WORKSHOP 

We are always open to speak to talented professionals who are interested in joining our creative atmosphere. The Workshop requires creative design abilities, enthusiasm for architecture and a team oriented attitude. Located in a recently renovated building in Nashville’s 8th South area, the Architect Workshop intentionally engages in a diverse portfolio of project types, sizes and clients.  The Workshop's method of project design and management enables our team members to experience a full range of architectural responsibilities.

Current Opportunities to join the Workshop

Please send current resume and portfolio to info@thearchitectworkshop.net.

Project Architect

Responsibilities:
o   Project team leadership through the design, documentation, and construction phases.
o   Oversight of project design development in a collaborative environment
o   Day-to-day coordination of consultants and project staff
o   Management of project schedules, staffing and project budgets
o   Report directly to firm principals and senior staff architect
o   Collaborate with firm principals on project design
o   Mentor graduate architects

Requirements and capabilities:
o   Bachelor or Master of Architecture
o   Licensed architect
o   8-10 years’ experience in various project types
o   Experience with civic, commercial, educational, and public safety is preferred
o   Strong graphic and design skills, including the ability to communicate ideas through sketching
o   Ability to demonstrate strong communication skills both verbal and written.
o   Ability to demonstrate strong design skills balanced with strong technical skills
o   Proficiency with Revit, AutoCAD, Sketch Up, Word and Excel are required
o   Proficiency with Bluebeam Revu and/or Adobe Creative Suite is preferred

Workshop culture:
Beyond technical qualifications, we are interested in someone who works well in a collaborative environment, and capable of leading and teaching others.

Project Architects should be motivated to deliver well documented projects in a timely manner.

Individuals who succeed at the Workshop are self-motivated, interested in a variety of project types and sizes, capable of prioritizing and planning their work, and strive to learn and expand their understanding of the art and science of architecture.