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JOB DESCRIPTION

Designs, manages, and coordinates project teams and team assignments to drive architectural projects through design.  Management of the design process with the Client and Project Team.  Responsible for ensuring that production of construction documents meet the design intent.  Provides input to technical/design issues and provides guidance to team. Full knowledge of architectural principles / practices.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Work with the Client and project teams to develop architectural solutions from conceptual level through schematic design – with input through construction documentation.

Work closely with Project Manager to ensure that all information necessary for the successful production of the design is clearly understood.

Coordinate with consultants, contractors, fabricators, and regulatory agencies to meet overall project objectives.

Prepare conceptual designs, space plans, presentations, and oversee design development.

Resolve complex design issues with innovative and practical solutions.

Lead vision on graphic presentations, 3D renderings, and construction drawings.

Positive and enthusiastic approach to presenting design concepts both internally and to external clients.

Assist in managing client expectations, team communication and consultant coordination.

Manage and maintain client relationships.

Coordinate with M+A office leadership as needed.

Contribute to office activities, initiatives, and learning programs.

Mentor junior team members.

Provide other support as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS/KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS

Ability to work individually and as part of a team.

Proficient in 2D/3D software including Revit, AutoCAD, 3D StudioMax, SketchUp, Rhino, Grasshopper, PhotoShop, InDesign and Illustrator.

Knowledge of materials, construction techniques, and building codes.

Knowledge of building codes, standards and structures

Strong leadership abilities and the ability to manage teams and projects

Strong communication, presentation and organizational skills

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

      ·         A minimum of 10-15 years professional experience.

      ·         Bachelor's / Master degree in Architecture or design related field

      ·         Licensed Architect preferred

Experience in Mixed-Use and Multi-Family projects

Contact Rachel Livengood at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Job description

Develops and coordinates the production of complete sets of construction documents with limited guidance.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Produce construction documents using Revit or AutoCAD.

Coordinate with Designer and Project Manager duing the Design Phase to produce models and design drawings for internal and external use

Assist Project Manager in communication and coordination with clients, consultants, and all in-house team members.

Takes direction from Project Manager; works with a team and leads drawing production on portions of larger projects.

Provide input for basic detail designs

Perform code review/research with guidance.

Perform construction administration duties with limited guidance.

Perform miscellaneous administrative duties associated with projects as needed or assigned.

Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills

High level of proficiency with Revit or AutoCAD; will be expected to become proficient in Revit

Ability to work under pressure of deadlines

Solid understanding of construction methods required and sustainable solutions

Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office

Bachelor's Degree in Architecture from an accredited program or 2-year CAD technical degree or equivalent

5+ years’ experience in an architectural firm

Behavior Standard

Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner that is constructive in dealing with clients, consultants, co-workers, and management.

Miscellaneous

This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required of personnel so classified. This description may be subject to change at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.

M+A Architects is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran or status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable Federal, State or Local law.

Contact Rachel Livengood at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Over the course of nearly four decades, M+A Architects has carved out a reputation as a reliable and collaborative partner, articulating a progressive design and development vision and forging strong and lasting relationships across the industry. Today, an experienced team practices M+A’s trademark brand of smart and sustainable design, balancing the art and science of architecture across several dedicated design studios. With an outstanding work environment, energetic, collaborative and forward-focused culture, and comprehensive employee compensation package, M+A is a great place to grow your career.

M+A’s diverse portfolio features a list of groundbreaking and award-winning projects that span a broad range of industry segments, including community/municipal, workplace, retail/mixed-use, healthcare, higher education, and multifamily, including senior living and affordable housing.

Job Description:

As a project coordinator, you will assist in the development, coordination and production of complete sets of construction documents under the direction of a Project Captain or Project Manager.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

      ·         Contribute to the production of design phase models and drawings

      ·         Contribute to the production of construction documents using Revit or AutoCAD.

      ·         Works with a team on portions of work on larger projects.

      ·         Assist Project Captain in communication and coordination with clients, consultants, and all in-house team members.

      ·         Perform miscellaneous administrative duties associated with projects as needed or assigned.

      ·         Takes direction from Project Captain and/or Project Manager.

 

Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills:

       ·         Appropriate level of proficiency with Revit or AutoCAD (will be expected to become proficient in Revit)

       ·         Ability to work under pressure of deadlines

       ·         Basic understanding of construction methods required and sustainable solutions

       ·         Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office

       ·         Bachelor's Degree in Architecture from an accredited program; 0-3 years experience

 

Behavior Standard

Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner that is constructive in dealing with clients, consultants, co-workers, and management.

 

Miscellaneous

This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required of personnel so classified.  This description may be subject to change at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.

M+A Architects is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran or status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable Federal, State or Local law.

Contact Rachel Livengood at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Job Purpose

Work as a member of the studio team and operates CAD System to produce clear, concise, and technically accurate construction drawings for retirement communities, multi-family housing and health care projects.  

Essential Functions

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:

  • Work with CAD systems creating, modifying and releasing drawings and word drawings under direct supervision of a supervisor for use by other departments and clients
  • Work closely with all departments in the studio to ensure that the drawings convey the correct information
  • Self-check own work for completeness, accuracy, compliance to standards, fits and stack-ups
  • May be responsible for some design elements
  • Work from drawings, sketches or scanned images, client drawings, or government drawings or specifications
  • Use the accepted drawing standards as guidelines

Competencies

  • Technical Capacity
  • Thoroughness
  • Learning Orientation
  • Project Management

Supervisory Responsibility - This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Work Environment

This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work

Some flexibility in hours is allowed, but the employee must be available during the “core” work hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and must work 37.5 hours each week to maintain full-time status.

Travel - No travel is expected for this position.

Education and Experience

    ·         Degree from recognized CAD training facility or Bachelors degree in a related field

    ·         2-3 years of experience in an architectural office

    ·         Working knowledge of Revit and Autocadd

    ·         3D modelling desireable

    ·         Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, in a team/production environment

    ·         Operate plotter and basic plotter maintenance

    ·         Create and manage PDFs

    ·         Attention to detail

    ·         Professional appearance and attitude

Salary Range - $40,000 - $50,000

Confidential Company posting.

Contact Jillian Swanson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

BIM Manager

 

Bialosky Cleveland is a multi-disciplinary design firm consisting of architects, interior designers, engineers, strategists, graphic designers, and planners. We are seeking a motivated BIM Manager interested in building design technologies with a desire to educate and strengthen our team!

 

Recognized for design excellence, practice innovation, and inspiring firm culture, Bialosky Cleveland has established itself as a firm that creates meaningful solutions that are innovative, responsive, enduring and beautiful. We continue to be named a Northcoast 99 Company, Weatherhead 100 Company, and a Top Workplace, being one of the few Midwest design firms to consistently earn these accolades. As an AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm, Bialosky Cleveland upholds a high standard of design, a collaborative nature, and a cumulative influence on the profession of architecture.

 

Qualifications:

 

       ·         Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Interior Design, or Engineering and 5+ years of experience in BIM workflow in all phases

 

       ·         Expert knowledge and fluency in Revit and AutoCAD

 

       ·         Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of Revit MEP modeling and production techniques including energy modeling such as Trane Trace 700

 

       ·         Basic knowledge of Revit structural modeling techniques

 

       ·         Knowledge of Navisworks, 3D Studio Max, and Rhino a plus

 

       ·         Familiarity with Dynamo, Grasshopper, V-Ray, and the Adobe Creative Suite a plus

 

       ·         Construction Documentation Production Experience

 

       ·         Fluent understanding of Revit family creation and modification processes with a deep understanding of parameter creation, organization, and management

 

       ·         Articulate communication and presentation skills with the ability to convey BIM concepts to all levels of leadership

 

       ·         A team-oriented personality who thrives in a collaborative environment

 

Responsibilities:

 

       ·         Firm-wide Practice

 

o   Develop and maintain office BIM protocols including standards and templates

 

o   Research and develop recommendation for new products, plug-ins, and processes that would help strengthen the firm’s design and production capabilities

 

o   Create a strategy to implement the use of technology in the design process and implement a lean practice to allow efficiency across multiple design platforms and the firm’s multiple disciplines

 

o   Proactively engage office and studio leaders regarding the implementation of BIM within their projects

 

o   A proactive approach to learning of new digital design tools

 

o   Participation in industry BIM/VDC events as a representative of Bialosky

 

o   Observe current Revit coordination techniques and recommend and develop improvements to increase coordination efficiency

 

o   Collaborate with BIM core team and office leaders to ensure that supporting technologies are in place to enable the efficient development of BIM-enabled project deliverables

 

       ·         Education

 

o   Author and develop training programs for Revit and other technologies

 

o   Identify firm wide training needs and implement training protocol

 

o   Provide training and technical support for staff, both in one-on-one and group class settings

 

o   Establish and document firm BIM processes, procedures, and workflows

 

o   Provide BIM orientation to new hires

 

       ·         Model Management

 

o   Facilitate BIM Kick-off Meetings, Execution Plans, Level of Development, etc.

 

o   Manage BIM project model set-up

 

o   Ensure continuing quality assurance and adherence to BIM plans and firm-wide modeling and information standards

 

o   Handle customization and troubleshooting as needed by project team

 

o   Ensure teams are properly archiving and updating consultant teams outside the firm

 

        ·         Family Creation

 

o   Establish a process for collecting, evaluating, and developing parametric Revit content specific for each of the firm’s disciplines

 

The position is full time with medical, dental and 401k benefits.  As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Bialosky Cleveland values diversity in the workplace, as it makes us all stronger and leads to better solutions for our clients.

 

Please email resumes to info(at)bialosky.com with the subject line “Bialosky Employment Inquiry: BIM Manager”

 

Architects

Radelet McCarthy Polletta is a Pittsburgh-based architecture and interior design firm with a 25 year history focused on design excellence and innovation. Our architects and interior designers work in a cooperative environment where communication and time management skills are essential for success.

We are currently seeking architects to join our team.

Experience/Requirements:

      -       B Arch or M. Arch from an accredited University (Architectural Registration is not required).

      -       Proficiency in Autodesk Revit.

      -       Minimum of 2 years of work experience (Experience in healthcare and higher education design is preferred, but not required).

Responsibilities:

      -       Participate in design for projects as part of a team

      -       Prepare design sketches and construction documents

      -       Assist with construction administration activities

Send resumes to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

JBAD, an award winning design firm, offers an exciting career opportunity for an architectural professional in a dynamic and challenging work environment with potential for advancement.  

The successful candidate will:

  • BAarch or MArch degree from an accredited university
  • 3-5 years experience in an architectural firm
  • Registered Architect or in the process of becoming registered
  • Be a self-starter who has excellent design abilities and project management experience. 
  • Experience managing a project
  • Confidence to be the liaison between office, clients, contractors and consultants.
  • Expert use of REVIT and SketchUp software as construction document production and project presentation tools.
  • Knowledge of the Ohio Building Code and ADA requirements.
  • Experience in working and coordinating with consultants and clients and managing all aspects of multi-discipline projects including scopes, budgets, schedules, deliverables, etc.
  • Experience in specification writing and performing code reviews. 
  • Be team and detail-oriented with excellent communication, organizational and multi-tasking skills and strong problem solving skills
  • Ability to oversee production
  • Knowledge of construction methods and details and expertise in preparation of construction documents – drawings, specifications, estimates.
  • Multi-family design experience preferred but not required and should be familiar with wood structural systems.

Applicant should present strengths in both written, verbal and graphic communication and analysis using Microsoft Word, Excel and Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop).

This is an excellent opportunity for professional growth for someone who is a self-starter, able to work independently and to multi-task.

JBAD is an equal opportunity employer. We provide competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package.

Please e-mail your introduction letter, samples of work and resume, including references, to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The City of Powell is seeking an Architect who can consult with the Powell Planning and Zoning Commission as well as the Historic District Advisory Commission to give input on design matters related to proposed commercial and residential buildings being planned within the City. The Advisor must be able to interpret the City Comprehensive Plan, Pedestrian Scale Guidelines, and the Historic District Guidelines. The Advisor will be expected to make oral and/or written reports to the Commissions related to buildings and designs within proposed development plans. The Advisor shall be able to attend meetings of the Commission on every second Wednesday of the month and possibly on the fourth Wednesday of the month.

The proposal shall include the qualifications of the Architect, examples of projects they have worked on, similar positions held with other communities, their current availability schedule, and the hourly fee that would be charged for this service.

This IS NOT for plan review for permitting purposes. This is for architecture and design review where the City and Applicants negotiate development plan proposals.

Email proposals to Rocky Kambo, AICP, Assistant Director of Development, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Deadline April 11, 2018.

Trinity: Planning, Design, Architecture is a dynamic organization, creative and innovative in our approach to healthcare design. We are an integrated national healthcare planning, design and architecture firm. As recognized healthcare master planning leaders, the firm enjoys a national client base and has completed 2,000+ engagements exceeding $6 billion in construction value.

Our mission is to Design the Future of Healthcare and our culture consists of inspiring, creative, energetic, fun-loving and highly talented people who have fresh ideas for healthcare design and innovation. Our work environment is characterized by flexibility, transparency, innovation and togetherness. We enjoy half-day Fridays, firm activities and additional paid time off with each year.

The successful candidate will have experience working on various projects and have the necessary technical skills such as Revit, CAD, Sketch-Up, InDesign, computer modeling and Microsoft Office proficiency.

Title: Senior Architect

Summary:

Senior Architect – licensed architect with 10 or more years of experience. Responsible to provide technical leadership and documentation coordination including development of design drawings, technical documentation and leading project team assignments for projects which may be multiple, large or complex in scope. Naturally possesses a commitment to design excellence, user experience, material health, social purpose and sustainability. The Project Architect is ultimately responsible for the finished plans, specifications and approval of materials and construction on projects.

Essential Functions

• Licensed Architect with major project responsibility under minimal supervision.
• Act independently to direct and coordinate the production of schematic, design development and construction documents in collaboration with the Project Manager.
• Responsible for planning, development, and management of construction documents and the execution of technical documentation which may include interpreting, organizing and executing project team assignments.
• Responsible for construction administration duties, such as site visits, RFI responses, submittals and punch list reviews.
• Provide leadership for team and client meetings.
• Responsible to establish and follow budget, task schedule, and other components of the work plan with Project Manager.
• Responsible to monitor billing efficiency rates and work at maximizing team’s quality and efficiency in assigned tasks.
• Proactively coordinate with clients, project team, consultants and contractors to ensure trust and confidence.
• Responsible for direct oversight of project associates, technicians and interns.
• Follow trends in Healthcare Architecture to use the utmost caliber of sophistication in the area of technology and operational functions.
• Contribute innovative design ideas that consistently capture the intended design vision.
• Involve explorations of subject area, definition of scope, selection of items for investigation and development of novel concepts and methods.
• Incorporate purposeful design to reflect the underlying “story” of the project, including consistent design flow throughout the whole building project.
• Regularly contribute bold and brave design sensibilities for scale, balance and design elements that fit the space for maximum impact on user experience

• May participate in marketing efforts and lead presentations to prospective clients.

Competencies
• Architectural License required.
• LEED AP and experience in sustainable design strongly encouraged.
• Proficiency in AutoCAD and/or Revit preferred.
• Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suites, preferred but not required (Photoshop, Illustrator, In-Design).
• Proficiency with Sketch Up or Rhino preferred but not required (Lumion and V-Ray for Sketch up is a plus).
• Strong working knowledge of zoning and building codes, specifications, building /engineering systems and agency requirements (NPFA, ADAAG, FGI, OBC, IBC, etc).
• A high caliber blend of both design and technical skills.
• Advanced knowledge in the design process, construction documentation and construction administration.
• Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to meet scheduled deadlines and work within a client’s budget.
• Excellent organizational skills and client presentation skills.
• Passion for providing exceptional client service.
• Collaborative and professional work ethic.

Certification Requirements
• Architectural License required (Ohio license preferred, NCARB certificate preferred).

Supervisory Requirements
• Experience in directing, mentoring and coordinating two (2) or more project associates and interns.

Work Environment
• This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, Oce Plotter, GoToMeetings, and fax machines.

Physical Demands
• Hand/Wrist/Finger dexterity for 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week.
• Ability to lift a set of construction documents.
• Ability to sit for long periods of time.

Position Type/Hours expected to work
• This is a full-time position with a minimum expectation of 40 hours per week.

Travel
• Regular local or national travel depending on assignments – less than 50%.

Required Education and Experience
• Bachelor of Science in Architecture or Bachelor of Architecture required (accredited university preferred).
• Master of Architecture preferred.
• 10+ years of experience in architecture practice.

Work Authorization
• Unrestricted authorization to work in the United States.

AAP/EEO Statement

Trinity is committed to the principle of equal opportunity employment. As a result, all qualified employees and prospective employees will be recruited, selected and trained without regard to age, sex, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other legally- protected status. All applicants are carefully screened and full consideration is given to their training, education, skills, experiences, growth potential and previous work record. This same non- discriminatory consideration will be used in all other aspects of the employment relationship.

Trinity will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with a disability to the extent that doing so does not create an undue hardship on Trinity. Trinity encourages employees and applicants to communicate any special needs by engaging in an interactive process with Trinity to formulate reasonable accommodations.

Please send cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  | See benefits document here.

www.trinitypda.com

Trinity: Planning, Design, Architecture is a dynamic organization, creative and innovative in our approach to healthcare design. We are an integrated national healthcare planning, design and architecture firm. As recognized healthcare master planning leaders, the firm enjoys a national client base and has completed 2,000+ engagements exceeding $6 billion in construction value.

Our mission is to Design the Future of Healthcare and our culture consists of inspiring, creative, energetic, fun-loving and highly talented people who have fresh ideas for healthcare design and innovation. Our work environment is characterized by flexibility, transparency, innovation and togetherness. We enjoy half-day Fridays, firm activities and additional paid time off with each year.

The successful candidate will have experience working on various projects and have the necessary technical skills such as Revit, CAD, Sketch-Up, InDesign, computer modeling and Microsoft Office proficiency.

Title: Project Architect (Level 2)

Summary:
Project Architect 2 – licensed architect with 8 or more years of experience with a diverse knowledge of architecture principles and practices, uses advanced techniques, and has responsibility for finished plans, specifications and material approval. The Project Architect is ultimately responsible for the finished plans, specifications and approval of materials and construction on projects.

Essential Functions
• Licensed Architect who works independently and is responsible for finished plans, specifications and approval of materials and construction.
• Responsible for the planning and development of construction and design document production, and provide technical expertise to ensure coordinated and high quality documents.
• Responsible to conduct construction administration duties, such as site visits, RFI responses, submittals and punch list reviews.
• Responsible to monitor billing efficiency rates and works at maximizing team’s quality and efficiency in assigned tasks.
• Responsible to coordinate with clients, project team, consultants and contractors to ensure trust and confidence.
• Provide leadership and oversight of a team of project architects, project associates and interns.
• Provide leadership for team and client meetings.
• Involve explorations of subject area, definition of scope, selection of items for investigation and development of novel concepts and methods.
• Act independently regarding architectural methods and complexities.
• Contribute innovative design ideas that consistently capture the intended design vision.
• Incorporate purposeful design to reflect the underlying “story” of the project, including consistent design flow throughout the whole building project.
• Regularly contribute bold and brave design sensibilities for scale, balance and design elements that fit the space for maximum impact on user experience.
• May participate in marketing efforts and lead presentations to prospective clients.

Competencies
• Architectural License required.
• LEED AP and experience in sustainable design strongly encouraged.
• Proficiency in AutoCAD and/or Revit required.
• Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suites required (Photoshop, Illustrator, In-Design).
• Proficiency with Sketch Up or Rhino required (Lumion and V-Ray for Sketch up is a plus).
• Strong working knowledge of zoning and building codes, specifications, building /engineering systems and agency requirements (NPFA, ADAAG, FGI, OBC, IBC, etc.)
• Possesses a balanced blend of design and technical skills.
• Knowledge in the design process, construction documentation and construction administration.
• Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to meet schedule deadlines and work within the client's budget.
• Excellent organizational skills and client presentation skills.
• Passion for providing exceptional client service.
• Collaborative and professional work ethic.

Certification Requirements
• Architectural License required (Ohio license preferred, NCARB certificate preferred).
Supervisory Requirements
• Supervise two (2) or more project associates or interns.

Required Education and Experience
• Bachelor of Science in Architecture or Bachelor of Architecture required (accredited university preferred).
• Master of Architecture preferred.
• 8+ years of experience in architecture practice.

Trinity is committed to the principle of equal opportunity employment. As a result, all qualified employees and prospective employees will be recruited, selected and trained without regard to age, sex, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other legally- protected status. All applicants are carefully screened and full consideration is given to their training, education, skills, experiences, growth potential and previous work record. This same non- discriminatory consideration will be used in all other aspects of the employment relationship. See benefits document here.

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www.trinitypda.com

 

 

Junior Architect

 

At Collaborative Design, Ltd., we are involved in an array of project types from breweries to interiors of corporate offices, with a special niche in cutting-edge Research & Development projects.  Among our list of clients, some of our most notable include, Honda R&D, NASA, BrewDog, and Owens Corning Science and Technology.

 

The quality of our work is as exceptional as our team and we are seeking to hire new members. Many opportunities for professional growth and diverse experience exist with us, as well as, we offer a comfortable work environment, flexibility, and encourage individual strengths and unique ideas.

 

Position

 

We are seeking an individual with desire to take responsibilities and manage variety of projects to successful completion.

 

Required Qualifications

 

§  Excellent Personality.

 

§  Good communication skills.

 

§  Good knowledge of construction documents and details.

 

§  Architectural registration preferred, but not required.

 

§  Min. 3 years of experience in architecture.

 

§  AutoCAD/REVIT experience required.

 

§  REVIT 3D capability a plus.

 

We offer profit sharing bonuses, flexible hours, health insurance, paid sick leave, vacation and holidays, and relaxed atmosphere. Join our team to experience exciting projects.

 

Email resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

Check our website at www.cdlarchitects.com.

 

 

Intern Architect

 

SPGB Architects, LLC is a small, full-service architectural, planning and interior design firm located in Dublin, Ohio that specializes in the design of higher education and laboratory facilities in Ohio and contiguous states.  SPGB is seeking an individual who is highly motivated to become a registered architect and contribute to a collaborative design firm.  The candidate is expected to immerse themselves in their professional development and take full advantage of our senior staff and mentorship opportunities.

 

Qualified individuals will have a professional architectural degree from an accredited institution, be able to work in our Columbus studio full-time, and work a modest amount of overtime when necessary.

 

Intern Architects work directly with firm owners and senior architects.  SPGB will develop a mentorship plan that supports their Internship Development Program (IDP).  Intern Architects are expected to make steady progress and begin registration exams with about three years of experience.

 

Intern Architects are expected to support senior architects with project development activities, and complete straightforward tasks on their own.  As progress is made towards registration, they will be given more responsibility for design.  They are expected to develop professional expertise that complements their colleagues.  Intern Architects are also expected to assist and manage the work of lesser experienced staff.

 

Intern Architects are expected to advocate for high-quality design, professionalism, and a positive work environment.

 

Initial pre-design support includes as-built verification, facility assessments, feasibility studies, concept designs, and fund-raising imagery.

 

Initial design support includes space planning, aesthetic development, building information modeling, construction drawings, material selections, regulatory compliance, cost estimating, quality control, and communication with Owners and consultants. 

 

Initial support services during bidding and construction phases include requests for information, shop drawing reviews, change order bulletins, and construction observation.

 

Compensation and Benefits

SPGB offers its employees a competitive salary and benefits package that includes paid vacation time, employee health, dental and vision plans, and participation in our 401(k) retirement savings plan.

Qualified applicants can email resumes to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Project Architect / Jr. Project Manager

SPGB Architects, LLC is a small, full-service architectural, planning and interior design firm located in Dublin, Ohio that specializes in the design of higher education and laboratory facilities in Ohio and contiguous states. We are expanding our practice and seeking a Project Architect with 5-10 years of experience, both design and technical, and limited experience in Project Management who wants to grow on the Project Management path. We are looking for someone to take ownership of and manage projects as large as $5 million.

The ideal candidate is a natural leader, communicator, and problem solver, and is self-motivated for professional success. Candidates must be flexible to meet project deadlines and be willing to work throughout the Ohio and on occasion adjacent states. They will be expected to conceive innovative solutions as well as coordinate technical details. This person will be mentored by senior staff, and will be expected to assume their roles and responsibilities in the near future. Immediate responsibilities will include programming assistance, design, construction documents, quality control, and in-office construction services. Once acclimated, this person will also manage projects, staff and design standards.

Job Requirements:

 

1.  Registered architect required.

 

2.  5 years minimum overall professional experience required.

 

3.  Strong writing and presentation skills required.

 

4.  Ability to produce fully detailed and fully coordinated construction documents with little or no supervision required.

 

5.  Specification writing experience required.

 

6.  Cost estimating experience required.

 

7.  Experience in administering construction services preferred.

 

8.  Experience in laboratory design preferred.

 

9. AutoCAD / Revit and Microsoft Office Suite proficiency required

 

Compensation and Benefits

SPGB offers its employees a competitive salary and benefits package that includes paid vacation time, employee health, dental and vision plans, and participation in our 401(k)-retirement savings plan.

Qualified applicants can email resumes to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Administrative Assistant

SPGB Architects, LLC is a small, full-service architectural, planning and interior design firm located in Dublin, Ohio that specializes in the design of higher education and laboratory facilities in Ohio and contiguous states. We are seeking a full-time administrative assistant with the ability to work effectively with 10 to 15 staff, with a core of 6 senior staff. The ideal candidate will have a background in the field of architecture and/or construction.

The candidate shall have a strong background in word processing and possess strong grammar and writing skills. The candidate will be required to proof-read written documents for accuracy, improved phraseology, and compliance with document standards.  The candidate will merge out of house documents with ours into cohesive and accurate deliverables.

Position Requirements:

    A.      Office Management:

 

1.     Answer phone calls professionally and direct them to the appropriate staff member.

 

2.     Office reception and meeting set-up.

 

3.     Maintain an established contact database in Outlook, and sync contacts with staff cell phones, and schedule management for company officers.

 

4.     Maintain company calendar for staff vacations, project deadlines, conference room use, and coordinate GoToMeeting conferencing service.

 

5.     Coordinate continuing education classes and track hours for office professionals.

 

6.     Renew the professional licenses of our registered architects.

 

7.     Maintaining office supplies.

 

8.     Reproducing and collating documents.

 

9.     Archiving of paper and electronic files.

 

$         B.        Strong skills using Microsoft Office Suite products as follows:

 

1.     Prepare PowerPoint presentations and coordinate graphics and information from multiple sources.

 

2.     Work with previously created MS Word template documents and/or create new templates.

 

3.     Experience creating and editing Microsoft Project schedules.

 

4.     Spreadsheet development and experience with writing formulas using MS Excel.

 

5.     Experience with dictation and/or taking minutes during active meetings.

 

6.     Experience with editing specifications (MasterSpec) and AIA documents a plus.

 

C.      Serve as back-up assistant for business development projects:

 

1.     Ability to prepare PowerPoint presentations and leave behind materials for interviews.

 

2.     Manage an existing graphics database.

 

3.     Experience working with the State of Ohio - 330 Statement of Qualifications for Professional Services is a plus.

 

4.     Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, specifically InDesign, is a plus.

 Compensation and Benefits

 SPGB offers its employees a competitive salary and benefits package that includes paid vacation time, employee health, dental and vision plans, and participation in our 401(k)-retirement savings plan.

 Qualified applicants can email resumes to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Autodesk AutoCAD / Revit Designer/Drafter                                        

New Avenue Architects & Engineers is expanding and is currently seeking qualified AutoCAD/Revit designers to join a growing team of talented and highly motivated professionals. The open-office, studio environment offers collaborative project participation and creates excellent opportunities for expanded learning and professional growth.

Expectations, Experience & Education

- Full-time position – typical 40 hours/week

- Minimum 3 years of comparable experience required

- Minimum 2 year associates degree in the profession required or equivalent experience

- Experience designing projects using the Ohio Building Code

Required Software Abilities

- Extensive Autodesk Revit knowledge & competency to complete Construction Documents

- Increased Autodesk AutoCAD/Architecture drafting skills

- Basic Microsoft Office abilities (Word, Excel, Outlook)

- Simple Adobe Acrobat understanding

Additional Required Abilities

- Ability to retain learned experience & apply the knowledge to future projects

- Multi-tasking abilities

- Self-Motivated & excited to develop a career within this profession

- Able to meet specific project expectations & deadlines

Responsibilities

- Produce detailed construction document drawing sets

- Work collaboratively in small teams with a lead Project Architect

- Coordinate project details with consulting design or engineering firms

- Perform occasional project site visits for field research or data collection

- Assistance with Building & Zoning Department application submittals

- Basic understanding of the various building codes associated with the profession

Benefits

- Optional Health Care package

- Retirement Plan including Employer percentage match

- Paid Time Off

- Selected Professional Growth & Certification Reimbursement

- Casual & fun work environment

Contact Michael J. Maistros, AIA at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to apply.

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