Project Architect

McGranahan Architects is looking for three experienced Project Architects to participate in leading the way in the design of exemplary learning environments. We’re looking for a leader who can knowledgeably, humbly and effectively work with project teams to accomplish beautiful and exemplary work within a rigorous and cooperative environment. We are looking for someone who is actively immersed in the pursuit of understanding and creating meaningful architecture. Someone who is engaged, engaging and articulate about the power of architecture and learning.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Architecture from an accredited University
  • Current registration as a State Licensed Architect
  • Minimum 5-10 years of professional experience in architecture
  • Educational experience preferred
  • Proficiency in Revit
  • Must have strong communication skills to interact directly with clients and perform presentations.

McGranahan Architects is a 54-person firm celebrating 50 years of practice in the Pacific Northwest. We are dedicated to the creation of exceptional environments for learning rooted in our belief that education transforms individual lives and society.

We offer an excellent benefit packages including a year-end profit sharing program, vacation, sick leave, health/dental/vision coverage, 401 (k) match, and a professional development program. Salary will be based on overall candidate qualifications and experience.

Our office exemplifies a practice that is exceptionally creative, collaborative, challenging and fulfilling. McGranahan Architects is an equal opportunity employer and supports talent from diverse backgrounds that bring experiences, viewpoints and solutions that best serve our clients, community and enrich our work environment. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and active duty wartime, campaign badge veterans or Armed Forces service medal veterans are encouraged to apply. EOE/M/F/V/D

Please email your resume to or apply below.

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May 18, 2018