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Montana Career Opportunity - Architect/ Designer - Gavin Hanks

June 23, 2017View for printing

GAVIN.hanks Architects has an immediate, full-time position for an architect or architectural designer.

AIT (Architect-in-Training) or non-registered graduates will also be considered, depending on experience. We are seeking a highly motivated, self-starter with strong design and problem-solving skills.

Candidates must be willing and capable of developing designs and providing technical solutions to specific design challenges with minimum oversight, evaluate and implement procedures and techniques relative to a defined scope of work, ability to manage several projects at one time, provide and maintain realistic timeframes & project schedules and be a good communicator / team-player.

Successful candidates must also have a strong background in Autocad, Revit and Sketchup software. Additionally, we seek someone with an understanding of building codes and energy codes in addition to a firm knowledge of practical construction methods and detailing. Additional skills preferred but not absolutely required include knowledge of local jurisdiction review processes, zoning and planning regulations, artistic abilities including 3D modeling/rendering and managing our social media presence.

GAVIN HANKS is a small, close-knit office with a high-volume variety of projects ranging from small, residential/commercial remodels, custom homes, commercial/industrial projects, historic preservation and multi-family designs. We strive to form strong, personal relationships with our clients. We are committed to our families and our community and are seeking an energetic, self-motivated & focused individual with a genuine interest in design and excellent graphic representation skills to contribute to the growth of our firm.

We offer a competitive benefits package in addition to a casual, fun yet high-paced work atmosphere. Salary DOE.

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