Project Manager is a key position that is instrumental in developing and managing architectural (primary) and engineering (secondary) projects for a multi-office A/E firm in a multi-county area.
Office of record is the firm’s Radford, Virginia office. The geographic area to be served includes the New River Valley and counties north and east. Candidate will have a minimum of 8-15 years related experience and a BS or BA degree; professional license preferred but not required. Firm’s work is primarily but not exclusively public sector for local municipalities/schools, higher education, and state government.
Project Manager will work directly with the Vice President of Project Management/ Marketing to develop individual annual marketing and sales goal plan for territory; Management of clients is a priority with emphasis on budget, schedule, and client relations. Knowledge of design and construction process and dealing with a wide array of local, state, and federal government funding agencies/projects is most important as well as communication/coordination with design/production personnel. Strong people, financial, and communication skills are essential.
Responsibilities include the planning, coordination and controlling of a project from inception to completion, meeting the client's requirements and ensuring completion on time, within cost and to required quality standards. Day-to-day coordination of project activities, client contact, and project performance is critical.
Salary Range depending on experience is $85,000 to $100,000+.
Candidate will have a minimum of 8-15 years related experience and a BS or BA degree; professional license preferred but not required.
Forward resumes to:
Janice Harber, Human Resources Administrator
Thompson & Litton, Inc.
P.O. Box 1307
Wise, VA 24293
About Thompson & Litton
Thompson & Litton, a multi-disciplined firm with an established practice, which includes both public and private sector clientele has openings. The project and building types we select are diverse, including corporate, educational, housing, criminal justice, mixed-use, adaptive reuse, and complex public programs.