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Portland, USA
Mid-level architectural designer
at Hacker Architects

Hacker Architects has an opportunity for a mid-level architectural designer to join its firm in Portland, USA.

Hacker is currently seeking qualified candidates with NAAB-accredited degrees in architecture and three to eight years’ experience to join our creative teams. Individuals should demonstrate excellent design and technical skills with a focus on sustainability. Candidates should be fluent in SketchUp and Adobe Creative Suite. Knowledge of Revit is required. Strong rendering and drawing skills are essential.

Please upload a single PDF that includes a letter of interest, resume, and concise work samples or a link to your online portfolio.

Hacker is an architecture and interiors studio of 50+ united by a desire to create spaces that enrich the world – spaces that make us feel more connected to the landscape, each other, and ourselves. Our devotion to craft and 30+ year history of environmentally progressive design, our expressive use of materials and natural light – above all, our reputation for seeking clarity and meaning in every aspect of the work – has earned us international, national, and regional design awards, top prizes in national design competitions, and publication internationally. In 2018 Hacker was ranked the #27 firm in the nation by ARCHITECT magazine, and in 2013 named the AIA’s Northwest & Pacific Region Firm of the Year.

We are an equal opportunity employer and champion social equity and mentorship. We value diversity, are active in our community, and seek to be a workplace where diverse voices are represented and heard. We offer competitive salary and generous benefits including paid parental leave; 401k with socially responsible investment options; company paid volunteer time; continuing education stipends; health, dental, life and disability insurance and FSA.

Hacker is a Just Organization – read more about our equity policies here.

To apply, please use the this link

www.hackerarchitects.com

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