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Senior Healthcare Interior Designer

Join the No. 1 ranked architecture firm (2017 Architect 50 Sustainability Category: Architect Magazine) and work alongside remarkable talent who will inspire you every day.

We have an immediate opening for Senior Healthcare Interior Designer with 8+ years of progressive experience in healthcare design.  The role is based in our Portland, Oregon office, where we have sustained a high caliber of design individuals who strive to make a difference in the built environment.  It is through culturally diverse and multi- disciplinary engagement with architecture, urban planning and integrated graphic design, that we distinguish ourselves by blending creative ideas to form thoughtful design solutions. We pride ourselves on a culture that builds vibrant relationships and teams in and outside of work.  ZGF offers multiple affinity groups ranging from civic opportunities, the Rose Festival Dragon Boat Race and Architects in Schools, to common interests, whether it is an internal team sport or our Maker’s community.

The successful candidate must be a well-rounded, a strategic thinker with an integrated approach to design, management, and project resolution. They must have a proven track-record of success design with complex, multi-phase healthcare projects.  They must have experience in leading User Group / Stakeholder meetings in all phases of design, as well as extensive medical planning and be able to communicate design ideas through technical knowledge.

About You:

  • You have a passion for healthcare design and can bring creative solutions to complex healthcare projects.  You are dedicated to making a difference in changing the built environment that influence health outcomes. 
  • You are adept at cultivating relationships with your clients, consultants and co-workers. You have strong leadership skills and able to present the design effectively.
  • Quality of design, project function and performance are top priorities. 
  • You are knowledgeable and experienced in delivering successful healthcare projects which comply with relevant building, FGI, ADA, construction standards, and other related regulatory requirements.
  • You have strong leadership skills, can break down a bold vision into actionable challenges and enjoy mentoring and managing your team to achieve extraordinary design solutions and outcomes.
  • Your communications skills enable you to establish and maintain project criteria, communicate with your project teams, and manage projects with confidence ensuring design intention is maintained throughout all project phases.
  • You are proficient in technology programs that communicate the design story, including Adobe Suite, Revit, InDesign and Microsoft Suite.
  • You have a professional Interior Design or Architecture degree and a minimum of 8 years’ experience in healthcare projects. LEED accreditation, NCIDQ, AIA or related industry accreditation is preferred.
  • As a respected leader, you want to be continuously challenged and supported, while progressing your career, growing your talent and pushing toward excellence in pursuit of creative invention.

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*Portfolios ought to be submitted for all design positions (Architecture, Interiors, Planning, etc.). Applications without work samples will not be reviewed.  Portfolios should be a link to URL or one PDF attachment.

ZGF Architects LLP is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We invite qualified candidates to apply online posting resume and portfolio.

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