Project Manager
Job Type

About Ayers Saint Gross

Ayers Saint Gross is an internationally recognized design firm with expertise in architecture, planning, landscape architecture, graphic design, interior architecture, and space analytics. Since our founding in 1912, we have built a reputation for designing environments of enduring value. The focus of our expertise and most of our work supports mission-driven clients, particularly colleges, universities, and cultural institutions. Our design approach is inspired by a critical and analytical discourse, a respect for past wisdom, a mind to future potential, and a belief that we have an obligation to leave places better than we found them. Our mission is to engage people and places to create designs that enrich our world. With over 200 professionals, we are headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland with offices in Washington, DC and Tempe, Arizona. 

Position Overview

The Project Manager will manage and facilitate the successful execution of a Project by aligning staffing, work plans, budgets, and design schedules with Contract while anticipating issues affecting project delivery. 

This position can be based out of either our Baltimore, Maryland, or Washington, DC office location for local candidates. The position will be eligible for a hybrid work arrangement with the expectation that approximately 4 days per week will be spent working in an Ayers Saint Gross office, at a client site, or at off-site locations for company sponsored events as needed.  

  • Works independently and oversees and plans the major aspects of architectural projects.
  • Focus in Project Management, Design, Construction Documents, Technical Specifications, Construction Administration aspects      of Project Delivery.
  • Provides overall guidance on project objectives and concepts.
  • Supervises, directs and evaluates work of other architects and technicians.
  • Participates in company promotional activities including client contact, business development, and proposal development.
  • Includes interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
  • 10+ years of related experience.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Strong analytical, communication and presentation skills, ability to plan and deliver complex projects in an interdisciplinary environment.
  • Familiar with architectural concepts, practices, procedures, final documents, specifications, materials and construction      practices.
  • Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
  • Architectural Registration preferred.
  • LEED accreditation required within 12 months.
  • CSI certification encouraged-CDT (Construction Documents Technologist) as the preliminary test followed by CCS (Certified      Construction Specifier) and the CCCA (Certified Construction Contract Administrator).
  • Mid-Atlantic residency preferred but not required.