Weber Thompson is an award-winning architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and community/urban design firm. Our projects are complex and you will work hard – but you will be alongside a great group of people who prioritize collaboration and humor in their day-to-day work. We work in a light-filled, passively cooled office building in the middle of the highly energized South Lake Union neighborhood in Seattle.
Weber Thompson is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Our office is a friendly and low-key, yet a deadline-driven environment with minimal egos. If this sounds good to you, please consider applying for the positions below:
Project Manager – Commercial Office
Weber Thompson’s award winning commercial office group is looking for a Project Manager who is dynamic, organized, and embraces sustainable design. We have several unique and exciting commercial/mixed use projects on the boards, with more to come.
We are looking for a self-starter with 8+ years of experience managing the design and construction of commercial office projects. You must believe in premium client care and possess excellent communication, collaboration and organizational skills. Strong fiscal and schedule management abilities are required in addition to knowledge and comfort with local jurisdictions and an interest in high performance strategies and integrated design. Experience with Living Building Challenge is a plus. Revit experience is required as well as a degree in Architecture from an accredited program. LEED Accreditation and a Master’s degree is preferred, as well as Licensure or a path to Licensure.
Project Architect – Residential
If you have 8+ years of residential experience in high-rise (preferred) or mid-rise mixed-use projects and can work well in a collaborative atmosphere we want you to join our firm! We are looking for a detail oriented PA who can execute technical solutions, develops details and works collaboratively to enhance the conceptual design. Ideally, you are comfortable reading and interpreting code, have experience with exterior envelopes, coordinating structural and MEP systems, and are knowledgeable about Accessibility. Residential unit planning experience is a plus. You must be creative and service-oriented, have excellent team communication abilities, be obsessed about details and quality control and have superstar Revit skills. A strong organizational mindset and a sense of humor are also essential. A Bachelor’s degree in Architecture is required. LEED AP Accreditation is a plus.
How to apply: If you meet the requirements listed above, please send your cover letter (important!) and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don’t meet the requirements, please do not reply and check back for additional openings in the coming months.