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Charles Hilton Architects is seeking architectural graduates for entry-level positions.
If the idea of joining a firm who produces top quality work, pursues a diversity of project types and styles, offers a comfortable and supportive work environment and where hard work and achievement are rewarded with rapid advancement, then we invite you to learn more about CHA.
Established by Charles F. Hilton, this award-winning firm continues to build on a thirty year tradition of fine architectural design. Charles Hilton Architects strives to create thoughtfully-designed buildings of enduring character that can meaningfully improve the daily lives of their inhabitants. While the firm is best known for its beautifully-designed and regionally-sensitive homes in the greater New York Metropolitan Area, its work stretches across the country and includes select civic and commercial projects. The office currently consists of 16 highly dedicated individuals with specialized training ranging from historic preservation, to sustainable green design, to fine architectural interiors. CHA’s projects are featured regularly in regional and national publications. The firm’s work has been honored with 50 design awards in the past five years alone. In addition, CHA has been recognized by Ocean Home Magazine as a Top 50 coastal architect for the past three years running and Charles Hilton was a 2016 Inductee into the New England Design Hall of Fame.
Candidates must demonstrate strong creative and technical skills as well as proficiency with AutoCAD. Past architectural office experience and proficiency in Revit is a plus. Applicants should be team oriented and self-motivated in order to contribute to a productive environment and assume greater responsibilities as the position develops. If a career in this work environment is of interest to you and you wish to become part of a dedicated and high-spirited team, we invite you to visit www.hiltonarchitects.com. Résumés can be forwarded to email@example.com or mailed to Charles Hilton Architects.