NORR is an employee-owned global architecture and engineering firm that has set the standard for inspired and timeless designs around the world. With offices in Canada, the US, UK and UAE, the firm employs more than 750 professionals in 14 diverse market sectors. Founded in 1938, we offer the stability of a rich history, the power of integrated global teams and the versatility of a proven, multi-sector portfolio. We’re architects, engineers, planners, interior designers and big picture thinkers that apply our integrated thinking to drive exceptional projects for our clients.
Toronto is home to a multi-disciplinary office, where our integrated approach to design and studio life blend into the buzz of downtown. We’re dedicated to expanding our expertise in markets that include Commercial, Education, Government, Health Services, Hospitality, Justice, Sports & Recreation and Transportation. It’s our belief that an office that never stops learning is one that’s always improving, so we offer programs that foster professional development, from lectures to office-wide tutoring. We regularly adventure out of the office to connect with each other and the local Toronto community
We are currently seeking a Design Technology Manager to join our team in the Toronto office. As a Design Technology Manager you will utilize your excellent understanding of the design and technical document production process to act as a central resource within the office.
Duties and Responsibilities
Provide training and support to the project teams
Collaborate in the development and implementation of BIM Project Execution Plans
Improve quality and productivity by setting and auditing model integrity of building information models
Ensure the office is at the forefront of emerging trends and in compliance with NORR standards research and provide recommendations on additional software and technologies
Provide input and insight in the development of firm wide common templates, libraries and other resources by acting as a local office representative on the global Design Technology Committee
Related post-secondary education
Proficiency in Architectural or Engineering software skills (i.e. Revit, Navisworks, and AutoCAD)
Knowledge of architectural design, presentation and contract documents; structural building systems, intermediate M&E, technical writing, building codes and BIM process
Registration with a relevant professional architectural, engineering or technologist association or possessing a BIM certification is an asset
Prior experience in project delivery and client management is required
Possess excellent interpersonal, communication, leadership, problem solving and decision making skills
NORR embraces diversity and is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities, we encourage all qualified candidates to apply. Should you require an accommodation or have any questions, please contact email@example.com