There are a variety of architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs right now. The most exciting openings include chief executive at the Serpentine gallery and a graphic design role at Marcel Wanders.
The Serpentine Gallery is seeking a chief executive to lead its team in London. Japanese architect Junya Ishigami is behind this year's Serpentine Pavilion, a sloping canopy made out of 61 tonnes of Cumbrian slate.
Dutch designer Marcel Wanders is behind the Andaz Hotel in Amsterdam, which is filled with furniture and objects that reference the city's heritage and the Dutch Golden Age. Marcel's studio is hiring a graphic designer to join its team.
dRMM has an opportunity for a Part 2 architectural assistant to join its firm in London. The studio's most notable project to date is the Stirling Prize-winning Hastings Pier, a revived seaside pier in southeast England, which features a visitor centre clad in salvaged wooden boards.
De Reus Architects has designed a family home in Hawaii, which is made up of a series of seven pavilions linked by external corridors and gardens. The firm has an opening for an architectural designer to join its studio in Idaho.
Neil Dusheiko is looking for a qualified architect or Part 2 architectural assistant to join its studio in London. The architect has updated a Victorian property in Stoke Newington, which features an oak wall of storage, designed to display an assortment of ceramics and glassware.