Come Join Us


We are always looking to strengthen our team. Our success is based upon our ability to attract and retain talented people who have a passion for great design, strong technical knowledge, business acumen, or marketing/business development skills, and a desire to continue to learn and grow within a team environment. We provide a great sustainable work environment, competitive salary and excellent benefits, including RTD Eco Pass subsidy, parking subsidy, continuing education, professional development, licensing support (including paying for the A.R.E exam), LEED and WELL Building Accreditation support (including paying for the exam), NCIDQ Certification support (including paying for the exam) and we encourage participation in industry related professional associations (we pay membership dues for active participation at committee or board level). We offer opportunities for advancement and career opportunities for qualified and motivated individuals who can play a meaningful role in the future of the firm.

How to Apply

If you believe you are a good fit, we encourage you to contact us. Please e-mail the following to

  • a one-page cover letter indicating your interest, the specific position and office location you are interested in, and why you are best qualified for that position
  • your resume including specific dates of education degree(s) earned, and the start and end dates for each employer
  • examples of your work

Current Opportunities

Denver, CO


Are you ready for more responsibility and professional growth opportunity? Are you interested in helping to grow the healthcare studio of a firm? MOA ARCHITECTURE is looking to strengthen our ability to deliver outstanding healthcare services by adding a motivated Healthcare Project Architect with proven experience. The ideal candidate has a passion and commitment to the practice of architecture for healthcare facilities and understands the important part we play in successful outcomes for all constituents.

The position is focused on the Healthcare design, medical planning and technical execution of new construction, additions and renovations of healthcare facilities including acute and ambulatory care, and diagnostic/testing facilities.


The candidate will possess knowledge and experience in current healthcare design, planning strategies, and technical requirements, as well as the desire to actively seek new knowledge regarding the process, technology, and trends of delivering healthcare, and the design solutions related to these new trends.

  • Bachelor and/or Master’s Degree in Architecture from an NAAB accredited university
  • Licensed Architect
  • Minimum 7 years’ experience (with 5 specifically related to healthcare) in delivering healthcare architecture for acute and ambulatory care, diagnostic facilities (labs, imaging, testing), treatment and/or medical office.
  • EDAC Certification a plus.
  • Experience with Lean planning principals, Lean Certification a plus
  • LEED or WELL accreditation a plus


  • Has demonstrated experience in interior renovations, expansions and/or ground-up healthcare projects
  • Has experience leading or participating, and documenting client user group meetings, and programming
  • Has the ability to develop a comprehensive understanding of a client’s program, requirements, standards and policies for incorporation into the design solution and documents
  • Has experience and knowledge with commercial healthcare construction means and methods, building materials, systems and technologies
  • Has experience with the process of jurisdictional authority approvals: planning, building permit, local or state agency review, and other various agencies as may be required, including the Joint Commission, DFPC/CDPHE, and ICRA
  • Has experience and knowledge of detail application of ADA, building and life safety codes, standards, guidelines and other regulatory requirements for healthcare facilities
  • Has ddemonstrated technical proficiency in all phases of architectural delivery: design, production, specification coordination, construction phase services, and coordination with mechanical, electrical and life safety systems disciplines
  • Exhibits strong problem-solving skills, meticulous attention to detail
  • Is proficient in Revit Architecture, AutoCAD (a plus), and Bluebeam. SketchUp or other design/rendering software a plus.
  • Can work independently with minimal oversight, or work as a collaborating team member providing guidance and oversight to other team members.
  • Has strong organizational, communication, time management, and relationship management skills. Capable of managing multiple projects/tasks and competing deadlines
  • Is willing to listen, learn, and work well with others
  • Is efficient with quality (speed and accuracy) – is a highly flexible and capable “doer” – gets things done, on time, and gets it done right (checks their own work)
  • Can be a great representative of MOA to our staff, clients, consultants, contractors and other industry partners
  • Is mature, credible, trustworthy, likable, and comfortable in dealing with staff and others in the industry (exhibits professional and emotional maturity).


  • Primary or secondary MOA representative for a client
  • Space and functional programming
  • Existing facility evaluations, code compliance studies
  • Develop design solutions, present solutions and options
  • Produce and coordinate SD, DD and CD documentation
  • Manage bidding and construction phase services
  • May be production lead on some projects, or management lead on other projects
  • Seek new knowledge regarding the process, technology, and trends of modern healthcare delivery
  • Help grow the healthcare market sector, by strengthening existing and building new relationships with healthcare clients
  • May travel throughout the region (Wyoming and adjacent states) for project assignment responsibilities


Casper, WY

Thank you for your interest, however there are no open positions available at the Casper office at this time.