LS3P is seeking bright, ambitious individuals to join our team. With over 50 years of design excellence in diverse projects across the Southeast and beyond, we offer exciting opportunities for staff to develop career and personal goals within a fast-paced, inspiring, and professional environment. We are currently seeking a Construction Contract Administrator in our Charlotte, North Carolina office. Successful candidates will be passionate about design, detail-oriented, efficient, devoted to quality output, able to work independently as well as in a team environment, possess the organizational skills to prioritize tasks and handle multiple deadlines, has excellent communication skills, and has a thorough knowledge of relevant codes, operations, processes and trends, a demonstrated ability to mentor and manage teams, and foster and nurture Client relationships, all necessary to be a successful candidate.
Responsibilities include all those required of the Architect during the construction phase by the Owner-Architect Agreement and the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction. Candidates should have a solid and progressive work history with a minimum of 7-years’ experience in related position(s). Candidates shall also possess the following: organizational skills to prioritize tasks and administer multiple projects concurrently; excellent verbal and written communication skills; a thorough knowledge of building and accessibility codes; negotiation skills; a demonstrated ability to manage teams; and an ability to foster and nurture Client relationships. Candidate shall be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Familiarity with Revit software as well as construction industry project management software such as Newforma, Procore, Deltek, and AIA Contract Documents is a plus. Candidate must be able to travel to project sites throughout North and South Carolina. Out-of-state travel is a possibility. Incumbent will be subject to physical demands and must be able to navigate active construction sites that do not contain accessible routes, in addition to climbing ladders and scaffolding, going into holes in the ground to check footings, using temporary stairs to access upper levels of buildings under construction, etc.