Interior Designer 4 – 8 years

  • Full Time
  • Portland, OR
  • Posted 1 month ago

Hacker Architects




Who We Are:


Hacker is an architecture and interiors studio united by a desire to create spaces that enrich the world – spaces that make us feel more connected to the landscape, each other, and ourselves. Our devotion to craft and 30+ year history of environmentally progressive design, our expressive use of materials and natural light – above all, our reputation for seeking clarity and meaning in every aspect of the work – has earned us international, national, and regional design awards, top prizes in national design competitions, and publication internationally. Want to learn more? Check out our website:


Hacker Architects is an equal opportunity employer and champion social equity and mentorship. We value diversity, are active in our community, and seek to be a workplace where diverse voices are represented and heard. Hacker is a Just Organization and is actively working on issues such as diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace; corporate social responsibility; and combating climate change. We look for employees who are interested in joining us in this important and challenging work.


Why Work at Hacker?

We offer competitive salary and generous benefits including paid parental leave; 401k with socially responsible investment options and employer contributions; company paid volunteer time; continuing education stipends;100% medical, dental & vision, company paid disability insurance and life insurance; and FSA/HSA, and PTO, minimum 3 weeks in the first 3 years.
We promote a work life balance and are sensitive to family and medical needs.
As a firm, our drivers are climate and design justice.
We focus on community architecture – libraries, academic, civic, cultural, and private commercial projects.
We work with companies that align with our values and whom we believe can make a positive difference in the industry and beyond.
We are seeking interior designers and interior architects with 4-8 years of experience to work with our team in pushing our interiors practice forward. Ideal candidates will have a background and interest in diverse project types, and an enthusiasm for contributing to all aspect of the work – specifically the ability to translate design direction into compelling ideas and document them, through a collaborative process with clients, consultants, and team members.


Base Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design or Architecture
Excellent design and technical skills
Fluency in Revit, SketchUp, and InDesign
Strong written and visual communication skills
Ability to independently manage priorities and workflow, while seeking input as needed.
Desired Qualifications

NCIDQ Preferred
Sustainable design credential(s) such as LEED, WELL, LFA
Knowledge of, or interest in learning about, Critical Race Theory or other anti-racist / equity frameworks
Proficiency in healthy materials evaluation and criteria
Experience using Enscape with Revit
Knowledge of healthy, safety and accessibility codes

Generate design studies based on conceptual and functional criteria
Contribute to collaborative and conceptual design dialogue
Assemble compelling and informative presentations
Participate in client presentations
Research and specify healthy materials appropriate for project
Develop and manage space plans and client programs
Produce construction documents
Collaborate with consultants and integrate their work into the drawings
Creation of furniture plans, specifications and bid documents
Assistance with furniture procurement
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