Project Architect - Healthcare

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States | Architecture | Full-time | Partially remote


AE Works is seeking a talented Healthcare Project Architect to join our team. As a Healthcare Project Architect at AE Works you will be responsible for producing timely results that are high quality and accurate in healthcare design.

The location of this position is flexible and comes with a competitive salary based on relevant experience as well as generous perks and benefits including medical, vision, dental, and disability insurance, 5 weeks paid time off and paid holidays, a 401k, dress-for-your-day dress code, virtual working capability, and a work-from-home equipment allowance. 

Role and Responsibilities for Position:

  • Lead clients and internal design team, including engineers, through planning, design, and construction administration for building projects, both new construction and renovation, within the healthcare sector
  • Produce high quality deliverables for Clients at all stages of design
  • Champion architectural design relevance within the firm thru mentorship and training
  • Lead and participate in meetings, internally and externally, to collaborate with other team members and Clients
  • Travel with team members for onsite collaboration, investigations, and project presentations
  • Attend interviews for new work opportunities and participate as needed
  • Attend industry events including participation in speaking and presenting to demonstrate expertise
  • Participate in corporate activities including Social and Eco projects to support and develop the Triple Bottom Line business model and enhance our B Corp status

Technical Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Architecture from an NAAB accredited university
  • RA registration in VA, MD, or Washington D.C. or other reciprocal state
  • AIA membership preferred but not required
  • EDAC credential and/or other relevant healthcare industry related credential preferred
  • 8+ years of industry experience
  • Specialized design experience in areas of healthcare including behavioral health, long term care, women's healthcare, oncology, or other major areas of healthcare required
  • Highly proficient in Revit
  • Skilled with using cloud based and mobile technology for collaboration


We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. EEO is the law

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