Job Board

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at the AIA Virginia. We do not currently have any staff openings.

Below are openings at firms within the region. To list a job opening at your firm, send job title, location, a brief description and how to apply to ojennings@aiava.org. Job listings will run for 30 days and are free to AIA Virginia members.

 

Architect
Washington, D.C.

cox graae + spack architects is seeking a driven, dedicated and talented individual with design and technical skills and experience to work in a collaborative studio environment on an exciting and diverse portfolio of projects.

The successful candidate should be a graduate with an architecture degree (from an accredited US institution of higher learning) and have 5-10 years experience working in a US architect’s office. BIM experience is preferred though training can be provided. Experience with SketchUp is also preferred. The candidate will work in a highly collaborative environment where creativity combines with sound design principles and technical execution to create projects that meet both the vision AND the functional needs of our clients.

Current projects include campus master planning, a range of public and private K-12and Higher Education:  new and adaptive reuse, churches, park and recreation centers and libraries among others. Construction values range from several hundred thousand dollars to over one hundred million dollars.

This employment opportunity is a full time position (with benefits). A competitive salary commensurate with skill level and experience will be provided. To apply please email Bill Spack, Principal – bspack@cgsarchitects.com or Tom Wheeler, Principal – twheeler@cgsarchitects.com

posted 4/17/18

Capital Projects Manager
Botetourt County, Va.

Salary Range:  $51,024 – $75,492; starting salary up to $70,000, depending on qualifications.

This is a newly created, full-time position with an excellent benefits package, including state retirement through the Virginia Retirement System.

The selected candidate will have responsibility for performing varied professional assignments in the field of project management

Areas of Responsibility:

  • Managing complex construction and engineering projects to ensure timely, within budget, completion
  • Assisting with negotiation and procurement of real property and easements as directed
  • Understanding and complying with local, state and federal regulatory agencies’ requirements regarding plans, permitting and inspections
  • Providing on-site quality control and quality assurance inspections
  • Communicating project progress information via meetings and/or reports to all parties involved

Education and Experience:

  • Combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering or construction sciences
  • Minimum of five (5) year’s progressively responsible professional public facilities and infrastructure construction project management

Position Preferences:

  • Superintendent-level and craftsmanship experience
  • Registration as a Professional Engineer in Virginia
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification

Go to www.botetourtva.gov for application, complete job description and benefits summary.

Preference will be given to applications received by close of business, Friday, April 6, 2018.

Application, cover letter, and resume can be submitted to:

Botetourt County Human Resources
5 West Main St, Suite 200, Fincastle, VA 24090

or e-mail to jobs@botetourtva.gov (Reference Capital Projects Manager in the subject line)

posted 4/3/18

Project Manager
Norfolk, Va.

VIA design architects is currently seeking a Project Manager who will be charged with leading a team of staff to carry projects from schematics through construction administration.  The right candidate will have a proven track record of managing built work, and will possess the following:

  • Licensed Architect with 7-10 years of professional experience
  • Strong understanding of the architectural process, management of consultant teams, and experience with a variety of construction techniques
  • Well-liked and respected by peers and co-workers
  • Organized, detail oriented, reliable, and ethical
  • Fluency in current Revit and Adobe Creative Suite software

VIA design architects offers a competitive salary and package of traditional benefits as well as some non-traditional perks, such as core office hours and Take-Care-of-You time.

If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter, current resume, and portfolio to Andrew McKinley by email [amckinley@viadesignarchitects.com].

posted 4/3/18

Project Architect
Norfolk, Va.

VIA design architects is currently seeking a Project Architect who will be responsible for the facilitation of multiple projects and collaboration with a wide variety of team members.  This is an opportunity for involvement and overall professional growth in the full gamut of skillsets required by an architect: from client interactions, interview participation, and proposal development, to schematic design and presentations, through construction.  The right candidate will have a proven track record of managing built work, and will possess the following:

 

  • Licensed Architect with 5-7 years of professional experience
  • Strong understanding of the architectural process
  • Well-liked and respected by peers and co-workers
  • Clear presentation and graphic capabilities
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Fluency in current Revit and Adobe Creative Suite software

VIA design architects offers a competitive salary and package of traditional benefits as well as some non-traditional perks, such as core office hours and Take-Care-of-You time.

If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter, current resume, and portfolio to Andrew McKinley by email [amckinley@viadesignarchitects.com].

poster 4/3/18

 

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