WATERSHED, LLC: Job posting for Architect 1 and Architectural Intern Positions
Do you want your work to make a difference? WATERSHED creates beautiful spaces that reconnect people to the natural world. Our practice offers sustainable design, consulting, and planning services across a variety of scales and building types.
We are growing, and seek talented, passionate individuals to fill the positions of Architect 1 and Architectural Intern.
Watershed is located in the unique town of Fairhope Alabama, founded as a utopian colony by social reformers in 1906. Our office is a short walk from the eastern shore of Mobile Bay, in the heart of Fairhope’s historic central business district.
Visit our website to learn more and to apply. https://watershed.pro/careers
AdventHealth's Office of Design and Construction is interested in hiring several project managers! Prior experience in healthcare project management involving feasibility studies, all phases of design and also construction administration in complex, acute care settings is a must. These positions are responsible for the scope, schedule and budget for multiple projects and also lead the interaction with the design and construction teams through the duration of the project.
Our office leads master planning, feasibility studies, design and construction for all of AdventHealth in the Central Florida area. Our project managers are important partners with our hospital leaders as the future of AdventHealth takes shape. We'd love to have you join our team!
If a large number of applicants apply for the position there is a chance that the link may be turned off periodically. If the link takes you to the general AdventHealth job page instead of directly to the Project Manager job then please email your resume to Monica Soto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR for SEASIDE INSTITUTE
Seaside and the Seaside Institute
The visionary community of Seaside has been a living laboratory for human-scale design and sustainable building practices since its creation in the early 1980s. Using planning techniques for compact, mixed-use development now known as New Urbanism, Seaside sparked a revolution in the planning of neighborhoods, cities and regions.
Formed in 1983, Seaside Institute has been part of that revolution from the beginning, assembling creative, thoughtful people from different disciplines with the common objective of inspiring livable communities. While rooted in the very specific place of Seaside, the Institute looks broadly to apply its principles to three fundamental challenges facing contemporary communities: sustainability, connectivity and adaptability.
The job of executive director is an opportunity to help define the direction of the Institute and increase its visibility in the following target areas:
1. Innovation. The Institute brings together professionals and citizens in various disciplines on a regional or national level to discuss new approaches to such contemporary issues as transportation, affordable housing and healthy aging as well as issues uniquely impacting coastal communities like Seaside, including hurricane preparedness and recovery and rising sea levels. These efforts should continue and be expanded.
2. Local Outreach. In addition to Seaside’s permanent or part-time residents, many thousands of visitors pass through Seaside each year. These include people who stay in Seaside and others who come from nearby (including the communities of WaterColor, Rosemary Beach and Alys Beach that were inspired by the design of Seaside and share some of its DNA).
The Institute wishes to greatly expand programming for these groups, ranging from informal opportunities for visitors to learn about Seaside’s human-scale design to cultural and educational programming similar to the Aspen Institute.
3. Legacy and Academics. Institute programming (particularly the annual Seaside Prize Weekend) brings together architects, planners and developers, many of them with longstanding ties to Seaside and the Institute. The Institute has a close relationship with Notre Dame’s architectural school and serves as a learning experience for that and other academic institutions.
The Executive Director suggests and develops programming and messaging that will further the goals of the Institute, expand its scope and improve its visibility in the areas described above.
The Executive Director is responsible for managing the operation of the Institute, including staff and finances, and serves as a resource for the Board of Governors.
The ability to obtain financial support for the Institute, a tax-exempt nonprofit organization, is highly desirable. While the Institute may recruit additional support to assist with fund-raising, an ideal candidate would be successful in seeking donations and grants.
The Institute is looking for an individual who communicates well, is enthusiastic about the mission of the Institute and will take creative approaches to shaping and expanding its programming and messaging.
Candidates should have at least a bachelor’s degree, with an advanced degree being desirable, and at least five years’ relevant work experience. A background in urban planning or architecture is helpful.
While living in or near Seaside is not a requirement, the candidate must be able to be on-site for frequent events.
Salary is commensurate with skills and experience.
How to Apply
Candidates should send a cover letter and resume to SearchCommittee@SeasideInstitute.org. Any questions may be sent to the same address.
Pensacola architectural firm is looking for an architect or graduate architect with a strong work ethic, organizational skills and ability to multi-task on small commercial projects.
We are a small firm that represents a great opportunity for the right candidate looking for a growth opportunity or a new graduate seeking the right place to start their career.
Please send resume to Jared@tbsarch.com.