Architectural Project Designer

Company Name:
Greenberg Farrow
Job Responsibilities:
Project Designer is responsible for the aesthetic, conceptual and planning solutions for projects. Should be task oriented and works on the design of several projects concurrently. Possess strong drive, motivation and self-initiative and works well with minimal direction and supervision. After analyzing problems and briefs, can generate, communicate and present concepts quickly and effectively. Initiates and creates schematic designs and plans with responsibility for the preparation of presentation drawings, models and narratives. Represents the firm, participating as a key member of business development teams, in presentations to prospective clients. Coordinates with the engineering disciplines throughout the schematic and design development phases to ensure that the solution accommodates the engineering needs and the owner's program. Acts as a mentor to other staff members. Reports to the Project Manager.
Job Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Masters preferred
5 years experience with 3 years in commercial (retail/mixed-use) or multi-family housing projects
Licensure in Architecture, preferred
Strong and versatile building design skills
Excellent presentation and communication skills (verbal and written)
Ability to make presentations
Strong working relationships with clients
Proven ability to prioritize in order to meet deadlines and provide high quality service to clients
Self-starter and proactive
Strong sketching skills
Good understanding and knowledge of building codes and zoning regulations
Good understanding and knowledge of building systems and site requirements
Proficient in current version of AutoCAD, 3D Studio or Form-Z, Photoshop, PowerPoint, MS Word and MS Excel
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