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If you are interested in posting a job on this job board, please contact Rachel Hudson at [email protected] or 614-469-1973. Posting on our job board is free for AIA Columbus members and $100.00 for non-members. 

The AIA National Career Center is also a good resource for more job opportunities!

Architectural Designer - Posted July 11, 2024

Full Time - Architectural Designer Based in Columbus

BDT is a multidisciplinary design practice. Offering full-service architectural, planning and interior design, we specialize in Healthcare, Higher Education, Commercial and Community markets. We are looking to bring an enthusiastic Architecture Designer who helps build our brand. This person would ideally have 3+ years of work or equivalent experience as an Architecture Designer

We are building a brand that embraces open communication and collaboration as Citizen Architects who contribute to the betterment of the local community. In order to do both well, BDT has built a team of professionally skilled, motivated employees who want to realize their full potential daily.

A Day in the Life :

  • Prepare drawing sets through a multitude of phases, starting from SD and through CD using Revit.
  • Produce conceptual rendering for clients and project presentations.
  • Ability to research compliance i.e. code requirements, ADA requirements, etc.
  • Possess strong communication skills, and be attentive to detail.
  • Willingness to learn and desire to grow and advance as part of the team.
  • Ability to identify and research products and materials for design packages.

Required Skills:

  • Proficient in Autodesk Revit
  • Adobe design suite / creative cloud
  • Self-starter and an interest in learning
  • Strong verbal and visual presentation skills
  • Understanding of construction documents

Nice to Have:

  • Lumion
  • Bluebeam
  • AutoCad
  • Registered with NCARB

Salary $58,740-$75,000 per year depending on licensure status

Benefits:

  • Participation in the company’s comprehensive health insurance with monthly premiums covered 100% by BDT:
    • Medical
    • Dental and vision
    • HSA eligible. Firm matched contributions
    • Short-and-long term disability insurance plans
  • BDT Wellness Program
    • Annual allotment of up to $500 for families or $250 for individual employees to reimburse up to 75% of costs toward health and wellness programs covered by policy.
  • Participation in the company’s 401k Plan, which includes up to a 3% discretionary match
  • Personal Time-Off (PTO)
  • Reimbursement for travel and business-related expenses.
  • Paid Holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
  • Professional Development
  • Annual bonus
  • Profit sharing
  • Referral Program

Apply:

Provide a cover letter, resume and contact information to [email protected].

Project Associate - Posted June 25, 2024

Position
Legat Architects is currently searching for Project Associates with 1-5 years of professional architectural experience for our Columbus, Ohio Studio.

About Legat Architects
Legat Architects, Inc. is a design practice specializing in planning, architecture, and interior design with studios in Chicago, Oak Brook, Gurnee, Moline, IL, Iowa City, IA and Columbus, OH. The firm’s portfolio includes commercial, governmental, healthcare, higher education, hospitality, mixed-use, PreK-12 education, and transportation facilities.

Why + How
We believe in the transformative power of design and architecture. Everyone deserves a voice in the design of his or her physical environment. The environments that are created in our projects continually reflect this belief.

Design
Our approach to design is collaborative and inclusive. We consider every challenge as a design opportunity, and we take a lifelong learner’s approach to every project. We also believe in an exploratory and inquisitive design approach.

Performance
We believe in architecture that inspires and elevates the individual. We have examined the research behind what makes environments exceptional, and we integrate this knowledge into our work.

Sustainability
An innate sensitivity to the natural and built environments is at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to creating energy efficient, high-performance sustainable environments that promote all aspects of well-being.

Our People
Though we have many different backgrounds and talents, our people have one thing in common: an eagerness to take on projects that aim to strengthen performance and improve lives.

Your Qualities

  • Thoughtful communicator and problem solver that is eager to observe, listen, learn and teach.
  • Creative collaborator with design and environmental sensitivity and sensibility that can clearly and concisely present their ideas and communicate them in drawings and models.
  • Passionate craftsperson with a curiosity for detailing and how things are put together.
  • Efficient, organized manager of time and resources.
  • Proactive leader that inspires, emphasizes team, and rigorously seeks more.

Our Expectations

  • Complete assigned tasks accurately, efficiently, and of a quality consistent with firm expectations, making appropriate and timely decisions.
  • Have awareness of building codes, industry standard practices, construction sequencing and constructability, and possess the ability to research, understand and resolve the impacts of these on the design, detailing, and construction of a project.
  • Actively participate in research, design studies, preparation and coordination of drawings, project manual and specifications through all phases of a project to achieve the design intent and client’s goals and mission.
  • Assist the project team with building authority and construction administration in-office and on- site responsibilities.
  • Be a proficient Revit user adept with the latest Building Information Modeling, clash detection, and rendering tools as well as having familiarity with other energy modeling and analytical technologies utilized during the design exploration and construction documentation processes.
  • Be licensed or candidates currently on the licensure track.

Applications
Come and see if we might be a good fit for each other. Please submit a cover letter with explanation of how you meet the requirements, along with a resume and work samples to [email protected]. Clearly indicate what position(s) you are interested in pursuing in the subject heading of the email.

Legat Architects is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities in all employment practices, without regard to race, sex, color, religion, gender identity or expression, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, housing status, criminal record, or any other non-merit factor protected under state, local or federal laws.  Equal Employment Opportunity applies to all personnel actions such as recruiting, hiring, compensation, benefits, promotions, training, transfer, termination, and opportunities for training. If you would like accessibility accommodations during the job application process, please contact us. Legat Architects is committed to a fair and equitable workplace where everyone is a respected and valued member of our team.

Project Architect - Posted May 8, 2024

The Opportunity

The Ohio State University's Office of Planning, Architecture, and Real Estate (PARE) is currently seeking a Project Architect. This role entails collaborating with university stakeholders to oversee various architectural projects, ensuring alignment with the institution's strategic goals and standards. The ideal candidate will possess a strong architectural background coupled with exceptional leadership and communication skills to effectively manage project teams and foster productive relationships. This presents a unique opportunity to contribute to the university's development and enhancement of its built environment while engaging with diverse stakeholders and supporting the university’s overall mission and vision.

The Ohio State University

The Ohio State University is a world-class public, urban, land-grant research university with very high research activity, as classified by the Carnegie Foundation. As Ohio's flagship university, it is the leading comprehensive teaching and research institution in the state, and one of the nation's top 20 public universities. Nearly 68,000 students are enrolled at OSU, including 53,557 undergraduates, 11,110 graduate, and 3,290 professional students. The OSU campuses include the Columbus campus; its regional campuses at Lima, Mansfield, Marion, and Newark, which are all open-access campuses; and its Wooster campus, home to the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center and the Agricultural Technical Institute.

The Ohio State University has 15 colleges that offer more than 200 undergraduate majors and 97 master's programs, with 94 doctoral and professional programs. OSU is recognized for its top- rated academic medical center and premier Comprehensive Cancer Center. OSU has almost 5,000 tenure-track, clinical, and research faculty and 2,655 associated faculty. The faculty includes members of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the National Academy of Medicine, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Sloan, Guggenheim, and Fulbright scholars; and distinguished fellows from numerous learned societies. The Ohio State University is a member of the Association of American Universities and is the only public university in Ohio to which the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has given both its highest overall classification of Research University Very High Activity (R1) and highest undergraduate admissions classification to the university. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has also twice honored OSU, most recently in 2015, with its Community Engagement Classification. The honor recognizes OSU for its extensive engagement programming and how its mission, culture, curriculum, and resources are structured to support high-impact community engagement.

About Planning, Architecture and Real Estate

The Ohio State University's Planning, Architecture, and Real Estate department serves as the central hub for all real estate transactions, physical planning developments, and space management endeavors across the Columbus campus and regional campuses. With a portfolio encompassing over 900 campus buildings, 6 regional campuses, and 16,000 acres of real estate, the department plays a pivotal role in shaping the university's physical landscape. Physical planning collaborates closely with colleges, units, and the university at large to strategize and implement campus-wide improvements.

The department encompasses several key areas vital to the Ohio State University's physical infrastructure and strategic planning. Physical Planning collaborates with colleges, units, and the university as a whole to guide decisions regarding campus-wide physical improvements. Space Planning is responsible for tracking and allocating university space to departments, offering valuable studies and recommendations, and aiding in the identification of additional or surplus space. Capital Planning plays a crucial role in identifying capital needs, analyzing them, and formulating annual Capital Investment Plans. Additionally, the dedicated real estate team provides expert assistance with property searches, legal reviews, and various other real estate-related tasks. Together, these functions ensure the effective management and development of the university's physical resources.

Key Responsibilities

Under the direction of the Senior Director of Campus Planning and Design, the Project Architect plays a multifaceted role within the university's architectural landscape, where the individual will serve as a crucial conduit between the institution's vision and the tangible realization of architectural endeavors.

Key responsibilities include providing comprehensive architectural guidance aligned with the university's overarching vision. This encompasses various facets such as programming, building siting, and ensuring architectural character that harmonizes with the university’s vision.

Collaboration is paramount, as the incumbent will work alongside an internal team to develop a spectrum of studies, from facility scoping to planning and programming. Additionally, they will lead or offer guidance on special projects as designated by the Senior Director of Campus Planning and Design.

A pivotal aspect of the role involves interfacing with architectural and engineering design teams, from interview processes to selection, ensuring alignment with institutional goals. Throughout the design and construction phases, close collaboration with the Design Review Board ensures the intersection of design intent and vision.

During the active construction phase, the individual acts as an administrative liaison, in close partnership and collaboration with Facilities Design and Construction, ensuring that the approved design intent is executed. This includes oversight of construction processes, from material mockups to value engineering decisions, to maintain design integrity.

Furthermore, the role encompasses contributions to historic preservation initiatives on campus, as well as providing professional input on the university's civic structure funding program. Close collaboration with Facilities, Design, and Construction is imperative, offering architectural and urban design expertise across all project types and phases.

The Project Architect will play a key role in quality assurance, with a focus on reviewing construction documents for design integrity and consistency with the Design Review Board's directives. Moreover, the individual provides architectural expertise during construction, addressing any issues that may arise, thus safeguarding the project's integrity.

In addition to project-focused responsibilities, the role oversees and directs the PARE Student Design Studio, a vital component consisting of students providing graphic support and conceptual planning. Building and nurturing relationships with peer institutions through professional affiliations is also integral.

This role holds active participation in university-related advisory groups, including committees such as the University Building Design Standards, Antenna Review Group, Signage Committee, and Arts & Memorials Committee. This involvement extends to acting as a liaison between the Ohio State University Design Review Board (DRB) and project teams, as well as providing support and expertise to the Vice President of Planning, Architecture, and Real Estate, the PARE Campus Planning and Design Team, the PARE Student Design Studio, Facilities Design and Construction, and serving as a subject matter expert for all colleges, business units, and associated stakeholders of the university including the Columbus campus as well as all regional campuses.

Percent Breakdown of Duties

Architectural Guidance and Vision Alignment (45%)

  • Providing comprehensive architectural guidance aligned with the university's overarching vision.
  • Acting as a liaison between the Ohio State University Design Review Board (DRB) and project teams.
  • Ensuring architectural character that harmonizes with the university’s vision.
  • Collaborating with internal teams to develop studies and plans related to facility scoping, planning, and programming.

Project Management and Oversight (25%)

  • Leading or offering guidance on special projects designated by the Senior Director of Campus Planning and Design.
  • Interfacing with architectural and engineering design teams, ensuring alignment with institutional goals.
  • Overseeing construction processes and ensuring the execution of approved design intent in collaboration with Facilities Design and Construction.

Quality Assurance and Expertise (20%)

  • Reviewing construction documents for design integrity and consistency with the Design Review Board's directives.
  • Providing architectural expertise during construction and addressing any issues that may arise to safeguard project integrity.

Collaboration and Relationship Building (10%)

  • Building and nurturing relationships with peer institutions through professional affiliations.
  • Participating actively in university-related advisory groups and committees, such as the
  • University Building Design Standards, Antenna Review Group, Signage Committee, and Arts & Memorials Committee.
  • Providing support and expertise to various university stakeholders, including the Vice President of Planning, Architecture, and Real Estate, Facilities Design and Construction, and the PARE Student Design Studio.

Required

  • Professional degree in architecture from an accredited program
  • 6+ years working in the profession
  • Strong proficiency in AutoCAD / Revit / Adobe Creative Suite
  • A portfolio exhibiting design and graphic sensibilities

Preferred

  • 8-12 years working in the profession
  • Registration in the State of Ohio
  • Experience leading design projects
  • Client-facing experience

Per University policy, use of a personal vehicle may be required (mileage reimbursed); by the Disaster Preparedness and University State of Emergency Policy 6.17, this position has been designated as a standby position; successful completion of a background check and a valid drivers license required prior to start date.

Applications and Nominations

Applicants should submit the following:

  1. A current and comprehensive resume.
  2. A project-based portfolio.
  3. A letter of interest describing why you are interested in the Project Architect role, why you are a good candidate for the position based on your experience, and why now is a good time for you to consider the opportunity.

All inquiries and nominations should be submitted to Shannon Rice, [email protected].

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Closing Statement

The Ohio State University is committed to building a faculty and staff for employment and promotion to ensure the highest quality workforce, to reflect human diversity, and to improve opportunities. The university embraces human diversity and is committed to equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and eliminating discrimination. This commitment is both a moral imperative consistent with an intellectual community that celebrates individual differences and diversity, as well as a matter of law.

Project Manager/Project Architect - Posted May 3, 2024

Project Manager/Project Architect

“I’ve been with many firms, and Garmann Miller is by far the best and most rewarding place I’ve ever worked. I don’t feel like it’s a job, but that I'm working on a team that’s making communities and lives better.”

If you don't feel that way about your current position like this GM employee does, join the teammates who do! Garmann Miller, a Best Firm to Work in the U.S., has an immediate opening for a full-time project manager/project architect in our Columbus office.

Desired experience/skills:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience (education, municipal, healthcare and/or commercial architecture preferred)
  • Professional degree in architecture
  • Architectural/design background and proficiency in the Revit building information modeling BIM platform
  • Understanding construction contracts and general conditions of construction projects
  • Well-rounded experience in all phases of design, construction documentation, codes, specifications, and construction administration
  • Drawing skills and knowledge of construction techniques/detailing
  • Experience with building and zoning codes
  • Ability to be a point person with clients and a team leader

Complete benefits package and pay commensurate with experience. Garmann Miller is an equal opportunity employer.

Qualified and interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume to Rebecca Backs at [email protected].

Project Leader - Posted April 29, 2024

We have an exciting opportunity to add a Project Leader to our Columbus, Ohio office. A Project Leader’s responsibilities vary on a day-to-day basis and relies heavily on adapting to the evolution of projects starting out with the initial schematic design phases through construction documents and ultimately to construction administration/project closeout. Project Leaders will engage in a collaborative process with the entire team and work hand in hand with Project Managers/Management to deliver projects that meet and exceed the expectations set forth by our Clients. Our project leaders should have the ability to effectively communicate with both our design team and design team consultants. The position requires an advanced understanding of construction documents and specifications which will be augmented with on- the-job training and mentorship provided by our project managers. In return, we offer a competitive benefits package and an array of exciting opportunities for professional growth and development. Please submit applications on our website www.berardipartners.com.

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