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🔗Senior Architect / Designer

  • Full Time
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • $80,000 - $95,000 USD / Year
  • September 30, 2022
  • Job Qualifications:
    • At least 8 years’ experience in architectural practice is preferred.
    • Experience in in all phases of design and construction administration
    • Have strong design and technical skills, and familiarity with sustainable strategies, and LEED documentation
    • Demonstrated ability to successfully lead project teams and internally manage project schedule, budget and workflow
    • Perform document quality reviews and follow through with team members
    • Be an approachable and effective communicator
    • Have strong graphic, written and oral communication skills
    • Be able to work constructively with clients
    • Solid working knowledge of the CBC and ADA
    • Skilled in Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe, SketchUp and MS Office
    • Be a creative problem solver who enjoys working on a diverse range of exciting projects

    ARG supports and encourages staff development, including AXP and support for taking the ARE.  ARG also offers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, disability, 401k plan and PTO.

    ARG is a majority Women-Owned Business and an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    You must be a US citizen or hold a US work visa in order to apply.

  • How to Apply:

    Please submit your resume and work samples to:

    Include “ARG Los Angeles Employment” in the email subject line.

  • Job benefits: Health, Dental, Disability, 401K,PTO, and cell phone stipend
  • Application Email:
  • Application Address: 360 East 2nd Street, Suite 225 Los Angeles CA 90012

Website Architectural Resources Group

Architectural Resources Group is an award winning, nationally recognized architectural firm specializing in adaptive reuse, new construction in historically sensitive settings, historic preservation, planning, and conservation of culturally and historically significant buildings and sites. ARG works on a wide range of projects including commercial, residential, hospitality, cultural, educational and civic design. We have offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Portland, Oregon. ARG’s practice is centered on the belief that the reuse of existing buildings plays a key role in creating dynamic, vibrant, sustainable and contemporary places. We are a collaborative studio that supports and encourages staff development and values the individual contributions of each employee. ARG is a majority women-owned business and equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity.

At ARG we design for the present as well as preserve the past. We work in a wide variety of sectors and building types including multi-family, hospitality, national and state parks, cultural and performing arts, higher education, and civic projects. We design new buildings in sensitive historic contexts and work in the preservation and conservation of older ones. These buildings can be tied to a particular place and time, culture, architectural movement, or significant events. In our practice, the past informs the present and sometimes suggests the future, and we see how people’s past lives, ambitions, and innovations come alive in the present and are captured and held in the buildings we work to preserve.

We are looking for a talented Senior Architect/Designer to join our dynamic and collaborative Los Angeles office. The Salary Range is $80,000 – $95,000.

What you will do:

  • Work in all project phases.
  • Provide technical leadership and mentorship
  • Manage project teams internally to meet project scope, schedule, and budget
  • Lead teams in the production and coordination of design and construction documents
  • Work in Revit to produce design and construction drawings
  • Communicate and coordinate work with colleagues, consultants, and clients
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