VIA Architecture is a multi-disciplinary firm of design professionals creating connected communities. With offices in Vancouver, Seattle and Oakland we are a highly interactive studio-based practice concentrating in urban planning, transit systems planning, and design and architecture for both transit systems and urban mixed-use development. Our systems-level sustainable design strategies and community-based design studio set us apart from traditional architectural practice.
We are seeking exceptional candidates experienced in executing complex transit-related architecture and urban infrastructure projects.
Licensed Architect with a minimum of 15 years professional practice.
Career focus with recent projects in complex multi-disciplinary public sector projects such as transit architecture, urban design, or infrastructure design.
Project Manager and team leader comfortable presenting to and facilitating process with both public and private audiences.
Connecter of disciplines, clients, stakeholders and municipalities, integrating disciplines to achieve the best results for the project.
3D thinker comfortable with addressing complex sites and geometries.
Key member in our growing transportation-oriented architecture practice.
Project management and design team leadership on large public-sector projects.
Client care and communication.
Development of scope and schedule for complex architectural assignments.
Supervision of budget, schedule, and work product for complex multi-disciplinary projects.
Mentorship of junior staff.
Driver for quality and excellence in all facets of our practice.
Salary and Benefits
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Generous benefits include extended medical coverage, retirement funds contribution matching, and transit subsidy.
How to Apply
Please email resume, cover letter/email, work samples in PDF (max. 3 MB) with “Your Name – Transit and Urban Infrastructure Architect” in subject‐line, attention Dan Nelson, email@example.com. No phone calls or office visits please.
For more information about VIA Architecture, please visit www.via-architecture.com.