The Campus Planner is responsible for managing the initial workflow of non-capital projects (<$1million) on the Tulane Campuses. This work includes:
Managing receipt of project request forms, meeting with requestors to scope projects, and coordinating and forwarding requests to appropriate divisions within Campus Services for design and construction.
Managing/executing feasibility and pre-design phases. This work is completed with the help of one direct report and may involve outside consultants.
Managing campus signage projects, including both individual sign requests and larger packages for capital projects, including coordination with the Office of Advancement for donor/dedicatory signage. This work is completed with the help of one direct report and may involve outside consultants.
Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, urban planning, landscape architecture, or engineering from an accredited institution.
Five years directly related experience in architecture or environmental design or an equivalent combination of education, training, and professional experience.
Thorough understanding of project planning, design, execution, sustainability and project documentation.
Knowledge of state and local building codes, building systems operation, and design
Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously; ability to prioritize work, anticipate and meet established deadlines.
Excellent oral and written communication skills; the ability to interact professionally and courteously with internal and external contacts at all levels.
Graphic sensibility and aesthetic.
Internal Number: IRC13459
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