Little, nationally recognized as a “Best Firm to Work For” and one of the nation’s most progressive design firms, is seeking a Project Architect / Intern Architect with a positive, collaborative work style, who will work in our growing Workplace-Interiors Studio in our Charlotte, NC office.


The ideal candidate for this opportunity will be an ambitious, creative Project Architect / Intern Architect with a background in interiors who is passionate about great design and is looking to significantly improve the performance of our clients through a creative and collaborative process.  

The individual selected for this opportunity will work in a multidisciplinary design team to develop breakthrough ideas and creative solutions for Workplace focused projects.


A candidate we’ll love:

  • You have Workplace-Interior project experience.

  • You have experience in all phases of project execution from schematic design through construction administration

  • You are excited about the opportunity to develop strong relationships working with a client having an-ongoing body of work.

  • You are a resourceful and creative problem solver.

  • You’re a good teammate – you want those around you to succeed and you’re capable of taking direction or leading a project to deliver a great product to our clients.

  • You’re good with people – a strong listener, respectful in your interactions with others and have a positive outlook on life.

  • You’re a good communicator –verbally, graphically and in written form, people understand your ideas and the way you share them.

  • You are organized and thorough – you understand how to work with and coordinate consulting partners and many moving parts to deliver a solid, final product.

  • You have a strong understanding of design, space planning, spatial relationships and materials.

  • You have professional drive and still have fun while you work.


A position you’ll love:

  • You’ll be working in our dedicated Workplace-Interiors studio with other professionals dedicated to Interior projects.

  • You’ll be working on an on-going body of work with a significant client on a wide range of projects.

  • You will be working on multiple projects at one time with the projects varying in phase

  • You will have direct client contact

  • You’ll have a high degree of autonomy and responsibility.

  • You’ll coordinate with a team of architects, interior designers, and engineers to meet project requirements, budgets and schedules.

  • You’ll be responsible for producing contract documents and construction administration.

  • You’ll be accountable for project success.

  • You’ll have growth opportunities.

Ideal candidates will have the following Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Architecture from an accredited university;

  • Four to eight years’ of experience in the architecture & design industry;

·       Architectural registration or on path for Architectural registration

·       Ability to execute projects from conceptual design to owner occupancy;

·       Strong design and Revit Skills; and


Our culture is energetic, collaborative and open. We value people who have a positive impact on those around them. We are proud to offer outstanding benefits, compensation, and growth opportunities. 


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AuthorMaggie Whittemore