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🔗Mid-Level Historical Architect

  • Full Time
  • Kansas City, MO, USA
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: strata.kc@gmail.com
  • Salary ($): $54,000 - $63,000
  • Job Qualifications:

    Minimum – Bachelor of Architecture

    Preferred – Bachelor or Masters of Architecture with Masters of Science in Historic Preservation

    Proficient in Revit; AutoCAD; Photoshop

    Strong communication skills, including verbal and written communication.

    Must have valid driver’s license and transportation.

  • How to Apply:

    Please email a letter of interest, resume, and PDF of work samples to strata.kc@gmail.com.

    Work samples should include: building assessment and treatment drawings, construction details, graphics and renderings, historic research, and building assessment and treatment reports (Historic Structure Reports or Assessment and Feasibility Studies).

    STRATA is an Equal Opportunity Employer – We are M/F/Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity inclusive.

  • Job benefits: Health Care, Paid Time Off, 401k Match, AIA and APT Dues, Continuing Education STRATA fosters a collaborative environment and supports continuing education. We offer competitive benefits, including health insurance, 401k, AIA and APT membership fees, and an annual allowance for education and training.
  • Physical Demands: Site Visits Working Outdoors; Travel (single day to up to two weeks); Building Measuring and Documentation with Physical Demands such as walking, standing, and kneeling for extended periods of time and climbing; Remote Sites
  • Application Email: strata.kc@gmail.com
  • Application Phone #: 816-474-0900
  • Application Address: STRATA Architecture Inc. 1701 Oak Street, Suite 100 Kansas City, MO 64108

Website STRATA Architecture Inc.

STRATA Architecture + Preservation is looking for a full-time Mid-level Preservation Architect with experience and dedication for preserving the built environment and cultural resources. Candidates should have 4-8 years’ experience with a broad knowledge of building materials, historical construction technologies, conditions assessment, repair and conservation methodologies, building surveying and field measuring (HABS-style documentation), compilation of Construction Documents, and strong technical writing and research skills. Candidates should have experience with Revit and AutoCAD. Candidates must have a Bachelor of Architecture, and those with a Masters in Historic Preservation will be preferenced.



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