Rowell Brokaw Architects is an 17-person firm known for delivering consistently high-quality design, focused on the real needs of each client and each project. We are leaders in practice and research, and we are committed to civic and community success.
Rowell Brokaw is looking for talented and enthusiastic students or recent graduates to participate in our summer/fall internship program. Ideal candidates are creative, responsible, and personable, with strong communication, design, and analytical capabilities.
For us, great design is visual and strategic. Sustainability and quality are priorities for every project we do. We apply research, analysis, creativity and leadership to help our clients meet their goals. For mission-driven organizations, this means designing projects that are thoughtful, efficient and financially feasible. For private clients, this means bringing a disciplined approach to creative work and understanding return on investment. For institutions and public clients, it often means working with a community, managing risk, capturing a shared vision, and delivering success at a civic scale.
We work in a small and livable city, but we enthusiastically practice architecture at all scales--from furniture to buildings to city planning. Our work is local, regional, and national. Our project portfolio is diverse. We are approachable, imaginative, technically skilled, and committed to delivering projects that will serve our clients and their communities for many years to come.
As an intern at Rowell Brokaw Architects, you will have an opportunity to create immediate impact on current projects by looking at organizational operations, architectural projects.This is an excellent opportunity for students to add real world experience to their educational credentials.
We are seeking passionate individuals with the following Qualifications education & experience in one or more of the following disciplines:
•Architecture and/or Landscape Architecture
•Design- Product Design (please include examples with your application)
•Design- Infographics & Data Visualization (please include examples with your application)
•A keen interest in design xx xx xx
•Strong graphic design and writing skills; experience with graphic and presentation design
•A positive attitude and a curious mind; analytical and inquisitive with the ability to self-direct
•Ability to communicate ideas effectively
•Proactive Team player with an enthusiastic and positive attitude
•Ability to multi-task, problem solve and manage priorities in a fast-paced environment
•At least one previous internship or job (preferred but not required)
Working knowledge of:
•Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp
•Adobe Creative Suite/ Cloud
•Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
•Social media and/or Web Design skills are a plus
The internship is a paid position and will begin in mid June and end in mid December. The intern is expected to work 40 hours per week in the summer and either full time or part time hours in the fall. Please email a single pdf with your resume, work history, references, and no more than 10 pages of project images (8/1/2 x 11 format, 10MB max). Please indicate “2015 INTERN” in the subject line of your email. Application materials are due by Tuesday, April 28, 2015 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Brevity and clarity is preferred.
ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.