The Project Coordinator requires an above-average knowledge of planning, technical understanding of design, and aspects of landscape architecture. Project Coordinators work directly under the supervision of the management team including Principals, Senior Project Managers, and Project Managers. The primary role of a Project Coordinator is to coordinate the production of numerous projects.
Creation and modification of layout and graphic content to convey ideas, methodologies, and approaches.
Community and mixed-use planning including land use, zoning, physical lot layout & roadway network geometry.
Preparation of graphics and materials using AutoCAD, SketchUp, and the Adobe Suite.
Knowledge of grading and drainage.
Specific site planning for various project types not limited to residential, commercial, office and recreation.
General Plan amendments, municipal zoning code analysis, research, and written development documentation.
Responsible for coordinating deliverables/deadlines with clients and consultants throughout all phases of a project.
Design guidelines, land development standards, narratives, and other project creative writing.
At least two to five years of experience in Landscape Architecture or similar design field.
A passion for design and innovation.
Must possess a thorough understanding of design development, graphic presentations, and construction document preparation.
Ability to multitask and prioritize deadlines of multiple projects.
Possess a high level of professionalism with strong verbal and written communication skills that are demonstrated throughout being highly motivated, positive, and a self-starter.
Adobe Creative Suite
(specifically Photoshop and InDesign)