Project Architect VI

Yost Grube Hall Architecture Yost Grube Hall Architecture Employer:
Portland, OR, USLocation:
Mon, Jan 9 '17Posted on:

Yost Grube Hall Architecture is a growing design firm seeking energetic, self-motivated, creative people looking to work in an open, team-based environment.  The Project Architect VI acts independently regarding architectural methods and complexities, requires the use of advanced techniques and modification/extension of theories, precepts and practices of the individual’s field.  The qualified candidate will plan and develop architectural projects concerning unique and/or controversial complexities which significantly impact major company programs.

Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating assignments.
  • Revise documents per comments provided by Architect V.
  • Perform architectural work with responsibility for independent action and decision.
  • Involve exploration of subject area, definition of scope, selection of items for investigation, and development of novel concepts and methods.
  • Independently solve problems encountered.
  • Assist Project Manager to develop schedule and manpower budget.
  • Provide team leadership through planning, schematic design, design development and construction documents.
  • Provide Construction Administration and project closeout.
  • Attend client meetings and facilitate consultant coordination meetings.
  • Select and determine procedures in architectural matters.
  • Write reports and specifications.
  • Review completed reports, plans, estimates, and calculations.
  • Prepare and/or supervise preparation of architectural plans and renderings, consult manufacturers, evaluate and select materials and inspect architectural features of structures in the field.
  • Receive technical guidance on unusual or complex issues and supervisory approval on proposed project plans.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • The Project Architect will be responsible to lead a team of various people in all phases of project development.


  • A graduate of an accredited Master or Bachelor of Architecture degree program.

  • 12-16 years of experience in an architectural firm.

  • 5-8 years as a licensed architect.

  • LEED AP beneficial.

  • Revit, Microsoft Office, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and SketchUp experience preferred.

  • Technical experience in development and detailing of higher education facilities and Occupancy Groups A, B, E and M.

  • Technical understanding of building systems in Type I, Type II and Type III construction.

  • Ability to travel internationally up to 10% beneficial.

  • Bilingual beneficial.

  • Excellent organizational, time management and interpersonal skills are required.

  • Must have excellent writing and communication skills.

    Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Employment will be contingent on successful completion of a comprehensive background screening and E-Verify.

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