Licensed Architect - Advisor for Educational Animations

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Wed, Aug 1 '18Posted on:

Want to help make the world a safer, more sustainable and more creative place? It may sound like a lofty goal, but that’s exactly what we’re doing at Black Spectacles. Our platform attracts architects around the world who want to push the limits of their industry. Our content — which includes podcasts, design tutorials and exam prep — helps architects keep pace with emerging technologies and software so they can do their best work.

Black Spectacles is a young, fast-growing company. Our business has grown every single year since we launched our first online course in 2012. To keep that momentum going strong, we’re expanding our team of enthusiastic go-getters. We’re on the hunt for a part-time Licensed Architect who is eager to expand their career while helping us expand our content.

You will be advising our video motion graphics team by reviewing educational videos to ensure architectural ideas are conveyed clearly in 2d and 3d animations. You will contribute expert advice and sketches about what we should model or draw to clearly explain various architectural ideas covered in ARE 5.0.

You are a licensed architect with at least 10 years of experience. You have taken at least 3 commercial architecture projects from start to finish during your career, and have developed the drawings and details, reviewed the RFIs and Submittals, and have been in the field working with contractors to see the projects to completion. Knowledge about contracts and managing projects and teams is a plus.

You are an exceptional communicator who enjoys collaboration with the team. You have a passion for architecture and helping others learn. You’ll be working with a motion graphics team working on a tight schedule. You will work with them to find the 3d or 2d motion graphic opportunities that are essential to explaining an idea clearly.

Must be available to meet with our team (in person or via video conference) for roughly 5 hours a week.



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