Green Canopy NODE builds sustainable homes fast.
Who we are:
Green Canopy NODE is a mission-driven, vertically integrated construction technology firm, residential developer, and fund manager. The company’s mission is to build homes, relationships, and businesses that help regenerate communities and environments. Our team is a group of deeply authentic, mission-aligned people working to bring all-electric, sustainable, healthy housing to all income levels.
This is an exciting time to join our growing team! The construction industry is ripe for disruption and evolution. Leveraging our construction tech expertise and deep industry experience, our team is working on scaling construction technology to lower building costs, help decarbonize the built environment, and help our clients and partners achieve their development objectives for less time and cost.
Who we’re looking for:
We seek an experienced Product Architect with a deep commitment to building sustainable and resilient homes and communities. This mission-aligned individual will bring enthusiasm for design and interest in advancing construction with technology and off-site manufacturing. In this position, you will lead the comprehensive design for a net zero carbon residential product. You will also be on the frontline of integrating design and offsite manufacturing construction innovations. You will succeed in this position if you can bring attention to detail, an open mind, curiosity, and an ambition to grow and learn from others personally and professionally.
What you bring to the table:
5 to 8 years in an architectural work setting
2 years minimum experience designing and documenting high performance single family and/or multi-family residential projects
Hold a professional Bachelor or preferred, Master of Architecture degree
Strong in-depth knowledge of building science
2 years minimum using Autodesk Revit in a production environment
Proficient in Autodesk Construction Cloud
Experience working with the Residential Code, Building Code, Energy Code, and other applicable regulations
Must enjoy producing design and construction documents. Members of the GCN (Green Canopy NODE) design team are both thinkers and doers who are involved in design decision making and in documenting those decisions.
Strong organizational and communication skills
Must be self-directed, curious, and must feel a sense of ownership and responsibility toward your work
Must be comfortable initiating, facilitating, and/or leading difficult conversations; and receive difficult information or communication in a professional and composed manner
Must work effectively within a collaborative team environment
Preferred: Sustainable design certifications: ILFI Zero Carbon, ILFI Zero Energy, PHIUS
Preferred: Architectural License
Preferred: experience with Sketchup
Preferred: experience with MS Project
The first two years will be primarily focused on managing the ARPA-E grant-related objectives
Develop building typologies for a range of residential products/ types
Design and documentation:
Design: single-family and multi-family residential structures, including project concept, spatial relationship / layout, site design, exterior concept, and vertical alignment
Product integration: Utilize internally developed products within designs in accordance with product parameters and constraints.
Building systems: accountable for the coordinating principal building systems, including mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems
Performance: ensure design, systems and material choices align with project and company energy and carbon goals.
Documentation: lead the design of the project and the production of drawings and other project documents
Internal team: accountable for directing production of high-quality design documents per GCN standards
External consultants: accountable for obtaining proposals and contracts from design consultants; coordinate and review their work to ensure a cohesive design; ensure their work aligns to the project schedule and to GCN Standards; review consultant invoices
Schedule: create project schedules and coordinate internal and external resources to obtain entitlements and issue project documents per the project schedule
Cost: accountable for coordinating project design with the project budget
Information: accountable for coordinated information flow between the design team and other GCN teams and between GCN and external consultants and regulatory agencies
Entitlements: accountable for obtaining entitlements from regulatory agencies and utilities in a timely way
Neighbor / community relationship: attend community meetings or review community meeting notes, obtain easements and other agreements from neighbors
Construction administration: receive and process RFI’s and other questions during construction
Internal: inform ongoing process and quality improvement activities
Construction team: inform development of standard means and methods for high performance building
Research & Development: inform architectural aspects of prefabricated solutions
Company: provide information and co-develop ongoing process and quality improvement activities
Position and hours:
This is an Exempt and Salaried, full-time position, working approximately 40 hours per week, typically 8AM to 5PM, Monday through Friday. Some required work may occur outside of typical office hours, such as community meetings, design review meetings, and interactions with neighbors.
Some travel to project sites, local authority offices or other special events will be required.
This is a hybrid work position with an expectation of at least 1 trip every other month to Spokane/Seattle and/or Pullman, WA.
Compensation and benefits:
Licensed: between $80,000 - $95,000 annually
Unlicensed: between $70,000 - $85,000 annually
Employee Stock Options
Starting annual PTO of 120 hours per year
Monthly Technology stipend of $50
Monthly Wellness stipend of $25
100% employer-paid health coverage for medical, dental, vision and basic life insurance for employees
Company-sponsored Employee Assistance Program
Company 401(k) plan
Company-paid parental leave for new parents
Leadership development and training for all employees
To help us get to know you better, please apply with the following information:
We want to connect with candidates who are excited about and want to be a part of the work we are doing at Green Canopy NODE.
Find out if YOU want to be a part of the team. Learn more at some of the links below:
Purposeful Growth Video, Mission and Values: https://www.greencanopynode.com/mission-values
Theory of Change: https://www.greencanopynode.com/impact
Regenerative Real Estate Podcast: https://chooselatitude.com/journal/aaron-fairchild
Merger Announcement: https://www.greencanopynode.com/blog/green-canopy-node-announce-merger
We look forward to hearing from you!
Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
To accomplish our mission, it is essential our team include diverse perspectives and lived experiences. Green Canopy NODE believes that cultivating a culture of belonging can help all our team members grow and thrive. We nurture an equitable and inclusive work environment through our co-created and shared set of values and through ongoing learning, education and training. Green Canopy NODE is also proud to be a second-chance employer. We understand the challenges that people with conviction histories or those who are formerly incarcerated face. We are actively working to remove barriers to employment for all individuals and we do not perform background checks. We welcome you to apply and join us in our journey to become an equitable and inclusive workplace.
Stage 1 - Application Screening
HR will be screening applications upon receipt, no later than 2 business days following submission. Candidates that pass the application stage will be advanced by HR to a phone screening.
Stage 2 – Phone Screening
Phone screening will be held via Team (audio only). Candidates that pass the phone screening stage will be advanced to an interview with the Hiring Manager.
Stage 3 – Video Interview with Hiring Manager(s)
Candidates that pass the video interview stage will be advanced to a peer-panel interview with 2 other members of the team.
Stage 4 – Video Interview with Peer Panel
Delegated members of the team will meet with the candidate and conduct an interview via Teams.
Stage 5 – Reference Check
Stage 6 – Evaluation and Offer
HR will reach out to the Hiring Manager within 24 hours of the Peer Panel Interview to conduct a round-up to determine if the candidate will advance to an Offer, rejected, or rejected and added as a future prospect.
Green Canopy NODE is a vertically integrated construction technology firm, developer, and fund manager. Our mission is to build relationships, businesses, and homes that help regenerate communities, and environments. Our team includes a group of deeply authentic, mission-aligned people and top-talent in real estate, design, construction, technology, impact investing, and fund management. In our hearts we know a brighter, more resilient, healthy, and equitable future is possible. Together, we work to deliver a better built environment for people and the planet.