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Posted: 10/03/2014

SHKS Architects

Lively engagement results in extraordinary places. SHKS Architects finds elegance in necessity, elevating the core principles of each unique site and building project to reflect our clients' aspirations. Through collaboration, care, craft, and discovery, we reveal architecture's inherent optimism, contributing to our local community and to the global stewardship of natural and built environments. Our practice is focused on renovation, repair and adaptive reuse of buildings, retaining embodied energy, habitat, and cultural and material resources. Improving existing buildings holds considerable value economically, socially and environmentally.

Project Architect
Professional Opportunity
Seattle, WA

SHKS Architects is currently interviewing for a Project Architect.


The ideal candidate should have the following qualities:


  • A professional degree in architecture
  • 7 to 10 years of professional experience, with increasing responsibilities.
  • Superior design and communication skills: verbal, written, and graphic
  • Experience with project design and documentation, including consultant coordination and construction administration
  • Experience and interest in renovation, adaptive reuse and preservation projects
  • Skill with zoning and building codes




OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Email resume and cover letter to info@shksarchitects.com.Please limit attachments to 5MB or less. Please do not call regarding this position.

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