Project Architect - Vero Beach, Florida
Job Details
Vero - Vero Beach, FL
Full Time
Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.)
Professional Services

About Us


We Engage. We Communicate. We Deliver.


We are growing and expanding our Vero Beach, Florida office.  We are seeking additional Project Architects to join the team.


Owners wanted……..Spiezle is a 100% employee-owned (ESOP), nationally recognized design firm. At Spiezle, it’s not just a job, it’s a career. Since our founding in 1954, the Spiezle team has earned a reputation as preeminent professionals who provide the best possible design and service.


Such efforts have encompassed more than $1 billion in construction projects in the last decade alone. With nearly 100 employees and seven locations along the East Coast, we assist clients with a variety of project types across the United States.


Led by our passionate thought-leaders, our work is focused on Education, Healthcare, Senior Living, Corporate, Multi-Family and Government work.



About You


You are a licensed architect,  with a passion for design, who is looking to grow with our employee-owned business; you are eager and excited to take on the challenge and drive success in your project teams. A team leader, with an exemplary supervision, mentoring, and management style. You will make sure the job gets done, and have fun doing it.




We are looking for a talented and determined licensed architect for our Project Architect role to lead project teams in our Vero Beach, Florida office.  This exciting opportunity will allow you to work on all phases of your assigned projects. You will have the opportunity to collaboratively work with project team members, internal and external consultants, and clients. You will hone your leadership skills through mentoring and development of lesser experienced team members in the development of their design, technical and leadership skills. 




  • Collaboratively evaluate, select and apply architectural techniques, procedures, and modifications for assigned projects
  • Perform architectural assignments after receiving general instructions and project scope from the Project Manager/Associate Principal/Principal
  • Participate in preliminary designs
  • Mentor and supervise lesser experienced team members; may be assisted by Interior Designers
  • Oversee and/or coordinate activities with outside engineers and consultants
  • Construction administration when needed and/or coordination with construction managers/administrators; review of shop drawings; QA/QC
  • Run and coordinate job meetings assuring that all meeting tasks are assigned and completed to meet deadlines
  • May assist Project Manager(s) and above with preparation of cost and quality estimates
  • May be requested to attend networking functions, and participate in business development activities




To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions:

  • Ability to development preliminary designs
  • Ability to apply required building codes to projects
  • Ability to produce specifications
  • Ability to apply sound project management principles to meet deadlines and profitability targets
  • Possess thorough knowledge of Design and Construction Documents
  • Possess a thorough knowledge of AIA contracts and design office processes and procedures
  • Possess an in depth understanding of the design of most building systems and types. Masonry and Steel experience preferred
  • Proficiency in Revit/BIM/AutoCAD, Microsoft Office products such asn; Bluebeam; Adobe Suite required
  • Proficiency in Dynamo and/or Grasshopper strongly preferred
  • Proficiency with 3D scanning and 3D printing is desired



Bachelor or Masters Degree in Architecture from an accredited university/college



Minimum of Five years of architectural experience with at least one year leading projects



Architectural License in the United States; eligibility for reciprocity in New Jersey is preferred

LEED or equivalent designation in sustainable design desired



We offer competitive and comprehensive benefits packages. Our full benefits handbook will be forward to you upon request.


  • We are an employee-owned company and YES, you will be an owner and receive stock.
  • We encourage our employees to pursue local and professional advocacy groups
  • We provide the opportunity to help with pro-bono initiatives that brings Architecture to the community
  • We offer a comprehensive benefits package with coverage that starts on the first day of the month following date of hire
  • 401(k) with company contribution and ESOP Stock Allocations
  • Paid AIA membership and Professional License Renewals
  • Reimbursement for professional designation exam(s)
  • Professional Development opportunities that align with the Firm's leadership succession plan and/or individual development plan. WE WANT YOU TO GET PROMOTED
  • Social and team building events
  • Flexible work hours including work from home days
  • Competitive pay, bonus opportunities and year-round half-day Friday’s to jump start the weekend


Spiezle Architectural Group is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/Disability/Veteran.

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