Project Captain / Architect


JFF Design Architects

Posted On: 2/4/2013


JFF Design, Architects in Waltham is seeking an individual that has a minimum of five years project training and capable of performing a Job Captain role. The candidate needs to enjoy working in a small office and willing to work on a myriad of projects from high end residential to small commercial projects.

JFF Design Architects & Planners is a small published architecture design firm located in Waltham, MA and dedicated to providing excellent design and superior service for our high end residential and commercial clients.

No agencies and no phone calls, please. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume, with salary requirements to the attention of Joe Fournier


If you feel you are qualified and are interested; please forward your resume and samples of work for consideration.

Thank you in advance!
Joe Fournier


We seek a Job Captain with residential and commercial experience. Qualifications of the successful candidate will include:

o Professional degree in architecture
o Minimum 5 years of design office experience in residential & commercial projects and capable to work the entire project through working drawings.
o Advanced Revit skills including family creation minimum of 3 years’ experience
o Production experience with ADT 2010 minimum to current 2013
o Production experience with Sketchup photorealistic renderings

Candidates must possess excellent design, communication and organizational skills and be able to work closely with clients, conduct site surveys, prepare design development and construction document packages, coordinate with consultants, contractors and vendors and perform construction phase services


Commensurate with experience!


Contact Information

Joseph F Fournier Jr Email: Email only please!
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