Design Professional Architect or Interior Designer: will consider all levels of ability including recent graduates

Stateline No. 7 Architects

Casper, Wyoming

Full time

$41.6-55k (hourly)

Architectural Intern

Jul 25

About the Job: Is this job for you?

Seeking motivated, goal-oriented, self-starter type interior designer or design professional architect with a thirst for learning all types of architecture and interior design.

Don't spend your career forgotten in a large firm doing stair details! Join a small design-focused firm that will give you the well-rounded experience and foundation for your career path. Learn and grow with us, explore new ways of thinking, and expand your capabilities!

  • You will be involved with design (from conception to completion) and graphics | renderings – 2D and 3D
  • You will be exposed to variety of project types
  • You will be involved directly with owners, engineers, contractors, and product reps.
  • You will be exposed to the construction process
  • You will be mentored (one-on-one) and learn all the facets of design:
  • The complete design process
  • Building codes
  • Cost estimating
  • Production drawings
  • Specifications
  • Construction administration
  • Participate in building / site walk throughs

About the Firm:

Stateline No. 7 Architects is an established firm centrally located in Casper, Wyoming. The firm is regularly recognized in the media for their work in redeveloping | developments within the urban cores across the region to promote urban revitalization, including two documentaries, over 90 articles, and several publications including their own published self-authored book. The firm has been recognized with design awards at both the State and Regional levels and one project has been published in ArchDaily, a worldwide circulating digital architecture magazine!

Stateline No. 7 Architects is composed of up to 7 trained and dedicated professionals including a rescued mix dog, whose focus is office morale. The firm is consciously organized horizontally rather than the traditional vertical hierarchy which allows the principals to be involved in all facets from conceptual design through construction administration, ensuring that design goals remain in focus and project objectives are obtained. This horizonal hierarchy of the firm also allows ALL employees to be valued – regardless of seniority – to provide suggestions that can better the firm.

The firm has gained respect and recognition for architecture that is sensitive to its environment and creatively integrated into its surroundings. And despite working in a region lacking historic tax credit incentives, the firm has found a niche in re-purposing existing buildings for adaptive reuse. One of these repurposed structures includes a historic, previously run-down warehouse structure that now serves as the firm’s offices.

The firm is deeply engaged in the community and the architecture profession. Firm culture actively encourages involvement in not only AIA, but in community architectural review committees, local boards, AIA Wyoming boards and committees, architectural speaking engagements, collaboration in architectural documentaries, hosting high school and other public tour groups, lectures, pro bono services, collaborating with higher educational entities for architectural research, participation in local community development forums and leading community charrettes.

Office culture is a tightknit office with group design discussions, weekly team meetings, family friendly, and encouragement of work/life balance.

Our Clients:

The firm has a wide range of experience in diverse building types, and we do not specialize in a particular project type.

Sustainability, environmental accountability, and energy efficiency in a “no nonsense” fashion has always been interwoven with our design, despite practicing in a region where the economy relies of fossil fuel extraction.

Additionally, the number of structures saved and repurposed, represents an immeasurable conservation of cultural resources and the preservation of our history for future generations.

Signature projects include: 

  • David Street Station
  • Art 321
  • the Casper State Office Building
  • FireRock Steakhouse
  • T Square
  • the Barn Loft
  • Old Stoney
  • M. R. Storefronts

About the Town:

Casper is Wyoming's' second-largest city with a population of approximately 60,000. Casper has big town visions with small town charm. Casper is geographically situated such that all of the following destinations are within a four-hour drive or less for convenient weekend get-aways:

  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Big Horn Mountains
  • Black Hills of South Dakota
  • downtown Denver
  • Deadwood
  • Jackson Hole
  • Grand Teton National Park
  • Rocky Mountains
  • several boating | fishing reservoirs
  • and more!

Casper boasts a championship golf course, a mountain ski area, the National Historic Trails Center, a nationally renown art museum, and is rich with western history along with plenty of outdoor fun with free community events at our own award-winning David Street Station, rodeos, concerts, boating, skiing, world-class fly fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, and even a white-water kayak course on the Platte River right in town! There are miles and miles of pathways winding thru town with plenty of opportunity for jogging, biking, or just a stroll on a nice day. Casper is a mid-sized town; away from the dense, overpopulated, expensive city-living!

Additional Perks:

  • Local breweries
  • No state income tax
  • Low sales tax (6%)
  • Maximum 10-15 minute commutes
  • Great schools (school of choice)
  • Affordable daycare
  • Low crime rates
  • Reasonably priced homes
  • Free parking is always available


  • $5,000 Signing Bonus: payable upon satisfactory completion of 90-day probation and agreement to remain at the firm for a minimum of three years OR alternatively a $2,000 moving expense bonus payable upon arrival with no commitment beyond a 90 day probationary period
  • Paid Holidays
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance are 100% paid
  • A simple IRA retirement plan where the employer matches your contributions
  • 100% of AIA dues paid if employee attends 50% of AIA meetings
  • IDP or AXP fees are 100% paid
  • Architectural Registration Examination and NCIDQ testing fees 100% paid
  • End-of-year bonuses

Additional Perks:

  • Paid time for lunch-n-learns, AIA Wyoming conferences, manufacturer/product tours, etc.
  • Firm lunches to celebrate birthdays, work anniversaries, etc.
  • End-of-year employee review to evaluate your progress
  • 10 days of vacation per year
  • 10 days of personal leave per year
  • 5-day work weeks
  • Minimum overtime hours except for project crunch time
  • Every day is jeans day
  • Huge work area / workstations with 3-monitor set up
  • New computers, new plotter, new copier – firm is committed to keeping up with technology
  • Option to work from home when necessary
  • Option to make up time and take longer weekends when schedules allow
  • Rotating office music with the ability to listen to your own music via earphones

How to apply?

  • Send a cover letter describing your interest in the position, the firm, the firm projects, the firm culture, and your ties to Wyoming and the region
  • Send your resume with your qualifications
  • Send a link to your digital portfolio

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Stateline No. 7 Architects

Published, award winning architecture, interior design and planning firm serving Wyoming and the greater region.