Are you an Architect who flourishes when part of a cohesive team where collaboration and ideas flow freely, professional development is prioritized, and opportunity exists at all levels? If you want to work for a firm that's taking concrete action towards equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace, we’re looking for Architects at all levels to join our Civic, Education, and Healthcare teams in our Sacramento office. We offer a robust bonus plan;health benefits;flexible hours including work-from-home, and alternating Fridays off;competitive paid time off;and a 401(k) matching program! An ideal candidate will be able to build on their basic understanding of the phases of an architectural project, project management and construction administration, and client interactions. We are looking for an individual who wants to change the world by “designing a better future” one project at a time. Sound like you? As an Architect, you will
Develop and coordinate drawings and specifications, manage consultant coordination of projects, and take part in all phases of the design process.
Coordinate with project leads to:
Develop solutions for design problems, including program compliance, code compliance, and agency interface.
Develop plans, address and find solutions for project-related issues, and collaborate with senior staff on projects that are more complex in nature.
Identify and address issues affecting project delivery, budget, construction costs, schedule, and any risk management concerns.
Prepare and adhere to project management plans by coordinating with the project team for completion of tasks consistent with project timelines and budgets.
Provide technical oversight and coordination of project activities, including construction administration, with clients, consultants, contractors, and staff.
Complete and keep code review and analysis through the completion of the projects.
Advise project leads of potential client and consultant requested changes to scope of work; figure out cause and effect to project budget and schedule on larger project.
Follow established standards for design, quality control, and production.
Aid or take part in quality control reviews.
Assist in the development of materials to support design and marketing efforts.
Exhibit excellent time management and organizational skills by completing tasks accurately and on schedule.
Assist project team and market/studio leadership with other duties that may be assigned.
Architect Qualifications – The Must-Haves (Required)
Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture or equivalent and a minimum of 5 years architectural project experience
Licensed Architect in the U.S. (California preferred)
Proficient with BIM/Revit software programs, MS Office Suite, Bluebeam
Architect Qualifications – The Like-to-Haves (Not Required)
Salary Range: $75,600-$125,000 annually.Compensation and level DOE.
Studies have shown that underrepresented individuals like women; LGBTQIA+; and BIPOC, among others, are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every single one of the qualifications in a job description or posting. Because we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organization, we understand the best candidate may come from a non-traditional background to our field of work. We strongly encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of the qualifications described above. Diversity makes us better.
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