We're cove.tool. We're changing the world. We're willing to rethink everything to get buildings to net-zero carbon. We think differently and holistically about the architecture, engineering, and construction. We dream to do what others tell us is impossible and find connections where others do not.
We hire exceptional people who enjoy pushing themselves to stop climate change surrounding ourselves with people driven to do things the right way and act with integrity. Scientific accuracy and truthfulness is at our core. We don’t take shortcuts or hack things together.
Is this you? If so, we're glad you're here and we look forward to doing amazing things together. Let's do this!
Educate architects and engineers on the importance of performance modeling and data driven design. Guide firms towards best practices through webinars, targeted training sessions, conference papers, and more.
Provide thought leadership by publishing and curating articles, posts, and media for architects.
Establish standards and best practices for firms to get all their projects to the Architecture 2030 targets.
Required Skills - Apply if you meet 7 out of 11 of the items on the list.
Experience in building sustainability, architecture, or masters degree preferred. Case studies where you applied sustainable thinking to an architecture problem are highly desirable especially in a professional setting. Show us what you got!
Be a nice friendly person who cares about doing good for the world.
Graphic skills are highly important (you will be working with architects)
Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well. Writing is a part of changing someone’s mind.
Ability to multi-task, we are doing lots of cool things and you need to be flexible!
Curious, insightful, engaged, determined to make a difference.
Bachelor’s degree in architecture, mechanical engineering, sustainability, environmental science, or an equivalent combination of other studies.
Sustainability professional certifications (such as LEED, WELL, etc.), preferred but not required.
Master’s degree in architecture, sustainability, environmental science, or an equivalent combination of other studies preferred but not required.
Proficient in use of design software, such as Revit, Sketchup, Rhino, Grasshopper, Adobe Creative Suite, etc. Basically be tech savvy.
Licensed Architect in the United States preferred
What’s in it for you
1. Public transit pass
2. Competitive Pay
3. Work Life Balance
5. Paid vacation and sick leave
6. Health insurance options
7. Snacks, beer, team events
8. Atlanta’s cost of living is very low.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Bonus of up to $20,000 based on company sales targets
Stock Options available after 6 months
cove.tool is an end-to-end automated building design and analysis platform for architects, engineers, contractors, and owners. Easy to use and hyper fast, design teams make better decisions and coordinate net-zero carbon, cost, daylight, energy, glare, veiws, and more.