University of Kansas Medical Center - Project Manager Architect
Kansas City, KS
The University of Kansas Medical Center is now hiring for a full-time Project Manager Architect at our main campus in Kansas City, KS. This position is responsible for planning and oversight of project design, construction drawings, contract administration, consultant selection, budget and cost estimating services in support of alterations, building additions, new construction and the maintenance and repair of state-owned buildings at the University of Kansas Medical Center state owned properties.
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Summer 2017 Internship | K-State Research and Extension
The Dane G. Hansen & K-State Research and Extension internship gives college students the opportunity to link classroom learning with a pre-professional work experience. The intern will work in Lincoln, KS to help develop an architectural plans and schematic designs for a vacant historic high school in Lincoln, KS.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The old Lincoln High School has been vacant for approximately 20 years and is deteriorating rapidly. Although there has not been discussion for reuse of the building, the community would like to begin exploring ideas and build momentum for redevelopment. Through the guidance of a steering committee and several public input sessions, the intern will measure the building, create basic architectural plans and create conceptual plans and renderings for the building’s reuse.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 17, 2017 EMPLOYMENT: May 29, 2017 to August 4, 2017
• Measure and create basic architectural floor plans of the building.
• With the assistance of the steering committee, gather public input on potential needs of the community that could be filled by the building’s redevelopment.
• Create conceptual drawings of the ideas so their viability may be further analyzed by potential developers.
• Assist with the creation of a park master plan and walking trails being coordinated by the landscape architecture intern.
• Meet with local boards and civic and service organizations as needed to explain and conduct the identified project.
• Community service or volunteering with a community organization is highly encouraged. This would be outside of the scope of the designated project and working hours.
• Participate in any professional staff development that may be available.
• Complete other responsibilities assigned by the mentoring supervisor.
This position may require travel connected with official duties, including attendance at night and weekend meetings, participation in out-of-county events, access to a personal vehicle, and a driver’s license. The intern is required to provide their own computer and software such as Revit or AutoCAD.
An orientation will be held on the K-State campus on May 22, 2017.
• Completion of at least six university semesters (will need to have reached at least junior status by the 2017 fall semester at any college or university).
• KSU students from NW Kansas and majoring in architecture are preferred.
• Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with individuals, groups, and through mass media and social media.
• Self-motivation and ability to work with minimum supervision.
• Experience working with individuals, groups, and co-workers to accomplish individual and/or group goals, as evidenced by previous leadership roles.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
$14.00 per hour. 40 hours per week. Maximum 400 hours
The host community will provide housing.
Submit resume, cover letter, transcripts, portfolio or online pictures of work and list of references using the Kansas State University job application site:
For more information about the position, contact Nadine Sigle, Community Vitality Extension Specialist, 785-346-6256, firstname.lastname@example.org or Kelly Larson, Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation, Executive Director, 785-524-8954, email@example.com.
For more information about K-State Research and Extension, visit: www.ksre.k-state.edu
February 17, 2017 - Application Deadline
February 20 – March 10, 2017 - Interviews conducted
March 17, 2017 - Offers made to applicants
March 20 – May 12, 2017 - Visit to host community
May 29, 2017 - Internship start date
Posted 17 January 2017
Scholarship Award + Internship | Women and Minorities | Summer 2017
MOA ARCHITECTURE (MOA) offers an annual merit based private scholarship award + paid summer internship (plus paid travel and living expense reimbursement) to students in accredited architectural programs. Total value to the students is typically in excess of $12,000.
It is our intent that this Scholarship Award + Internship opportunity rewards and challenges students with practical experience in concert with the individual’s educational experience, and further stimulates their passion and interest in a career in architecture. The summer of 2017 will be the 10th year of our program, and it has proven to be a rewarding experience for the students and MOA.
For summer 2017, we offer the Robert L. Outland Women and Minority Scholarship + Internship. Named in honor of our founding principal and an Oklahoma Choctaw Native American, this award was established to recognize and reward entering fifth year, or graduate level women and minority students in an accredited architectural program (who will be returning to school in Fall 2017 following the internship). This Scholarship + Internship is specifically intended for students who demonstrate their passion for architecture, high academic achievement and design ability.
We have chosen to limit opportunity on an every-other year basis (odd numbered years) specifically for those under-represented in the profession - women and minority students through the Robert L. Outland Scholarship. In alternating even numbered years (next opportunity summer 2018) we offer the Kiyoshi Murata Scholarship + Internship, which is open to all students.
Submittals are due in January 2017, so we ask that you share this opportunity for the summer of 2017 with your students during this fall term and invite them to visit our Scholarship + Internship page http://moaarch.com/scholarship/ where they can learn more about MOA ARCHITECTURE, this opportunity and the application/submission requirements.
Below is an informational flyer:
Posted 17 January 2017