Intermediate Architect

Stephen Moser Architect Stephen Moser Architect Employer:
New York, NY, USLocation:
Thu, May 9 '19Posted on:

Stephen Moser Architect is currently seeking an intermediate architect who is a talented and motivated designer with five years of professional experience. Candidates should be able to take a project from early design studies to construction documents, using Revit with ease and fluency, and work well with clients, consultants, and contractors. They should be excited about working with a growing firm, where they have the opportunity to contribute creatively, take on significant responsibilities, and work collaboratively.


  • Minimum five-years of professional experience.
  • A bachelor’s and/or master’s degree in architecture.
  • Software proficiency: Must have strong skills in Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino & Adobe Creative Suite. Knowledge of rendering programs, V-Ray, 3D Max, etc., is an asset.
  • Visual skills should include graphic (free-hand drawing) and physical modeling.
  • The ability to write clearly and communicate professionally with clients and consultants.
  • Knowledge of building codes, standards, and construction methodology.
  • Legal status to work in the US, including a working permit and/or visa.

Stephen Moser Architect, based in New York City, is a small and growing firm for architecture, design and planning that is gaining a reputation for its innovative residential work, civic-private work, and ideas-generating design competitions. We practice a thoughtful architecture that is responsive to place, sensitive to how people live and work, and values craftsmanship and cutting-edge technologies.

Please submit your cover letter, resume/cv, and work samples (both academic and professional) to: Please include “Intermediate Architect Candidate” in the email subject line. PDF attachments should be no larger than 8 MB. Applications without a cover letter will be discarded. No phone calls please.

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