Bozeman, MT, USLocation:
Mon, Nov 27 '17Posted on:

For an Architect In Training, this is a dream job: a contemporary art museum, music & event venues, award winning hotels, and inspirational mountain homes. Our work incorporates a multi-dimensional development team which is comprised of locally sourced artisans and makers to create an authentic yet contemporary identity.

Our new team member will:

  • Influence and contribute to the firms’ high-design ethos and commitment to ecologically sustainable design.
  • Engage in complete cycle of a project – including programming client needs, conceptual and schematic design, design development, construction documents, and management of budgets and schedules.
  • Provide project team coordination for finish plans, specifications, and material selections required for construction.
  • Assist in managing productive client, consultant, and fabricator relationships to meet overall project objectives.

By becoming a THINKTANK DESIGN GROUP architect-in-training, you will have the opportunity to collaborate in a team that is influencing innovative architecture and authentic design. Your work will help shape the future landscape of a growing community.

THINKTANK DESIGN GROUP is a licensed AIA architecture firm located in downtown Bozeman, Montana which is loaded with outdoor activities and is consistently named as one of the best places to live, work and raise a family. Our work culture is a flexible, team-based one that encourages collaborative solution based thinking. However, thoughtful independent actions are a necessity to be successful in our focused and creative work environment.


  • Master's degree in Architecture.
  • 2-4 years of related experience as an Architectural Designer with focus on commercial and residential projects.
  • Revit experience required.
  • Knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, SketchUp and 3-D Studio Max preferred.
  • Outstanding graphic presentation skills.
  • Knowledge of the design process, including FF&E, furniture systems and specifications, color and materials.
  • Knowledgeable in LEED process.
  • Flexibility to focus on a single client with a variety of project types or multiple, concurrent projects in various stages of development.
  • Ability to communicate design ideas and direction quickly.
  • Strong leadership, organizational, communication and relationship management skills.

Compensation based on experience and skills of each candidate. Benefits include paid time off, health insurance, and discretionary bonuses.

How to Apply Submit cover letter, resume and portfolio samples, with indication of your role on the projects. Please no hard copies, drop-ins or telephone calls. Resumes submitted without work samples will not be considered.

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