Senior Project Architect


Firm Name: 
Sensory Interactive
URL: 
www.sensoryinteractive.net

 

Sensory Interactive’s architects, designers, and project managers are combining technology and architecture to develop a new generation of dynamic and engaging places. We’re using our understanding of space, materials, and construction methods in new and totally innovative ways, creating immersive environments that emphasize communication, interaction, and community building.

The Sensory Interactive team works around the world on high-profile projects that include digital urban experiences, interactive educational exhibits, sports arena display programs, and Times Square LED spectaculars.

In addition to architecture, members of our diverse team have backgrounds in real estate, construction, content development, technology, and media sales. We're united in our desire to break down the barriers between disciplines and collaborate on work that exceeds our clients' expectations. We're also having fun doing it, with a company culture that supports a healthy work-life balance and offers some of the best benefits in the industry.

The Austin Studio:

The Project Architect Coordination Leader works with the design and strategy team in our Austin studio, a bright, modern space in a renovated warehouse building in the heart of historic east Austin. The office is surrounded by some of the city’s best dining and entertainment options and is just blocks away from the Plaza Saltillo Metrorail Station. Members of the design and strategy team also travel regularly to project locations across the country and to Sensory Interactive offices in New York, Boston, and Washington, DC.

The Position:

As a Senior Project Architect, you will play a key role in the coordination and execution of Sensory Interactive projects. Using strong analytical and problem-solving skills, you will be working at the leading edge of the industry, finding new ways to effectively integrate digital and interactive media into the built environment and developing detailed plans for the implementation of these projects.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree, with a minimum of eight years of experience in an architectural practice. Licensure preferred but not required.
  • Experience in all phases of design documentation and construction administration. Experience in both interior and exterior practice areas a plus.
  • Five years of experience developing details and providing planning and design support in the preparation of design documents.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively, and to execute on multiple simultaneous projects.
  • Familiarity with Mac OS, 3D modeling, Adobe Creative Suite, and MS Office software applications. Salesforce knowledge a plus.
  • Ability to travel and maintain a flexible schedule.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical leadership and documentation coordination including the development of design drawings and technical documentation, as well as leading project team assignments.
  • Lead production of schematic design, design development, and RFP exhibit documentation; make decisions and negotiate critical issues in collaboration with the Project Manager.
  • Perform construction administration duties (e.g., RFIs, RFPs, change orders, etc.)
  • Execute applicable agency review analysis (accessibility, zoning, life-safety, etc.)
  • Establish budget, task schedule, and other components of the work plan with the Project Manager.
  • Maintain contact with clients, consultants, and contractors.
  • Participate in marketing efforts and possibly lead presentations to prospective clients.
  • Direct, organize and mentor junior staff with responsibility for oversight.

Benefits:

  • Medical/health plan reimbursement
  • 401K profit-sharing plan
  • Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) and Holidays
  • Employee cell phone plan reimbursement
  • Employee referral bonuses
  • Wellness incentives
  • Continuing education

Please send resumes and inquiries to careers@sensoryinteractive.net and learn more about our company by visiting our website www.sensoryinteractive.net.