March 21st, 2022

Architectural Co-op Student

At mcCallumSather, our clear purpose is the design of a more resilient world through the advancement of sustainable design intelligence. 

We live this each day, while located in the heart of Hamilton, a vibrant community, with a growing population of young professionals and exciting arts community. It’s an exciting time to work in this City and to be part of this team. As a growing, integrated design firm with a body of work stretching from Southern Ontario to the East Coast, with aspirations for a growing geographic reach, there is room to forge your own career path within this innovative team. We remain dedicated to continuous learning and having fun. 

From heritage to new construction, small community initiatives to multi-million dollar, one-of-a-kind projects, mcCallumSather remains relentlessly focused on achieving our clients’ goals guided by a commitment to design excellence and sustainable solutions. Employing a trusted integrated design process, mcCallumSather offers a range of services which fall under our architectural, mechanical engineering and interiors teams.


We are searching for an Architectural Co-op Student who has demonstrated design skills and are eager to assist in Schematic Design, Design and Design Development. During your time with us, you will work with professionals at all levels of the company including Principals, Architects, Intern Architects, Technologists and Interior Designers. Day-to-day, you will be hands-on in the research of similar project types to establish a design base and in researching building materials and finishes. Our ideal candidate must have strong Revit skills, the ability to use Sketch Up and other 3D rendering programs. Most importantly the projects you will be working on are ones with high impact; projects which can reshape a city, and ones which exemplify our commitment to sustainability.


  • Able to produce hand sketches 
  • Analytical and problem solving skills
  • Demonstrated understanding of sustainable design principles
  • An understanding of building systems
  • Able to prepare presentation materials
  • Sharp eye for graphic details



  • Sketch Up
  • AutoCAD
  • Revit
  • InDesign
  • Illustrator 



  • Must be able to commit to a minimum eight-month term
  • Preference given to students in their third or fourth year


We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.