Project Architect/ Project Manager

Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects Employer:
New York, NY, USLocation:
Wed, Aug 7 '19Posted on:

Murphy Burnham & Buttrick is seeking a creative and well-organized architect to join our vibrant design practice based in New York City. Our award-winning practice centers on a collaborative studio environment prioritizing innovative and sustainable design. We have a diverse body of work comprising institutional, cultural, residential and educational projects across a range of scales and are committed to creating architecture that elevates the human experience. We have both breadth and depth of expertise in master planning, interior design, preservation, sustainable design and architectural design and emphasize a team structure that facilitates continued education and professional advancement.

We are looking for an architect with exceptional design skills and a minimum of ten years postgraduate experience. Applicants should have experience in putting together a complete set of construction documents, coordinating with consultant teams and managing a small team. BIM/Revit experience is a plus. We value team members with strong verbal and graphic communication skills, the enthusiasm and ideas to contribute to design dialogue, and the determination to continue to interrogate and improve on design. Our collaborative environment relies on individuals who work well with a team. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. Applicants must indicate on cover letter details relating to your work authorization status.


Please email a letter of interest, your resume and a pdf of work samples (maximum of eight pages) to Maricela Salas at

Please include your name in the subject line and samples that highlight your design abilities including academic and professional work. Salary will be commensurate with experience. We offer opportunities for advancement and a range of benefits.

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