Immediate Openings

INTERIOR DESIGNER – DALLAS

We are currently seeking an Interior Designer to join our Dallas team full-time. The successful candidate will be working with a team of architects on a variety of exciting high-profile public projects throughout the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area and possibly the Greater Chicago area.  These rewarding projects require someone who is comfortable working under tight production schedules and who has a high level of attention to quality, and design sensitivity.  We are seeking an experienced interior designer with strong proficiency in conceptual design, space planning, design development, material selection, and construction documentation.

We believe in a culture of empowerment, which requires that the ideal candidate be highly motivated, able to work independently on smaller-scale projects, and conversely with large teams on larger-scale projects.  The position may require working on multiple projects with overlapping deadlines. We offer a flexible working environment with remote working opportunities.

Typical duties and responsibilities may include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Collaborate with architects/architectural designers and planners on programming and space planning
  • Conduct site surveys, feasibility studies, concept design schematics and material/furniture systems research to ensure a satisfactory solution is delivered that meets quality parameters, project timelines and budgetary requirements
  • Collaborate with the team on programming and space planning
  • Prepare drawings, models and renderings, following office standards
  • Attend meetings to coordinate drawings and resources, determine project criteria and provide information
  • Prepare furniture procurement documents and manage the process of delivery of furniture, fixtures and equipment

Requirements:

  • Minimum one-year experience required, two to three years preferred
  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Interior Architecture, or Interior Design
  • Demonstrate an ability to coordinate with other team members and to collaborate with other professional disciplines
  • Proficient in Interior Design software skills (i.e. AutoCAD, Revit, Enscape,  Photoshop, InDesign Microsoft programs)
  • Familiarity with Mechanical, Electrical, and Structural permits and building codes
  • Ability to pull together comprehensive budgets and specifications as well as manage throughout the course of the project
  • Strong presentation, articulate communication and problem-solving skills
  • Strong sense of personal design and ability to adapt to client design needs and vision

ENTRY LEVEL TO MID-LEVEL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER – DALLAS

This is a full-time position for an entry-level to mid-level Intern Architect or Architect.  The successful candidate will be working on a variety of exciting high-profile public projects throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area and possibly the Greater Chicago  area.  These rewarding projects require someone who is comfortable working under tight production schedules and who has a high level of attention to quality, and design sensitivity.  We believe in a culture of empowerment, which requires that the ideal candidate be highly motivated, able to work independently on smaller-scale projects, and conversely with large teams on larger-scale projects.  The position may require working on multiple projects with overlapping deadlines. We offer a flexible working environment with remote working opportunities.

 

Requirements

  • Minimum one-year experience required, two to three years preferred
  • Graduate of accredited architecture school with a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture degree
  • Must have some previous work experience in an architectural office
  • Ideal candidate will have strong 3-D modeling/rendering
  • Strong Revit and Construction Document preparation skills.

SENIOR ARCHITECT – DALLAS

Minimum ten years’ experience required. Graduate of accredited architecture school with a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture degree with license.  Ideal candidate will have extensive construction document coordination experience and will have sound and diverse knowledge of architectural principles and practices in a broad array of assignments and related fields, acting independently regarding architectural methods and complexities.

 

Typical duties and responsibilities may include, but not limited to, the following:

 

  • Reviews, coordinates, and implements scope of services
  • Produces construction documents, primarily in AutoDesk Revit
  • Responsible for finished plans and specifications and review of materials and construction
  • Prepares and/or supervises code analysis
  • Prepares and/or supervises the production of specifications
  • Supervises junior architects, architectural designers, and interns
  • Plans work schedules and priorities for project activities
  • Coordinates directly with engineers and specialty consultants
  • Presents explanations and solutions for unforeseen occurrences throughout the project
  • Tracks project progress and implements work schedule

ENTRY LEVEL TO MID-LEVEL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER – CHICAGO

This is a full-time position for an entry-level to mid-level Intern Architect or Architect.  The successful candidate will be working on a variety of exciting high-profile public projects throughout the greater Greater Chicago  area and possibly the Dallas/Fort Worth area.  These rewarding projects require someone who is comfortable working under tight production schedules and who has a high level of attention to quality, and design sensitivity.  We believe in a culture of empowerment, which requires that the ideal candidate be highly motivated, able to work independently on smaller-scale projects, and conversely with large teams on larger-scale projects.  The position may require working on multiple projects with overlapping deadlines. We offer a flexible working environment with remote working opportunities.

 

Requirements

  • Minimum one-year experience required, two to three years preferred
  • Graduate of accredited architecture school with a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture degree
  • Must have some previous work experience in an architectural office
  • Ideal candidate will have strong 3-D modeling/rendering
  • Strong Revit and Construction Document preparation skills.

SENIOR ARCHITECT – CHICAGO

Minimum ten years’ experience required. Graduate of accredited architecture school with a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture degree with license.  Ideal candidate will have extensive construction document coordination experience and will have sound and diverse knowledge of architectural principles and practices in a broad array of assignments and related fields, acting independently regarding architectural methods and complexities.

 

Typical duties and responsibilities may include, but not limited to, the following:

 

  • Reviews, coordinates, and implements scope of services
  • Produces construction documents, primarily in AutoDesk Revit
  • Responsible for finished plans and specifications and review of materials and construction
  • Prepares and/or supervises code analysis
  • Prepares and/or supervises the production of specifications
  • Supervises junior architects, architectural designers, and interns
  • Plans work schedules and priorities for project activities
  • Coordinates directly with engineers and specialty consultants
  • Presents explanations and solutions for unforeseen occurrences throughout the project
  • Tracks project progress and implements work schedule

SENIOR ARCHITECT with SPECIFICATION FOCUS

Minimum ten years’ experience required. Graduate of accredited architecture school with a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture degree with license and hold a Construction Specification Institute Certified Construction Specifier (CCS) certification.  Ideal candidate will have extensive construction document coordination and specification development experience and will have sound and diverse knowledge of architectural principles and practices in a broad array of assignments and related fields, acting independently regarding architectural methods and complexities.

 

Typical duties and responsibilities may include, but not limited to, the following:

 

  • Prepares and/or supervises the production of specifications
  • Reviews, coordinates, and implements scope of services
  • Responsible for finished plans and review of materials and construction
  • Prepares and/or supervises code analysis
  • Supervises junior architects, architectural designers, and interns
  • Plans work schedules and priorities for project activities
  • Coordinates directly with engineers and specialty consultants
  • Presents explanations and solutions for unforeseen occurrences throughout the project
  • Tracks project progress and implements work schedule
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About

The architectural firm was founded in 1984 by Jay and Cindy Muller. Today, Muller2 has grown to a staff of over 45 employees, including 13 licensed architects. Major market sectors include:  aviation, transit, passenger rail, recreation, education, and general municipal. Major clients currently include: the Chicago Department of Aviation, the Chicago Department of Transportation, the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra Commuter Rail, Amtrak, the Chicago Park District, Chicago’s Riverwalk, the Public Building Commission of Chicago, and renowned artist Theaster Gates.  We have recently opened an additional office in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area to accommodate our growing workload at DFW International Airport.

Located in Chicago’s trendy River West neighborhood, Muller2’s offices are located in a unique loft space, complete with game room and rooftop deck.  We believe in open communication and a culture that fosters creativity and responsibility at all levels.    Please visit our website at www.muller2.com for more information and to apply.