At Bohler, we empower the ambitious to become the accomplished. This greater purpose connects us with like-minded professionals, fosters meaningful relationships, and generates the alignment necessary to produce an unrivaled consulting and employment experience.
Our New York City office is looking for a Permit Project Coordinator who embodies this purpose.
What You'll Do:
As a Permit Project Coordinator at Bohler, you will:
- Prepare and monitor status of various filed permit applications
- Research, understand, and provide updates of local zoning and permit requirements
- Schedule meetings, inspections, and appointments with applicable agencies or individuals
- Coordinate and communicate with internal and external project teams, as well as field staff
- Maintain an organized filing management process for all electronic and paper documents
What We Offer:
- A supportive and flexible work environment that empowers employees to stay healthy, fulfill their passions, and balance work and life goals
- The opportunity to take ownership of your career with an unsurpassed focus on career development and mentorship
- A Learning & Development department that facilitates ongoing soft and technical skills training
- Complete visibility and exposure to all aspects of a project
- The opportunity to immerse yourself in the design process, while working hand-in-hand with team members
- Open and transparent communication with senior leadership as well as local office management
- Team building activities/events and a collaborative work environment
What You'll Need:
- The ability to learn quickly, along with an assertive curiosity, and a solid work ethic
- Superior customer service skills and the ability to think creatively
- Prior experience working in a construction management, engineering, or architectural capacity
- A High School diploma or GED required; Associates or Bachelor’s degree a plus
Bohler is an equal opportunity employer and affords equal opportunity to all applicants and employees for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.