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🔗Architectural Designer

  • Full Time
  • San Francisco, CA
  • $65,000 - $70,000 USD / Year
  • Job Qualifications:


    • Creation of three-dimensional building information modeling and two-dimensional construction documentation using applicable TreanorHL software.
    • Perform redline changes and revisions on project documents.
    • Assist in the streamlining of the architectural design process from conceptual design through overall completion of projects.
    • Assist with contract administration responsibilities.
    • Participation in the architectural design process and develop alternative solutions and presentation graphics used to communicate concepts to the client or for agency approval.
    • Assist in the development of project specifications from master specifications.
    • Assist in the review of product or shop drawing submittals during the construction phase.
    • Assistance to the project architects and project team in production of schematic design, design development, and construction drawings
    • Organize and maintain project files.


    • Degree in Architecture
    • Actively working towards licensure
    • The willingness to work as a team member and assist others
    • High levels of activity and productivity
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Ability to clearly convey information and ideas verbally and graphically
    • The ability to quickly grasp new concepts
    • Intermediate knowledge in Revit
    • Basic BIM modeling skills
    • Proficient with 3D Modeling software
    • Ability to effectively meet deadlines
  • How to Apply:

    To apply, send your cover letter, resume, and portfolio to or visit our website at

  • Job benefits: Health, dental, vision, life insurance, short & long term disability, paid parental leave, childcare assistance, student loan repayment assistance, licensure financial support, etc.
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Website TreanorHL

TreanorHL specializes in planning, programming and design for healthcare, higher education, justice, historic preservation, housing and mixed-use, advanced industries, and K-12 architecture. Our interior design and civil engineering studios provide services across all these markets as well as directly to clients needing interior design or civil engineering services. We are twelve offices strong in ten states including California, Colorado, Georgia, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Arizona, Idaho, Kentucky, and Washington. We design places where success happens and people thrive, both today and tomorrow.

Full-time entry-level Architectural Designer on the path to licensure with less than two years of experience. Expected to develop design or technical solutions under the supervision of an architect. Generally providing architectural support to the lead architect and/or project team in the design, selection, coordination, and detailing of architectural materials and systems on a project or projects.

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