Design Coordinator – Hotel U Sixtů in the centre of Prague (m,f)

Do you want to participate in the design and implementation of a unique hotel complex with historical and monumental overlap in the centre of Prague? Would you like to be involved in coordinating directly with the international investor and the announced architectural studies? Are you looking for a project that will teach you and take you to the next level ⬆️? Then this opportunity is the right step to take if you are a junior or intermediate candidate with a focus on architecture and aspirations for project management.

Project Management | Kamzíková 544/1, 110 00 Prague 1 - Old Town

What are you waiting for?

  • Coordination of project work between Fit & Out, Interior and MEP designers.
  • Control of deliverables, meeting the deadlines of the designers (as Design Coordinator you will substitute the position of the general contractor of the project).
  • Tracking client changes and having them incorporated into project documentation.
  • Participation in design meetings - follow-up and incorporation of outputs.
  • Contact with restorers and representatives of special technologies.
  • Close collaboration with both internal teams and external collaborators and GD.
  • Collaboration with other colleagues in the team: Project Manager, TDI, Cost Manager, HSE Coordinator and other Design Coordinator.

What do we expect from you?

  • University degree in civil engineering.
  • User knowledge of AutoCAD.
  • Ability to communicate in English.
  • Experience in project coordination in a HIP/HAP position a great advantage.
  • Previous experience in renovation will be an advantage.

What we can offer you


29 days off (25 vacation days + 4 sick days).


Flexible working hours and the possibility of homeoffice.


Office in the centre of Prague right next to the project: Kamzíková 544/1, 110 00 Prague 1 - Old Town.


Opportunity to attend training/conferences that will take you further.


Mobile phone with tariff and for private purposes.


Corporate events.


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