Intermediate Architect
Joel Sanders Architect - New York, NY

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SUMMER INTERMEDIATE ARCHITECT DESCRIPTION
Award winning design-oriented studio is searching for a versatile intermediate level architect with 3-5 years experience to work closely with supervising staff on Construction Documents for a high-end penthouse residence in New York. Candidate should be a good communicator and capable of working directly with clients, consultants and manufacturers for assembling a full Construction Document / Bid set over the summer. Strong design skills, research initiative combined with construction document experience on custom high-end residential design is a must. Experience in Construction Administration on high-end residential design is a plus. Extension of employment can be discussed after the summer, based on performance and staff requirements. Modest stipend will be provided on a bi-weekly basis.

SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS
  • Professional degree (B. Arch or M. Arch)
  • Several years' of experience with full Construction Document scope including drawings (especially details), schedules, specs, code requirements, NYC DOB requirements a must.
  • CD/CA Experience in high-end residential projects with exterior/terrace work a plus.
  • Good 3D visualization and representational skills a must.
  • Proficiency in AutoCAD, Rhinoceros and Adobe Suite is expected.
  • Prior US work authorization – visas will not be sponsored
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Construction, Permit and Bid Documents coordination and assembly
  • Material research, specification and detailing
  • Assist in Client presentations

Submit materials to employment@joelsandersarchitect.com according to below:
  • Label the email subject line starting with “SUMMER INTERMEDIATE ARCHITECT: (Name)”
  • Cover Letter that includes a clear description of candidate’s CD/CA experience.
  • Resume, References, and Work Samples / Portfolio (5MB limit).
  • Do not include links to websites.
  • No phone calls or studio visits.