Job Summary: As an Architecture Student Intern, you will get the opportunity to gain exposure to the healthcare and senior living industries while learning about consulting and integrated project delivery. Dependent on the internship, your experience may involve project-based support and general administrative duties.
Leadership: Champions ERDMAN?s Vision, Mission, Goals, Values, and Service Offerings in a way that motivates others to reach beyond their own expectations.
Administration: The process of administering the workflow of an office or department?including management of communication, documentation, and budgets.
Communications: The ability to clearly organize and express information and ideas to meet the needs of the organization in an appropriate fashion, with sensitivity to the audience on content and context.
Up-to-date awareness and understanding of best practices, technologies, products/services, events, trends, and regulatory issues that have impact on the healthcare industry and senior living, as well as other related services offered by ERDMAN.
Problem Solving: The ability to think critically, to anticipate and recognize problems and apply a well-defined process to identify and implement the optimum solution in a timely manner.
Time Management?: The ability to Identify, prioritize and balance tasks and activities, and exercising discipline to maintain focus, reduce interruptions, avoid procrastination, and persist in execution.
Enrolled or recent graduate in curriculum leading to an Associate?s or Bachelor's degree
Completion of sophomore year
Prior academic success
Certifications and/or Licenses: None required
Relevant Experience & Training:
Strong computer skills using Microsoft Office
Experience with Revit preferred (for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction roles)
Familiarity with construction documents preferred