Project Architect.

Project Architect

We are seeking a self-motivated, disciplined Architect I or II (min. 5-8 years) to join our team, with at least 3 years of experience designing and documenting multi-family buildings.

You provide:

  • Skilled preparation of presentation documents and concept diagramming.
  • High-quality design and construction documentation skills.
  • Experience with REVIT in an office setting.
  • Hands on experience in Construction Administration (any project type).
  • Ability to coordinate the work of the design team and consultants through the design phases.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • A passion for sustainable, mixed-use, and multi-family residential design.

We provide:

  • A creative work environment with exceptional colleagues.
  • Opportunity to work on inspiring projects that have a real impact on our urban environment.
  • A diversity of project scales, roles, and responsibilities.
  • Opportunity for accelerated career growth with exposure to design and project management responsibilities.

About the firm

Runberg Architecture Group is an award-winning, creative, and collaborative studio environment that focuses on innovative mixed-use development, including affordable housing, apartments, and senior housing across the western United States. The firm portfolio of work ranges from intimate structures to larger complex urban city blocks. We are committed to sustainable practice, social responsibility, and pride in our community.

The Runberg Team

We value great colleagues with whom we can collaborate to create innovative and beautiful housing for the urban environment.  Our firm has a horizontal structure which affords everyone an opportunity to contribute to the design process at all levels of experience. We avoid developing staff with limited skill sets; rather, we strive to be “well-rounded” architects – those passionate about design, with skills rooted in practical experience, who constantly strive for technical excellence. If you have the mindset that no task is too big or too small, and you have a strong desire to learn and excel in all aspects of architectural practice, our team would be a great fit for you!


Qualified candidates will have an accredited degree in architecture (B Arch or M Arch). Working knowledge of building codes, building systems, and materials and methods is required. In addition to Revit, we use the usual array of software programs to complete our work. Successful candidates will either hold or be working to attain professional architectural registration and LEED accreditation.


Benefits include: health insurance, fully-subsidized commuter passes (ORCA cards), generous PTO package, 401(k) enrollment and employer matching, profit sharing, and assistance with continuing education. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

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