Jobs and Opportunities

Thomas Roberts Architect, Wyandotte, MI
  10.14.2019 Thomas Roberts Architect is seeking a Project Architect and an Intern Architect. To learn more about Thomas Roberts Architect visit

HBT Architects, Inc, Ann Arbor, MI
  10.14.2019 HBT Architects is seeking an Architectural Designer. To learn more about HBT Architects visit

William A. Kibbe & Associates, Inc, Saginaw, MI
  10.8.2019 William A. Kibbe & Associates, Inc is seeking an Architect, a BIM Manager and Designers with Revit Experience. To learn more about William A. Kibbe & Associates, Inc visit

Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI
  10.3.2019 Ferris State University is seeking a Adjunct Professor - Architecture and Facility Management. To learn more about Ferris State University visit

Jeffrey A. Scott Architects, PC, Farmington, MI
  9.23.2019 Scott Architects is seeking a Project Architect. To learn more about Scott Architects visit

Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
  9.17.2019 Wayne State University invites you to submit competitive proposals in accordance with the requirements of this Request for Proposal for the provision of Professional Design Services.If you are interested in participating in this process, please use the online registration form at


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