Humphreys & Partners Architects


Carol Johnson

5339 Alpha Rd
Dallas, TX 75240

Phone 9727019636

Job Post Date: March 5, 2018

Project Architect (Licensed) – Dallas

Humphreys and Partners Architects, L.P. (HPA) is an Architectural and Urban Design, Master Planning and Land Planning firm engaged in the design of high-rise, mid-rise, mixed-use, luxury, senior, affordable and student housing in markets across the country and internationally. We have a reputation for excellent design combined with a high level of technical expertise, as well as a reputation for exemplary customer service. HPA is headquartered in Dallas, TX with regional offices in Newport Beach, New Orleans, Orlando as well as Edmonton and Toronto in Canada.

Job Description:

We are looking for a Project Architect with experience in producing architectural drawings focusing on multifamily residential and mixed-use projects. The Project Architect will manage the day to day production of multiple projects and team operations.

Candidates must have excellent graphic, written and verbal communication skills and possess a strong desire to excel and lead in a fast paced, challenging and client-focused environment. This is an excellent opportunity for professional growth and career advancement within an award winning architectural firm.


Job Responsibilities:

• Document code review and compliance
• Communicate and coordinate with management, clients, consultants and contractors related to daily business operations
• Ensure accurate preparation of project construction documents and communication with and coordination of the preparation of documents with consultants, contractors and team members
• Visits with city officials and clients as necessary
• Review shop drawings, project submittals, etc. for document compliance
• Ability to work well under pressure, juggle and prioritize multiple projects and adjust work accordingly, often against tight deadlines


Basic Qualifications:

• Bachelor or Master’s degree in Architecture or in a related field (construction or engineering)
• 5+ years of professional experience in multi-family, senior living or similar architectural projects required
• Must have professional architectural license
• Proven proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, PowerPoint and other software programs
• Ability to use AutoCAD, Photoshop, SketchUp or other 3D Modeling
• Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively in a team environment
• Excellent clear and concise written and verbal communication
• Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to interact with senior management, external client organizations and vendors
• Ability to follow-up in a timely manner
• Positive attitude and driven to succeed

Preferred Qualifications:

• NCARB certification would be a plus


*For consideration, please submit your portfolio and/or work samples in PDF format!

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