The AIA Virginia Job Board features job listings in the region.
To list a job opening at your firm, complete the form below.
Job postings for AIA Virginia members are free (30-day listing)
Job postings for non-AIA Virginia members are $149 (30-day listing)
Enhancements to job postings available to all:
$100 per posting for inclusion in one email newsletter blast and one post across all AIA Virginia social media platforms.
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Project and Administrative Coordinator
Hanbury | Richmond, VA
Hanbury is an Architectural, Planning and Interior Design Firm established in 1979. As Hanbury has evolved, we’ve concentrated our design focus on several areas that best serve this potential: higher education, science & technology, and civic/community — all with a commitment to the highest and best use of resources and a long-range view of environmental impact.
The firm has experienced sustained growth and is looking to hire a Project and Administrative Coordinator in our Richmond office, to complement our Operations team. This position is responsible for organizing and coordinating the development of construction documents and administrative task including but not limited to the following: Assist the project team in managing multiple projects from start-up to close out; Understand project manager expectations throughout each phase of the project; Create and track project submittal/approval information based on plans and specifications; Assist in the development and management of design and project documentation; Effectively communicate project progress to key stakeholders; Create and meet established goals and objectives for the design documentation process; Provide administrative support when needed which entails scheduling conference rooms; making coffee; receiving, opening, and routing incoming packages; opening, routing incoming mail; posting outgoing mail, etc.; Receive/announce/seat all visitors.; Coordinate with firm Administrative Manager in our Norfolk office to set up Lunch and Learns, firmwide meetings, office supplies orders, etc.; Type letters, transmittals, miscellaneous correspondence, and reports in Microsoft Word; Keeping all common areas neat and orderly. ; Coordinate and schedule interoffice meetings.
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA, FSA, 401(k), Vacation/Sick/Holiday and Parental Leave, HSA Employer Contribution, 401(k) Employer Match, Employee Stock Ownership Plan
For more details: https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Hanbury-1/jobs
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Sustainable Design Consulting, LLC | Richmond, VA
SDC has immediate need for a high-performing, team-oriented Project Consultant in our Richmond, Virginia office to grow with the company. This is a full-time position, minimum 30 hours per week. To apply, please see https://www.sustaindesign.net/about/careers/ and send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
The Project Consultant supports a team managing LEED / green building design, construction, operations and maintenance projects, and training initiatives in a fast-paced, specialized, and focused environment. Depending upon level, the Project Consultant may also serve in the capacity of ‘assistant project manager’ on one or more projects.
Candidates should have a Bachelors’ degree in and minimum four years’ experience in architecture, interior design, architectural engineering, facilities management, construction management, or other fields related to the building industry. Candidates must be knowledgeable in commercial green building principles and practices and have played a role in a minimum of two LEED projects. Candidates must be proficient in navigating architectural and engineering drawings and specifications and must have experience with LEED Online. The successful candidate will support multiple Project Managers managing numerous consulting projects and play a supporting role in the development of consulting tools, services, resources, and trainings. Candidates must demonstrate strong initiative, flexibility, communication, organizational and time management skills. LEED Green Associate credential required, and the successful candidate must demonstrate ability to achieve the LEED professional accreditation with Specialty within 6 months of the day of employment, if not already accredited.
Instructions on how to apply: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
MTFA Architecture | Arlington, VA
MTFA Architecture is a nationally recognized architecture, historic preservation, and architectural conservation firm located in Arlington Virginia, and Washington DC. We are dedicated to preserving and adapting historic buildings and sites nationwide. Preservation is what we do and what we have been doing for over 40 years. Our work so powerfully represents each client’s vision that it becomes a beacon that impacts and resonates throughout the community. We are a small firm, but we are stewards of big ideas. Resulting excellence is recognized by numerous design and community engagement awards. We take pride in bringing success to all those who work with us. By shaping the story of our employees and clients, we shape culture, commerce and communities. Our design process brings visions to life.
We are seeking two preservation architects, one with 3-5 years of experience and one with 5 to 12 years of experience in historic preservation, who are committed to transforming visions, enhancing potential, and exceeding expectations in the built environment. Projects may include historic restoration, rehabilitation, adaptive reuse, condition assessments, Historic Structures Reports, and new construction in historic contexts.
To join us as a preservation architect in our studio, you should have:
• A passion for design excellence and historic buildings
• Knowledge of the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties
• Undergraduate or graduate degree in architecture with a specialization in historic preservation
• Current architectural registration or working towards licensure
• Interest in the technical aspects of historic properties and buildings, including historic materials
• U.S. citizenship or permanent U.S. residency
• Flexibility and adaptability to work at different scales and multiple projects at once
MTFA is an equal opportunity employer.
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Multiple Positions Open
Glavé & Holmes Architecture | Richmond, VA
Established in 1965, Glavé & Holmes Architecture is a nationally recognized architecture, interior design and planning firm located in Richmond, Virginia. The firm’s regionally focused design practice has cultivated expertise in five specialty areas – Cultural, Higher Education, Hotel & Home, Interior Design, and Urban Architecture. Each area is supported by a studio structure, allowing the team to provide the expertise necessary for a diverse portfolio. The firm strives to create a context-specific design that fits seamlessly into the cultural and historical milieu of a given community while addressing the functional needs of the people who will interact with each space. Glavé & Holmes Architecture believes that great design is contextual, timeless, and has the capacity to engage the intellect and elevate the human spirit.
We are looking to fill several roles in our Architectural and Interior Design studios.
We are seeking:
Experienced Project Managers
Sr. Interior Designers
The full job descriptions and instructions to apply can be accessed on our website (www.glaveandholmes.com).