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Architectural Project Designer

Ware Malcomb

This is a Full-time position in Seattle, WA posted April 28, 2021.

Ware Malcomb has an exciting opportunity in our Bellevue office for an Architectural Project Designer who will provide design support to our Ware Malcomb offices.

Project Designers are responsible for creating Conceptual and Schematic Design for architectural projects and presenting design options, including determining and meeting client goals and developing client relationships.

You will remain “on-call” throughout the lifecycle of a project to provide design direction to the project team.

In addition, you will be involved in VE, submittal review, consultant coordination and drawing set reviews as it relates to design intent.

The Project Designer opportunity at Ware Malcomb provides extensive opportunity for growth, learning and development.
8+ years of experience in architectural design Experience working on commercial or industrial projects preferred  Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture or related field AutoCAD, Adobe Suite, Sketch-up and Revit skills Knowledge of Microsoft Project, Word, Excel, and Newforma Ability to coordinate a complete set of contract documents is strongly preferred Experience presenting to clients Knowledge of building codes
Ware Malcomb is a contemporary and expanding full service design firm providing professional architecture, planning, interior design, civil engineering, branding and building measurement services to corporate, commercial/residential developer and public/institutional clients throughout the world.

Founded in 1972, the firm has office locations throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Ware Malcomb specializes in the design of commercial office, corporate, industrial, science & technology, healthcare, retail, auto, public/institutional facilities and renovation projects. 

Ware Malcomb provides the best of both worlds; a small office supportive and nurturing work environment coupled with the resources, amenities, and opportunities afforded by a large international design firm.

Ware Malcomb offers a whole life balance, health-focused company culture, competitive salary and overall benefits package along with an excellent opportunity for professional growth.

Ware Malcomb is recognized as an Inc.

5000 fastest-growing private company and a Hot Firm by Zweig Group!

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