Job Summary

Designs and draws facilities structures. May supervise construction project.

Job Functions

  • Works with administrators, academic officials, users and user committees to develop program requirements for facility needs; supervises studies to determine effective use of space and advise responsible officers on functional, qualitative, operational, and capital budget requirements of facilities as related to program needs.
  • Coordinates the presentations for approval, the project definition, site and design of major individual projects.
  • Coordinates the selection of consultants, solicitation of bids, and negotiation of contracts and fees for external consultants and contractors; serves as principal liaison between the University and contracting agencies retained for service on individual projects; provides liaison to construction management to enhance compliance with contract documents and evaluates final outcome of projects.
  • Reviews and critiques proposals made by consultant architects for major individual university projects.
  • Develops schematic studies, preliminary plans, working drawings, and specifications for minor buildings or renovations as necessary
  • Examines projects under construction and ensures the maintenance of sound architectural standards; maintains interface with state, local, and federal officials and agencies to carry out projects.
  • Advises members of construction administration on architectural matters and assists the interior design staff with architectural or design problems.
  • Monitors and examines expenditure of funds of established project budgets.
  • May supervise construction project.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Architecture,Tennessee Board of Architecture license, and four-five years of experience.

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Other Professional

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