Cutler Anderson Architects located on Bainbridge Island, Washington is internationally recognized for its finely detailed buildings, which reflect the circumstances of the the land and clients program.
We are seeking an intermediate level Architectural Designer to support projects locally and nationally. Experience in residential, commercial, multi-family projects plus some construction experience is preferred. The position offered is for full time employment and compensation will be based upon experience and skill level.
Minimum of 5-8 years post-graduate experience in architectural practice. B. Arch or M. Arch degree from an accredited NAAB university.
Strong technical knowledge in Conceptual Design, Planning, Detailing, Construction Documentation and Construction Administration.
Some construction experience is highly valued.
Maintain overall understanding of the design intent and how changes will impact the project and its budget.
Advanced graphic skills with experience in production of construction documents, especially the ability to identify and pick up changes accurately.
Proficient in ArchiCAD and/or Revit, Adobe Creative Suite and hand drawing.
Flexibility to balance multiple tasks to meet tight deadlines within a small office atmosphere.
Able to work both independently and collaboratively and is self-motivated.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Additional Salary Information: CAA offers an excellent compensation package that includes: profit-sharing, 401(k), medical, vision, dental and life insurance, flexible spending plan and more.
Internal Number: 200127
About Cutler Anderson Architects
Cutler Anderson Architects’ approach to design can be stated simply as an attempt to reveal the nature of every circumstance –the nature of the Place in which it is located, the nature of the Materials with which we build, and the nature of the Institution to be housed.
Our projects span across three continents and include custom cabins, residences, libraries, resorts, churches and government ventures, and recently the modernization of the Edith Green Wendell Wyatt Federal Building in Portland, Oregon; a LEED Platinum high-rise.