||West Los Angeles, California
||We are a seeking a Project Architect to join us.
At Frederick Fisher and Partners, we seek to improve lives, community, and the environment through architecture. We work with some of the most prestigious educational, cultural, civic institutions in the US and beyond. Our diverse, award-winning projects range from universities and schools to museums and creative workspaces, from adaptive reuse to recreational facilities and parks, from houses to housing.
Guided by four pillars—Process, Context, Function, and Aesthetics—we engage in our design work thoughtfully and thoroughly. Our location in a historic mid-20th century landmark building that once housed the architecture office of A. Quincy Jones has led us towards an aesthetic of clean elegance, domesticity and delight. In everything we create, we strive to integrate innovation and collaboration, beauty and authenticity, buildability and sustainability, and a broad cultural perspective.
In addition to competitive salaries, benefits, 401K options, and paid vacation time, FFP prides itself on a very special office culture. We are a team that truly cares about our work and each other, and we value inclusion, respect, and camaraderie. While we strive for cohesion, we also believe everyone’s voice matters. Life-long learning is a priority, and self-motivated individuals are encouraged to explore interests and talents.
Your responsibilities will include:
•Interacting and coordinating with the design team throughout the design process
•Assist in managing the project, developing the design, drawing set and deliverables
•Managing and assisting in the production of working drawings compliant with building codes, project requirements jurisdictional reviews and permits
•Assist in construction process including answering RFIs, reviewing submittals and solving construction related issues and field problems
•Coordination of all consultants including reviewing drawings and integration within the design.
Your qualifications are:
•10 years architectural experience, minimum
•A Bachelor or Masters of Architecture from an accredited institution
•LEED and California Architecture Licensure is preferred, but not required
•Experience and knowledge of architectural design, drafting, detailing, building materials, building codes, construction techniques, and cost estimating
•A comprehensive understanding of project coordination and the related requirements for all design disciplines to support project design, goals and objectives
•Experience utilizing BIM as a design and coordination tool.
•Proficient with Revit, AutoCAD, Sketch Up, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and MS Office
•Experience with all aspects of professional services from schematic design through project close-out, including design and technical expertise
•Strong graphic, oral, and written communications skills
•You have an excellent work ethic and can perform without constant supervision
•You are a problem-solver who can anticipate needs, help make decisions, and who enjoys working collaboratively with others
• 1 PDF w/ cover letter, resume and samples of work (both academic and professional). File size must not exceed 5MB.
• Submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading “Project Architect”.
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