Salary and benefits package is competitive with geographical location and is commensurate with experience.
4 Year Degree
Telecommuting is allowed.
John Milner Architects is seeking experienced Architects and Designers that share our commitment to excellence in traditional and classical design.
John Milner Architects, Inc. is a nationally recognized architecture firm in Chadds Ford, PA. The firm specializes in traditional design and historic preservation projects involving diverse building types and uses. The firm offers a collaborative and supportive working environment, and opportunities to participate in unique and challenging projects.
Candidates should have an accredited degree in architecture, 5+ years of professional experience, a passion for traditional and classical design, and strong communication skills. Proficiency in AutoCAD, Photoshop, InDesign, SketchUp is required and Revit is desirable.
Applicants must be a US citizen or hold a US work visa. Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, detailed resume, and work samples.
Telecommuting is offered and is limited to 2 - 3 days/week dependent upon commute.
John Milner Architects, inc. of Chadds Ford and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a seventeen member firm that specializes in the evaluation, restoration and adaptation of historic buildings as well as the design of new buildings that are often within an historic context. The firm provides comprehensive professional services including recordation, historical and architectural documentation, building materials conservation, restoration and adaptive reuse design, construction documentation and construction review.
The principal of the firm, Christopher J. Miller, AIA is responsible for the direction and implementation of numerous award-winning projects involving buildings and sites dating from the late 17th century through the 1950's. Residential, commercial and institutional in nature, these projects range in scale and period from "The Oldest House" in Nantucket (1686) to the Quadrangle Dormitories at the University of Pennsylvania (1895). New buildings designed by the firm are respectful of the rich architectural traditions of the past.