Wanted: Architect who loves design but is also looking for more balance in life


Spark Architecture is a Woman-owned B-Corp that brings expertise in human-centered design to projects and work culture.  Spark is guided by the values of Health, Clarity, Accountability, Learning and Excellence. 


We are looking for a person who can bring design excellence to projects of small and large budgets. You have a great sense of design and you know how to integrate a wide variety of requirements into beautiful design solutions. You see design opportunities in every action, but also have the ability to synthesize and complete the process. Your experience demonstrates familiarity with applying US Codes, products, standards, and costs. You can take on small and medium sized projects independently. 


Flexible 30 hour work week with full benefits

Possibility for remote work as long as you are willing to travel for project & periodic team meetings.

Generous Office Holidays, and PTO accumulating from Day1. 

Growth Opportunities

Live out your entrepreneurial spirit by being part of the core team that  shapes and grows this Public Benefit Corporation (B-Corp)

Opportunity to advance to the position of Director of Design as the firm grows. 

Leadership & Mentoring Opportunities

Financial Perks

Every additional hour (over 30)  paid 100%

Every additional hour (over 40)  paid 150%

Transparent pay scale with annual multiplier raises based on firm’s profit.

Reimbursement for professional memberships and license.



Possibility for remote work as long as willing to travel for project meetings

Great Falls, Montana


We want to hear from you! Reach out to Sophia@Spark-Architecture.com 


Sophia Sparklin

Growing up in a family with generations in medical practice, Sophia discovered her passion for architecture during an internship 1996. Since then Sophia received formal and informal education in Germany and the US. At Arizona State University she was honored by the Henry Adams Certificate for graduating on top of her (Master of Architecture) class in 2005.