About the Role
A job captain must have the experience to work closely with the project manager and project designer in all facets of the design process. The job captain is responsible for the completion and accuracy of the contract documents which may include documents prepared by consultants. These consultants may include structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, other consultants may be required depending on the project scope of work. In addition, a job captain is responsible for the plan check submittals, building department corrections, as needed, until final plan check approval is obtained. During the construction administration phase, the job captain will perform site visits as allowed by the contract, review submittals and respond to RFIs as needed.
Four or five-year accredited college degree in architecture, interior design, or equivalent work experience.
Minimum five years or progressive work experience in the architecture and/or interior design industry.
Excellent communication skills.
Excellent understanding of current building codes including ADA requirements.
Ability to work independently and manage own time.
Strong budgetary and scheduling procedures.
Manage several projects simultaneously.
Excellent understanding of the Contract Documents Phase.
Ability and understanding on how to work with consultants.
Understanding of plan check procedures.
Manage construction administration and field observations.
Proficient in AutoCAD and/or Revit.
Assist other team members, as necessary.