Senior Designer - Residential

Withee Malcolm Architects Withee Malcolm Architects Employer:
Los Angeles, CA, USLocation:
Tue, Jun 10 '14Posted on:


Senior Designer - Residential                                                                             


Withee Malcolm is an award-winning Architecture and Planning firm located in the South Bay of Los Angeles.  We specialize in the design of distinctive high density multi-family urban infill projects that include mixed-use, TOD, commercial, senior and affordable housing.  We are looking for a talented, licensed, design leader who is highly qualified in residential multi-family/mixed-use design, desires professional growth, and has the following qualifications:


  1. Accredited Architectural degree (U.S.A.)
  2. Licensed Architect in the State of California
  3. Minimum eight years of experience in designing Type 5 and Type 3 multi-family projects
  4. Superior graphic presentation skills in both 2D and 3D including hand sketching, Photoshop, Sketch-up, Revit, V-Ray or equivalent.  Proficiency in AutoCAD is mandatory
  5. Ability to lead presentations with superior communication skills
  6. Ability to work collaboratively within a team structure to achieve desired outcome


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  1.  Help shape the firm’s design direction of projects with a high level of design creativity within the parameters of structure and building requirements
  2. Provide conceptual and design leadership and participate in establishing design goals and presentations for the projects
  3. Perform leadership roles on major projects of complex concepts, standards, building codes, and building systems with a proven ability to monitor project tasks and quality of presentation drawings


For consideration, please email resumes and examples of current work with the subject line Senior Designer to:


We will only contact applicants that we consider to meet or exceed the above qualifications.



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