WT Seeking Three New Team Members

WT Hiring for Three Positions

Weber Thompson is an award winning architectural, interior design, landscape architectural and community design firm. Our projects are complex and challenging – but we are a great group of talented design professionals who value collaboration and humor in our day-to-day dedication to create success via design and technical excellence. We work in a light filled, passively cooled office building in the middle of the highly energized South Lake Union neighborhood in Seattle.

Our office is a friendly and low-key, yet deadline-driven environment with minimal egos.If you or someone you know meets the criteria below, please head to our careers page to learn more and apply.

Senior Interior Designer

Our team needs a self-starter with 8+ years of experience in residential multi-family, commercial or retail. You must work well in a collaborative environment, be creative and client service oriented, have extended space planning experience, excellent team communication skills and be obsessed about details and quality control. Revit skills are required; Adobe Creative Cloud skills are a plus.

This is a position that will run a project, so strong organizational skills, the ability to develop a project delivery plan and manage a schedule, budget and clients are desired, along with a sense of humor. A degree in Interior Design from an accredited program is required, NCIDQ Certified, or FIDER accredited degree preferred, as is LEED AP Accreditation.

Interior Designer

We are looking for someone to bring their excellent design eye, stellar rendering skills and technical knowledge and experience to support our interior designs. You are a self-starter with at least 4 years of experience in residential multi-family projects – either high-rise or mid-rise – and commercial office projects who can work well in a highly collaborative environment.

What we’re looking for:

– Experience and expertise in Revit, Sketchup and Adobe Creative Cloud.
– Excellent team and interdisciplinary communication, both written and verbal.
– Strong organizational skills.
– The ability to manage both schedules and budgets.
– Resilience, drive, and a sense of humor.

A degree in Interior Design or Architecture from an accredited program is required; LEED AP Accreditation is preferred.

If you meet the requirements listed above, please send your cover letter (important!) and resume to jobs@weberthompson.com. If you don’t meet the requirements, please do not reply and check back for a job posting that fits your qualifications in the future.

Job Captain

Become part of our team. If you have 3-10 years of residential experience in high or mid-rise mixed-use projects and can work well in a collaborative atmosphere we want you to join our group.  You must be creative and service-oriented, have excellent team communication skills, be diligent and thorough in your work all while being a Revit superstar.  Strong organizational skills and a sense of humor are also required.  A Bachelors degree in Architecture is required. LEED AP Accreditation is a plus.

If you meet the requirements listed above, please send your cover letter (important!) and resume to jobs@weberthompson.com. If you don’t meet these requirements, please do not reply, but check back for additional openings in the coming months.

Thank you!

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