639 Front Street, Floor 1
San Francisco, CA 94111






Quezada Architecture, a multi-disciplinary design firm based in San Francisco, is currently seeking qualified candidates to join our diverse and talented team. Our work spans a wide range of sectors including commercial, residential, and health & wellness. Our ideal candidates are creative, collaborative, self-motivated, positive and flexible, with strong verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must have both the requisite experience and a passion for progressive/modern design, exceptional design sensibility and are very organized. Oh, and a good sense of humor is mandatory!

Intermediate Interior Designer / Architect

Job Summary

The Intermediate Interior Architect / Designer will work closely with senior staff to design and document the concept, layout, finishes, furniture and equipment for projects, as well as work on visualizing spaces for internal and client review. We are looking for someone who is creative, articulate, organized, and responsible with experience in high-end commercial office interiors and hospitality. Experience in residential and other sectors is also valued.


Bachelor’s Degree or higher from an accredited Interior Design, Interior Architecture or Architecture Program.


5-10 years of related experience working in a design studio in a similar position.

Qualifications, Skills and Software

• Hand sketching skills

• Familiarity with Building Codes and ADA

• Familiarity with modern furniture lines, desking solutions, and finish vendors

• Revit 2018 (mandatory)

• AutoCAD 2018

• SketchUp (mandatory)

• MS Office (mandatory)

• Adobe InDesign & Photoshop (mandatory)

• Illustrator

• Enscape and V-Ray rendering skills


• Collaborating with team in the design conceptualization and development of the project through hand sketches, SketchUp or Revit models and Adobe Creative Suite tools.

• Assisting the team with space planning and furniture layouts

• Selecting finishes for review and use in project

• Developing graphics for custom carpets, fabrics and print media

• Preparing project presentation materials such as boards, books, PowerPoints, and 3D mockups

• Attending client meetings to present design concepts

• Assisting in sub-consultant coordination as it pertains to interior design to maintain the integrity of the design intent

• Developing and maintaining vendor relationships to develop sources for project materials

• Maintaining materials library current

• Assembling information from vendors and entering information into specification forms

• Documenting finishes on construction documents and specifications

• Construction Administration duties including answering RFIs, reviewing shop drawings, and leading site observations

• Other responsibilities as assigned

Project Architect / Intermediate Architect

Job Summary 
This position requires an individual who is experienced in the design and technical nuances of architecture. This is a key position in our firm where you will be collaborating on the design, documentation and consultant coordination on a wide array of project types. Experience in landscape design and/or urban planning a plus but not mandatory. More importantly, we are looking for someone who has experience in the design of complex projects as well as in all aspects of the project delivery process. 

Bachelor’s Degree or higher from an accredited Architecture Program

5+ years of related experience working in a design office 

Qualifications, Skills and Software
• Must be able to initiate and create technical drawings for the SD, DD and CD phases of project documentation
• Revit 2018 (mandatory)
• AutoCAD 2018 (mandatory)
• Sketch-Up (mandatory)
• Bluebeam (mandatory) 
• MS Office (mandatory)

• Collaborating with team in the concept phase to development of the approach to the project
• Assist in generating concept designs for both buildings and interiors and develop designs through all phase of documentation and construction 
• Clash detection and manage efforts for Design/Build trades Managing and preparing technical documentation of projects
• Collaborates with other staff on workflow optimization between technical drawings and 3D visualizations Keeping current with software upgrades
• Attending client presentations and meetings Preparing and issuing Bid Documents
• Keeping current with software upgrades
• Assisting in Construction Administration 

If you do not fit ALL of the above criteria, please do not apply. Please forward a PDF of your resume and portfolio via e-mail to Evidence of proficiency and portfolio will be reviewed. Please, no phone calls.

What’s in it for you?

QA is a medium-ish design firm working on large, high profile projects in SF. You will be part of a fun, high-energy and smart team dedicated to advancing great design. QA offers a generous benefits package including health, dental, vision, and chiropractic care as well as 401k and long term disability coverage. We enjoy what we do and we enjoy doing it together!

General Requirements

All work is to be done on premises in our San Francisco office. Salary will be commensurate with experience.  Applicants MUST be currently residing in the United States and hold a valid US passport, green card, or work visa. If you do not fit ALL of the job criteria, please do not apply.

To Apply

Email with your resume and / or a link to your portfolio.
Please no phone calls.