Are you tired of the typical grey offices you see in Japan? Do you want to make a difference, change the way offices are perceived? Join van der Architects as a project manager and help us in making the world a better place to work! van der Architects designs offices where people work smarter and have more fun.
van der Architects is an unique corporate interior design and consultancy company based in Tokyo. Our services stretch from programming to design and project - construction management of office interiors. By approaching projects in an analytical way, a methodology we call WorkVitamins, the designs we produce are solutions that are specific to each project. Creativity is re-defined as it is not limited to the mere selection of colours and materials of the workstations as it is in a traditional design company. van der Architects are independent, professional consultants that are 100% focusing on our clients specific needs.
Project manager (Full-time position)
Job description: Responsible for the successful delivery of the interior projects of van der Architects, more specifically:
• Responsible for budget control by means of proven negotiation skills,
• Develop clear bidding specifications,
• Plan and schedule the various phases of the project,
• Coordinate with the various parties involved,
• Schedule, arrange and facilitate regular project meetings.
For this position we require candidates that are self-starters, pro-active and have creative problem solving skills with a sense of design. Excellent bilingual communication skills (Advanced Japanese and Business English) are a must. Computer literacy especially in Excel, Microsoft Project is required. Knowledge of CAD programmes such as AutoCad and Vectorworks a plus. We are looking for flexible, serious persons with a friendly character. A sense of humour is a big plus.
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