Level I Designer/Architect
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WHO ARE WE?
At Webber + Studio, our mission is to follow a consistent process to achieve unique outcomes. We use our core values and the programmatic needs, site constraints, and vision of our clients to redefine what architectural beauty can be. We attempt to fulfill our mission in several ways, including: By instilling in our staff the importance of following a set of ten guiding principles geared towards achieving mastery of our profession from a technical, service, and management perspective (what we call our Ten Areas of Mastery). By cultivating a team of results-oriented staff who are ambitious, curious, and have a get-it-done attitude.
WHO ARE YOU?
We like to hire people who have the following skills, experience and traits.
- Problem solver. From solving complex problems of all natures including architectural, technical, technological, motivational and administrative to capably communicating these problems and their solutions.
- Technically proficient. Able to facilitate big-picture concepts and details and able to communicate accurate, clear, concise instructions through sketches/CAD drawings. Experience in ArchiCad a plus.
- Team player. We’ll expect you to be highly capable of following and giving direction. You’ll provide leadership and work with your team to achieve project goals efficiently and effectively. Organized. At the heart of our firm’s mission is a simple belief: we follow a consistent process in order to achieve unique outcomes. There will be many to-dos on your list, but if you’re organized and focused on completing tasks holistically, you’ll be able to manage multiple, competing priorities.
- Communicator. Our work is predicated on being able to effectively convey ideas to clients and colleagues both verbally and visually. We expect team members to communicate frequently, clearly, and concisely to maintain project momentum. As a good team member, you’ll be responsible for creating a seamless experience for the studio by being supportive of your colleagues, providing clear direction, receiving feedback, being prepared, and being willing and able to offer help when needed.
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