The Integrated Design Leader serves as catalyst to align building performance, building science, and building systems throughout project design towards the goal of producing beautiful, resilient, and climate-aware architecture. This position has the responsibility to inform, guide, and impact work within the firm by integrating the efforts of architects, interior designers, landscape architects, engineers, and clients to develop practical, cost-effective approaches to establish and then achieve high performance goals.
This individual will work to be a thought leader in key topics such as lowcarbon design and construction, regenerative design, and design informed by research on the health and productivity impacts of indoor air quality, daylight, and views. They will convey this thought leadership to clients and the profession through participation in project interviews, design workshops, conferences, and publications.
This role provides internal leadership and guidance on building and human performance metrics, measurement, management, and design evolution. This encompasses a variety of consulting, research, analysis and advisory tasks around building performance. Responsibilities include conducting and coordinating in-house research efforts and using research results to inform design decisions.
Integration of all members of the design team (architects, interior designers, engineers, and clients) throughout the design process to establish and achieve performance goals
Enhance adoption of the principles of the AIA Framework for Design Excellence throughout project design and execution.
Continual improvement in firmwide performance as tracked in the AIA 2030 Commitment
Advising teams to help projects achieve certification goals
Building shared understanding with existing clients and staff and attracting and retaining new clients and staff aligned with these firm goals
Qualified candidates must have at least five years of recent experience in a similar role.
Applicants should be comfortable in Revit, Rhino, or both, and be able to show through their portfolio that they can communicate complex technical results simply and clearly. Excellent collaboration, presentation, and problem-solving skills.
Professional degree in the field of design and construction (architecture, engineering).
LEED or WELL Building accreditation, or experience with Living Building Challenge, Enterprise Green Communities, or PassiveHouse certification is a plus.
EskewDumezRipple offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 401K, short and long term disability, life insurance, competitive PTO, and parental leave. Our studio also hosts weekly happy hours and numerous employee events throughout the year.
EskewDumezRipple is a welcoming studio dedicated to equity and inclusion and encourages applications from diverse candidates. To be considered for employment, please submit your resume, a link to an online portfolio if appropriate, and contact information for 3 references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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