We seek someone with robust design and communication skills to contribute to the value we provide to our clients. Ideally, you:
Hold or actively pursuing NCIDQ certification and have ten or more years of experience as an interior designer in an architectural firm.
Are familiar with interior finishes and furniture selection and specifications, documenting interior construction and detailing, as well as having demonstrated ability to assemble clear and complete construction documentation.
Can develop, check, and coordinate aspects specific to interior design and FF&E of construction drawings and specifications.
Have strong design sensibilities and strong written and verbal communication skills.
Are legally authorized to work in the US.
Proficiency and proven skills using Revit, Sketch-up, and MS Office are preferred.
Our culture is a highly interactive team approach driven by a passion for creating quality design while focusing on client service and satisfaction. WTW projects include extensive work in multiple higher education markets, in addition to corporate, retail, developer-led, and healthcare projects of various sizes.
You will be an integral part of a larger team and have the opportunity to manage emerging professionals on smaller projects.
Opportunity for project involvement from programming & conceptual design through construction administration, and opportunity to manage interior fit-out projects.
Coordinate with internal and external personnel, including partner firms and consultants, to document thoughtful design solutions, present ideas to clients, and ensure well-crafted construction documents are produced.
Participate in weekly studio and project meetings, including the tracking of staff utilization and assignments.
Mentor emerging professional interior designers.
Proactively help manage project tasks specific to interior design and FF&E on multiple assignments.
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We build community through inspired design, and we are:
A Pittsburgh-based firm founded in 1959.
Highly collaborative, medium-sized architecture firm (~25 employees) with a national practice focused on Higher Education and an extensive local/regional practice spanning multiple markets.
Join our flexible work culture in a beautiful new office at Washington's Landing on Herr's Island.
An AIA Pennsylvania certified EPiC Firm.
The five-member ownership group is accessible to team members and involved directly in projects. You will see them in person and work directly with partners daily.
There is a lot to love about working here. Our culture is a highly interactive team approach driven by a passion for creating quality design while focusing on client service and satisfaction. WTW projects include extensive work in multiple higher education markets in addition to corporate, retail, developer-led, and healthcare projects of various sizes.
Mentorship by experienced Project Managers in a collaborative environment.
Optional work from home on Friday and well-supported remote access by our internal IT manager.
In-office business casual dress code.
Flexible schedule with core hours 9 AM-4 PM.
Leadership that is involved in day-to-say operations and the development of staff.
Frequent social company functions including happy hours, company outings, lunch and learns, networking events, etc.
PTO and health care benefits.
Competitive salary commensurate with experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
WTW Architects is a mid-sized architectural firm based in Pittsburgh, PA with not only a solid regional practice but also a national student life practice in the higher-education market. For our nearly sixty years of history, WTW has typically employed anywhere between 1-3 interns between May and August each year. We have also collaborated with several Schools of Architecture that offer Fall and Spring Internship Programs.
Our objective has always been to expose interns to the full spectrum of services typically provided in architecture. Students do not spend their internships simply picking up red marks. Our goals include helping interns develop both their hard and soft skills, which we accomplish by having weekly Studio and Staffing Meetings where WTW Studio Directors discuss various opportunities for interns to participate in to maximize exposure to all facets of the profession.
We accomplish this not only by having interns work in various graphic and BIM programs used in the profession, but also by attending client meetings, preparing and contributing to presentations, reviewing project budgets and proposals, generating design concepts, and participating in on-site construction meetings and punch-list reviews with our professional staff.
Because of the breadth of experiences we provide, we often receive repeat internship requests. And, WTW has hired interns who’ve opted to make Pittsburgh their home after graduation.
President & CEO Larry Payne began his career with WTW with Spring and Summer internships in 1987 and a Summer internship in 1988 before joining WTW’s professional staff in 1989.
WTW is excited that we have received the EPiC Firm Recognition from AIA Pennsylvania! EPiC recognizes firms that are engaging and fostering emerging professionals to promote professional development through leadership, mentorship, and fellowship. Recognized firms are known for offering support through the licensing process, creating an inclusive and diverse firm culture, and overall career and personal development. Our team is honored to have received this recognition and to have a hand in leading and mentoring the next generation of architects.