Authentic, connective, collaborative, passionate, energetic, engaging, innovative, vibrant, challenging, thoughtful, fun. These are a few of the words our own folks use to describe our culture.

Our work environment is a key to our success. It’s a collaborative, creative, trusting and fun atmosphere, where people are given plenty of opportunities to grow their skills and take on greater responsibility. We are always interested in meeting driven, detail-oriented people who share our
passion for creating great places to live, work and play. We offer competitive salaries and a full range of benefits including healthcare, 401(k) plans, a dog-friendly, casual workplace and occasional karaoke parties. Basically, we love what we do, and that’s a big reason why our clients love what we do for them.

If the descriptions below sound like you, send us your resume and a portfolio of work samples in PDF format to careers@smithgeestudio.com.

SENIOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER – COMMUNITY ARCHITECTURE FOCUS (5-8 YRS)

Smith Gee Studio (SGS) is seeking a licensed (or on path to licensure) Senior Designer with 5-8 years or more of related experience to join our top-notch team of passionate, creative, and fun people. SGS is seeking a candidate with a specific passion for Traditional Neighborhood Development architecture who will support a team collaborating directly with our Urban Design team. The ideal candidate will have experience designing with custom home builders and developers in master planned communities,
designing within parameters of unique community development guidelines and standards, a passion for traditional architectural styles and appropriate detailing, a working knowledge of the IRC Building Code, and an ability to create and deliver accurate builder-level construction document sets. Preferred experience in project types include custom and semi-custom single-family, town homes, live/work homes, and small stacked-flat multi-family and mixed-use projects. Required skills include designing and documentation proficiency in AutoCAD and a working knowledge of REVIT, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and competent communication and presentation delivery.

Smith Gee Studio’s collaborative culture is a big reason for our success and the candidate would be expected to embrace working in a team environment. Responsibilities will include providing professional
architectural consultation in the planning and coordination of projects, while leading the design and drawing process. The Senior Designer will share our commitment to high quality place-making/urban
design, community engagement, sustainable design, and be skilled at quickly adapting to the shifting needs of our clients. Strong organizational and communication skills are expected for building and maintaining relationships with clients, stakeholders, consultants, vendors, and staff. We are seeking someone with well-honed design, drawing, and rendering skills, and the ability to assist, teach, and guide less experienced designers.

SENIOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER (5-8 YRS)

Smith Gee Studio is seeking a licensed (or on path to licensure) designer with a professional degree in architecture from an accredited program and at least 5 years of related working experience. The candidate will be responsible for specific technical design aspects of assigned projects, including investigation, evaluation, and recommendation of the design solutions that best meets the client’s needs. They may provide professional architectural consultation in the planning, design and coordination of large complex projects. The ideal candidate will be able to independently apply
advanced architectural design concepts, may carry out complex or novel assignments requiring the development of new or improved techniques and procedures, and may provide technical guidance to less experienced team members.

Qualifications:
• Ability to lead the design and drawing process
• Developed skill sets in design and construction documentation & able to teach others
• Ability to coordinate with team members, sub-consultants, vendors and stakeholders
• Ability to review own work and work of designers
• Assist and guide designers
• Demonstrate all of the key requirements of team work