be registered with the AIBC or eligible to be registered in the province of British Columbia.

Please email your resume, including samples of your work in PDF format, a minimum of two professional references, and salary expectations to office@wensleyarch.com. Include your name and the position, Architect / Designer Vancouver, in the subject of your email.

Wensley Architecture

Senior Architect, Wensley Architecture, Victoria

From offices in downtown Vancouver and Victoria, Wensley Architecture Ltd. provides a full range of architectural, planning and interior design services. With more than forty years of practice in Western Canada, our firm is widely recognized for expertise in retail, residential, mixed-use, office and senior health-care projects. We are dedicated to high quality design, exceptional client service and the incorporation of sustainable design principles in our projects. To learn more about our firm visit http://www.wensleyarch.com/.

We are seeking a Canadian Registered Senior Architect to coordinate projects and project teams from our Victoria office with minimal supervision through design development, construction documents preparation, and construction period services. The successful proponent will manage client relationships and team communication and will be responsible for reviewing work and quality control.

Required skills and expertise:

  • Minimum 7 years’ relevant experience in the Canadian Architectural Industry;
  • Registered as an Architect in Canada;
  • Minimum 3 years’ project management experience including the coordination of a team during design and construction documents preparation;
  • Multi-disciplinary experience, specifically mixed use residential, retail and office, both new designs and renovations;
  • In-depth knowledge of the BC Building Code Part 3 and ASHRAE 90.1 (understanding of NECB would be an asset);
  • Experience conducting field reviews;
  • Advanced skills in SketchUp and AutoCAD (knowledge of Revit would be an asset);
  • Demonstrated expertise in building technology including wood frame, steel and concrete construction;
  • Excellent communication skills in English, both written and oral;
  • Ability to meet challenges head-on;
  • Cultivated problem solving skills.

Applicants should be prepared to provide samples of their work including working drawings and contract administration documents and three professional references, and should be available to start two weeks from acceptance of offer of employment.

We will provide a competitive salary, health benefits and continuing education opportunities.

Please email your resume, cover letter and salary expectations to office@wenslyarch.com. Include your name and the position, Senior Architect (Victoria), in the subject of your email. We thank all who apply, but will only be contacting applicants who meet all of our requirements.

Parkin Architects

Parkin Architects has been operating in Canada since 1948 with offices in Vancouver, Toronto, and Ottawa, and the firm specializes in a variety of building types including healthcare, recreation, justice, and education.  Parkin has participated in more than 1,000 projects within the last decade, and our teams, integrity, proven practical approach, cost control skills and global insight enable us to deliver designs that reflect the unique needs and priorities of our clients. We work hard in a relaxed environment and we endeavor to accommodate the individual needs of our staff and their busy lives.

Junior and Intermediate Intern Architect & Architectural Technologist Positions

  • Be engaged as a project team member on P3 and design-build projects in a fast-paced and collaborative environment
  • Work with a full complement of consultants and design professionals
  • Help to deliver projects efficiently and effectively through inspirational leadership.
  • Engage in the culture of the firm

Required Abilities:

  • 3+ years architectural experience, preferably in large scale P3 and/or design-build healthcare projects
  • Proficient Revit capability for design and construction documentation
  • Be a team player, working with a variety of individuals and consulting disciplines
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Preference given to candidates registered with the AIBC, or those that are eligible to be registered with the AIBC

Employment Incentives:

  • Our Vancouver office is casual and friendly.
  • We have a pet-friendly office environment.
  • We work hard but we have fun too! A good sense of humor will integrate well.
  • Flexible work hours, and summer hours year-round.
  • Competitive compensation and benefits, and opportunity to earn annual bonuses.

Interested?

Please submit your resume and cover letter to vancouver@parkin.ca with Intern Architect Position in the subject line. No telephone inquiries please. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Parallel Group Operations Inc.

Intermediate level Architectural Technologist – Residential Wood Frame

Location:
Vancouver, BC

Salary:
Competitively based on candidate’s experience.

Resumes to be submitted to company website:
www.parallelgroup.com/about-us/careers               

At Parallel Group, we are dedicated to the advancement of technology and its contribution to architecture and engineering. That’s what makes us unique.  We find the greatest access to providing that contribution is through focus on the quality of the drawings & details we produce, and our enjoyment comes from our success. Quality is why our clients come to us, and our commitment to them through the experience of working with us is why they come back. Our success has resulted in an increasing volume of work and so we are looking for an Intermediate Architectural Technologists to join our team. The main focus for this position will be on residential wood frame projects.

Working on the west end of Gastown, close to public transit, you will be part of a company that strongly supports the development of its people by assisting them in the advancement of their careers through ongoing training and education. Our core values include quality service, supporting the growth of our people, and enjoying the team you work with.  If this sounds like you, we want to talk to you about being part of our team!

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lead small to large sized residential wood frame projects
  • Coordinate projects and liaise with clients, consultants and municipalities
  • Review and assess content and quality of drawings to meet our quality control standards
  • Generate architectural drawing packages and Revit models
  • Provide design input on residential projects
  • Mentor and develop co-workers

Skills and Attributes

  • Certificate/diploma in Architectural Drafting Technology from a recognized Technical College/Institute
  • Registration or eligibility for registration with the AIBC as an Architectural Technologist
  • Minimum 3 – 5 years of industry experience working on a variety of large and small projects
  • Proven experience with BCBC and VBBL
  • Experience in residential design for single family homes
  • Experience with wood frame construction
  • Experience coordinating with municipalities and various consultants
  • Strong understanding of envelope and construction assemblies and detailing
  • An aptitude to work with existing structures
  • Revit skills, along with proficiency in AutoCAD
  • Experience with Passive House would be an asset
  • Aptitude for graphics standards and a desire to create beautiful drawings
  • Self-motivated, with a willingness to learn and continue upgrading technical knowledge
  • Team focused; enjoys collaborating with others on projects
  • Good verbal and written English communication skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Passionate appreciation for Architectural designs and drawings
  • Service and client/customer orientated

Thinkspace Architecture Planning Interior Design

THINKSPACE

Tired of the downtown commute? Want to be part of a family oriented firm where everyone knows you by name and you have the opportunity to get involved in all aspects of a Project? Well look no further!

Thinkspace Architecture Planning Interior Design has been providing professional architectural services since 1963. With offices located in Surrey and Kelowna BC, we have built a significant portfolio of new construction, renovations, additions, upgrades and planning projects. These include civic, post-secondary, institutional and healthcare projects ranging up to $50 million in value. To learn more, please visit our website at www.thinkspace.ca

Our Surrey office is currently seeking a Healthcare Specialist to assist with the design, detailing and construction of a variety of institutional projects. Candidates must present comprehensive and well rounded qualifications, including;

  • An inquisitive and rigorous design sense
  • Understanding of and experience with major institutional projects, particularly related to Healthcare
  • Familiarity with current trends in Healthcare planning and design
  • In-depth understanding of building systems, including building envelope
  • Understanding of and experience with sustainable design
  • Experience and ability to manage a team and coordinate consultants
  • Knowledge of the total design process, from concept through construction, with an understanding of different methods of project delivery
  • Ability to plan, direct, and execute a set of design, tender and construction drawings and specifications
  • Contract administration experience including field reviews
  • Ability to work on multiple projects concurrently
  • Knowledge of how to plan, schedule and track project timelines, budgets and milestones to ensure project progress is on schedule
  • Proficient in AutoCAD. Working knowledge of Revit, Sketch-up or similar software would be an asset
  • Project Management experience in an Architectural capacity is essential

The ideal candidate will have acquired these skills through a degree from an accredited post secondary institution, plus 5-10 years of experience working on a variety of institutional projects, with an emphasis on Healthcare. Priority will be given to highly self-motivated and self-directed candidates experienced and willing to take on all phases of the procurement process, and possessing the desire and ambition to take a leadership role in the firm. Registration with, or eligibility to be registered with the AIBC would be considered an asset.

Thinkspace offers a stimulating work environment with an emphasis on continuous learning and career advancement. Competitive compensation package is offered, including continuing education, professional membership dues and group benefits plan.

If you’re interested in joining our team, please send your resume along with a portfolio illustrating your work in PDF format to careers@thinkspace.ca. Please include a cover letter clearly stating the position you are applying for. Do not send links as they will not be opened.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted. No phone calls or drop-in enquiries please.

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Fraser Health careers

Position Highlights

Bring your project management expertise, creative problem-solving and broad knowledge of patient care delivery to the Senior Project Manager roles.

You will have the exciting opportunity to engage in work on various projects primarily focusing on the Vancouver Coastal Health portfolio in Vancouver, BC (Downtown Eastside Projects) as well as in Richmond, BC (Residential Care and Community Health).

As Senior Project Manager, you are responsible for managing the planning and implementation of approved large facilities projects, including project management, budget control, contract management, dispute resolution and oversight of facilities projects from planning and design through to construction and commissioning, and supervision of assigned staff and management of consultants.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Communicating to stakeholders around project requirements and status
  • Prepare schedules, budgets, status reports and briefing notes.
  • Establishing project team structure, managing consultants and coordinating with development partners, as required.
  • Leading business plan development for large capital projects through the preparation of feasibility studies, analysis and solution development.
  • Leading real estate project development for large tenant improvement and/or capital projects.
  • Attending and chairing Project Committee and acute hospital site leadership team meetings.

Qualifications

As the successful candidate you have a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design or related discipline and a professional designation, and seven to nine years’ recent, related experience in capital project planning/design/construction management for large multi-site organization.

If you are interested in these career opportunities, please apply online at careers.fraserhealth.ca using the competition numbers 1088422 (VCH) and 1088534 (Richmond). If this is your first time applying for a position, please create your profile.

Phone: 604.953.5115         Toll-Free: 1.866.837.7099        Website: careers.fraserhealth.ca

Atelier Pacific Architecture Inc.

PROJECT ARCHITECT

Immediate full time position available in a growing Burnaby based Architectural firm.  Atelier Pacific Architecture is looking for a self-motivated and accomplished individual interested in a long term career opportunity.   No Contract or Part time inquiries.

Requirements:

  • The right candidate must have Canadian experience with a minimum 5 years of solid broad based architectural experience with comprehensive commercial/residential developments, single and multi-family residential
  • Strong Design, excellent interpersonal, communication and leadership skills along with an excellent command of the English language– both written and verbal.
  • Proficient use and experience with Revit is an asset
  • LEED and/or Passive House Accreditation an asset
  • Registered with the AIBC or eligible to be registered in the province of British Columbia.

Resumes with cover letter may be faxed, delivered or e-mailed in confidence to:

Atelier Pacific Architecture Inc.
Suite 111 – 3823 Henning Drive
Burnaby, BC V5C 6P3
CANADA

Email:             info@atelierpacific.com
Fax:                604 662-8655

We offer excellent career advancement opportunities along with an attractive compensation package, including health & dental benefits and an Employee Group RRSP.

Salary will be dependent on experience and qualifications. We thank all applicants but only those whose experience criteria are met will be contacted.

Raymond Letkeman Architects Inc.

Position / Title Seeking:
Master Planning Technologist, Architect

Level of Experience:
Intermediate – Senior

Organization Description:
A full service architectural firm, Raymond Letkeman Architects Inc. is a multiple award winning industry leader in comprehensive resort village and urban community developments.

With 35 years of international experience designing some of the world’s most prominent resorts, Ray and his team at RLA specialize primarily in master planning and design architecture for both cold and warm weather communities and resorts throughout North America and in locales such as Mexico, New Zealand and Hawaii.

With unparalleled experience in planning and design of diverse residential, resort and local communities and combined with extensive background in the construction industry, RLA has the design response and technical understanding required for the unique complexities of each community and building types.

The master planning principles learned from the resort communities have now been readily applied to existing and new urban communities to form unique community opportunities.

Sustainable development is an integral part of all RLA projects.

Job Description:
Who wants a challenging opportunity of a lifetime? Excellent Photoshop, sketch-up, work ethic, street smarts, vision a must.

Contact Info:
Qualified candidates interested in this exciting career opportunity should send their resume with a cover letter and portfolio to office@rlai.com

No phone calls, please. All applications will be kept in strict confidence. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Keystone Architecture & Planning Ltd.

Position / Title Seeking:
Construction Administrator

Level of Experience:
Intermediate

Organization Description:

Background on Keystone
Keystone is a full service architectural firm situated in Abbotsford, BC. Our diverse portfolio covers both the private and public sector and our projects are located throughout the Fraser Valley, Lower Mainland, Okanagan and beyond, as well as Alberta.

Keystone has a well-established a reputation of high integrity, client-focussed approach, and expert execution. For over 25 years, we have been cultivating and finely tuning a proven and successful design process that combines innovative designs and practical solutions for a wide variety of clients, project types, and industries. The end result of this process is that it transforms projects into something far greater – developments of true lasting value.

Located in the heart of BC’s beautiful and rapidly growing Fraser Valley, we are within close proximity to mountains, lakes, and all kinds of natural beauty and are just an hour’s drive away from Vancouver. Abbotsford is a progressive and family-oriented community that offers tremendous opportunities for work, play, and growth. Although it is near to Vancouver, property and rental costs are significantly lower, therefore, the improved standard of living and more relaxed pace are highly desirable aspects of this area.

Job Description:

Qualifications

  • Architectural and Building Technology Diploma (minimum) or equivalent education
  • Minimum 5 years post-graduate local experience working in an Architectural firm or similar experience
  • Experienced in Construction Administration
  • Sound technical background
  • Understanding of the importance to maintain the original design intent
  • Proficient knowledge of local and national building codes
  • Construction background / experience would be an asset
  • Experience in the production of specifications would be an asset
  • CCCA Certification would be an asset

Skills Required

  • Ability to multi-task and be involved on a multitude of projects
  • Ability to implement and integrate systems, protocols, and standards
  • Ability to work well within a team setting and collaborate on projects
  • Ability to complete well-executed projects while working under deadlines/budgets
  • Ability to ensure the construction process conforms with the drawings and specifications
  • Ability to ensure code compliance is realized on site
  • Flexible and able to serve in multi-faceted roles switching roles throughout workday
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite
  • Problem solving capabilities
  • Detail oriented
  • Strong communication proficiency
  • Sense of humour and ability to have fun!


Incentives & Compensation

People are our greatest asset and we continuously seek out and hire the most talented individuals in the architecture industry. We believe in fostering an atmosphere of creativity, teamwork, and success together – through our collaborative approach, each member of our team has the opportunity to contribute. Because of our diverse portfolio, company structure, and philosophy, we give our employees the exciting opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in their careers while working on a variety of project types, with a variety of client groups, and throughout the design processes and phases. We also believe in a hard work, hard play mentality and we like to have fun both while at work and outside of work as a team.

We have a highly team-oriented, positive, and synergistic work environment and we generously reward the success that we realize as a team together. Our total compensation package includes the following:

  • Competitive base compensation
  • Substantial performance incentive profit distribution
  • Benefits plan including dental, extended medical, life, and disability insurance
  • Continuing education allowance
  • Higher vacation allowances and allotments

Work/life balance

Contact Info:
Qualified candidates interested in this exciting career opportunity should send their resume with a cover letter and portfolio to careers@keystonearch.ca.

The successful candidate will be offered a competitive compensation package that will vary depending on experience and qualifications. This compensation package may include a relocation assistance signing bonus to candidates coming from out-of-province. For further information on our firm and projects, please visit our website at www.keystonearch.ca or our Linkedin page.

If you’re looking for more than just a job, then come join us at Keystone Architecture and be a part of something far greater!

Henriquez Partners Architects

Henriquez Partners Architects is a well established, values driven and design focused firm with a diverse portfolio of projects. Based in Vancouver, Canada, we are dedicated to making meaningful contributions to communities by creating sustainable, conceptually unique, memorable buildings of lasting quality. We embrace complex design challenges and have a strong track record of success (the vast majority of our designs get built). We are staffed to excel at large, complex projects like the 1 million square foot TELUS Garden mixed-use development, but also have the agility to take on smaller projects that make an important contribution such as the recently completed, 6,000 square foot York Theatre. We value creativity, technical excellence and rigour and are proud of our high-caliber.

Junior level Architect / Architectural Graduate / Model Maker

We are looking for talented recent architectural graduates to join our firm on a full time permanent basis. A successful candidate will have strong design skills will be able to prepare 3D renderings, physical models and architectural drawings. The candidate will take responsibility of their work and perform well independently and in a team environment.

The job duties include but are not limited to: assisting Project Architects and Senior Leadership team in all project phases, CAD preparation of architectural drawings, preparation of design concepts, renderings, material and image boards, sketches, and presentations, and physical models, participating in an integrated design team, and miscellaneous tasks as assigned.

THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE:

  • A Master’s Degree in Architecture or equivalent
  • 2 years of work experience preferred
  • Fluency in English
  • Exemplary design skills
  • Revit, SketchUp, Vectorworks, Rhino and 3D Studio Max skills
  • Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator skills
  • Experience in creating photo-realistic or highly detailed conceptual renderings
  • Experience with laser-cutting, 3D printing and other current model-making techniques
  • The ability to construct professional quality architectural models
  • Experience working with a range of materials in the production of physical models (chip board, acrylic, foam core, wood etc.)
  • Candidates applying for the Architect role must be registered with the AIBC, or eligible for registration in the province of British Columbia

Salary range commensurate with education and experience: $50,000 – 60,000
Bonus and Salary Increases are evaluated at the end of each calendar year.
Benefits: MSP, Dental and Extended Medical and vacation.

Please submit cover letter, resume and portfolio to the attention of:
Andrea Smith, Finance and HR Administrator: andreasmith@henriquezpartners.com

CHP Architects

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Intern Architect / Senior Technologist
CHP Architects is a growing architectural and landscape architectural consulting practice located in the heart of the Fraser Valley. Intern Architects or highly trained Technologists are invited to apply to join our Chilliwack team to work on a range of education, multifamily, health care and institutional projects throughout the lower mainland and beyond.

The expanding community of Chilliwack has become a wise choice for professionals and their families who are looking for easy access to a vast recreational hinterland and relief from commuter stress. Surrounded by mountains, world-class fishing, golfing, hiking and lakes, yet close access to all Vancouver has to offer, Chilliwack is ideally poised to provide lifestyle choices that are affordable and rewarding.

Dynamic medium and large scale architectural projects spark innovative design and provide opportunity for CHP’s practitioners to be challenged in exciting and fast-paced urban developments. We believe the development of each team member is key, with opportunities for growth encouraged. The work environment is open and participatory and competitive salaries and benefits package are offered.

Qualifications
We’re seeking a talented, hardworking, proactive intern architect or highly trained technologist with strong design abilities and visual communication skills to assist the production of design and construction documents for a range of educational, institutional, health care and multifamily projects. The ideal candidate will possess the following:

  • Proficiency in REVIT and applicable graphic presentation and visualization programs.
  • Senior Technician will have Diploma or Post-Secondary degree in Architecture or Building Sciences with minimum 5+ years’ experience in the production of construction drawings for multiple medium to large scale projects.
  • Intern Architect will have professional degree in Architecture from an accredited minimum 6 year university program with preferred minimum 1-2 years’ experience in an architecture practice. Registration with AIBC to practice in BC or currently working as an Intern through the registration process.
  • Strong English written, verbal and visual communication skills.
  • Experience in educational facility design and document preparation is beneficial.
  • Ability to prepare and assemble complete construction documents for permit application and tender.

Please apply by sending your cover letter, resume and a maximum of 10 page PDF format portfolio to chp@chparchitects.com. We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership (MCM)

Snr Architect MCMPWe would like to hear from you if you are a senior level Architect with:

  • 8 – 10+ years of experience
  • Must be registered with the AIBC or eligible to be registered in the Province of British Columbia
  • Sustainability designation LEED AP or Passive house designer
  • Passion for high-quality and sustainable design
  • Collaborative design skills
  • Client relations experience and interest in business development
  • Design documentation created in SketchUp, Revit 3DMax, Rhino, and AutoCAD modelling software
  • Thorough knowledge of building codes and civic planning processes in BC and Alberta
  • Ability to manage a project teams and budgets
  • Preparing project work plans and design schedules is an asset
  • A vision to mentor the next generation

Submit Your Resume in Confidence!

We are an open and collaborative teamwork focused environment where we value our employees and offer the potential for growth within the firm. Please, no phone calls or drop-ins. Submit your resume by e-mail (pdf) indicating the position you are applying for in the Subject line.

Attention: Gabriele Bromley (Ms), Administrative Director & Associate
Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership Architects Designers Planners
Email: mcmp@mcmparchitects.com

Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership (MCM)

Project Manager MCMP We would like to hear from you if you are a Project Manager with the following talents:

  • Lead internal and consultant teams in the development and production of documentation and materials from schematic design to occupancy
  • Produce and execute work plans
  • Experience in the creation and the delivery of Schematic Design, Development Permits, UDP and/or ADP Booklets, Working Drawings and Construction Administration is an asset
  • Able to collate germane materials, have copy writing and editing experience, coupled with RFP
    drafting knowledge for supportive consultants
  • Large scale project commercial and residential experience with a track record of completed projects
  • Construction detailing experience with construction administration knowledge is beneficial
  • Technologically literate with a variety of program platforms and a keenness to learn while having access to a variety of mentors within the office for career growth
  • Liaise with the project and municipality staff, consultants and clients on multiple projects at a time
  • Exhibit a highly developed degree of experience in drafting (previous or current) and collaborating graphically using a variety of programs with importance placed on use of AutoCAD, Sketchup and REVIT
  • Able to organize documentation effectively and quickly digest a significant volume of information to advise the firm and clients on a projects status
  • LEED AP BD + C project experience and LEED knowledge is an asset as many of our projects target high sustainability standards and use LEED as a metric

Submit Your Resume in Confidence!

We are an open and collaborative teamwork focused environment where we value our employees and offer the potential for growth within the firm. Please, no phone calls or drop-ins. Submit your resume by e-mail (pdf) indicating the position you are applying for in the Subject line.

Attention: Gabriele Bromley (Ms), Administrative Director & Associate
Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership Architects Designers Planners
Email: mcmp@mcmparchitects.com

Gordon Mackenzie Architect Inc.

GMA

Gordon MacKenzie Architect Inc. is a small firm – by design – and we enjoy a high proportion of repeat clients, which we trust confirms our commitment and dedication to client service.

We will currently consider candidates for the following positions:

  1. a) Project Architect (Must be registered with the AIBC, or eligible to be registered in the province of British Columbia.);
  2. b) Interior Designer (IDIBC or equal);
  3. c) Architectural Technologist or Intern Architect (Must be registered with the AIBC, or eligible to be registered in the province of British Columbia.).

*Please indicate one with your application

We take an integrated and collaborative approach to our work and you must be prepared to see projects from conception through completion. Our projects range from winery & hospitality to health care, technology & social housing.

A sociable personality, along with strong communications skills, is equally as important as your technical knowledge and skillset.  Must be able to multi-task, work independently, take direction and adapt to the variety of project requirements.  A well rounded skill set is required in a small office setting, including design talent, practical building detailing and coordination of consultants. Proficiency in Revit, Autocad, Sketch-up, Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office is required, as is familiarity with BCBC and VBBL, along with Construction Contract Administration procedures.

Applicants with an ability to Listen / Think / Communicate / Design / Solve / Execute preferred.

Please submit your pdf by email to Gordon MacKenzie Architect Inc. at: hr@gmastudio.com

NSDA Architects

Position / Title Seeking:
Technologist

Level of Experience:
Junior

Organization Description:
NSDA Architects design buildings that are inspirational, socially relevant, economically viable, environmentally responsible, and contribute to the health and well-being of the community. We are involved in a wide scope of projects with varying levels of complexity, budgets, and client goals. Our projects include residential, special needs, senior housing, healthcare, commercial, mixed-use, civic, urban design, and restoration.

We strive to create spirited and innovative architecture that responds thoughtfully to site context, climate, culture, and program. Our buildings have received numerous awards, most recently the 2016 SABmag Canadian Green Building Award for the Budzey Building, a social housing project considered to be a model for energy-efficient high-rise residential design. Also, the 2016 Vancouver Urban Design Awards, Large-Scale Residential for Kwayatsut, a social housing and support services project for at-risk and homeless youth.

NSDA Architects was established in 1976. We are a mid-size architectural firm located in Vancouver’s historic Gastown neighborhood. Our office employs over thirty between architectural and administrative staff. NSDA’s office culture is relaxed and has a social atmosphere, team sports, and other functions are arranged frequently. NSDA supports staff by offering a continuing education fund, paid days to employees to attend professional courses, reimbursement for annual AIBC fees for registered architects and supports interns to reach their registration goals.

Job Description:
We have an immediate opening for a Junior Technologist. The ideal candidate has experience drafting detailed drawings for all delivery phases and possesses a strong understanding of building envelope and construction details. Your role would be to support the project manager, senior technologist and team with the delivery phases and to be accountable for accuracy and quality of design and construction documentation.

  • 2 to 4 years of relevant experience
  • Working knowledge of local building codes
  • Vectorworks experience preferred and considered an asset
  • Salary commensurate with experience

Contact Info:
Please forward a cover letter, resume and a brief portfolio in pdf format, to hr@nsda.bc.ca

No phone calls, please. All applications will be kept in strict confidence. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

For more information on our firm please visit our website at www.nsda.bc.ca

Keystone Architecture & Planning Ltd.

Position / Title Seeking:
Technical Coordinator / Contract Administrator

Level of Experience:
Senior

Organization Description:

Background on Keystone
Keystone is a full service architectural firm situated in Abbotsford, BC. Our diverse portfolio covers both the private and public sector and our projects are located throughout the Fraser Valley, Lower Mainland, Okanagan and beyond, as well as Alberta.

Keystone has a well-established a reputation of high integrity, client-focussed approach, and expert execution. For over 25 years, we have been cultivating and finely tuning a proven and successful design process that combines innovative designs and practical solutions for a wide variety of clients, project types, and industries. The end result of this process is that it transforms projects into something far greater – developments of true lasting value.

Located in the heart of BC’s beautiful and rapidly growing Fraser Valley, we are within close proximity to mountains, lakes, and all kinds of natural beauty and are just an hour’s drive away from Vancouver. Abbotsford is a progressive and family-oriented community that offers tremendous opportunities for work, play, and growth. Although it is near to Vancouver, property and rental costs are significantly lower, therefore, the improved standard of living and more relaxed pace are highly desirable aspects of this area.

Job Description:

Qualifications

  • Architectural and Building Technology Diploma (minimum) or equivalent education
  • Minimum 10 years post-graduate local experience working in an Architectural Firm
  • Sound technical background
  • Well versed and experienced in the production of Schematic design and
  • Construction Documents
  • Experienced in Contract Administration
  • Proficient knowledge of local and national building codes
  • Desire to work within a mentoring role
  • Experienced in the production of specifications would be an asset

Skills Required

  • Ability to implement and integrate systems, protocols, and standards
  • Ability to multi-task and have oversight on a multitude of projects
  • Flexible and able to serve in multi-faceted roles switching roles throughout workday
  • The ability to work well within a team setting and collaborate on designs and projects
  • The ability to complete well-executed projects while working under deadlines/budgets
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite
  • Problem solving capabilities
  • Strong communication proficiency
  • Sense of humour and ability to have fun!

Incentives & Compensation

People are our greatest asset and we continuously seek out and hire the most talented individuals in the architecture industry. We believe in fostering an atmosphere of creativity, teamwork, and success together – through our collaborative approach, each member of our team has the opportunity to contribute. Because of our diverse portfolio, company structure, and philosophy, we give our employees the exciting opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in their careers while working on a variety of project types, with a variety of client groups, and throughout the design processes and phases. We also believe in a hard work, hard play mentality and we like to have fun both while at work and outside of work as a team.

We have a highly team-oriented, positive, and synergistic work environment and we generously reward the success that we realize as a team together. Our total compensation package includes the following:

  • Competitive base compensation
  • Substantial performance incentive profit distribution
  • Benefits plan including dental, extended medical, life, and disability insurance
  • Continuing education allowance
  • Higher vacation allowances and allotments
  • Work/life balance

Contact Info:
Qualified candidates interested in this exciting career opportunity should send their resume with a cover letter and portfolio to careers@keystonearch.ca.

The successful candidate will be offered a competitive compensation package that will vary depending on experience and qualifications. This compensation package may include a relocation assistance signing bonus to candidates coming from out-of-province. For further information on our firm and projects, please visit our website at www.keystonearch.ca or our Linkedin page.

If you’re looking for more than just a job, then come join us at Keystone Architecture and be a part of something far greater!

Frits de Vries Architect Ltd.

Position / Title Seeking:
ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGIST

Organization Description:
Frits de Vries Architect Ltd. is a busy design-oriented firm. Please visit our website for more information about our firm: www.frits.ca

Job Description:
We are looking for an Architectural Technologist with a minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience for a full time position. The successful candidate will be capable of working independently, on multiple projects, within a collaborative environment. We are looking for a candidate with a proven track record with moving projects through the permitting and construction drawing phases.

Description of Position:

  • Produce permit drawing sets in conformance with BCBC, VBBL and municipal zoning bylaws.
  • Develop building details
  • Prepare Contract Documents
  • Coordinate Architectural drawings with consultants (Structural, Geotechnical etc.)
  • Coordinate specifications with drawings

We are looking for:

  • A positive and friendly attitude, independent worker
  • Flexible and creative: able to visualize the end goal
  • Diploma or Degree in Architectural/Building Technology from a recognized post-secondary institution
  • Minimum 5 years experience working in Canada
  • Solid understanding of local building codes, and an ability to analyze municipal zoning bylaws, with emphasis on the City of Vancouver.
  • Knowledge of building details, building envelopes and building performance in a coastal climate.
  • Many of our buildings are spatially complex, and we require applicants to have excellent spatial-reasoning skills.
  • Proficiency in CAD is mandatory for this position (Vectorworks preferred)
  • Sketch Up experience is highly desirable
  • Experience with V-Ray or other rendering software is an asset
  • Ability to interpret conceptual sketches and problem-solve technical detailing in order to maintain the integrity of the design intent
  • Ability to work independently, and as a collaborative team member
  • Candidates must be able to legally work in Canada, and must be either registered with the AIBC, or eligible to be registered in the province of British Columbia.

Contact Info:
Please apply with a cover letter, resume and brief portfolio in pdf format (max. 5 MB) via email to Sandi Wiley: careers@frits.ca.  No phone calls please.

We wish to thank all applicants for their interest in our firm, but only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Merrick Architecture

Intermediate-level Project Architect Required Immediately

Merrick Architecture is a dynamic design-focused practice of 39 personnel with long-established studios in Vancouver and Victoria. We offer a collaborative environment in which we promote architecture of excellence while celebrating the participation of all employees. Currently we are seeking for immediate employment a BC-registered Intermediate-Level Project Architect with strong design skills, proficiency in both concept design and detailing/documentation, a good working knowledge of the BC Building Code, and team management experience throughout all phases of project design and delivery. Excellent interpersonal, communication and English language skills are essential.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Maintaining effective liaison with clients, a team of sub-consultants, and municipal authorities, either in concert with the Principal-in-Charge or independently on behalf of the practice.
  • Exploring and refining design concepts working in collaboration with the Design Principal-in-Charge and other staff.
  • Managing and coordinating a project team in the design and production of effective contract documentation packages and construction reviews on behalf of both the client and the practice.
  • Establishing and monitoring internal budgets and project delivery schedules.

Required Qualifications:

  • BC–registered (preferred) Project Architect with a minimum of eight (8) years of related project team management experience. Applicants with any less than five (5) years’ experience will not be considered for this position.
  • Full working knowledge of the BC Building Code.
  • Experience in all phases of a project’s design and delivery.
  • Proficiency in AutoCAD Architecture 2016 and working knowledge of Sketchup; experience with Adobe Creative Suite will be considered an asset.
  • Exceptional communication and leadership skills necessary to manage projects with confidence and collaborative ease.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Proven track record and experience maintaining high quality standards while working to tight deadlines.
  • Committed to the creation of excellent architecture.
  • LEED® certification or other credentials will be considered an asset.

Please email resumes c/w portfolio examples to careers@merrickarch.com with Attention: Administrative Manager. Please do not contact the office directly. We appreciate the submissions of all applicants but note that only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.

For more information about our firm, please visit www.merrickarch.com

Merrick Architecture | Borowski Sakumoto Fligg McIntyre Ltd.
Suite 300 – 839 Cambie Street
Vancouver, BC

 

 

 

Fraser Health careers

Position Title: Project Manager
Location: Surrey or Vancouver, BC
Competition Number: 1088085
Employment Status: Full Time Regular

Position Highlights
The Facilities Maintenance and Operations (FMO) department of Facilities Management is hiring a Project Manager.

Facilities Management (FM) provides services for Fraser Health (FH), Providence Health Care (PHC), the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) and Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH).

As Project Manager with Lower Mainland Facilities Management located at Central City Office in Surrey or 520 West 6th Ave in Vancouver the successful applicant will be working on projects in the Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health portfolio. The successful individual will be involved in planning, coordination, development and delivery of small to medium sized construction projects from strategic planning phases to construction implementation. Projects may include residential care and hospices, clinical projects, equipment installation projects, infrastructure replacement or upgrade projects and other similar work.

Qualifications
As the successful candidate you have Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Interior Design, Engineering or Construction Management and a professional designation, supplemented with five to seven years’ recent related experience in facilities/capital project planning, design and management working with complex, multi-disciplinary facility projects, and progressive experience in a management or leadership strategic planning role.

You excel at working independently as well as in collaboration with others, and are adept in your knowledge of project management principles and methodologies.  Skills in stakeholder engagement and strong communication are required.

If you are interested in this career opportunity, please apply online at careers.fraserhealth.ca using the competition number 1088085. If this is your first time applying for a position, please create your profile.

Phone: 604.953.5115         Toll-Free: 1.866.837.7099        Website: careers.fraserhealth.ca

University of Victoria

Project Manager 3 – (992364)

About this Opportunity
The University of Victoria, Facilities Management is searching for multiple full-time, permanent Project Managers with renovation, new construction and/or program management experience to join their Project Management Services team.

If you feel this opportunity speaks to your abilities, please forward your resume to: Linda.Beaudry@mnp.ca

Please note this is an ongoing posting without a scheduled closing date. This posting may be open for up to one year. Applications will be reviewed as received.

Job Summary
As stewards of the campus, Facilities Management (FMGT) fosters and enriches an inviting and functional environment that welcomes and supports all who come here. Facilities Management’s customers include Deans, departments, faculty, staff and students. The department’s branches work together as a team to ensure a high standard of customer service delivery, as well as the provision of capital projects, and effective, efficient and safe performance for the operation and maintenance of campus buildings.

Reporting to the Associate Director, Project Management Services (PMS), the Project Manager 3 (PM3), manages all phases of project management to successfully deliver project assignments that meet defined objectives and satisfy client expectations. The PM3 is assigned a diverse range of projects at any given time that may vary in complexity and/or risk, but is appropriate for their level of experience and expertise. Projects assigned to this position are usually of moderate to high complexity and/or risk, with several factors contributing to their increased complexity and/or risk including project scope requiring definition, a larger and varied number of stakeholders, a higher degree of ambiguity, an alternate form of delivery, multidisciplinary project team, greater exposure etc.. Project values range up to $20M and include new construction or renovation projects, building assessments, or feasibility studies. This position may also manage a program of projects. Because of the nature of the project assignments, the PM3 usually manages fewer projects for a longer duration. When managing projects this position uses project management and industry best practices, and established departmental and university policies, processes, procedures, systems and templates to oversee the day-to-day management of projects.

The PM3: may chair project and site meetings; prepares Project Briefs/Project Charters/Project Plans; prepares, tenders and participates in the selection of consultants and contractors; manages project construction; administers projects; recommends payment of invoices; tracks and reports on project progress including that of consultants and contractors; and, resolves a variety of client, project, technical and contractor issues, consulting with their supervisor in complex situations such as those involving unresolved conflicts with consultants and contractors. The PM3 guides other project team members providing technical and project related guidance to enable them to fulfill their responsibilities. Exemplifying excellent customer service, this position liaises with clients, user groups, stakeholders, consultants, contractors and FMGT staff to maintain positive relationships and facilitate the smooth implementation of projects.

Additionally, the PM3 may at times: manage projects of lower complexity and/or risk and value; plan projects of lower complexity and/or risk and value overseeing their implementation or turning them over to other PMS staff members for implementation; and, review project plans and related documentation developed by other PMS staff members prior to and during construction. This position also provides leadership within PMS by: coaching, mentoring and recommending training for PMS staff; evaluating the performance of project team members; and, recommending and providing input into the development and maintenance of departmental and university policies, standards, procedures, tools and templates.

This position’s involvement in projects requires flexibility to work weekends or after hours in accordance with project schedules; work requires physical, sight and hearing abilities ensuring safety and conducting site visits where there is exposure to height conditions, noise, untidy and potentially hazardous site conditions during construction and/or including exposure to weather conditions.

Job Requirements
Degree in Architecture or Engineering and 8 years of experience, or Architectural Technology diploma and 12 years or experience, successfully leading project teams from initiation to close.

Experience should include a variety of renovation projects of moderate to high complexity and/or risk with values $20M. Experience should also include:

  • Leadership of multidisciplinary project teams.
  • Human resource management including performance evaluation, coaching and mentoring.
  • Interaction with regulatory agencies.
  • Management of budgetary and financial resources in project delivery.
  • Stakeholder analysis, communication plans and risk management plans and roles and responsibilities matrix Provision of strategic advice and briefings to clients, stakeholders and senior management.
  • Management of a program of projects.

An equivalent combination of education, training and experience could also be considered.

Preference may be given to applicants with experience gained in a post-secondary or similarly large, complex and unionized environment.

Required comprehensive knowledge of:

  • Project management methodologies and best practices, and related policies, guidelines and tools.
  • Technical knowledge relevant to new construction and renovation projects.
  • Legal aspects of construction and contract law, complex procurement and contract management processes for architectural, engineering or construction related services.
  • High performance building systems and design, LEED-Gold requirements and processes, and other sustainable and green building practices.
  • Industry standard contracts: CCDC-2 and RAIC Document Six.
  • Public sector procurement guidelines, standards and policies.

Required skills include:

  • Ability to analyze problems and innovate positive solutions that resolve a variety of complex client, project and technical issues within a diverse project team.
  • Ability to multi-task, working with variable needs and associated timelines in an efficient, effective and flexible manner.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Exceptional facilitation, negotiation, conflict and dispute resolution, and stakeholder relation skills.
  • Ability to critique consultants’ design, construction documents, specifications and construction contract and tender documents.
  • Service excellence approach to project delivery that ensures client’s project objectives are met, positive relationships are maintained, and implementation is smooth.

Assets include:

  • Professional Project Management professional (PMP)
  • LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP)
  • Gold Seal Certification

To apply and to learn more about this and other opportunities available at the University of Victoria, interested individuals are invited to visit our website at:
https://uvic.mua.hrdepartment.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/2741

 

University of Victoria

Project Manager 4 – (992362)

About this Opportunity
The University of Victoria, Facilities Management is searching for multiple full-time, permanent Project Managers with renovation, new construction and/or program management experience to join their Project Management Services team.

If you feel this opportunity speaks to your abilities, please forward your resume to: Linda.Beaudry@mnp.ca

Please note this is an ongoing posting without a scheduled closing date. This posting may be open for up to one year. Applications will be reviewed as received.

Job Summary
As stewards of the campus, Facilities Management (FMGT) fosters and enriches an inviting and functional environment that welcomes and supports all who come here. Facilities Management’s customers include Deans, departments, faculty, staff and students. The department’s branches work together as a team to ensure a high standard of customer service delivery, as well as the provision of capital projects, and effective, efficient and safe performance for the operation and maintenance of campus buildings.

Reporting to the Associate Director, Project Management Services (PMS), the Project Manager 4 (PM4), manages all phases of project management to successfully deliver project assignments that meet defined objectives and satisfy client expectations. The PM4 is assigned a diverse range of projects at any given time that may vary in complexity and/or risk, but is appropriate for their level of experience and expertise.

Projects assigned to this position are usually of high complexity and/or risk, with multiple factors contributing to their increased complexity and/or risk including project scope requiring definition, a larger and varied number of stakeholders, a higher degree of ambiguity, an alternate form of delivery, multidisciplinary project team, greater exposure, interdependencies with other projects and programs, and approvals required from the Board of Governors etc. Project values range up to $100M and include new construction or renovation projects, building assessments, or feasibility studies. This position may also manage a program of projects. Because of the nature of the project assignments, the PM4 usually manages fewer projects for a longer duration (e.g. up to 3 years). When managing projects this position uses project management and industry best practices, and established departmental and university policies, processes, procedures, systems and templates to oversee the day-to-day management of projects.

The PM4: may chair project and site meetings; prepares Project Briefs/Project Charters/Project Plans; prepares, tenders and participates in the selection of consultants and contractors; manages project construction; administers projects; recommends payment of invoices; tracks and reports on project progress including that of consultants and contractors; and, resolves client, project, technical and contractor issues, informing their supervisor of complex situations they are working to resolve. The PM4 guides other project team members providing technical and project related guidance to enable them to fulfill their responsibilities. Exemplifying excellent customer service, this position liaises with clients, user groups, stakeholders, consultants, contractors and FMGT staff to maintain positive relationships and facilitate the smooth implementation of projects.

Additionally, the PM4 may at times: manage projects of lower complexity and/or risk and value; plan projects of lower complexity and/or risk and value overseeing their implementation or turning them over to other PMS staff members for implementation; and, review project plans and related documentation developed by other PMS staff members prior to and during construction. This position also provides leadership within PMS by: coaching, mentoring and training PMS staff; evaluating the performance of project team members; participating in the hiring of PMS staff; and, researching and advising on the development and maintenance of departmental and university policies, standards, procedures, tools and templates. The PM4 may also act as a department representative.

This position’s involvement in projects requires flexibility to work weekends or after hours in accordance with project schedules; work requires physical, sight and hearing abilities ensuring safety and conducting site visits where there is exposure to height conditions, noise, untidy and potentially hazardous site conditions during construction and/or including exposure to weather conditions.

Job Requirements
Degree in Architecture or Engineering and 12 years of experience, or Architectural Technology diploma and 15 years or experience, successfully leading project teams from initiation to close.

Experience should include a variety of renovation projects of high complexity and/or risk with values $100M. Experience should also include:

  • Leadership of multidisciplinary project teams.
  • Human resource management including performance evaluation, coaching and mentoring.
  • Interaction with all manner of regulatory agencies.
  • Management of budgetary and financial resources in project delivery.
  • Selection and management of architectural and engineering consultants.
  • Stakeholder analysis, communication plans and risk management plans and roles and responsibilities matrix Provision of strategic advice and briefings to clients, stakeholders and senior management.
  • Provision of strategic advice and briefings to clients, stakeholders and senior management.
  • Management of a program of projects.

An equivalent combination of education, training and experience could also be considered.

Preference may be given to applicants with experience gained in a post-secondary or similarly large, complex and unionized environment.

Required advanced knowledge of:

  • Project management methodologies and best practices, and related policies, guidelines and tools.
  • Technical knowledge relevant to new construction and renovation projects.
  • Legal aspects of construction and contract law, complex procurement and contract management processes for architectural, engineering or construction related services.
  • High performance building systems and design, LEED-Gold requirements and processes, and other sustainable and green building practices.
  • Industry standard contracts: CCDC-2 and RAIC Document Six.
  • Public sector procurement guidelines, standards and policies.

Required skills include:

  • Ability to review, investigate, analyze multi-faceted problems and innovate positive solutions that resolve a variety of complex client, project and technical issue within a diverse project team.
  • Ability to multi-task, working with variable needs and associated timelines in an efficient, effective and flexible manner.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral
  • Exceptional facilitation, negotiation, conflict and dispute resolution, and stakeholder relation skills.
  • Ability to critique consultants’ design, construction documents, specifications and construction contract and tender documents.
  • Service excellence approach to project delivery that ensures client’s project objectives are met, positive relationships are maintained, and implementation is smooth.

Assets include:

  • Professional Project Management professional (PMP)
  • LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP)
  • Gold Seal Certification 

To apply and to learn more about this and other opportunities available at the University of Victoria, interested individuals are invited to visit our website at:
https://uvic.mua.hrdepartment.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/2740