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The Job Search Service was very helpful for my architecture job hunt. I just accepted my first job offer, thanks to all of the help from Brandon. It has been a long and thrilling story and I really appreciate what I have learned from the experience. I have recommended The Architect’s Guide services to my friends looking to advance their architecture careers. I hope that by sharing the encouragement I received, it will be helpful to others looking to benefit from what Brandon provides.
— Yuchen S., San Francisco
I really appreciated all the time and energy Brandon dedicated to crafting the job search listings. With his help and all the resources on The Architect’s Guide website, I have successfully found a job working as a Junior Designer.
— Ashley C., Irvine, CA

What is the Architecture Job Search Service?

The Architect's Guide Architecture Job Search Service is a monthly subscription in which I leverage my network of recruiters and hiring managers to find great architecture jobs that are never advertised. I also dig through thousands of my weekly emails, posts and job boards to find the best architecture jobs for you.

Every Monday morning I email you this personally curated collection of architecture jobs. These will be opportunities in cities across the U.S., ranging from 0-10 years of experience. 

In addition, I intentionally limit the size of the list which automatically reduces your competition. Since you will be an exclusive member, it greatly increases your chances for an interview. 

I used Brandon’s information to help secure a job in the first week of my job search right out of school at the only firm I really wanted to work for in NYC. I appreciate his work and how helpful he has been to me personally.
— Sanger C., New York

This week only, get a special discount when you subscribe.

Sign up now for just $47 per month. (Normally $100 / month).

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Not just another job board

After receiving so much feedback from my audience on your frustrations with the architecture job search, I decided to create a service to help. 

What is the hardest part of getting a great job in architecture?

Answer: actually finding these jobs. 

First of all, it is estimated that 70% of jobs are not advertised.

So how are you supposed to find these jobs?

I am happy to say I accepted a fantastic job offer this week. Time to pack!
— Annie Y., Chicago

Everyone will tell you (including me) the key to finding an architecture job is to build your network.

"Get out there and meet people!"

Unfortunately this is much easier said than done, especially if you are just starting out.

To solve this problem for you, I have created a service by leveraging my network of architecture employers, recruiters and contacts from across the country. I have spent over a decade building my network that I now want to share with you.

Note: Currently, I am only offering this service for architecture jobs in the United States. 

So why should you pay to use my service?

After all, there are plenty of free job boards on the web.

Because I provide a valuable service that you won’t find anywhere else and I am 100% focused on your architecture job search.

Why I offer this as a subscription service:

Find Architecture Jobs Faster, Easier, and Safer

I spend hours searching and reaching out to recruiters and hiring managers all over the U.S. to find the diamonds in the rough: the professional-level, legitimate, architecture job opportunities you are looking for.

Also because of this site, I receive hundreds of requests asking if I can find people for amazing open positions in architecture firms. Now I can finally share these with you.

How does this make your job search faster, easier, and safer?

I’ve just accepted a job in NYC and I’m looking forward to what it brings.
— Jon M., New York

Faster:

You can stop spending hours every week sorting through architect software developers and other irrelevant listings. With my job service, you’ll spend less time searching and more time submitting great applications.

Easier:

No need to visit dozens of sites each week. The best architecture jobs in the country, pre-screened, legitimate listings will be delivered straight to your inbox every week. 

No more digging for hiring manager contact information or sending to a black hole online portal. I give you the direct contact information (name and email) for each open position. 

Safer: 

I personally screen every job and company before it’s sent out, making your search scam-free and ad-free, guaranteed. 

I ensure every company and every job listing is legitimate. It is estimated that for every one real job found, there are 60-70 scam jobs.

You can have peace of mind knowing that I have personally verified every posting.

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What will you get?

Every Monday morning I will email you my personally curated collection of architecture jobs. These will be jobs in cities across the U.S., ranging from 0-10 years of experience. 

So why put off taking your architecture career to the next level?

"Thanks to Brandon's qualified help and support, I got a job in New York City and just started working as a Junior Architect. I would definitely recommend his service to anyone who wants to up their architecture career game! Thanks again!"

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—Surabhi G., New York, NY

For a limited time, sign up now for just $47 per month. (Normally $100 / month). Cancel anytime. 

The Architect’s Guide resources have been a tremendous help to me while job hunting over the past few months. I think it’s an understatement to say the content definitely helped me find an awesome job two months ago.
— Anitha D., New York

Satisfaction Guaranteed, Or Get a Full Refund

If you are unsatisfied for any reason, I offer a Satisfaction Guarantee. I want all of my subscribers to feel their membership is of value to them.

If I don’t live up to that, simply cancel your subscription and request a refund, no questions asked.

For any questions please feel free to contact me at brandon@thearchitectsguide.com

Thank you!

—BRANDON

Brandon Hubbard, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C