Opportunities

Architecture

Design Team Member

Snow Kreilich Architects – Minneapolis, MN

SUMMARY

Snow Kreilich Architects is seeking a full-time Design Team Member. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual who can work independently in a collaborative environment and grow with our studio.

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with project leaders and team members to prepare and develop design studies and concepts, presentation materials, construction documents, and assist in construction administration
  • Provide support for any task required for the successful execution of project design and delivery
  • Participate in activities that strengthen our culture, expertise, and holistic approach to design excellence

Qualifications

 

  • An accredited professional architecture degree
  • 5-10 years of experience in an architecture firm
  • Strong verbal, written, graphic communication skills with the ability to describe and implement design principles
  • Proficiency in Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, MS Office applications (Enscape, Rhino, and/or Grasshopper preferred)
  • LEED accreditation or other green building experience/wellness certification is preferred
  • Demonstrated understanding of multiple project delivery methods, construction contract administration protocols and construction specifications development

Architect

PlanForce – Minneapolis, MN

SUMMARY

Full Architect Job Description

At PlanForce, we believe in the Power of Design to help people and businesses thrive. Our focus is on commercial business spaces: the offices, stores, restaurants, and factories where people plan, manufacture, sell, and use the stuff of life. And while our work intends to benefit our community through successful business, our focus remains on the people that use these places. We firmly believe that when people thrive, business success and a healthy community will follow.

Responsibilities:
– Create and develop overall design concepts and formulate design presentation strategies with
an awareness of current trends, client needs and aspirations.
– Continually improve the quality of our work, the way we deliver it and the process we employ to
complete it.
– Work closely with architects, interior designers, and technical designers across the firm to
promote a cross-functional design approach and facilitate its advancement.
– Work toward success in building, maintaining and growing client and strategic partner
relationships.
– Develop collaborative relationships across the firm.
– Exercise broad knowledge of the project process including fee and team
management, schedules, and budgets.
– Exhibit exceptional self-motivation, customer service orientation, communication, writing and
presentation skills.
– Provide excellent time management and organization skills with the ability to become involved
in and remain current on issues relating to several concurrent projects in various stages.

Qualifications:

– Master’s Degree in Architecture from an accredited college or university.
– Professional registered architect. NCARB registration a plus.
– Related experience, with a strong background in commercial office, industrial, retail, adaptive
reuse, multi-unit housing, medical office.
– Competent computer skills, including Autodesk, Revit, Bluebeam, and rendering and 3D
software.
– High performer who is energetic, enthusiastic, committed, and entrepreneurial.
– Strong conceptual thinker with the ability to create form in interiors and architecture, and
embrace sound business strategy as applied to effective projects.
– Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
– LEED and/or WELL accreditation is highly valued.

Housing Studio Architect

LHB – Minneapolis, MN & Duluth, MN

SUMMARY

Reach out to LHB directly for more information.

Research Intern

LHB – Minneapolis, MN & Duluth, MN

SUMMARY

Reach out to LHB directly for more information.

Architectural Designer

Station 19 Architects, Inc. – Minneapolis, MN

SUMMARY

Have an eye for design? Are you a team player? Passionate about seeing nonprofit ministries grow? Want to work in a collaborative, supportive environment daily? Looking to make a difference with the architectural work that you do? As a vital part of the Station 19 Architects team, you’ll do all of this while continuing to grow and be challenged in your career as you collaborate on projects through all phases of design. Located in Minneapolis, MN we have 40+ years of experience as ministry specialists that strategically and effectively multiply God’s kingdom by partnering with nonprofit ministries to help them envision and realize their facility’s potential.

Office Engagement Manager

Station 19 Architects, Inc. – Minneapolis, MN

SUMMARY

The position of the Office Engagement Manager is to bring administrative excellence and to engage the office through his/her style, effort and focus! We are looking for someone to support in growing our business with a passion for marketing & communications support and to facilitate relationships between employees and partners of the company, and clients and vendors. We are looking for a person who can create energy and who is detailed to ensure that the organizational and business administration policies are being carried out for the company. This person is responsible and must be service oriented as demonstrated by spreading kindness and actively looking for ways to support coworkers
and have a willingness to be a team player and do “whatever it takes” to get the job done. The Office Engagement Officer is the support system to all the Architects, Interior Designers and Designers in the firm. This is a full-time position (40 hours / week).

Associate Director of Senior Living

Ryan – Minneapolis, MN

SUMMARY

Ryan is hiring for an Associate Director of Architecture- Senior Living in Minneapolis, MN! This position requires an organized, innovative, collaborative and forward-thinking individual who aims for the highest standards of excellence in senior living design. This is a dynamic role that involves working with the Director to set the direction for and provide thought leadership to Ryan A+E and the Senior Living sector. This includes facilitating projects nationally, collaborating with the A+E Sector Leaders, Development and Construction. 

This role will support all senior living customers based in the Central region. That includes the Minneapolis, Austin, and Dallas development teams, current and future operating partners based in the Central region, and third-party design or design-build work for customers based in the Central region. Note that this role will follow those customers on every project, even if projects are not located in the Central region.

Architect – Industrial

Ryan – Minneapolis, MN

SUMMARY

Ryan Companies is looking for an organized, innovative, collaborative and forward-thinking Industrial Architect. The ideal candidate will be able to problem solve and design both as part of a collaborative team and perform work independently. Candidates with approximately 8 years of experience are most likely to be successful, however those with unique career experience or display clear potential for the role will be considered. Ryan Companies uses a unique integrated delivery process that involves architecture, engineering, construction, development, real estate management and capital markets. Ryan’s integrated process requires an individual to be able to work in a proactive and positive manner in tandem with local teams and cross regionally within a national design practice.

Emerging City Champions Fellowship

880 Cities

SUMMARY

Applicants may be activists, educators, tactical urbanists, designers, artists, entrepreneurs, and more. The program seeks diverse voices with fresh perspectives, talent, and a commitment to building vibrant neighborhoods and cities.

  • You must be a U.S. resident, aged 19-35;
  • You must propose a community project that activates public spaces, enhances mobility options, and/or builds a culture of civic engagement;
  • Your project must take place in one of the 26 communities where Knight Foundation invests (priority will be given to projects that also address one or more of Knight Foundation’s goals in that community);
  • You must be available to participate in an online Virtual Learning Lab on August 22 and 29, 2020, and you must be able to travel to Toronto from October 23 to 27, 2020 for the Emerging City Champions Studio in Toronto, Canada.
  • Your applications must include a multimedia submission that describes the project (blog post, video, slideshow, poster, etc.)

NOMA Foundation Fellowship

NOMA

SUMMARY

Applications are due March 28, 2021

In partnership with the AIA Large Firm Roundtable (LFRT), NOMA created a fellowship program to help increase the number of minority architects throughout the U.S. Following the success of the inaugural NOMA Foundation Fellowship (NFF), we are pleased to announce the launch of the Summer 2021 Cohort of the NOMA Foundation Fellowship!

Applicants must be (a) currently enrolled in their final 2 years of a 4-year undergraduate program, (b) currently enrolled in their final 3 years of 5-year undergraduate program, or (c) currently enrolled as a graduate student in an M.Arch program. Students graduating at the end of the Spring 2021 semester are encouraged to apply. Students from both NAAB-accredited and non-accredited programs may apply. Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States for the entire program. Students from the 7 NAAB Historically Black Colleges and Universities are highly encouraged to participate. All applicants must be current paid members of NOMA as of April 1, 2020; non-members will not be considered. 

    BOLD – Building Outstanding
    Leaders in Design

    IIDA Northland

    SUMMARY

    Building Outstanding Leaders in Design by people of color for people of color matters. A mentorship program that addresses these nuances and shared experiences of the BIPOC design community. By creating strong leaders of color within the architecture and design industry will change the trajectory of the profession.

    Professional mentorship program for Interior Designers, Architects, Engineers or other professionals in the commercial and design industry.  Applicants must be IIDA or NOMA members

    >  1 Year Commitment
    >  Mentorship Pairs based on goals not age or design experience
    >  Bi-Monthly Learning Modules

    • Month one meeting – learning/ presentation
    • Month two full group meeting – share what was learned how we saw these show up in our day to day.
    • Throughout the two months mentorship pairs to meet individually and learn/ connect grow together.

    50×50 Challenge

    Black Spectacles and NOMA

    SUMMARY

    Licensure candidates who have paid 2021 dues will have the opportunity to access the ARE 5.0 Prep Expert package at a deeply discounted rate.

    • Only 50 seats per month available, first come, first served.
    • Candidates who are existing Black Spectacles users will be able to continue tracking their progress with the use of their current log in.

      Construction

      Entry-Level Mechanical Engineer

      LHB – Minneapolis, MN & Duluth, MN

      SUMMARY

      LHB has an opportunity for an Entry-Level Mechanical Engineer to join our Pipeline/Industrial Team in our Duluth or Minneapolis, Minnesota offices!

      The responsibilities for this position will include but are not limited to:

      • Providing mechanical engineering design & drafting/modeling for a variety of Piping Systems Design projects.
      • Assist with project engineers/managers as directed
      • Work closely with clients to meet & exceed their objectives.
      • Performing field verifications, Identifying & organizing acquired field data
      • Ensuring LHB QA/QC processes are followed
      • Design calculations & equipment selection
      • Professional growth into a licensed engineer

      Structural Engineer

      LHB – Minneapolis, MN & Duluth, MN

      SUMMARY

      LHB is looking for a highly motivated Structural Engineer to join our team in our Duluth or Minneapolis, MN offices!

      The responsibilities for this position will include but are not limited to:

      • Provide structural engineering design and drafting/modeling for a variety of projects
      • Assist with project engineers/managers as directed
      • Work closely with clients to meet and exceed their objectives
      • Assist in project coordination with architects, contractors, engineers and building departments
      • Construction administration and oversight of field inspection tasks
      • Assist with construction administration support, including field observations

      Survey Crew Chief

      LHB – Minneapolis, MN & Duluth, MN

      SUMMARY

      LHB has a great opportunity for a Crew Chief to join our Survey Team. The ideal candidate would enjoy traveling throughout the Midwest and enjoy working outdoors in both construction and forest settings. This person will perform field layouts for all assigned sites and review client and government records. Additionally, the Crew Chief may need to plan, and schedule survey teams work to meet client project needs and deadlines. To be successful in this role, strong communication is important. You will be interacting with LHB staff, clients, contractors, government officials and general public. Being concise and clear is imperative, both written and orally.

      The responsibilities for this position will include but are not limited to:

      • Performs utility locates & 4-way sweeps
      • Perform calculations required for construction, boundary and topographic surveys
      • Train and evaluate team members performance in the field
      • Assist with ensuring that surveys are in compliance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations

      Survey Technician

      LHB – Minneapolis, MN & Duluth, MN

      SUMMARY

      LHB Technical Staffing has a great opportunity for a Survey Technician to join our team!

      The ideal candidate would enjoy traveling throughout the Midwest and enjoy working outdoors in both construction and forest settings.

      The responsibilities for this position will include but are not limited to:

      • Assist crew chief with day to day activities
      • Field markings
      • Help maintain accurate records for record keeping

      Volunteering

      Say It Loud – Call for Content

      Beyond the Built Environment

      SUMMARY

      Submission Deadline: February 28, 2021 11:59pm

      SAY IT LOUD exhibition has been invited to feature Diverse Designers of Minnesota by the University of Minnesota, AIA MN, and MSP NOMA at the Goldstein Museum of Design. In line with our mission to elevate the contributions of women and BIPOC designers, architect, engineers and planners, we are inviting you to submit.

      To date, our SAY IT LOUD exhibitions have been viewed by an estimate total 35,000 visitors since January 2017. From inception, multiple online publications (such as Forbes, Curbed and The Architects Newspaper) with large subscription bases have helped promote the exhibitions further expanding its impact. One featured firm expressed an increase in business which they attributed to being featured in SAY IT LOUD.

       

      Young Builders and Designers Volunteers

      Young Builders and Designers

      SUMMARY

      This organization has leveraged one of our Design Products to focus on the Young People of the Twin Cities who have experienced RIOTS. We have been involved in Minneapolis and St. Paul for many years. The product is a design kit that includes 10 projects for kids of all school ages. One project is developed specifically focused on the impact of the RIOTS in their community and they will be able to participate in a challenge where they will be able to win prizes including some amazing LEGO(R) Sets and other design toys and art supplies. We are looking for volunteers to help us finish packing the supplies and distribute the kits to kids in Minneapolis and St. Paul. This is taking place over the next week. If you would be interested in helping with volunteering, please contact Brian Kelley at 612-834-5219.

      Emerging City Champions Fellowship

      880 Cities

      SUMMARY

      Applicants may be activists, educators, tactical urbanists, designers, artists, entrepreneurs, and more. The program seeks diverse voices with fresh perspectives, talent, and a commitment to building vibrant neighborhoods and cities.

      • You must be a U.S. resident, aged 19-35;
      • You must propose a community project that activates public spaces, enhances mobility options, and/or builds a culture of civic engagement;
      • Your project must take place in one of the 26 communities where Knight Foundation invests (priority will be given to projects that also address one or more of Knight Foundation’s goals in that community);
      • You must be available to participate in an online Virtual Learning Lab on August 22 and 29, 2020, and you must be able to travel to Toronto from October 23 to 27, 2020 for the Emerging City Champions Studio in Toronto, Canada.
      • Your applications must include a multimedia submission that describes the project (blog post, video, slideshow, poster, etc.)

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