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San Francisco, USA
Intermediate designer
at Studio BANAA

Studio BANAA is looking for an intermediate designer to join its team in San Francisco, USA.

We are seeking a talented and creative intermediate designer to join our team on a full time basis.

Work on the boards currently is a ground-up cultural center, a German institute for language and culture, several coffee/tea shop interiors, a ground up center for first responders, and several restaurant projects. The ideal candidate will enjoy a highly creative, laid-back and collaborative working environment at a small firm with flexible hours and a passion for architecture and design.

We offer full time staff a benefit’s package that includes full coverage of medical, dental, along with other perks such as PTO and coverage of architectural licensure fees.

Qualifications:

  • three to five years’ experience working in an architectural or interior design practice in the United States (no exceptions)
  • ability to work on and design and construction documentation for small to mid-sized projects under supervision of principal architects: manage and redline document sets, manage consultants, contribute to the design process, schedule and manage project deadlines
  • strong graphic/presentation and design skills, particularly with hospitality and/or cultural projects
  • ability to use Revit Architecture for 3D modelling and drafting construction document sets
  • ability to model and design using SketchUp and Rhino
  • ability to hand sketching or sketch via an iPad

Note: This is currently a remote position, but we are looking for somebody located in the general Bay Area to perform site visits and meet in-person on an as needed basis.

Submit a resume and portfolio via the apply for job button below if interested!

Please title your email ‘Intermediate designer’ and write a short description about you and why you would be a good fit for the position, in the body of the email.

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