Jacobs Science & Research (S&R) Architect in North Sydney, Australia
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Our Built Environment practice has a global footprint with more than 5,000 professionals contributing to +$1.5B in revenue. Our Architectural, Interior and Building System solutions supports all aspects of specialty consulting to include asset management, economics, business development and scientific advancement for our government, commercial, institutional and industrial clients, across diverse markets and services.
Our Built Environment team is growing, and we are in the market for S cience & Research (S&R) Architect to join the team and be based in our Sydney office . The purpose of this role is to deliver key Science & Research projects as an Architect with a focus on Science & Research. The primary area of focus is on the design and delivery of Science & Research projects to achieve design excellence and client satisfaction in line with Jacob’s business objectives, Sector Plan and relevant Client plans.
Lead client discussions and negotiations
Lead the design and delivery of architecture and/or multidiscipline Built Environment projects
Forge and maintain connections with the ANZ and broader Science & Research sector.
Contribute to & lead the technical strength of the team, as well as the wider regional Jacobs business
Develop & solidify strong client relationships by demonstrated integrity, professionalism, and successful delivery.
Provide overall programming, master planning and lab design planning.
Coordinate and integrate other discipline elements and systems into unified designs.
Communicate with client/user groups to understand project requirements; prepare client presentations, illustrative design studies and reports.
Prepare drawing and specification documentation for schematic through detailed design phases of laboratory design projects. May work on early project phases including master planning, and conceptual development.
Prepare quantitative data to support cost estimates. Review submittals, addresses contractor requests for information and conducts periodic on-site visits to monitor contractor’s compliance with detailed design documents during project construction phase.
Periodic travel to project sites when required
Here’s What You’ll Need:
The ideal candidate will have a recognised Architectural degree and be a registered Architect with advanced knowledge and experience in laboratory design process, construction documentation, construction administration, materials and methods of construction, model building codes and accessibility guidelines.
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