Architect / Architectural Staff – Vero Beach, FL, US | Jobs

Clemens Bruns Schaub & The Associates Studio (TAS) is an award-winning, high-end, multidisciplinary residential design firm (architecture, interior architecture and landscaping). Although Clemens Bruns Schaub & The Associates Studio focuses on high-end residential tropical architecture, we have mastered various architectural styles and have gained wide recognition for bespoke, detailed and well-balanced designs for over 40 years.

Located in Vero Beach, Florida, TAS is looking for a well qualified, motivated and versatile Architect / Architectural staff with a Professional Diploma in Architecture (B.Arch or M.Arch). The permit is preferable but not required. Retail experience with high end custom homes is preferred. Knowledge of Archicad, Revit or Sketchup for 3D and full construction documents preferred (company uses Archicad). Knowledge of Photoshop desired. Skills in Microsoft Word and Excel are required. Demonstrated competence in all phases of project management, from schematic design to construction documentation and administration is essential. The architect / architectural staff will work closely with the team, for the timely fulfillment of project responsibilities. TAS maintains a studio atmosphere, and the architect / architectural staff must have strong communication, critical thinking and interpersonal skills to thrive in a collaborative environment. You will be involved from the start of the project concept through to construction completion, including client and contractor interaction. This allows for a complete and rewarding experience that uplifts and provides professional growth.

We offer competitive salary and benefits.

For immediate consideration, qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae and portfolio, including examples of design work and construction documents, in PDF format.

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