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Paul Halajian Architects Paul Halajian Architects Employer:
Fresno, CA, USLocation:
Fri, Mar 23 '18Posted on:

Paul Halajian Architects (PHA) is seeking an entry level graduate who is interested in starting their career by experiencing the wide range of tasks and duties critical to building proficiency as an architect.  This includes programming, design ideation, meeting with clients, preparing construction documents, materials research and specification writing, job-site observation, and office clerical duties.

At PHA we work in an open studio environment, encouraging collaboration, exploration, and teamwork to develop the best design solutions for our clients.  You will get the opportunity to work with each member of our firm to be exposed to the wide range of skill-sets present on our team. You will be involved in design, creating presentation materials, including renderings and possibly VR, working on construction documents, and interacting with clients, consultants, and contractors during each project phase. PHA's projects include higher education, libraries, churches, multi-family, civic, government, and high-end residential.

We take intellectual growth, professional development, continuous learning, and community involvement seriously.  Our goal is to excite graduates about their future in Architecture, their community – and their future in our firm.   PHA is located in the Clovis/Fresno in the Central Valley of California.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including a 401-k plan.

Visit us at:  www.halajianarch.com

Below is a summary of minimum requirements for the position of Designer:

Minimum of a Bachelor Degree in Architecture from an accredited      program

Some work experience in an architecture firm

Familiarity with AutoCADD, Revit, and other graphics and modeling tools

Desire to actively pursue licensure

To apply:


 

Please send your cover letter, resume, and portfolio to Carolyn Halajian at carolynh@halajianarch.com.  


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