Posted 7 months ago

Clarke Caton Hintz has been a recognized leader in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Planning for more than 40 years. Our award-winning reputation is the result of our diverse team of talented, knowledgeable and imaginative professionals that provide the highest level of service to our clients. Located in the historic State House District in Trenton, New Jersey, our practice extends into a wide range of cities, towns and places where we serve as a design and planning partner for our clients.

Our wide-ranging portfolio of projects means that our people experience the myriad aspects of architectural practice. Through multi-disciplinary collaboration among our allied design professionals, our people attain a broad understanding of the ability to shape the built and natural environments. We welcome team members that share our passion for meaningful, high quality work. You may view our work at clarkecatonhintz.com.

Our team defines our culture and our success: A diversity of backgrounds and viewpoints enriches our work. We are committed to providing the space for learning through mentorship, professional development, collaboration and career advancement. Incentives and support is offered for professional certification, licensing and enrichment activities, including charitable and non-profit endeavors. We support our people with a range of health, wellness and financial benefits. We also support a hybrid (in-person/remote) work schedule to provide the flexibility for our team to manage their personal and family obligations. As an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Job Summary: Project Architect/ Project Manager

Clarke Caton Hintz seeks an architect who shares our passion for creative design within a variety of contexts. The Architect will collaborate on a variety of projects related to a broad range of public and private clients. Projects occur across a variety of scales and market sectors, including, but not limited to athletic facilities; civic; cultural; higher education-colleges and universities; commercial; corporate; historic preservation; interiors; education – K-12; parking facilities; and residential. Ideal candidates will have an interest in impactful design, particularly in the urban environment and in sustainability.

Responsibilities

Undertaking and completing project tasks in collaboration with principals and project team members
Overseeing the development of drawings and specifications
Coordination with outside sub-consultants
Writing and assembling reports and documents using text and graphics, as appropriate
Participating in meetings with project team, clients, stakeholders, public and approving authorities

Requirements

Bachelors of Architecture (required)
Architectural licensure (preferred)
Knowledge of Revit and Autocad (required)
Knowledge of 3D modeling software such as SketchUp, Enscape or Lumion (preferred)
8-10 years experience (preferred)
Knowledge of architectural best practices and concepts
Ability to organize and present data in an efficient and clear manner
Microsoft Office Suite, Word and Excel, being essential for day-to-day work
Graphic skill, experience with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) is desirable, but not required
Strong organizational skills and personal initiative
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to multi-task and work collaboratively within a team of architects, interior designers, landscape architects, and planners

Benefits

Medical/Prescription
Dental
Short/Long Term Disability
Employee Profit Sharing
401(K)
Vacation, Sick, Holiday; Family, Military and Bereavement Leave, and Personal Days
Professional Development
Certification/Licensure Bonus
Year-End Bonus

Salary
Salary commensurate with skills and experience

Posted November 6, 2023

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