VOLUNTEER ARCHITECT (Londres, UK/Nepal)
Article 25 is an international development and disaster relief charity based in central London. As the UK’s leading architectural aid charity we design, manage and deliver sustainable buildings in areas affected by disaster, poverty and need. We believe that by making our skills and designs available where they are most needed, but rarely available, we can make a real difference in helping communities meet their basic needs and create a healthier society.
We are currently seeking a motivated and experienced architect with a passion for international development to work on Article 25’s projects in Nepal. Based in Article 25’s London office, this position will involve travel to Nepal.
ARCHITECT/PROJECT MANAGER/ENGINEER (Yangon, MM)
Article 25 is an NGO team of construction professionals designing built solutions in post-disaster and post-war locations throughout the world.
– post-earthquake school reconstruction in Haiti.
– children’s hospital in Morocco
– prototype child friendly school in Burkina Faso
– earthquake resistant housing construction in Pakistan
PROJECT ARCHITECT / ENGINEER (Haití)
Article 25 is looking for a project architect/engineer volunteer to oversee the construction and delivery of clean water and sanitation facilities for two schools in Haiti.
STUDIO VOLUNTEER INTERN (San Francisco, US)
Architecture for Humanity is seeking a candidate to help our studio staff with program support with an emphasis on graphic design but will include reporting administration, research, written correspondence, and more. Excellent communications and demonstrated graphic skills are necessary. This position is ideal for an outgoing, independent and proactive individual who has a passion for humanitarian design, and will be eager to jump in and work with different studio members as needed.
This internship will provide an opportunity to work in a diverse, fast-paced environment, while improving upon their graphic, communications and research skills, and learning how our organization operates at the headquarters level.
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.
VOLUNTEER PROJECT MANAGEMENT INTERN (Bogotá, CO)
Since March of 2012 Architecture for Humanity has partnered with Enel Cuore Onlus on a program that will build capacity in communities affected by considerable poverty and social disadvantage. The program consists of 7 community infrastructure projects in 4 countries in Latin America and 3 countries in Europe, across both rural and urban areas.
The Latin America team seeks a member with design and construction knowledge, understanding of construction administration, strong graphic design skills, and an interest in grant research and writing, to assist us at the Bogotá field office.
VOLUNTEER GRAPHIC DESIGN / RECONSTRUCTION & RESILIENCY STUDIO INTERN (S.Francisco, US)
Architecture for Humanity’s Reconstruction and Resiliency Studio includes the Haiti Reconstruction Program, Japan Rebuilding Program, Hurricane Sandy Reconstruction Program, Rebuild Moore Program, and Disaster Resiliency Program.
The studio requires a team member with design and construction knowledge, understanding of construction administration, strong graphic design skills, and an interest in grant research and writing. The intern will have the opportunity to work closely with Program managers and learn about disaster resiliency and reconstruction, while developing their skills in graphic design and research.