Green Job of the Day: Sustainability Coordinator, Moseley Architects (Richmond, VA)

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Job: Sustainability Coordinator
Organization: Moseley Architects
Location: Richmond, VA

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. You can review the complete job announcement here.

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Moseley Architects, a well established 180-person architectural and engineering services firm, with six locations in Virginia and North Carolina, is devoted to providing design and construction administration services to public sector clients, focusing on buildings for higher education; K-12 education; government; as well as justice and public safety. Moseley Architects serves communities that expect well-designed buildings, which effectively meet their needs and support their goals. As such, the firm has responded with schools and collegiate buildings that enhance the educational experience; with courthouse architecture that conveys the central importance of the law; with government buildings that effectively promote the delivery of services to citizens; and with law enforcement and correctional buildings that facilitate protecting the public’s safety. Additionally, Moseley Architects has emerged as a leader in sustainable and high performance design. This accomplishment reflects a strong commitment to green design at the core of the firm’s practice.

We are currently seeking a Sustainability Coordinator to join our Sustainability + Design Team. This particular full-time employment opportunity is located in our Richmond, Virginia office. A Bachelor’s degree in biology, environmental science, or related subject is required. Work experience in design or construction industries preferred. Proficiency in LEED® Green Building Rating System and the desire to work as part of a project team a must. For the position of Sustainability Coordinator, the successful candidate will exhibit a keen desire to stay current with state of the art “sustainable” design and construction strategies. Strong written and verbal communication skills are desired, along with the ability to successfully handle multiple projects simultaneously in a deadline-driven environment with little oversight. Can-do attitude and enthusiasm are necessary as is strict attention to details, organization, and the ability to work quickly and efficiently.

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