DES Workforce and Development
This exciting new position combines several responsibilities to have a greater impact on the planning and development of capital projects on the state capitol campus and for other DES managed properties. The Campus Architect will be responsible for creating and managing systems to assess the condition of building components; make estimates about remaining useful life and plan for replacement. This position will lead staff efforts to support the State Capitol Committee, and the Capitol Campus Design Advisory Committee. If you are ready to help us in fostering a learning environment for our team and bring this organization to even greater heights, then we encourage you to apply!
As the Assistant Program Manager (APM), you will oversee ten (10) Project Managers that a major portion of the construction program the division is responsible to administer the State Board of Technical Community Colleges, and other client agencies capital construction programs. This job requires the exercise of complex technical judgment with outcomes affecting over 170 contracts with a value of more than $300 million during a typical biennium. You will have the exciting opportunity to coach and provide guidance and training to a team of professional facilities staff. You will use your creativity to think “big picture” to help meet our goals by truly listening to the facilities needs of our clients.
We are looking for a civic-minded, dynamic professional who will impact the lives of others in the places that they learn and work. A positive leader, team builder, and member that is skilled in facilitating and coaching team success by providing guidance and training to a team of professional facilities staff that works with a sense of urgency and can motivate staff to do their best. We want someone who is also capable of creating policies and procedures to support the Project Managers by staying within the law, but has the innovation to utilize new technology to support our clients as they are creating their new projects. If this sounds like an exciting opportunity, we encourage you to apply right away!
The Berger Partnership is currently recruiting for a summer intern. The internship will run from approximately June through August and responses are due by March 31, 2017.
New positions are now available at JPC Architects. We are actively recruiting for:
As a reminder, we’re also hiring for these positions:
Interior Designer – Corporate Interiors / 2016 WA Best Places to Work
Project Architect – Corporate Interiors / PSBJ Best Places to Work
Entry-Level Interior Designer – Corporate Interiors / 2016 WA Best Places to Work
Intern Architect – Corporate Interiors / 2016 WA Best Places to Work
As one of the largest corporate interiors and architecture firms in the Pacific Northwest, JPC Architects is committed to excellent client service and superior design. Our architects, interior designers, and technical staff collaborate seamlessly to create environments that are inspiring, sustainable and change lives. (posted 3/16/17)
National Council for Preservation Education
National Council for Preservation Education Internship (posted 2/21/17)
AEM Consulting, LLC
AEM Consulting, LLC is recruiting for the summer internship program with Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS). There are approximately 50 positions available. WRPS internships are a great opportunity for college students to perform meaningful work on a project at the Hanford Site in Richland, Washington. WRPS offers challenging work experiences for students who are willing to work hard and are eager to build work experience towards their degree. Both AEM and WRPS are looking forward to another exciting summer and hope to see some student applicants from Washington State University. Visit the AEM Consulting website for application information and deadlines. (posted 2/15/17)
Gprojects is a builder of around 20 semi-custom, highly sustainable but still speculative homes per year, and we are looking for a multi-talented detail oriented person to work with our Seattle team. You will wear many hats. The most important one is customer service, which we anticipate will be about 10 hours per week, and involves meeting past homebuyers and working through their issues, such as troubleshooting a malfunctioning boiler or coordinating one year walkthroughs. It’s critical that you have an ability and interest in thinking through problems and solving them, sometimes with your own hands, and knowing when to call back in the experts. The rest of the job depends on your interests and abilities. At least at first it will involve expediting materials to different jobs, and meeting various sub contractors and consultants at jobsites. This easily leads to a project management role on small tasks, which can lead to being the Project Manager for larger more complex issues. We could also see person taking a more active role in parts of the construction, such as working with our finish carpenters and back-out team, as we prep the homes for sale and move in, in balance with the PM/superintendent tasks. For the right person the job can be full or part time. For the right person the job and company grows and morphs to fit your interests and abilities.
Compensation DOE. Please email your cover letter, resume, or whatever you feel is applicable, to Graham Black at email@example.com. (posted 2/15/17)