locationsSeattle, WA, UStime typeFull timeposted onPosted 23 Days Agojob requisition idR-11603We are currently designing and delivering over 30 million sq ft. of Sciences Buildings globally, supporting developers, academic institutes, and corporate clients. Through our work with over 500 Science clients, including 23 of the top 25 life science clients, we are helping to redefine and reinvent how we think and design science facilities. This is supported by a self-funded Gensler Research Institute that supports and drives thought leadership and industry changing strategies to push not only the architecture industry forward, but our clients and their understanding of the built environment.Your Role Gensler’s Seattle office is looking for a Mid-Level Laboratory Planner with 5-10 years of experience, who will serve with regional impact in the offices in our Northwest Region. As a Gensler Lab Planner, you will have experience with pre-design, programming & laboratory planning and knowledge of specialty architectural environments. You are a experienced on the design and documentation of medium to large lab projects – which may include research and clinical labs, vivaria or other technical lab types. Utilizing exceptional client relationship skills and a portfolio of innovative design solutions with an emphasis on built work, you will work collaboratively across the Gensler Global Network.Apply today to join our robust team of innovative designers and thinkers to technically execute dynamic best-in-class sustainability-driven projects, lead the dialogue on design innovation, and nurture the next generation of life sciences design professionals.What You Will Do Work directly with clients, scientists, researchers and related end-users to develop laboratory design and planning strategies at all levels of detail, including new construction and renovations.Offer and support creative, sustainability-focused laboratory, technical design and detailing decisions that are in line with project goals, yet pushing the envelope beyond traditional approaches to lab design, particularly in private industry.Provide technical lab documentation. Follow verbal and written instructions to revise, develop and produce plans, elevations and details appropriately.Document production in accordance with identified project specific checklists, Gensler standards and QA/QC standard program.Day-to-day project work of laboratory projects from initial planning through constructionWork directly with Senior Lab Planners to participate in learning/training to advance your understanding of client programming and sciences expertise.Assist in the development of standard materials that describe the portfolio, systems, processes of Gensler’s Sciences Practice Area.Your Qualifications Bachelor’s degree or higher in Architecture with 5-10 years of related experience.Knowledge of laboratory programming delivery and how design impacts those systems –including space, operational, and equipment programming, as well as MEP systems and casework.Experience working directly senior management representatives, scientists, laboratory managers and technicians, facilities and project managers, and other project stakeholders in determining and documenting programmatic requirements.Demonstrable working technical knowledge and skill set to guide discussions for laboratory room/space development in conjunction with equipment and other technical attributes.Ability to work with end users to develop process flows, planning process and critical adjacencies of research and laboratory rooms for optimum efficiency and flexibility.Demonstrated commitment to sustainability and sustainable building practices required. Portfolios should include at least 1 project with this particular focus, and candidates should be prepared to talk to this in their interview, especially built projects with LEED, Living Building Challenge, WELL Building Standard , Fitwell and /or Net Zero Building certification.**The base salary will be estimated between $98,500 – $120,000 plus bonuses and benefits and contingent on relevant experience.Life at Gensler At Gensler, we are as committed to enjoying life as we are to delivering best-in-class design. From curated art exhibits to internal design competitions to Wellbeing Week, our offices reflect our people’s diverse interests.We encourage every person at Gensler to lead a healthy and balanced life. Our comprehensive benefits include medical, dental, vision, disability, wellness programs, flex spending, paid holidays, and paid time off. We also offer a 401k, profit sharing, employee stock ownership, and twice annual bonus opportunities. Our annual base salary range has been established based on local markets.As part of the firm’s commitment to licensure and professional development, Gensler offers reimbursement for certain professional licenses and associated renewals and exam fees. In addition, we reimburse tuition for certain eligible programs or classes. We view our professional development programs as strategic investments in our future.
Gensler is a global architecture, design, and planning firm with 52 locations across Asia, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and the Americas. Founded in 1965, the firm serves more than 3,500 active clients in virtually every industry. Gensler designers strive to make the places people live, work, and play more inspiring, more resilient, and more impactful.
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