The Senior Designer is responsible for seeing that each of the project team members has a thorough understanding of the assignments, work well together and have the proper support resources to complete the project in a timely fashion. He/she manages the project team during the design phase, handles project communications, represents the team (and the firm) to the client and represents the client to the team.
In addition to the general work responsibilities regarding 1)Job Knowledge, 2)Teamwork and Communication, 3)Individual Productivity and Quality of Work, 4)Reliability and Commitment and 5)Judgment and Decision Making , the Project Manager’s responsibilities include the following: ?Provides leadership to the project team on assigned projects by communicating relevant information.
?Establishes and maintains strong client relationships as evidenced by repeat work generated and positive referrals.
?Monitors quality of deliverables on all assigned projects.
?Engages in marketing activities such as assisting with proposal preparation, preparing and making presentations, and becoming involved in appropriate community or industry activities.
?Performs client management with the Project Officer/Team Leader
?Establishes scope of work, plans and develops concepts and approaches appropriate to the construction budget and the disciplines in carrying out the project work.
?Establishes appropriate level of effort based on project scope and fee.
?Monitors performance of project team members to ensure project coordination is occurring.
?Manages design process
?Supervises preparation of project specifications.
?Supports the office and co-workers through active mentoring, continuing education and training of team members within the discipline.
The ideal candidate will have over ten years of experience with a variety of hospitality projects, and be knowledgeable regarding major hotel brand standards.