Project Architect, BuildingWork
An innovative, open and flexible firm is looking for a dedicated and experienced project manager. BuildingWork is a highly regarded architecture firm with a fun and family-oriented culture. The firm’s team of eight people represents more than 50 years of combined experience and is led by firm owner, Matt Aalfs. Matt was previously managing principal at Weinstein Architects in Seattle.
Earlier this year, the firm signed a long-term partnership with Charrette Venture Group signaling its commitment to being a strong and profitable business, as well as a talented design firm.
Current projects include civic and community work, adaptive re-use and historic preservation. For more information about the firm, visit www.Buildingwork.design.
BuildingWork is seeking a licensed architect, or designer, with a minimum of five years of experience and the ability to lead the advancement of project design, documentation, permitting and construction administration. Relocation allowances and/or student loan forgiveness may be available. BuildingWork provides competitive benefits and an exciting culture. Interested persons should contact Matt Aalfs at email@example.com
Architect / Designer,
Propel Studio is looking to bring on a new team member to our growing studio. We are a creative office that focuses on designing beautiful spaces for people and the planet. We aim to improve the lives of our neighbors, make the people in our communities smile, and work in an inclusive manner that engages people in the design process. We are a design focused firm, aiming to create beautiful architecture that positively impacts our city and communities.
Our office works on a variety of projects, from ADUs and Custom homes, to Public Interest Design, Tactical Urbanism, and a variety of Commercial Projects. We work primarily in Portland but have also completed projects in Japan and are interested in expanding our international work.
We are looking to bring on a new team member with 4-8 years of experience working in the architecture and design field. An ideal candidate would have experience working on projects of a variety of scales, is passionate about a triple bottom line approach to sustainable design, is knowledgeable about building science, and is interested in alternative approaches to practicing architecture (development, design-build, fabrication, product design, etc.). An entrepreneurial spirit is a big plus. Please include examples of Construction Documents you have worked on at other firms in your portfolio as well as any unique creative projects you have worked on.
An exciting and growing architecture firm is seeking qualified candidates to join their team near Seattle, Washington. Living Shelter Design (www.livingshelter.com) established itself more than 25 years ago as a leader in the field of sustainable design. It is a firm of skilled talent, a commitment to healthy design, and a culture of fun, collaboration and support. It is a place where you want to work.
The firm is seeking to add a senior level architect, with more than 15 years experience, to its team. Qualified candidates should present at least five years of experience in both custom home and a variety of non-residential projects, as well as a passion for sustainability. She/he should be a self-sufficient, independent worker, and have the ability to think about projects strategically. Mastery of AutoCAD is required, proficiency in Sketchup and the Adobe Creative Suite is preferred. Responsibilities will include establishing and maintaining project budgets, fostering strong client and contractor relationships, mentoring junior staff and providing solid quality control on all projects. This position will incorporate all phases of design and project management including program development, planning, design and documentation, team coordination, assembling construction documents and construction phase services.
The firm has established a business partnership with Charrette Venture Group (see www.CharretteVG.com) to ensure the business functions of the firm are adequately managed.
Living Shelter Design