Architect Associate


Engberg Anderson, Inc. / Chicago, IL


Vibrant, award-winning national architectural firm seeks talented and dedicated team players to join our growing and creative offices in Milwaukee and Madison, Chicago, or Tucson as Designers, Project Architects and/or Project Managers. Opportunities currently exist in each city.
Engberg Anderson Architects is a community-driven design team - a 40+ person family of architects, designers, interior designers, interns, travelers, artists, comedians, and happy-hour goers! Our focus is on design projects that serve a greater purpose and improve the urban fabric, primarily in the Midwest and Southwest regions. To support our goals, we seek to bring on individuals who are looking to grow professionally and with our firm, and support them as they develop their skills, and share their talents.

* Our team members are encouraged to cultivate new ideas and collaborate with others
* We provide a platform for growth, both individually and professionally
* Our work environment allows for cross pollination of focus areas, and is open and engaging

It is the policy of Engberg Anderson, Inc. to provide equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disabilities, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law. We are strongly committed to this policy and believe in the concept and spirit of the law. Engberg Anderson, Inc. maintains an Affirmative Action Plan and encourages qualified minorities, females, disabled individuals and veterans to apply for advertised positions.


Areas of project focus include multi-family, student and senior housing, corporate, cultural and public projects including libraries, public markets, aviation and historic preservation. Sustainability, contextual design and craft are common to all our projects. Over our more than 30-year history, our diverse portfolio of clients has given us the opportunity to do work which impacts the community around us, and to create memorable design that stands the test of time. Perhaps you are the next member of our growing team to share your ideas and talent!


(MARCH degree preferred, with minimum 3 years professional experience). Proficiency in Revit and AutoCAD highly valued; other 3D and rendering applications a bonus. A license is not required, but beneficial.

Ideal candidate is well organized, with a strong work ethic and a sincere desire to grow their career in an established and creative firm.


Negotiable, No relocation costs paid.