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🔗Intern at Small Restoration/Preservation Architecture Firm

  • Part Time
  • New York, NY
  • $25.00 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Summary: You will be involved throughout all aspects of the project from site visits and documentation to Autocad drawings.
  • Job Qualifications:


  • How to Apply:

    Email your Resume in pdf, Autocad drawing samples in pdf and your contact information to No calls will be answered or taken for the position

Website Jenkins Architecture PLLC

Jenkins Architecture PLLC is a small restoration / preservation Architecture firm.


·         Ability to start immediately.

·         Office location is in DUMBO Brooklyn, at the York Street F Train Station.

·         Ability to travel to all five boroughs in NYC.

·         Working knowledge of Autocad REQUIRED.

·         A comfort level with taking site measurements and translating those measurements to drawings.

·         Good writing and communication skills.

·          Ability to produce high quality detailed 2D Autocad drawings including details, roof plans and elevations.

·         This job the job will require site visits in NYC.

·         Jenkins primarily focuses on exterior repairs and building facades/envelopes however there are also interior design and construction reports that you may be involved with.

·         References from prior work experiences.

·         Submission of resume and work showing 2D Autocad ability. (Revit will not be required or needed).

·         Fluency in written and spoken English.

·         Must be eligible to work in the United States.

·         Work under Registered Architect. If you are registered for NCARB AXP, you will earn hours toward becoming licensed.

·         Jenkins Architecture is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents. Local candidates only, please.

·         $25/hour – Part-time.

·         We can only respond to a limited number of qualified candidates.

·         NO CALLS ALLOWED. Email only.

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