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Bellevue, WA

Posted 1/14/22

Design Lead | JPC Architects

JPC Architects is looking for a Design Lead to join our firm.


JPC Architects is the leading corporate interiors and architecture firm in the Pacific Northwest. Here atJPC, we think outside the box and challenge norms to create attractive, innovative, cohesive spaces that exceed our clients’ expectations. Our collective team of architects, interior designers, and technical staff is committed to excellent client service and superior design.


Position Overview:
• Firm-wide Design Resource - enthusiastically share your passion for design and your expert
knowledge with JPC
• Lead presentations to large, high-profile clients
• Establish and maintain strong client relationships
• Establish creative concepts that meet clients’ vision and support project scope and budget
• A design mentor across the firm, guiding team members in their professional growth
• Actively participate with external industry groups on behalf of JPC

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Architecture
• Architectural license
• 12+ years of Interior Architecture experience
• Proven track record of establishing and maintaining clients
• Experience in all phases of design with a primary focus on concept development and design direction
• Demonstrated ability to mentor junior staff
• Ability to collaborate effectively with a diverse team of designers, clients, contractors, consultants and other key stakeholders


We have celebrated over 30 years in business, growing to a staff of 70 talented team members. At JPC, you can expect to find a dynamic, fun, and creative environment. Our culture fosters collaboration and the pursuit of fresh ideas. 

 

We work hard and have fun doing it. Not only will you find us creating amazing designs for our clients, you’ll also find us celebrating staff birthdays and anniversaries, giving back to our community, working out together at our onsite gym, enjoying happy hours, and coming together as a team to reach our
goals. 

 

To find out what it’s like to work at JPC, check us out on Instagram


JPC offers competitive compensation and excellent benefits including flexible work schedules, Paid Time Off, medical, dental, vision, 401K, and more.


What’s next? Send us your resume and portfolio, describing how insanely talented you are, and we’ll set up a time to connect.

 

Please apply online at www.jpcarchitects.com/careers

Bellevue, WA

Posted 1/14/22

Interior Designer | JPC Architects

JPC Architects is seeking an Interior Designer to work on corporate office interior

projects of varying size and complexity.

We are the leading corporate interiors and architecture firm in the Pacific Northwest. Here at JPC, we think outside the box and challenge norms to create attractive, innovative, cohesive spaces that exceed our clients’ expectations. Our collective team of architects, interior designers, and technical staff is committed to excellent client service and superior design. 

Responsibilities

• Completing full design packages from programming through construction

administration

• Developing space plans that are thoughtful, creative, viable and meet the client’s

goals and aesthetic

• Participating in, and at times lead, client and internal project visioning and

meetings

• Developing and writing basic furniture packages

• Executing comprehensive lighting specifications and plans

• Selecting finish palettes and creating and delivering finish presentations

• Completing site verifications and site surveys

• Preparing full set of permit and construction documents

• Assisting project managers with building department submittals and coordination

with AHJ’s

 

Qualifications

• Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture

• 5+ years of experience in the design and construction of commercial interior

architecture spaces

• Strong graphic and visualization skills

• Ability to effectively communicate design ideas and direction verbally and visually

• Ability to develop collaborative relationships with coworkers, clients and other key

stakeholders

• Knowledge of building codes and regulations

• Strong documentation and field observation skills

• Ability to interpret and incorporate abstract concepts into concise, accurate

drawings and details

• Initiative, attention to detail and follow-through

• Excellent time management and organization skills

• Ability to work efficiently and meet deadlines for multiple, fast-paced projects

• Proficiency in Revit, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Sketchup, InDesign

 

We have celebrated over 35 years in business, growing to a staff of 70 talented team members. At JPC, you can expect to find a dynamic, fun, and creative environment. Our culture fosters collaboration and the pursuit of fresh ideas. 

 

We work hard and have fun doing it. Not only will you find us creating amazing designs for our clients, you’ll also find us celebrating staff birthdays and anniversaries, giving back to our community, working out together at our onsite gym, enjoying happy hours (mostly virtually for now!), and coming together as a team to reach our goals.

 

To find out more what it’s like to work at JPC, check us out on Instagram.

 

JPC offers competitive compensation and excellent benefits including hybrid / flexible work schedules, Paid Time Off, medical, dental, vision, 401K, and more.

 

Please apply online at www.jpcarchitects.com/careers

Bellevue, WA

Posted 1/4/22

Interior Designer | JPC Architects

JPC Architects is seeking an Interior Designer to support the design team focusing on medical and dental office projects of varying size and complexity.


We are the leading corporate interiors and architecture firm in the Pacific Northwest. Here at JPC, we think outside the box and challenge norms to create attractive, innovative, cohesive spaces that exceed our clients’ expectations. Our collective team of architects, interior designers, and technical staff is committed to excellent client service and superior design.

Responsibilities
• Collaborating with the project team to complete full design packages from programming
through construction administration
• Developing space plans that are thoughtful, creative, viable and meet the client’s goals and
aesthetic
• Completing site verifications and site surveys
• Selecting finish palettes, feature lighting options and designing architectural details that
translate the design intent within the space.
• Creating and presenting Schematic Design and Design Development presentations
• Preparing comprehensive Reflected Ceiling and Lighting plans including selection of lighting
specifications
• Preparing full sets of permit and construction documents
• Assist in the document submittal process for permit intake and coordination with AHJs
• Participating in, and at times, lead client and internal project meetings
• Providing ancillary furniture, artwork and accessories recommendations that are cohesive with
the project design intent.
• Participating in construction submittal reviews, RFI responses and field walks during project
construction
• Assisting project managers and project team members on a variety of miscellaneous tasks to
support a successful project outcome.


Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture
• 5+ years of experience in the design and construction of commercial interior architecture
spaces, with a primary focus on medical and dental projects
• Knowledge and experience working with building codes and regulations
• Initiative, attention to detail and follow-through
• Ability to interpret and incorporate abstract concepts into concise, accurate drawings and
details
• Ability to effectively communicate design ideas and direction verbally and visually
• Strong documentation and field observation skills
• Ability to develop collaborative relationships with coworkers, clients and other key stakeholders
• Excellent time management and organization skills
• Ability to work efficiently and meet deadlines for multiple, fast-paced projects
• Strong graphic and visualization skills Proficiency in Revit, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Sketchup,
InDesign

We have celebrated over 35 years in business, growing to a staff of 70 talented team members. At JPC, you can expect to find a dynamic, fun, and creative environment. Our culture fosters collaboration and the pursuit of fresh ideas.


We work hard and have fun doing it. Not only will you find us creating amazing designs for our clients, you’ll also find us celebrating staff birthdays and anniversaries, giving back to our community, working out together at our onsite gym, enjoying happy hours, and coming together as a team to reach our goals.


To find out more about what it’s like to work at JPC, check us out on Instagram.


JPC offers competitive compensation and excellent benefits including hybrid/flexible work schedules, Paid Time Off, medical, dental, vision, 401K, and more.


Please apply online at www.jpcarchitects.com/careers.

Seattle, WA

Posted 12/3/21

Interior Designer | SABA

The Company: SABArchitects is a vibrant architecture and interior design firm located on the south bank of the Lake Washington Ship Canal in Seattle, Washington. We are seeking energetic staff members who are interested in taking themselves and SABA to the next level. SABA’s success rests in our deep respect for our staff and our clients. For our staff, we provide a fun, collaborative, and supportive place to work where you can go as far as your abilities and drive can take you. For our clients, we listen carefully and apply all of our design, technical, and management skills to deliver projects that meet their goals.

SABA is a regional leader in the design of high-tech offices, healthcare facilities, research and development labs, and early education centers. Our clients include; Amazon, Fred Hutch, The Nature Conservancy, Bright Horizons, Juno Therapeutics, Novo Nordisk, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Virginia Mason Hospital, and Kaiser Permanente. SABA’s overall compensation package includes: competitive salary, discretionary bonus, healthcare, dental, vision, disability insurance, 401K with corporate match, NCIDQ exam study support, locker rooms with showers, bicycle and kayak parking. SABA is also proud to offer access to the SABA CoLab, an innovation center housing our resource library and design incubation spaces.

The Position: Interior Designer

·         Programming and space planning

·         Conceptualizing and developing concept options

·         Lead planning conversations and respond to client needs

·         Produce documents for permit and construction in a team environment

·         Develop finishes and FF&E packages

·         Actively participate in construction administration

·         Potential to participate in business development and marketing efforts

·         Potential for West Coast travel

Qualifications and Experience:

·         Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture

·         5+ years industry experience

·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills

·         Proficiency using Revit & AutoCAD

·         Experience using Adobe Creative Cloud software

·         A collaborative nature and a desire to see all team members succeed

·         Motivated self-starter with ability to plan work and monitor project performance

·         Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects

Remote work policy:

SABA is excited to offer long-term remote policies allowing for flexibility. We allow team members to work 3 days per week from a location of the employees choosing provided the location meets the professional needs outlined in our ‘Remote Work Strategy’ documentation. At times, project needs may result in temporary adjustments to service our clients during deadlines and key project milestones. SABA employees are expected to reside within commuting distance of the office.

 

Benefits:

SABA’s overall compensation package includes competitive salary, discretionary bonus, healthcare, dental, vision, disability insurance, 401K with corporate match, professional licensing exam support, continuing education support, professional dues support, locker rooms with showers, secure bicycle and kayak storage, and remote working flexibility. SABA is also proud to offer access to the SABA CoLab, an innovation center housing our resource library and design incubation spaces.

Please email your cover letter and resume to resume@sabarch.com

Seattle, WA

Posted 11/17/21

Senior Interior Designer | Cushing Terrell 

Cushing Terrell in a Nutshell: 

Join on of our thriving office in Seattle, Washington as a Senior Interior Designer and/or Project Manager, enjoy flexibility in your days and anything but monotony in your routine. Become an important part of our talent by joining Cushing Terrell’s interior design team working on innovative projects in a variety of markets across the US. 

Ready to create with us? 

Interior design at Cushing Terrell: 

Cushing Terrell is seeking an experienced and collaborative Interior Designer with 7 years of experience or more. You will be called upon to work in a variety of different market types however, those with an emphasis in the commercial sector, will be strongly considered. You will join a diverse team in a warm, welcoming, creativity-driven environment that values sustainability and environmentally responsible practices in our design thinking. 

As a designer at Cushing Terrell, you will carry out creative visions to detailed designs using basic knowledge of programming, space planning and construction documentation to create innovative spaces. You will be called upon to support design work in partnership with talented designers, architects, engineers, and business professionals across our 14 offices. Our creative process engages our high profile clients and our project teams in achieving highly integrated and successful design solutions. 

What we expect you can bring to the table: 

  • Comfortable collaborating in all aspects of design, manage project development and project teams from project inception to completion

  • Can apply “best practice” design solutions to a variety of healthcare project types 

  • Provide an out-of-this-world experience for our clients that cannot be replicated anywhere else 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from an accredited college 

  • Deep knowledge of contract documents, specifications, knowledge of design, design documentation, national and local building codes, and accessibility requirements 

  • A strong understanding of required ratios and proportions for human focused design

  • Relevant construction observation and construction administration experience 

  • Excellent design skills and strong technical proficiency including experience in working in the following platforms: Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Adobe Creative Suite

  • NCIDQ or RID is preferred 

We take care of our own: 

At Cushing Terrell, we are committed to excellent client service of both our external and internal clients. We’re the heads-down-but-have-fun, people-before-projects kind of firm. We encourage our team members to set big goals, but keep ego out of the office and prioritize an inclusive, supportive, and collaborative work environment. 

This position offers excellent pay and a complete benefits package including production bonuses, medical/dental/vision/life insurance, 401(k) savings plan with an employer match, holiday and paid time off, flexible schedules, and an evolving wellness program. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Equity:

Cushing Terrell is an Equal Opportunity Employer, All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.

Apply online

Boise, ID

Posted 11/17/21

Interior Designer | Cushing Terrell 

Cushing Terrell in a Nutshell: 

Join our thriving office in Boise, as an Interior Designer. Enjoy flexibility in your days and anything but monotony in your routine. Become an important talent joining Cushing Terrell’s collective expertise in innovative planning, programming, and design and find yourself working on world-class healing environments across the country. 

Ready to create with us? 

Interior design at Cushing Terrell: 

Cushing Terrell is seeking an experienced and collaborative Interior Designer with 3-7 years of experience. You will join a diverse team in a warm, welcoming, creativity-driven environment that values sustainability and environmentally responsible practices in our design thinking. 


As a designer at Cushing Terrell, you will have a unique opportunity to work on a variety of projects throughout the United States, and in a range of markets, including retail, commercial, living, government, healthcare, and education. You will carry out creative visions to detailed designs using basic knowledge of programming, space planning and construction documentation to create healing spaces. You will be called upon to support design work in partnership with talented designers, architects, engineers, and business professionals across our 14 offices. Our creative process engages our high profile clients and our project teams in achieving highly integrated and successful design solutions. 

What we expect you can bring to the table: 

  • Comfortable collaborating in all aspects of design, manage project development and project teams from project inception to completion

  • Can apply “best practice” design solutions to a variety of healthcare project types 

  • Provide an out-of-this-world experience for our clients that cannot be replicated anywhere else 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from an accredited college and working towards achieving NCIDQ certification 

  • Deep knowledge of contract documents, specifications, knowledge of design, design documentation, national and local building codes, and accessibility requirements 

  • A strong understanding of required ratios and proportions for human focused design

  • Relevant construction observation and construction administration experience 

  • Excellent design skills and strong technical proficiency including experience in working in the following platforms: Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Adobe Creative Suite

 

We take care of our own: 

At Cushing Terrell, we are committed to excellent client service of both our external and internal clients. We’re the heads-down-but-have-fun, people-before-projects kind of firm. We encourage our team members to set big goals, but keep ego out of the office and prioritize an inclusive, supportive, and collaborative work environment. 

This position offers excellent pay and a complete benefits package including production bonuses, medical/dental/vision/life insurance, 401(k) savings plan with an employer match, holiday and paid time off, flexible schedules, and an evolving wellness program. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Equity:

Cushing Terrell is an Equal Opportunity Employer, All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.

Apply online

Seattle, WA

Posted 11/15/21

Design Studio Manager - Architectural Services | OpenSquare

Overview

We are Splice. We’re passionate problem solvers who focus on providing our clients with the experience and flexibility to deliver the right solution for every single challenge. Splice is the professional services division of One Workplace, providing FF&E project integration, post-occupancy and MAC management services acting on behalf of the client. Our drive and dedication to providing our clients with innovative spaces and solutions has helped us expand our footprint, and now it’s time to expand our team. 

 

The Studio Manager helps manage and oversee the Architectural Studio team in providing design & construction administration services for select projects in the US and Canada & Seattle/Bellevue corporate locations for our client’s portfolio. Reporting to the Program Director, this position is responsible for the day-to-day management of Designers and Project Managers.

 

Oversight of Studio: 

  • As leader of the studio, engages with client and vendor partners as primary point and accountable for quality service and overall performance.

  • Review project engagements and assign work based on individual skill and work volume trends.

  • Leads Studio huddles for regular review of status and work highlights from designers. Roll out reminders and highlights that need immediate communication to the Studio.

  • Work with Design Program Manager align with program practices, documentation, quality standards.

  • Manage and monitor team members process on projects and ensure that projects are achieving milestones and risks are being completely assessed and mitigated or communicated.

  • Ensure designers are providing effective regular communication with all parties regarding project status, including internal team, clients, vendors and other partners to ensure project deadlines while maintaining exceptional customer service.

  • Understands legal liability in providing architectural services and engaged license Architect when appropriate. Works with project managers to assess scope and requests at a regular interval to ensure the studio is practicing appropriate work.

  • Identify bottlenecks and escalate in a timely manner to ensure projects are not delayed unnecessarily. Coach team members on effective analysis of roadblocks and communication strategy to yield accurate and timely responses. Escalate to Program Director for review and handoff as needed.

  • Act as a mentor and work with Program Director to provide regular feedback for everyone through both formal Huddles and informal channels on performance and competency development.

Quality Control & Consistency

  • Technical expertise in design & construction drawing standards, design process, architectural specification, and construction administration documents.

  • Familiarity with building code and ADA applicable in various commercial office/interior conditions, TI project types, and renovations

  • Manages regular quality control touchpoints: audit sampling, final checks, design development review.

  • Ensure team is practicing standard process and protocols by providing feedback and monitoring performance through audits and review of work in progress.

  • Identify opportunities for improvement of existing processes and propose to Program Manager to update or create tools.

  • Identify inconsistent or unclear practices requiring cross functional resolution and engage Program Manager to develop resolution. 

Budget & Profitability 

  • Assist in yearly budget development based on year-to-date resource use and workload volume trends.

  • Manage execution of approved budget, prioritizing on time hiring and early identification of attrition to ensure profitability.

  • Ensures timely entry to MXT for all team members, with mindfulness to month end closeout.

  • Timely review and analysis of billable hours/individual work assignments in support of on time monthly invoicing 

Skills and Abilities

  • B.A. Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Architectural Studies, or relevant degree. 

  • 10 years’ experience in interior design, architecture, or equivalent

  • Knowledgeable of drawing document standards, building code/ADA, architectural practice

  • Expertise at leading project communication and scope development directly with the client, and working with partners, GC, subcontractors.

  • Experience developing client drawing deliverables and/or other technical project documents

  • Experience managing workflow, developing project schedules, strategizing resolution to complex issues

  • Ability to lead a team effectively; leads by providing guidance and direction to achieve quality and customer service within project deadlines.

  • Preferred Experience: direct supervision of individual performance, systems furniture design & specification

Benefits Include:

  • 15 days of PTO

  • 9 Paid Holidays

  • Medical/Dental/Vision insurance

  • 401K + Employer Match

  • Wellness App with reimbursement of up to $500/year

If this sounds like the right opportunity, please apply today! We look forward to connecting.

Apply online

Seattle, WA

Posted 11/15/21

Workspace Planner - Designer I | OpenSquare

Overview

We are Splice.  From design to installation, we are focused on creating functional, technology driven spaces to let today’s leaders craft the world of tomorrow. Our services provide FF&E project management, post-occupancy and MAC management for some of the most recognizable companies both here in Seattle and across North America. 

 

The Designer I is an individual contributor within the Space Planning Studio team. The Studio provides design & as-built management services for all US and Canada & Seattle/Bellevue corporate locations for our client’s portfolio. Reporting to the Design Studio Manager, this position is responsible for the deliverables per program guidelines and standards and implementing basic project management/coordination practices.

 

Essential Functions

  • Projects can be managed individually or requiring coordination and basic project leadership practices when multiple Designers are required to complete the work.

  • Extraordinary communication to customer(s), project team, and leadership throughout lifecycle of project: “where are we at”, “where are we going”, deadlines, challenges.

  • Work with clients/requesters to provide space planning solutions using AutoCAD and other technologies.

  • Implementation of Client Design Guidelines, Systems Furniture Design Requirements, and Building/Fire Code per local jurisdiction      

  • Work on multiple projects simultaneously, each with differing scope and products. Perform assigned work while providing transparent and timely communication of personal progress and delivering work per required timeline.

 

Skills and Abilities

  • B.A. Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Architectural Studies, or relevant degree. 

  • 3-5 years’ experience in interior design, architecture, and/or systems furniture design field or equivalent

  • Proficient with AutoCAD software

  • Knowledge of International Building Code and ADA compliant design

  • Proven record of directing others to achieve a common goal or deliverable.

  • Flexibility in a fast-paced environment as client requirements and priorities change

 

Benefits Include:

  • 15 days of PTO

  • 9 Paid Holidays

  • Medical/Dental/Vision

  • 401K + Employer match

  • Wellness Reimbursement of up to $500 a year

 

If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, please apply with your resume today!

Apply online

Seattle, WA

Posted 11/11/21

Interior Design Intern | LMN Architects 

 

Description
LMN Architects is currently seeking outstanding candidates for the position of Intern Interior Designer.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about interior design, have a strong design sensibility and
appreciate the process of articulating design through visualization and materiality.
Our culture and our approach to the delivery of projects are one and the same. We are led by ten
partners who are deeply involved in the day-to-day practice; sitting within the project teams and
contributing to a culture where everyone has a voice. Operating as a single studio, teams are organized around the needs of a project ensuring a rich mix of expertise and diversity of talent. LMN is small enoughthat we can get to know all our colleagues but large enough to have the resources to complete projects of scale.


Responsibilities:
• Support design efforts on many project types.
• Sourcing, selection and budgeting finish materials and furniture.
• Assist with drafting of design and construction documents.
• Interface with product representatives and team members.
• Assist with Materials Library Management.
• Organize materials palettes and furniture palettes.
• Assist with presentation collateral for client or consultant meetings.
• Contribute to team effort through the spirit of collaboration.


Qualifications:
• Experience with finish materials and furniture types.
• Ability to work independently as well as in a highly collaborative team environment.
• Excellent written and verbal communication, organizational and analytical skills.
• Desire and ability to work in a fast-paced environment and prioritize while performing on multiple
simultaneous projects.
• Minimum 2 years completed in an interior design or interior architecture program.

 

LMN is an internationally recognized design practice made up of architects, interior designers and
planners passionate about design and dedicated to collaboration. We are a single office of 150 people located in Seattle. Our focus is on creating buildings and places that enrich communities and the public realm across a diversity of project types—including education, convention centers, performing arts, commercial mixed-use, high-rise residential and transit facilities. In recognition of the quality of our work and professional leadership, LMN received the 2016 AIA Architecture Firm Award, the highest national honor bestowed upon an architectural practice. More information on LMN is available on our website at www.lmnarchitects.com.


LMN expects all employees to support its equal employment opportunity policy and is committed to fostering a workplace where everyone can work in a productive, respectful and professional environment. LMN does not tolerate discrimination against its employees on the basis of their race, sex/gender, religion/creed, political ideology, pregnancy, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, national origin, genetics/genetic markers, military or Veteran’s status, sexual orientation, actual or perceived status as a victim of domestic violence, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.


Apply Online

Seattle, WA

Posted 11/03/21

Interior Designer | GGLO

 

Job Type: Full-time

About GGLO

GGLO is a design practice for architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, and interior design, founded in 1986. GGLO has built a strong reputation for transformative and contextually sensitive design. With offices in Boise, Seattle, and Los Angeles, we work as a single, collaborative studio focused on connecting people through beauty and innovation.

 

The best interior design solutions invoke a sense of continuity and connection to the broader context, flowing seamlessly across thresholds. Designing at the human scale requires a comprehensive, systems-thinking approach. Our team combines knowledge from multiple disciplines, with a passion for understanding complex systems of human behavior, environmental and technological evolution in the urban environment.
 

About the Role

An Interior Designer at GGLO works closely with the Interior Design Principal and broader team to develop the design of the interior spaces and the spaces in-between. This person collaborates with architects and landscape architects at GGLO, and other professional consultant team members to plan, design, coordinate and present ideas relating to a variety of residential, workplace, hospitality, and urban mixed-use design projects. This is a hands-on role that involves research and expression of design ideas through sketching, diagrams, digital modeling and rendering in client and Principal facing communication. Interior designers actively participate in design discourse and critiques with the interior design team, project team and larger firm during weekly design reviews. GGLO projects include large to mid-size mixed-use project types and re-positioning of existing projects.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

· Perform interior design tasks during all phases of the design process, across a variety of project scopes and scales.

· Generate design ideas through sketching, diagramming, and modeling to convey design thinking.

· Develop the design work using a broad range of graphic and technical computer software to express design solutions.

· Incorporate knowledge of current interior design trends into the work.

· Incorporate sustainable design strategies and healthy materials into projects, with an eye toward those that are Climate Positive.

· Prepare design presentation packages to clients and stakeholders.

· Collaborate across multi-disciplinary teams, promoting design thinking from the inside-out and the outside-in.

· Coordinate with the larger project team including interface with owner, contractor, consultants, and other team members.

· Select and present FF&E, lighting, material palettes and art concepts to clients and stakeholders. 

· Work with product representatives, furniture dealers, art consultants and procurement agents to meet overall project goals.

· Coordinate and direct the work of junior team members.

· Present design work in Principal and client-facing communications.

 

About You

· Outstanding ability to solve design problems in creative ways.

· Outstanding ability to express design ideas three-dimensionally and through design narrative.

· Strong graphic presentation skills to communicate design ideas.

· Ability to communicate design ideas quickly.

· Understanding of the relationship between design and constructability. 

· Quick learner and critical thinker with ability to thrive working on concurrent projects in various stages of development.

· Along with Revit, Enscape, Adobe Suite, MS Office and InDesign, preferred computer software proficiencies include Rhino, NewForma and Deltek Vision.

· Strong communication and organizational skills.

· Ability to work independently and in a highly collaborative team environment.

· Steadfast desire to engage with the interior design industry.

· Desire to keep up with technical innovations and grow professionally. 

· Bonus points for LEED AP, WELL AP or similar accreditation.

 

Requirements

· Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture, or equivalent.

· NCIDQ or working towards certification.

· Minimum of 8 years of professional Interior Design experience.

· Experience in mixed-use, multi-family, workplace and/or hospitality project types.

· Experience with all phases of the design process, including FF&E.

· Fluency in a broad range of graphic and technical computer software is required for this hands-on design position. 

· Proficiency in Revit, Enscape, Adobe Suite, MS Office and InDesign.

· Willingness and ability to travel for project-related responsibilities.

Why GGLO

Our employees are a talented mix of individuals who embody every aspect of an integrated practice, who are catalysts for community through an integrated, research-based approach with sustainable design competency as a prerequisite.  We offer the opportunity to align your long-term career goals with a variety of projects and clients while working with Principals from multiple markets. We want your energy, creativity, and thirst for transforming great ideas into built reality! 

 

We offer a stimulating and exciting team-oriented design environment where our employees are challenged to bring their best creative spirit to their work.  Our workplace is respectful and diverse, with teams that thrive on engagement, learning and innovation.  We take great pride in working together to deliver the highest-quality design solutions for our clients, and leading innovative design into the future. Additionally, we offer paid licensure and industry memberships, professional development, mentorship programs, and a collaborative, stable environment.  Along with competitive salaries, we offer a generous benefit package including fully paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Short- and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, 401K with employer match program, time off, transit subsidy, bicycle parking, pet friendly atmosphere, annual Profit-Sharing contributions, as well as an annual discretionary bonus opportunity for all employees. 

 

Please visit our careers page at www.GGLO.com to apply. We look forward to hearing from you!

Boise, ID

Posted 11/03/21

BIM Lead | GGLO

 

Job Type: Full-time

About GGLO

GGLO is a design practice for architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, and interior design, founded in 1986. GGLO has built a strong reputation for transformative and contextually sensitive design. With offices in Boise, Seattle, and Los Angeles, we work as a single, collaborative studio focused on connecting people through beauty and innovation.

 

The best interior design solutions invoke a sense of continuity and connection to the broader context, flowing seamlessly across thresholds. Designing at the human scale requires a comprehensive, systems-thinking approach. Our team combines knowledge from multiple disciplines, with a passion for understanding complex systems of human behavior, environmental and technological evolution in the urban environment.
 

About the Role

Every project using Revit requires a BIM Lead. The primary function is to manage the process of virtually constructing a project and documenting the design and contract documents accurately. As BIM Lead, you are required to have a thorough understanding of how Revit works and how it should be used to achieve project design and documentation goals. You will coordinate closely with the Project Architect, Design Lead, and other team members to craft how the project is setup and executed. You need to be conversant in the design process, project deliverables, production standards and building construction so the model is assembled to the appropriate Level of Development (LOD) for project milestones.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Quality Management 

Project Setup & Maintenance 

• Design and document setup of the Revit model(s) and associated data to inform the design process throughout the life of the project

• Set up the primary design model and coordinate with all design disciplines for LOD requirements

at project milestones relative to the BIM Project Execution Plan (PxP)

Quality Review 

• Coordinate with team to ensure published drawings correlate with modeled elements 

• Ensure project is being modeled to agreed upon LOD for each project phase

• Verify models and drawings are produced to GGLO Production Standards 

• Understand QM processes and coordinates with Quality Reviewer, PM, and Technical Lead to ensure review comments are resolved 

BIM Model Maintenance 

• Check in with team members on regular basis (daily/weekly) on progress and needs related to technical impediments

• Review published drawings w/ Technical Lead & Project Manager for clarity

• Manage Revit family content including communicating needs for new or different families

• Establish and document file linking and shared coordinate systems

• Manage worksets and their content - at least daily

• Manage and enforce naming standards and browser organization

• Manage Revit and DWG file link visibility and worksets 

• Manage View Templates and Filters 

• Manage data exchange with internal team & consultant team

• Coordinate model review w/ QM team 

• Review and fix (or assign team members to fix) Revit Review Warnings – at least daily 

• Regularly audit, purge and compress the model - at least weekly 

• Update the Project Welcome View with relevant model management information

• Regularly review the project browser for organization and delete views not placed upon sheets or not properly organized 

 

Team Management 

 

Project Planning 

• Primary author of the PxP

• Consult w/ Project Manager & PIC on scope of work and project schedule

• Consult w/ PM & Technical Lead on detailed project work plan 

 

Team Communication 

• Coach, mentor and supervise the team through the process of virtually constructing the project 

• Communicate with design team and Information Systems (IS) for advice, recommendations and requirements for Revit and Production Standards and model content 

• Coordinate consultant models and drawings with GGLO models and drawings

• Has authority to make final decisions on modeling direction and techniques, with Project Team input 

 

Client Management 

• Understand client specific requirements for modeling including potential client end use of the model(s) post construction

 

Financial Management 

• Understanding of project scope and fee as modeling requirements and LOD will impact deliverables and project financial performance

 

About You

Professional Knowledge & Experience

• Coach, mentor and supervise the team through the process of virtually constructing and documenting the project

• Manage production of design documents for all project design phases

• Manage and maintain the model in accordance with established company standards

• Strong skill in verbal, written and graphic communication essential for engaging and effective teaching, and a desire to help others advance their skills in these areas.

• Strong self-directed motivation and judgment to set priorities and manage competing demands for achieving long range goals

 

Technological Expertise 

• Highly proficient with Revit

• Familiarity with other applications associated with BIM workflows (e.g. Dynamo, AutoCAD, Revizto, Rhino, Grasshopper)

• Familiarity with MS Office, Adobe Creative Cloud

• Familiarity with Deltek Vision/VantagePoint a plus

Requirements

 

• Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture or related discipline

• Professional/production experience using Revit on a minimum of 3 projects mid to large scale projects

• Highly proficient using Revit in all phases of project development

•Authorized to work in the United States

Why GGLO

Our employees are a talented mix of individuals who embody every aspect of an integrated practice, who are catalysts for community through an integrated, research-based approach with sustainable design competency as a prerequisite.  We offer the opportunity to align your long-term career goals with a variety of projects and clients while working with Principals from multiple markets. We want your energy, creativity, and thirst for transforming great ideas into built reality! 

 

We offer a stimulating and exciting team-oriented design environment where our employees are challenged to bring their best creative spirit to their work.  Our workplace is respectful and diverse, with teams that thrive on engagement, learning and innovation.  We take great pride in working together to deliver the highest-quality design solutions for our clients, and leading innovative design into the future. Additionally, we offer paid licensure and industry memberships, professional development, mentorship programs, and a collaborative, stable environment.  Along with competitive salaries, we offer a generous benefit package including fully paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Short- and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, 401K with employer match program, time off, transit subsidy, bicycle parking, pet friendly atmosphere, annual Profit-Sharing contributions, as well as an annual discretionary bonus opportunity for all employees. 

 

Please visit our careers page at www.GGLO.com to apply. We look forward to hearing from you!

Seattle, WA

Posted 11/03/21

Architectural Designer II | GGLO

 

Job Type: Full-time

About GGLO

GGLO is a design practice for architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, and interior design, founded in 1986. GGLO has built a strong reputation for transformative and contextually sensitive design. With offices in Boise, Seattle, and Los Angeles, we work as a single, collaborative studio focused on connecting people through beauty and innovation.

 

The best interior design solutions invoke a sense of continuity and connection to the broader context, flowing seamlessly across thresholds. Designing at the human scale requires a comprehensive, systems-thinking approach. Our team combines knowledge from multiple disciplines, with a passion for understanding complex systems of human behavior, environmental and technological evolution in the urban environment.
 

About the Role

The primary function of the Architectural Designer II at GGLO is to support the project team in the completion of one or more multi-family/mixed-use projects in accordance with the established goals and scope of each project. This role collaborates with all team members in an effective and efficient manner, working under the direction of, and in collaboration with project team members.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Project

· Prepare project documents for meetings, presentations, and submittals

· Incorporate redlines in a strategic and thorough manner

· Understand and follow GGLO’s standards of project documentation

· Model and draw accurately based on scope and phase of project

· Complete assigned tasks by deadline

 

Individual

· Develop and maintain proficiency with software to effectively convey design intent

· Review task list for assignments and be proactive, taking the initiative to tackle tasks and challenges

· Develop and maintain proficiency with software to effectively produce coherent design and construction documentation

 

About You

Professional Knowledge & Experience

· Experience in one of GGLO’s core markets: Wood frame, multifamily, mixed-use, type I and Type II construction.

· Experience in residential design is preferred, high-rise experience a bonus

· Capable of overseeing own work with some oversight

· Experience with being a part of a collaborative, integrated team structure for all phases of work

 

Technological Expertise

· Revit production capable, model manager a plus

· Working knowledge of multi-family housing and other building types

· Experience with the Concept and Schematic Design process for core project types

· Experience with the production of Design Communication packages for core project types

· Experience with Land-use entitlement packages a plus

· Ability to think in 3D and understand and solve complex design issues

· Experience with Deltek Vision preferred

· LEED accreditation preferred

· Working toward licensure

Requirements

· Architecture Degree or equivalent

· 3+ years of experience, 5+ preferred

· Demonstrated proficiency with Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp and Windows OS

· Proven history of excellent interpersonal, leadership, communication, and presentation skills

· Ability to hand sketch to communicate design concepts

· Authorization to work in the United States

Why GGLO

Our employees are a talented mix of individuals who embody every aspect of an integrated practice, who are catalysts for community through an integrated, research-based approach with sustainable design competency as a prerequisite.  We offer the opportunity to align your long-term career goals with a variety of projects and clients while working with Principals from multiple markets. We want your energy, creativity, and thirst for transforming great ideas into built reality! 

 

We offer a stimulating and exciting team-oriented design environment where our employees are challenged to bring their best creative spirit to their work.  Our workplace is respectful and diverse, with teams that thrive on engagement, learning and innovation.  We take great pride in working together to deliver the highest-quality design solutions for our clients, and leading innovative design into the future. Additionally, we offer paid licensure and industry memberships, professional development, mentorship programs, and a collaborative, stable environment.  Along with competitive salaries, we offer a generous benefit package including fully paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Short- and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, 401K with employer match program, time off, transit subsidy, bicycle parking, pet friendly atmosphere, annual Profit-Sharing contributions, as well as an annual discretionary bonus opportunity for all employees. 

 

Please visit our careers page at www.GGLO.com to apply. We look forward to hearing from you!