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City Toronto, ON
Title Architect
Position Overview
Cannon Design is committed to our purpose, “Together we create design solutions to the greatest challenges facing our clients and society”.  We are a recognized global leader in planning and design and in delivering success for our clients in the areas of health, education, corporate commercial, science and technology, sports and public markets. The firm employs a staff of over 1,000, delivering highly integrated services across our extensive network of offices throughout North America as well as in China and India. Our culture of innovation places strong emphasis on collaboration, mutual support, personal growth, productivity and accountability, offering challenging and rewarding career opportunities for an Architect in a dynamic, high performance team environment in our Toronto office.
We are seeking candidates with a minimum of 4+ years experience. Candidates should possess excellent design skills and project experience with conceptual and design development of mid- to large-scale projects. Strong creative design portfolio is essential, as are strong communication, teamwork, presentation, graphics, and organizational skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to handle multiple projects are essential.
REVIT training required.  Revit or other BIM project experience preferred. Bachelor of Architecture required. Masters of Architecture and architectural license preferred
Join us at Cannon Design, one of the finest design and project delivery firms in the world. Upload resumes and portfolio materials through our career portal located at www.cannondesign.com.
Cannon Design recognizes the value of diversity in our workforce and is committed to Employment Equity and the Federal Contractors Program.  We encourage applications from qualified aboriginal Canadians, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities and women.