Healthcare Project Architect

Healthcare Project Architect

In your new position as part of the firm's healthcare team, you will expand your craft and collaborate with architects who are profoundly impacting many of the area’s greatest projects such as the St. Francis Medical Center, Pueblo Community Health Center, Denver Health and Hospital Authority, and healthcare facilities across the state. Your role will be fast-paced, multi-faceted, and highly engaging. Your primary duties include interacting with healthcare clients to plan, design, and assist in the creation of successful architectural and/or planning projects. You must have a thorough understanding of the practice of architecture and the ability to develop high-quality healthcare projects. You will also be capable of leading and participating in client and team meetings and will be relied upon for your attention to detail, a proactive, positive attitude, and superior communication skills.

And while you are learning from us, we want to learn from you. You’ll provide input to help RTA continually improve our documents and systems and seek to obtain progressively higher-level assignments on a variety of projects. Come ready and excited to share your experiences, ideas, and career growth desires with us!

Qualified applicants must have:

  • Bachelor or Master Degree of Architecture.

  • State of Colorado Architectural License or ability to pursue Colorado License.

  • Minimum of five (5) years of healthcare architecture experience as a licensed architect.

  • Superior communication skills to facilitate meetings with the client and project staff.

  • Creative thinking ability and excellent design skills.

  • Experience with governmental agencies regarding building codes and zoning ordinances.

  • Required skills: job knowledge, communication, leadership, planning, teamwork, decision-making, judgment, and problem-solving associated with all phases of a project.

  • The ability to utilize computer systems as a tool to manage projects. Required computer skills: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Office.

  • Ability to perform work that requires the consistent exercise of discretion and judgment in its performance.

  • Salary Range: $73,000 - $89,000 (DOE)

Typical work hours are 8 am – 5 pm, Monday – Friday. Flexible options may be available based on job responsibility and leadership expectations. Salary dependent upon experience and skills, plus comprehensive benefits. For more detailed information about the position, download the full job description here. 

To apply, send a PDF or Dropbox link containing your cover letter, resume, samples of your professional work, and a completed application to Please include your name and the position ‘Healthcare Project Architect’ in the subject line.