Architect I - Architect II

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At FGMA, we build communities and are dedicated to our internal community.

Joining the FGM Architects team isn’t just taking a job, it’s joining a community where we learn and grow together.

We teach, inspire, and serve one another every day.

FGMA is an employee-owned professional service firm with an emphasis on service. Our projects respond to the goals of our clients, the context of their sites, the environment that sustains them and the communities they serve. We practice architecture and interior design. Established in 1945, FGM Architects serves PK-12 Education, Higher Education, Faith-based, Municipal, Public Safety and Recreation, Federal and Corporate clients from our offices in Texas, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Virginia.

We welcome Architect I or Architect II candidates who are eager to take on the following responsibilities and possess the skills and credentials listed below:


  • Competent in all aspects of architecture while developing the design, implementing the building program, and preparing project documentation appropriate to each phase
  • Prepares presentation materials to communicate design ideas to the client
  • Researches manufacturers’ materials and systems
  • Understands the technical implications of design decisions and leads the development and documentation of practical, buildable details
  • Represents the firm well in project meetings and industry events and begins to build a professional network of clients, consultants, and peers


Skills and Credentials:

  • 3 – 10 years of relevant experience
  • Dynamic, creative, and detail-oriented
  • Well-organized and able to work collaboratively in a team environment
  • Strong communication and presentation skills and a solid conceptual design aptitude
  • Proficient in Revit with experience in both preliminary design and construction drawings documentation; knowledge of modeling and rendering in 3-D software (ie: Enscape, Lumion, FormIT)
  • Licensed to practice architecture
  • LEED accreditation preferred


FGM is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive

consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.