Position: Architectural Designer (Level 1 or 2)

Division: Architecture/Preservation

Type of Employment: Full time

Experience level: 1 to 4 years

Location: Boston, MA

OVERVIEW: The Architectural Designer will work primarily in project teams of two to eight, led by a principal or project manager, in all project phases from programming through construction.  He or she is a developing professional and is expected to be an active learner and engaged in the community outside the office.  Experience/interest in historic or existing buildings is a plus. Qualified applicants may be asked to submit letter of interest, resume and portfolio.


  • Prepare design documents in various media and applications
  • Manage project digital files and information
  • Prepare presentations for active projects and for marketing or internal research
  • Conduct building documentation and analysis for existing-conditions survey, code or sustainability


  • Professional degree in architecture or preservation
  • Relevant prior professional experience
  • Experience with Autodesk Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, rendering and modeling applications
  •  Excellence in design, organization and communications


  • Hourly or salaried compensation; type and level of compensation commensurate with experience
  • Paid vacation, holidays, sick leave
  • Professional development support
  • Available medical, dental & vision care insurance; medical 70% employer-paid
  • Life and disability insurance, retirement plan and cafeteria plan

POSITION REPORTS TO: Project Managers and Principals


Submit by e-mail to Indicate the position for which you are applying. Include a cover letter, resume and sample portfolio pages, if available (attachments not to exceed 5MB; for larger portfolio files please send web link).  Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be considered.

Goody Clancy is an Affirmative-Action, Equal Opportunity Employer and participant in the U.S. Federal E-Verify program.  Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.