The Architect Technician assists the Division of Professional Services and other professional and technical staff in support of facility and park projects. Facility projects may include buildings, utilities, structures, mechanical systems, fire protection, alternative energy, roads and trails, vehicle and pedestrian bridges, water and waste water systems, irrigation and drainage systems and historic landscapes. The ArchitectTechnician's major duties and responsibilities are listed below. The percent time spent on each is dictated by the needs of the Chief of Professional Services.
Assists in Complex presentations
Research's programmatic and space planning requirements for building projects.
Complies data from records or other sources such as historical documentation, specifications and drawings.
Applies basic formulas to routine calculations
Travel to park sites to collect data and samples, take measurements and photographs, conduct surveys, attend meetings, and inspect facilities and/or construction activities
Provides assistance to project teams for architectural task orders
In order to qualify for this position you must meet the following by the closing date of the vacancy announcement: Tuesday, June 02, 2015
To qualify for the GS-04 applicants must have successfully completed 2 years of post-high school study, or an associate's degree and be enrolled in an architecture program.