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A Project Coordinator at Soto is self-motivated, communicative, and eager to learn. They have experience putting together design packages and documentation sets for a variety of project phases, ranging from conceptual design to construction documents. Responsibilities for the role of a Project Coordinator are those associated with daily project needs, including:
• daily communication, coordination, & meetings
• creating design visuals such as presentation deck, progress renderings & process sketches • technical drawing sets for all phases (DDs, CDs, Permit, Bid)
• site visits & existing conditions surveys
• researching, understanding & applying local & national building codes & requirements
• material research, product specifications & product schedules
• supporting coordination with multidisciplinary partners such as MEP & Structural
• supporting construction administration (RFI, submittal review)
The role of a Project Coordinator at Soto requires a candidate to have a minimum of 3-5 years of experience under the supervision of a US-licensed architect working in the design industry (ideally in multifamily, commercial, or institutional building typologies).
The ideal candidate would hold a Masters Degree in Architecture or Urban Studies and have additional accreditations to align with their industry passions such as LEED, WELL, Passive House, or others. (Please tell us about your complementing interests!)
Software proficiency in Revit and BlueBeam are critical at Soto. For the role of a Project Coordinator, it is highly recommended but not required to have additional experience and proficiency in supporting design tools such as SketchUp, AutoCAD, Enscape, and the Adobe Creative Suite, as well as administrative software such as MS office - all of which are used regularly in our project process.
Compensation and Benefits
We believe that financial transparency is fundamental to achieving trust and equity in the workplace; thus, our office has an open salary and financial policy. Soto offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package including retirement, health, and dental plans with employer-matched contributions, profit-sharing, continuing education, schedule flexibility, licensure support and reimbursement of annual registration dues, and personal paid time off.
Benefits at Soto also go beyond compensation. As a small firm, we pride ourselves on growing each and every year. Soto hosts annual retreats, outings, happy hours, and holiday celebrations with our extended Soto family members. As a firm, we work hard to align our office culture to support you not only as a professional but as an individual as well.
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