To provide professional, specialized assistance with city architectural and/or urban design projects; to prepare programs, documents, correspondence and presentations related to architectural and urban design projects; to serve as a liaison between the city and contractors in the conduct of assigned projects.
Each applicant must have an equivalent to a Bachelors degree (five- or six-year track) from an accredited college or university in architecture. Possession of an architectural license by the Ohio State Board of Examiners of Architects as an Architect Intern. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid driver's license.
Internal Number: 19-00104 (NC) (I)
About City of Cincinnati, Public Services
City of Cincinnati City Facility Management provides services through architecture, planning design, property management, and maintenance of city-owned buildings.
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