2 DESIGN FELLOWS (Oklahoma City, US)_updated
The Resilient Oklahoma program will address disaster vulnerabilities by providing communities throughout Oklahoma adopt best practices in resiliency and disaster preparedness. These trained professionals will lead public workshops to identify preparedness needs, available resources, and tailor community-specific solutions.
The one-year program will include three phases of implementation: community identification through outreach and assessments; technical services and training; and evaluation to measure and document impact and scalability.
Two Design Fellow opportunities are immediately available:
Reporting to the Program Manager, the Design Fellow will work with local rebuilding organizations and travel to communities to engage community residents in public workshops to identify preparedness needs, available resources and work to tailor a community-specific solution in vulnerable cities in Oklahoma.
– Licensed Architect
– Minimum 5 years of experience in design, construction documents and construction administration
– Demonstrated project and team management experience
– Strong, proven data visualization graphic design skills, including advance knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite
– Experience engaging with members of the community
– Experience with disaster reconstruction projects, preferred
– Oklahoma resident, preferred
– Familiarity with HTML and basic web skills, preferred
– LEED accreditation a plus
– Ability to work both independently and in collaborative settings
– Must demonstrate dependability, trustworthiness, initiative, diplomacy, patience, assertiveness, team-orientation attention to detail and ability to work under pressure of deadlines
– Regional travel required
Please send your CV and work samples to email@example.com. Please include Oklahoma Design Fellow in the subject field. In your email, please include 1 short writing sample (no more than 1,000 words), and work samples including architecture work and any relevant graphic design work (infographics, professional reports, or other relevant design projects).