Established in 1986, Quadrangle Architects Limited is among Canada’s most dynamic architectural firms.
Our portfolio of projects illustrates a diversified client list that includes major players in the residential, commercial, media and hospitality industries. Equally wide-ranging is our scope and expertise in the rehabilitation and conversion of existing buildings, historical restorations and renovations, corporate interiors and institutional projects.
Quadrangle is seeking junior and intermediate technologists to join our retail team. Candidates should have a thorough knowledge of building systems, materials and detailing, as well as the ability to communicate with the project team, work independently developing building details, coordinating contract documents and document checking. In addition, knowledge of the particular nature of retail work is preferred. Candidates should be experts in AutoCAD, as well as proficient in MS Office and other standard software programs. Working knowledge in Revit would be considered an asset.
Junior technologist candidates should have up to three years of experience, and have exceptional skills in the production and coordination of working drawings.
Intermediate technologist candidates should have a minimum of five years of experience, with exceptional skills in the production and coordination of retail, roll-out style working drawings. A minimum of three years on retail projects would be required.
We believe our people are our most valuable asset. The Studio is a fast-paced and supportive team-based environment. We offer outstanding opportunities to develop your professional skills and to grow within the firm.
If you would like to pursue a career at Quadrangle, please submit your résumé, together with samples of your work (Acrobat PDF file only) or a link to your online portfolio, via email to: jobsQAL@quadrangle.ca
Quadrangle is committed to inclusive and accessible employment practices by accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Applicants are encouraged to make their needs known in advance if accommodation is required.