The Office of Court Facilities Planning provides a wide range of services related to the management & operation of over 300 court facilities throughout the state. The Office, located in NYC, is responsible for in-house planning, programing and schematic design of new facilities, additions and modification, reviewing plans and designs of the work of outside consultants for new construction, major renovations and major additions to court facilities throughout NYC, Long Island and all of New York State. Some travel within New York State is required.
Working knowledge of applicable building codes and ADA Guidelines.
Experience with ULURP and SHPO would be helpful.
Strong written and verbal communication skills and sketching abilities are essential.
Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) from an accredited college or university in Architecture, and a minimum of five (5) or more years of relevant experience.
A valid New York State Registration as an Architect is required. Proficiency with AutoCAD is required.
Valid Driver’s License is required.
$83,906 - $97,833 Annually
Manhattan, New York
What do we offer?
The Court System offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package and membership in the New York State & Local Retirement System. Benefits include medical, dental, vision and life insurance. Our goal is to provide equal opportunities, work-life balance, and great career opportunities.
If you are considering a public service career, the New York State Unified Court System (court system) offers varied and rewarding career options, competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Once employed by the court system, you will also find many opportunities to advance your career. The fundamental mission of the court system is to promote the rule of law and to serve the public by providing just and timely resolution of all matters before the courts. Integral to accomplishing its mission are the 16,000 dedicated Judges and non-judicial employees. As a team, they ensure the successful operation of the courts and deliver outstanding service to the public in one of the busiest court systems in the world.