Architectural Staff (Level I)

Essential Functions

  • Responsible for the creation of project BIM models, design drawings, and construction documents through all phases of the design and construction process, with input from the Project Architect
  • Work with the design team to develop the design concept and coordinate architectural, structural, and MEP systems and elements to support the design
  • Responsible for the creation of advanced design images including photo-realistic rendering, photomontage, rendered plans and elevations
  • Assist the Project Architect in researching materials, finishes, and construction assemblies and gathering necessary information to develop details and specifications
  • Navigate and research regulatory and code requirements and incorporate into the design to ensure compliance


Education and Professional Experience
  • BA in Architecture or completion of non-accredited Architecture or Architectural Technology program
  • 3 to 5 years of professional architectural or related work experience
  • A minimum of 2 years of experience using Revit BIM platform in an office to produce construction drawings
Technical Skills
  • Proficient in Revit, Adobe and MS Office (Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel)
  • Familiarity with SketchUp, Formit, Rhino, or 3D Studio Max would be a plus
  • Ability to read and understand building plans, technical diagrams, sketches and shop drawings for Architectural work and related disciplines
  • Possesses foundational knowledge in construction practices, technology, and detailing
  • Possesses foundational knowledge in architectural design, production of construction documentation, and the construction administration process
  • Prior knowledge and hands-on experience with the rehabilitation or renovation of aging and/or historic industrial and commercial buildings is a plus
Personal Skills
  • Deep curiosity and creativity, and a drive to solve problems and improve and simplify designs, systems, and processes
  • Personal passion for and commitment to the enduring vitality of historic New England buildings and communities
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, responsive and timely communicator with team members and clients
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize and maintain organization in a dynamic environment
  • Professional demeanor and conduct, exercises good judgment and represents the firm with integrity

If you are looking for long-term career growth, professional responsibility, and meaningful employment within a fun, energetic, and diverse organization that values its people tremendously, we hope you will consider joining our team. Please email your cover letter, resume and portfolio (PDF) to:

S&A offers a competitive salary commensurate with the level of experience, as well as a comprehensive benefits package. Stevens & Associates is a Veteran-owned company and an equal opportunity employer.