Providing Design Direction — The Design mission statement serves as a “North Star” that keeps everyone clear on the direction of the Design organization. It tells everyone what the Design team is doing today that will take the organization where we want to go in the future.
Architects plan, develop as well as implement developing designs. They gather feasibility accounts, decide environmental impact, produce project proposals, appraisal expenses, decide timelines and oversee building processes.
Direct Contact with customers.
Oversee project proposals.
Oversee budgets and timelines.
Managing project teams.
Communicating with customers and discovering their demands and necessities.
Leading design projects from idea development through to completion.
Promoting and presenting project plans.
Improving designs and projects to meet the customer's requirements.
Developing drawings, blueprints, specifications, and construction records.
Leading research and compiling reports on probability and environmental influence.
Complying with protection standards and regional planning laws.
Discovering and adhering to budgets and timelines.
Leading project teams and co-operating with other construction experts.
Bachelor's degree in Architecture or a similar area.
Experience as an Architect.
Outstanding technical drawing abilities.
Outstanding communication and project management abilities.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office and software programs like AutoCAD, Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, Newforma, and etc.
Familiarity with building codes and regulatory rules.
Powerful inventive and visualization abilities.
It's always a good idea to include the benefits of the job the company will provide such as:
Flexible hours to give you freedom and increase productivity