Intermediate Architect

New York, NY
FXCollaborative
fxcollaborative.com

FXCollaborative leverages broad expertise in architecture, interiors and planning to enrich our world with responsible, intelligent, and beautiful design. The firm’s holistic approach integrates client aspirations, an urban sensibility, and a celebration of the craft of building. FXCollaborative’s work ranges from the scale of individual buildings and interiors—office towers, multi-family residences, cultural facilities, workplace, K-12 and higher-education institutions—to the city as a whole, addressing infrastructure and transportation. The firm ranks #16 in ARCHITECT magazine’s 2017 Architect 50 overall listing, and ranks #1 in the Business category.

We are currently seeking a talented Intermediate Architect with the following experience:

Minimum 5-8 years related experience.  
Prior experience in successfully leading project teams and coordinating with project consultants/clients is required.
Must have ability to assist with or run all phases of a project from Schematic Design through Construction Administration.
Candidates should have strong design and technical skills, as well as excellent written and verbal communications skills.
Candidate should be proficient with AutoCAD, REVIT/BIM and other related design software
Licensed Architects preferred.
LEED accredited preferred.
A graduate of an accredited Masters or Bachelor of Architecture degree program or related combination.
 
Please e-mail your cover letter, resume and work samples to Recruit@fxcollaborative.com.  Make sure to put Intermediate Architect in the subject line.  No phone calls please.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status.  FXCollaborative takes affirmative action in support of its policy to and advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.