We are a small, collaborative office with informal culture and inquisitive approach; you will have a high degree of responsibility and growth based on your initiative; we have great clients and project roles on unusual projects and significant properties. Our projects vary widely, from documentation to architectural services to project management. Much of our work comes from long-standing client relationships, providing direct collaboration with property owners, larger architecture firms, and developers. Everyone in our firm sees continuous variety in project roles, tasks, project types, and property types. We value professionals who think outside the box and make a personal commitment to each task.
The Company is committed to equal employment opportunity. We do not unlawfully consider an individual's race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical
condition, marital or registered domestic partner status, pregnancy, citizenship, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender preference, genetic characteristics, age, sex, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law, in any employment decision. This policy governs all aspects of employment at the Company, including hiring, assignments, promotions,compensation, employee benefits, employee discipline and discharge, and all other terms and conditions of employment.
2-7 years experience
B. Arch. or M. Arch with 2+ years preservation experience, or B.S. in architecture with masters degree or certificate in preservation.
Essential Skills: observation and documentation of historic building conditions; drawings and specifications for rehabilitation projects; application of the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties; application of the National Register/California Register Criteria; and competent preparation of written documents.
Also desirable: analysis and document preparation for NEPA/Section 106/CEQA; research and preparation of Historic Structure Reports; graphic design (InDesign, etc.) of documents; assistance on business developmentproposals.
Essential computer skills: Word, Excel, AutoCAD. Also desirable: GIS, Revit, SketchUp, PhotoShop/Illustrator, web design.
Full-time position in downtown San Francisco office includes health & dental insurance, transit pass, retirement plan with matching employer contribution, professional development, and paid vacation & holidays. Competitive salary based on experience.