We Are Hiring!
Carbon Architects is a contemporary architectural practice that takes a thoughtful and dynamic approach to projects. We are located in downtown Toronto on Spadina Avenue, between Old Chinatown and the Fashion District.
We are seeking an Intern Architect or Architectural Technologist with 2-5 years experience working in an architectural practice, to participate in a wide range of activities including collaborative team design work, preparation of architectural working drawings and construction details, project management and contract administration.
The candidate must have a high level of initiative and be sincere, conscientious and detail-oriented with a professional manner and excellent written and oral communication abilities. The candidate will also have sound time management skills and enjoy working on all aspects of architectural projects in a fast-paced but supportive small studio environment.
2-5 years varied experience in a professional architectural practice
Proficiency with AutoCAD 2D drafting and drawing organization
Proficiency with office productivity software
Strong written and oral communication skills
Intermediate level of familiarity with the Ontario Building Code
Intermediate level of knowledge of building science and construction detailing
Strong motivation for continuation of learning
How to apply:
Those interested may email a brief cover letter and CV / resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org, together with samples of your work as a PDF attachment or a link to a website. Other types of submissions will not be reviewed.
Telephone inquiries and drop in visits will NOT be accepted. We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Full-time position, however a probationary period of employment will apply.
Salary commensurate with experience.
References may be requested and contacted.
For non-employment-related inquiries, please contact us at:
Carbon Architects Incorporated
192 Spadina Avenue, Suite 108
tel: 416 927 0234
fax: bad for trees, so we don’t have one