You’ve learned how to thrive in a professional environment. You’re passionate about design and are excited to learn more about the industry. You’re confident in your abilities and want the chance to prove yourself. At STG, we can make that happen. STG Design is looking for an Architectural Designer with two to five years’ experience to join our Houston office.
Why fit in when you were born to stand out?
We want people as remarkable as we are. Of course, STG’s technical architects must be detail oriented. You’ve got to understand how to keep your team on track, how to delegate tasks, and how to navigate the clients’ needs. But we’re also looking for people who are passionate about bringing out the best in a design, in finding the best way to tell the design’s story to the GC and make sure the built environment matches the design intent. We want people who attack each new challenge with the knowledge that last week’s answer doesn’t fit this week’s question. People who are always seeking to learn more and then apply what they’ve learned to make those around them better.
What’s in a day?
One of our favorite things about this profession is the variety. Our routine is that there is no routine. On any given day you may (among other things):
• Work with a PA to document design components and details
• Prepare project presentations for delivery to the client
• Take direction and learn on the job; our senior staff are excited to help you grow
• Provide input at a charrette to pressure test a potential design solution
• Participate in construction administration, helping keep the built product aligned with design intent
We know that developing expertise is important, but cross-training helps us grow, too. At STG, you’ll likely work on a variety of project types. We’ve had the chance to design a children’s museum, create Oracle’s office, reimagine a power plant, and change how Wilsonart recruits. We’ve learned that what we discover on one project type helps us innovate on another.
We’ve found successful STGers are competent in Revit, Adobe CC, Bluebeam are all musts. Sketchup, Lumion, Rhino, Dynamo would be great, too. What’s even better is if you can show us a tool we haven’t seen yet and teach us all how to be more efficient or effective.
If you’re excited, we’re excited! Please apply for the “Houston Architectural Designer” position. We’ll get in touch soon with next steps. Our process usually encompasses a couple rounds of interviews and an opportunity to chat informally with a group of potential peers.