Intermediate Architect

Our New York office has an immediate opening for an experienced Intermediate Architect.

Responsibilities

In your capacity as an Intermediate Architect, you will:

  • Work with and support senior architects on the development of projects
  • Prepare client presentation materials, design development documentation, construction documentation, contract administration and Authority submissions on a wide variety of projects under guidance from senior architects 
  • Assemble construction drawing sets in REVIT, including: site plans, floor plans, elevations, building sections, wall details, etc.
  • Attend team meetings as necessary to coordinate drawings, and provide information as required.
  • Work with current design techniques, building systems, and keeps current with design trends, code changes, and developments to sustain and improve technical and design skills.
  • Coordinate plans and specifications with project consultants
  • Ensure outputs meet the required quality expectations and agreed upon deadlines.

 Qualifications

  • Completion of five or six-year architectural degree program or Master in Architecture program
  • Minimum 4 years of relevant work experience with large-scale commercial, mixed-use, high-rise residential and institutional projects
  • Proven abilities in the production of meticulous architectural documents through all stages of a project’s lifespan —  from schematic design through to construction administration with focus on CD/CA
  • High level of proficiency in current versions of Revit, AutoCAD, and Microsoft Office
  • Well-versed in New York Building Code
  • Strong knowledge of building technology, construction techniques, related engineering principles, sustainability strategies, building codes, and assembly of construction drawing sets.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and time management skills
  • Design and problem-solving skills as well as an appreciation of, and sensitivity to, architectural design intent
  • Positive attitude coupled with strong work ethic
  • Self-motivated with ability to work with minimal supervision

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have a strong technical understanding of how to assemble landmarks projects
  • Demonstrate enthusiastic commitment to the multidisciplinary project development process and team-focused environment  
  • Have the ability to work in a collaborative environment, producing exemplary work on a daily basis.

A two-hour Revit Assessment will be given to those chosen for an interview.

 

Office: 
New York