Mitchell/Giurgola Architects seeks a Marketing Coordinator to join its mid-sized, innovative, award-winning design firm. The position will support business development efforts, proposal and presentation production, award submissions and press initiatives.
The ideal candidate will have a friendly, outgoing personality with strong organizational, collaboration and communication skills and attention to detail; excellent writing skills with the ability to craft articulate text with a targeted purpose, based on content provided; astute visual sensibilities in connection with presenting architectural projects; the ability to work under tight deadlines, manage multiple demands, and plan and execute marketing activities requiring independent judgment, selection and adaptation of standard techniques; and the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively and be proficient with Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Microsoft Office.
This is a full-time, entry to mid-level position. A College Degree is required and 2+ years of professional marketing experience, preferably in the A/E/C industry.
Mitchell|Giurgola Architects established an office for the general practice of architecture and urban design in New York in 1968. The 50-person firm has become widely recognized for the design of technically complex projects for academic and cultural institutions, including frequent publication of the work and numerous professional honor awards. Clients include both public and private educational ...institutions and public/private entrepreneurial partnerships.
While education is the focus of the practice, the building types for which the firm has expertise is broad, including not only teaching and research facilities for the sciences, interdisciplinary incubator and medical facilities, but also general classroom and student services, dining facilities, libraries, theaters, courthouses and innovative office environments.
The design philosophy of the practice is founded on architecture as a social art and the commitment to create places that are supportive, engaging, aspirational and detailed to maintain a consistently high level of the art and craft of construction. The form of a given project evolves in direct response to program, extensive interaction with clients, specific site conditions and budget. The designs also obtain their unique character informed by history, culture and human behavior.