Sustainable Design Facilitator
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Moody Nolan is currently seeking Sustainable Design Facilitators to join our growing Columbus team.
Moody Nolan, 2021 AIA National Architecture Firm Award recipient, is a nationally recognized architectural firm serving public and private clients in over 40 states. We provide the services of architecture, experiential design, and interior design through offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Houston, Nashville, New York, and Washington, DC.
Moody Nolan offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, STD, LTD, Life Insurance, FSA, and 401k.
This full-time position requires a bachelor’s degree and relevant work experience. Educational background is flexible but preferred disciplines are architecture, engineering, environmental design, or a focus on sustainability. The ideal candidate should be LEED accredited with an AP plus specialty.
The Moody Nolan sustainability team is dispersed throughout the entire firm and strong emphasis will be placed on the ability to collaborate, coordinate, and communicate with team members in other locations.
- Assist team and client in developing project sustainable design strategies and metrics.
- Develop project process plan, complete related green building certification documentation, and coordinate with consultants.
- Provide education and guidance for sustainable strategies across multiple offices, projects, and market sectors.
- Assisting the Marketing & Business Development Department in the creation of sustainability related marketing materials.
- Engage in research and analysis to facilitate inclusion of sustainable design strategies.
- Assist in firm-wide education concerning sustainable design topics.
- Support the firm sustainability and high performance design leaders in providing firm-wide vision and support on sustainability initiatives.
- Lead data gathering, analysis, and reporting of AIA 2030 Commitment requirements.
- Passion for sustainability with interest in integrative, high-performance design.
- Experience implementing sustainable and high-performance strategies including understanding what strategies are appropriate to what building types and locations as well as general return on investment economics.
- Ability to effectively communicate with clients and project teams in an inspiring and productive manner.
- Ability to look at projects from various scales, the big picture and the details.
- Passion for working with complex project teams and advocating for sustainable design.
- Articulate and comfortable public speaker able to lead and/or participate in sustainability charrettes with clients.
- Bachelor’s degree in architecture, environmental design, sustainability, or related field.
- Willingness to pursue green building accredited professional certifications (LEED, WELL, LBC, etc.).
- Experience with certifying LEED projects; LEED certification.
- Knowledge of or experience with other sustainability rating systems.
- Knowledge of Adobe suite.
- Knowledge of environmental analysis programs (daylight, carbon, etc.)
- Architecture or Construction industry experience.
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2021 AIA National Architecture Firm Award recipient