architrave p.c., architects is looking for someone to help us with Revit drawing who has a strong work ethic and the ability to do focused work on a variety of projects. We’re a little firm with big projects on bigger buildings; and we do big work on little projects, too.
What We Need Right now:
We have a Revit backlog, and we need someone to draw, draw, draw. Many of our projects have quick turnarounds; others don’t. Either way, you won’t be bored.
In the future: Do well and the sky’s the limit. It all depends on who you are and what you want.
We’re small but mighty. That means you’ll have lots of room to grow, or not – you get to decide. The work will be there, so you can settle in and figure out what you want to do with us.
Who You Are:
You have an architecture background and experience in an architect’s office. You know how to draft and model. We don’t care how many years of experience you have – we care if you actually have the skills. Programs you should know: • Revit BIM • SketchUp • Microsoft Office Suite (intermediate to advanced, particularly manipulating tables) • Adobe Design Suite (particularly Photoshop and Illustrator) Qualities of a great architrave employee: • Smarts • Initiative • Talent • Productivity • Can-do attitude
Who We Are:
architrave is a nine-person, women-owned firm with an office in an 1893 row house in the Capitol Hill Historic District, three blocks from Eastern Market. Founded in 1976, we specialize in historic preservation and sustainable design almost entirely for signature public buildings in Washington, DC. We work on some of the District's finest historic structures, including those that often show up as background on the national news.
We offer competitive salaries, good benefits, and flexibility. We are extremely stable, family-friendly, and employee-owned. We are an equal opportunity employer. DC resident preferred (we want to limit your commute!)
Please send resume and examples of design and technical work to email@example.com.
About architrave p.c
architrave is a ten-person firm, with our office in a 1893 building in the Capitol Hill Historic District three blocks from the Eastern Market and Metro. Founded in 1976, we specialize in historic preservation. We are currently doing work for the Smithsonian Institution, the National Park Service, and the Architect of the Capitol as well as with other private, commercial, and religious organizations. We have worked on: every Smithsonian building on the Mall (except the brand new Indian Museum); every historic federal building in the Federal Triangle; and numerous buildings and structures on the C & O Canal and Civil War Battlefields. We are extremely stable; offer competitive salaries, good benefits and flexibility.