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cove.tool is redefining the way buildings are designed in the 21st century by integrating parametricism into the design process for all architects. A profound change is underway to reshape practice to be respectful of the planet since buildings contribute to over 40% of the total carbon emissions. Currently, over than 50% of them are designed without ever considering energy, daylight, glare, and other performance metrics. Be a force for change in the profession with our fast growing team!
- Educate architects and engineers on the importance of performance modeling and data driven design. Show teams how cove.tool is a partner through webinars, online demos and more.
- Put your modeling skills to work, troubleshooting specific user questions, plugin related (Revit, SKP, Rhino) and building performance related in cove.tool.
- Do unique research and implement parametric workflows across the industry.
- Respond to questions from architects and engineers and communicate the vision.
- Publish and curate articles, posts, and media for architects and engineers.
- Experience in building sustainability, architecture, or masters degree preferred. Case studies where you applied sustainable thinking to an architecture problem are highly desirable especially in a professional setting. Show us what you got!
- Be a nice friendly person who cares about doing good for the world.
- Graphic skills are highly important (you will be working with architects) Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well. Writing is a part of changing someone’s mind.
- Ability to multi-task, we are doing lots of cool things and you need to be flexible!
- Curious, insightful, engaged, determined to make a difference.
- Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, mechanical engineering, sustainability, environmental science, or an equivalent combination of other studies.
- Sustainability professional certifications (such as LEED, Green Globes), preferred but not required.
- Master’s degree in mechanical engineering, sustainability, environmental science, or an equivalent combination of other studies preferred but not required.
- Proficient in use of design software, such as Revit, Sketchup, Rhino, Grasshopper, Adobe Creative Suite, etc. Basically be tech savy.
- Coding experience (even one class) is a big plus.
What’s In it for you
- Public transit pass
- Competitive Pay
- Work Life Balance
- Gym membership
- Paid vacation and sick leave
- Health insurance options
- Snacks, beer, team events
- Atlanta’s cost of living is 93% less than San Francisco
- Get your NCARB experience hours in a nontraditional environment.