Designing Justice + Designing Spaces is a small startup public-interest design practice using design and development to end mass incarceration and structural inequity. We have specific expertise in community engagement, evidence-based design research, and designing for peacemaking and reparation. We are seeking a freelance mid-level architecture design intern to provide support on discrete project tasks. We require a designer with mature design skills that has demonstrated proficiency in AutoCAD, Rhino, SketchUp and hand sketching. If you are interested in the role that design plays in social justice and enjoy working both inside and outside modes of traditional practice then you will find our office to be exciting.
Candidates must have:
A professional degree in Architecture
Minimum 5 to 7 years professional practice
Proficiency in SketchUp, Rhino and Adobe Acrobat Suite
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Able to work independently
Willingness to take direction and work as part of a multi-disciplinary collaborative team
A strong interest and/or activism in social justice issues is desirable
Fluent Spanish speaker desirable
Projected hours per week will vary with an average of 32 to 40 hours a week starting now.
Please send a digital portfolio or links to your website following the directions below.