Bettisworth North Architects and Planners, Inc. seeks an Architectural Associate/Design Professional for our Fairbanks, Alaska office.
For those who are looking for relevance in their professional lives, for a firm that will provide an opportunity to be actively involved in community development, and for a place where your work makes a difference, our progressive firm seeks design professionals for long-term employment.
Individuals will actively participate in the firm’s collaborative design process, working actively with clients, staff, consultants, and community members in a number of diverse and exciting building and community development projects.
A competitive salary and full benefits are offered. Bettisworth North will assist the successful applicant with relocation costs.
2-5 years of work experience in the field of architecture.
The ability to read and understand architectural and engineering drawings, sketches and information, including the ability to communicate with others to clarify and coordinate project efforts.
The ability to produce architectural plan sets and details.
Proficiency in Autodesk Revit.
Beneficial applicant skills:
Experience or proficiency with additional design and graphic software to include Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, SketchUp and Autocad.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: To be negotiated
Internal Number: ANC
About Bettisworth North Architects & Planners Inc.
Bettisworth North is a team of Alaska community builders. The firm was founded by architect Charles Bettisworth in 1976, and over the ensuing years has provided award-winning professional architectural planning services to clients throughout Alaska. The firm is committed to a sustainable, comprehensive approach to design, with landscape architecture and interior design services in house.
We are passionate about design solutions that are appropriate and responsive to their unique environment. Whether providing appropriate plantings or the selection and use of materials, color and light play a significant role in our northern climate design solutions.