Our firm is founded on our shared belief that people are at their best when they feel connected. Our practice focuses on linking people – with their neighborhood, home, workplace and, most importantly, with other people. Our company culture reflects these tenets, and we aspire to hire employees who are motivated, collaborators, humble and service-minded to work with our clients and project partners. Good candidates for these positions are organized, efficient, comfortable communicating with co-workers and clients, motivated and detail-oriented.
You are encouraged to explore our website to learn more about the projects we complete and the values that drive our designs. If you are interested in an open position, please send your resume and work samples to email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
We are always looking for Co-Op students to add to our team for a semester. We hire students at all levels with strong portfolios and a desire to grow professionally.
Students working for our firm will have the opportunity to work on a number of different projects that may range from urban design for neighborhoods to streetscape designs to an array of interesting architectural projects. Students will be challenged and supported with work that focuses on revitalizing urban communities and cores. Historic preservation, adaptive reuse, new construction and urban design (at a wide variety of scales) will keep you busy and engaged. Our studio environment, combined with our collaborative approach, provides everyone a voice in our firm’s design process. You will be involved in all aspects of design, production and interaction as we work to ensure a well-rounded co-op experience for all students. We are a fast-paced organization and you will work on most stages of project development across various project types.
Experience with AutoCAD, SketchUp and Adobe Creative Suite is required. V-ray experience is preferred.
City Architecture is an equal opportunity employer. It is, and will continue to be, our policy that all applicants for employments shall be recruited and hired on the basis of qualification and ability without regard to race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability.