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Sustainable Architecture Professional/All Levels

Maclay Architects

About Maclay Architects

Maclay Architects is a small Vermont firm working in a collaborative, studio format. Our projects include educational, workplace, institutional, recreational, single and multifamily residential, historic preservation, energy assessment and financial analysis, masterplanning and net zero consulting.

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About This Position

Maclay Architects is seeking new team members, min 3 years experience through Senior Project Manager, to join our Vermont-based firm. The successful candidate will become an integral part of our mission driven, vibrant firm, recognized for our focus on delivering net-zero and innovative sustainable projects. We are a small firm working in a collaborative, studio format.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Architecture degree from accredited institution (preferred) or equivalent experience
  • Proficiency in Revit and model management experience is strongly desired
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated background in sustainable design and technologies
  • Experience in project management, meeting schedule, budgets and time management

Other Desired Skills:

  • Proficiency with CAD, SketchUp and Adobe CS
  • Experience in planning, design, and construction administration for institutional and commercial projects and/or innovative residential projects
  • Knowledge of Life Safety Code, Accessibility and Permitting
  • Proven track record managing the design process, production of construction documents, project budgets, staffing, scheduling, and construction administration
  • Willingness to mentor junior staff in all areas of project management
  • Experience with business development, proposal writing and fee negotiation

How To Apply

Please send cover letter, resume and work samples. No phone calls, please.

Chris Cook

Studio Manager

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