You’re talented and have a strong desire to improve your craft and work with a group of individuals to achieve meaningful architecture that has a positive impact on the community and the environment.
Be a part of our passionate team that is creating a legacy of impactful architecture. Whether you’re a seasoned architect or a young designer, we have a studio that nurtures talent, grows expertise, and cultivates collaborative relationships. Architects Lewis + Whitlock has proven our ability to not only retain talent, but grow leaders that advance in the profession.
Our studio is only as good as our people, so our commitment to our employees is vital to the success of ALW. We offer an extensive collection of benefits, including:
Competitive Salary. We offer salaries that are competitive in the industry and our region. Employees are rewarded for their initiative and contributions to the firm.
Healthcare Insurance. Our insurance package includes medical, dental, and vision coverage.
401k. We offer a 401k company match.
Paid Time Off. Taking time off is essential for your personal well-being, as well as the health of our studio. We offer a generous amount of vacation and sick days to help you recharge.
Registration Testing. Simply put, if you pass an ARE test, we pay for it.
Other Company Perks. We keep a fridge stocked full of drinks, regularly enjoy company parties on the lawn, volunteer together in the community, get together for knowledge-building seminars, and encourage staff involvement in public leadership organizations.
If you’re interested in one of the listed positions, please apply. If no positions are listed, apply anyway. We love meeting talented and passionate difference-makers.
Please send a digital copy of your resume and an expanded edition of your portfolio in .pdf or .jpg format by email to email@example.com.
We are seeking an Intern Architect with a passion for design and a positive, collaborative work style to become a part of our high-energy, Tallahassee studio. Responsibilities include providing conceptual design and design support documentation (conceptual physical and digital models, renderings, diagrams, technical drawings) as part of a team working on a variety of building projects and planning studies; supporting construction document teams; learning about construction practices on building sites; and support research.
Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications:
+ Self-motivation and a desire to learn about all aspects of architecture
+ Bachelor’s degree or higher in Architecture from an accredited university
+ Some professional experience preferred
+ Solid design and production skills
+ Good communication and interpersonal skills
+ Hand sketching abilities
+ Excellent computer skills, including: BIM (ArchiCAD preferred), rendering programs such as SketchUp, and programs used to prepare presentation documents such as PowerPoint, InDesign, Photoshop, etc.
To be considered for this position, please submit a resume and portfolio for review.