Job:Architect

AAI Architects, P.C.

Employer: AAI Architects, P.C.
 Location: New York, NY, US
 Posted on: Mon, Nov 7 ’16

We are seeking Architects for our New York Office, AIA Architects, PC. The successful individuals will have the following profile:

  • 1-5 years relevant work experience and proficiency in the production of working drawings from schematic design through to construction administration with minimum supervision. Thorough understanding of construction detailing is essential
  • High level of skill in current versions of Revit/BIM and 3-D modeling software (3D Studio Max), AutoCAD, Microstation, Digital Project and Microsoft Office
  • Ability to assemble a construction drawing set including site plans, floor plans, elevations, building sections, wall details etc.
  • Fully versed in the New York City Building Code with experience with large-scale commercial, mixed-use and institutional buildings
  • Strong knowledge of building technology and assembly, construction methodology, materials application and interpretation of manufacturers’ requirements
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, design, and problem solving skills as well as appreciation and sensitivity to architectural design intent
  • Positive attitude with proven proficiency working collaboratively within a team setting
  • Strong work ethic, ability to work efficiently and with accuracy, takes responsibility for own work
  • Self-motivated individual capable of assuming increasing responsibility for both current and future projects and who, in particular, is interested in growing with the firm
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