COME WORK FOR US!
Although we're not actively hiring at the moment, we might be tomorrow! Our workload can change from one day to the next, and thus we're always scouting out good talent. So go ahead and introduce yourself.
Our firm, like our work, has evolved and matured. We endeavor to provide a casual, nurturing environment with enough structure and organization to foster creativity, professionalism and profitability. Our expectations are high. We expect that in joining our staff you will become an important addition to our firm. Your participation and contribution, not only in the making of architecture, but in the “family” of BRS, is extremely important to our success.
Click the "Positions at BRS" tab to the right to get an idea of the roles for which we typically hire, visit our Culture page, and follow us on Facebook if you'd like to learn more about what it’s like to work at BRS. And to get a feel for the awesome and ever-growing community in which we work, watch this video: TAXI by Zeppelin.
Shoot over your resume and a quick note on why you'd be interested in joining our team to the lovely Principal Katie Barnes, who handles our HR (among a few other things).
TEAM UP WITH US!
We make a great teaming partner because we’ve done it on numerous projects in locations throughout the country. Through this experience we’ve developed a clear, well-structured plan for the division of responsibilities among all parties involved, resulting in a truly collaborative team effort. See what BRS Partner Steve Blackburn and SFS Architecture Principal Kerry Newman have to say about the collaboration between our firms.
Yes, you can bring your canine companion to work! If you don't have one, you can always pretend by borrowing someone else's.
Health, Dental & Disability
We've got you covered no matter what the emergency, so you can come to work with peace of mind.
A well managed portfolio and a contribution matching plan... well... to match.
PTO & Holidays
We wouldn't want you to be overworked now, would we? Everyone needs a little R&R.
Monthly Art Shows
How better to appreciate art than with beer, wine and snacks?
A project manager at BRS is someone whose primary focus is the out-of-house game. This person's job is to manage project resources: people and budgets. A PM is passionate about communication. Maintaining good communication with the BRS job captain, principals, consultants and clients as well as the public and City Council is key to this role, similar to that of a representative or spokesperson.
A job captain/project architect (depending on state of licensure) at BRS is someone whose primary focus is the in-house game. This person's job is to manage the process for the product. A JC/project architect is passionate about the design documentation for the project. Creating what is needed to describe the building to the client and contractor—design products, coordinated systems, appropriate information, etc.—is paramount to this role.
Mark Rosenshein, LEED® AP
"Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture’s expertise with recreational design, their collaborative style, and willingness to roll up their sleeves and work together with TAT made the partnership a real success." [on our partnership with The Architectural Team, Inc. (TAT) on Kroc Boston]
Kevin Corbett, Director of Kansas Parks and Recreation
“The team of SFS and BRS bring innovative collaboration, specialized expertise and a strong desire to understand and deliver the client’s vision. Outstanding project management skills and follow-up can be expected when working with this team.” [on our partnership with SFS Architecture on the Olathe Community Center]
Richard M. Fletcher, AIA, NCARB
“BRS was wide open to design ideas. They were completely flexible in dividing the scope of work and the fee, and they fairly credit our firm in publications and design award submissions.” [on our partnership with Cheatham Fletcher Scott (CFS) Architects on Kroc Augusta]
Kevin W. Jester, AIA
“We established a very transparent, open and creative team with a common goal of meeting our clients’ vision and needs. BRS brought with them the technical capabilities to communicate design concepts in a way that invited the valued participation of the owner’s representatives.” [on our partnership with Architects West Inc. on Kroc Coeur d’Alene]
Todd J. Moore, PE
“As the project manager of the design team, I can say that the collaborative effort between our firm and Barker Rinker Seacat could not have been better. If you are looking for a partnership with an architect that brings a vast amount of knowledge, design and communication skills, I would highly recommend Barker Rinker Seacat.” [on our partnership with Architechnics, Inc. on Kroc Quincy]
John W. Dick, AIA
“We found BRS very easy to work with and flexible when it comes to splitting the work effort. The result was that both firms had a collaborative role in all phases of the work–not just a “hand-off” when their part was done. BRS has exhibited a high level of design talent and professionalism throughout the process, and our entire office has enjoyed working with you and your staff.” [on our partnership with Dick & Fritsche Design Group, Inc. (DFDG) on Kroc Phoenix]
Garth Brandaw, AIA
“BRS always offered helpful input and listened to our concerns throughout the course of the project. This seamless communication translated into integrated work of the highest quality. I believe this inclusive process presented well to our client and community leaders. As a result, the award winning project was a tremendous community success.” [on our partnership with CB|Two Architects on Kroc Salem]