Civic Projects Architecture

Architecture Design Team Member

Full-Time
Mid-Level
Commensurate
Chicago,
Hybrid

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About the Job

Full-Time
Mid-Level
Commensurate
Chicago,
Hybrid
We are seeking a talented Design Team Member (4+ years) to grow within the office. This person should be someone with strong technical and design skills. We are looking for enthusiasm and passion with an eye for quality and details. We support licensure and provide mentorship to our staff.   The firm provides health insurance (full coverage medical) and compensation commensurate with experience. The firm provides mentorship and opportunities for leadership and growth both within the firm and with professional organizations.  Civic Projects Architecture, LLC is committed to making employment decisions without regard to an applicant’s race, color, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin or ethnicity, ancestry, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Applicant Requirements

At a minimum, the candidate shall have demonstrated experience as follows:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture is required 
  • A minimum of 4 years of experience
  • Candidate is not required to be licensed  
  • Have a high level of proficiency in AutoCad, REVIT, and 3D visualization softwares
  • Strong design and technical skills
  • Have an ability to put together a full set of drawings
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Be able to engage with a wide range of stakeholders and clients
  • Have a desire to be involved in firm growth and development
  • A desire to mentor team members to encourage a high level of design and work ethic
  • Experience working in teams
  • City of Chicago code and permitting knowledge is a plus
  • Have a knowledge of specifications and contract documentation 
  • Employ quality assurance and quality control methods

Date Posted:

02.03.23
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About the Company

Come work with an expanding firm committed to social impact projects and high quality design. We are building a team of committed architects and designers who are passionate and have a strong sense of design and technical experience. Civic Projects Architecture is a minority and female-led Chicago-based practice with a focus on high quality design, research-based strategic thinking, collaborative problem solving, construction administration, social, and environmental justice. We work with deeply committed clients looking to have an impact in their communities. Our firm is a multi-disciplinary space with architects, designers, and non-architectural contributors. Civic Projects Architecture’s design process revolves around collaboration with a range of individuals including fabricators, researchers, and engagement specialists. Many of our projects focus on working with non-profit organizations and small businesses aiming to expand within our communities. We apply this collaborative community focused approach to a variety of project types such as museum and education center design, like for the National Museum of Mexican Art and the Obama Presidential Center Museum with Ralph Appelbaum Associates, or our $18M mixed-use building project on the South Side of Chicago. Other project types include educational buildings, not-for-profit institutions, retail spaces, multi-family and single-family residential rehabs and new construction.  We understand and deeply believe in each project’s potential to catalyze community activity, be environmentally responsible, and strengthen local bonds. We bring this mindset to all our projects, no matter the scale.  If you are looking for an environment to learn the business of architecture and grow into leadership positions this job is for you. 
AIA 2030 Commitment Signatory, Minority-Owned Business Enterprise (MBE), Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

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