San Francisco, CA
Description & Details
Steinberg is an international award-winning architecture, urban planning, and interior design firm with offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose and Shanghai, China.
Steinberg’s San Francisco California office is seeking a talented Intermediate Designer with a minimum of 5 years of experience in multi-family residential, higher education, and civic projects.
The Candidate will develop concepts under the guidance of the Design Director/Principal or Senior Designer, offer a unique perspective and strategic eye on aesthetic issues, and have a passion for and the ability to timely iterate design options and explorations.
Intermediate Designer Role Qualifications
· Outstanding manual and computer visualization skills and ability to develop functional plans, elevations, sections, and 3D models from programmatic or prototype information
· Understanding of and experience with structural, mechanical, and electrical systems coordination
· Experience in schematic design, design development, construction documentation, and construction administration phases
· Ability to collaborate with senior staff to develop layout of construction document sets and list of required specification sections and basic materials
· Excellent analytical, problem solving, and storytelling skills
· Other responsibilities include: programming and user interface, field surveys, and product research
· Experience and advanced skills in industry standard software such as Revit, AutoCad, Rhino, and Sketchup are a must. Experience in physical model making and operation of laser cutters and 3D printers is also desired
· Specific project experience with California/Bay Area cities approval process a plus
· Degree in Architecture required. An advanced degree in Architecture is preferred.
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Steinberg is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How to Apply / Contact
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