Animal Arts is a design firm, originally founded in 1979, that specializes in designing animal care facilities all across the U.S. and even internationally. We are seeking a highly motivated Job Captain / Jr. Project Manager to join our team in order to help manage the design and production of various animal-related facilities. Qualified candidates should have experience in all phases of the design process, particularly in producing CD sets, construction administration and detailing. We offer a fun, team-based environment, a great benefits package, and a newly expanded office located right at the base of the foothills in North Boulder.
Professional degree from an accredited architecture program
3-7 years of professional work experience in an architecture firm
Excellent working knowledge in Revit is a MUST!
Strong creative and technical skills
Strong communication skills, both written & verbal
Able to meet challenging deadlines while producing a quality product
Enthusiasm & willingness to learn & collaborate with other team members
In addition to the above requirements, preferred qualifications include:
Proficiency with AutoCAD
Experience with 3D modeling/rendering and the Adobe Design Suite
Good design and presentation skills (hand or computer-generated)
A good fit with our existing staff and company culture
A passion for animals and their welfare, and what the built environment can do to help both humans and animals
Animal Arts is a design firm specializing in animal care facilities across the US. Our unique expertise in the realm of animal care facility design spans the veterinary and animal sheltering worlds, assistance dog care and training facilities, and animal boarding facilities. We design small general practice veterinary hospitals, expansive specialty emergency practices, and equine and large animal ...hospitals. Our work with animal sheltering organizations begins with needs assessments for small, local nonprofit organizations and continues up to large-scale shelter design for nationally recognized nonprofits and municipalities. Check out our work at www.animalarts.com.