Project Architect


Colorado Springs, CO
United States

Experience Required
Yes
Degree Required
Yes
Employment Type
Employee
Work Schedule
Full-Time

Job Description

In your new position as part of the firm's architectural team, you will expand your craft and collaborate with architects who are profoundly impacting many of the area’s greatest projects such as the Pikes Peak Summit Complex, the Saint Francis Medical Center, and innovative educational facilities across the state. Your role will be fast-paced, multi-faceted and highly engaging. Depending upon the type of project, you may be assigned the responsibilities of Project Manager, Project Architect, or Architect.

Your primary duties are to plan, design, and assist in the creation of successful architectural and/or planning projects. You must have a thorough understanding of the practice of architecture and ability to develop a high quality projects. You will also be capable of leading and participating in client and team meetings and will be relied upon for your attention to detail, a proactive positive attitude, and superior communications skills.

From our offices in beautiful downtown Colorado Springs, our culture is open and collegial. You'll interact with many teammates and will find yourself engaged by multiple people at the same time. You will be a part of a firm where you will be working under seasoned professionals who truly value mentorship and helping architects expand their skills.

And while you are learning from us, we want to learn from you. You’ll provide input to help RTA continually improve our documents and systems and seek to obtain progressively higher-level assignments on a variety of projects. Come ready and excited to share your experiences, ideas, and career growth desires with us.

Qualified applicants must have:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree of Architecture.

  • State of Colorado Architectural License or near completion of ARE.

  • Minimum twelve (12) years architectural experience.

  • Display a high level of architectural knowledge.

  • Excellent communication skills to facilitate meetings with the client and project staff.

  • Creative thinking ability and aesthetic sensitivity.

  • Experience with governmental agencies along with knowledge of building codes and zoning ordinances.

  • Thorough knowledge of local code requirements with the ability to implement.

  • Strong skills regarding: job knowledge, communication, leadership, planning, teamwork, decision-making, judgment and problem solving associated with all phases of a project.

  • The ability to utilize computer systems as a tool to effectively manage projects. Required computer skills: AutoCAD, Revit, and MS Office.

  • Experience and leadership skills as required by Ownership.