Architectural Job Captain

Hybrid Position (In Office - 2 Days Per Week) - Reports To: Sr. Architectural Project Manager & Team Lead


Administer and Guide
As the Architectural Job Captain, you’ll lead design projects, ensuring adherence to building codes and specifications. Under the Project Manager and Architect’s direction, you’ll manage technical designs and documents using software like Revit, Bluebeam, Revu, and AutoCAD; driving projects from concept to construction with a focus on compliance and design integrity.

Coordinate and Communicate
In this role, you’ll be the key liaison between project teams, clients, and consultants, discerning project requirements and guiding designs to meet client approval. You’ll collaborate with Architectural Project Managers, and other members of the team to help manage the project’s documentation requirements, timeline, and you’ll streamline communication while ensuring project milestones are achieved efficiently.

Ensure Excellence, Integration, and Compliance
Your dedication to quality will see you verifying documentation accuracy, and ensuring project compliance, implementing Project Manager QA / QC reviews. You’ll deliver contract documents, and guarantee that architectural designs are perfectly integrated with all project aspects, leading to exemplary finished projects.

Grow Forward
We’re hiring someone who will roll up their sleeves and add value on day one, but we also believe in the potential of every employee. We want you to grow, we want you to have a growth mindset, and we’ll look to support that growth with the opportunity to work with industry veterans on a wide scope of projects. We see this role as key to helping us expand of our service offerings as we seek to deliver an increasingly holistic approach to storytelling that lifts the Spirit.


You are accountable for ensuring smooth project navigation from concept to completion.

  • Exhibit flexibility, kindness, and a willingness to learn. Yep, that’s the top of the list!
  • You’re the go-to person who administrates our architectural projects, and ensures the project follows building codes.
  • You’ll interact and consult with our clients to discern a project’s specifications and you’ll help guide the interpretation and direction of designs.
  • You’ll prepare and submit drawings and renderings for approval and cross-collaborate with the team and make needed corrections.
  • You’ll be able to use construction modeling software like AutoCAD, Revit, and others to create schematics.
  • You’ll demonstrate an ability to work on multiple projects concurrently, with the confidence to multi-task and delegate as required.
  • You’ll visit architectural work sites and take measurements of structures and spaces if necessary.
  • You’ll review drawings for accuracy and ensure construction documents reflect as-built conditions.
  • You’ll work to ensure the architectural team’s alignment with the studio’s strategic priorities.
  • You’ll contribute to a positive work culture and uphold our core values.


Skills and Qualifications

  • You have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in architectural design, building codes, and construction documentation.
  • Throughout your career, you have consistently demonstrated a keen eye for detail, coupled with strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Your expertise shines through as a rock star in Revit, Bluebeam, Revu and AutoCAD
  • Exhibit excellent verbal and written communication skills in English, ensuring effective and clear conveyance of ideas and information.
  • Highlight strong interpersonal skills, emphasizing your commitment to fostering positive relationships within the team, thereby contributing to a collaborative and productive work environment.
  • You’ve got some experience working with projects involving churches, non-profit, or faith based organizations.
  • You’re able to work in our main office in Corona, California two days out of the week (Thursdays, and Fridays).
  • You like forests, but you love trees! You have the uncanny ability to see the big picture but the detail orientation not to miss the small things that make or break a package.
  • You possess Jedi-level knowledge of CAD-based systems (Autodesk Architecture 2019 preferred), Revit, and Microsoft Windows-based applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • If you have 3-D modeling experience, that would be amazing, but not required.
  • You have proficient knowledge of many federal, state, and local building codes and how to navigate regulations.
  • Your prioritization skills are breathtaking!
  • While you can carry a lot on your own, you enjoy having a pack and work well on team.
  • You have the ability to provide advice and recommendations in an informed and confident manner.
  • You build teams. It’s one of the things you’re most proud of.
  • You have exceptional written and verbal communication skills. You love closing the loop and ensuring project leaders have pertinent information to manage client expectations. Bonus points for a sense of humor!
  • You have an EQ that matches or supersedes your IQ — we hire just as much, if not more, based on values than strictly intellect or ability. If you’re humble, hungry, and servant- hearted—you’ve found your people!
  • You see feedback as a means to growth rather than criticism.
  • You love this whole themed entertainment industry thing!
  • You’ll be highly comfortable and enthusiastic working on our cause and Christian faith- based projects which we do through our PlainJoe brand.
  • You’re fluent in English—equally able to write or present.

Storyland Studios is an equal opportunity employer. We value and celebrate people and honor their individual stories. We believe differences broaden our perspective, strengthen our team and enable us to produce a better product. We do not discriminate based on age, race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, disability, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable law.

Interior Designer

Hybrid Position - Reports To: Interior Design Lead

We are seeking an Interior Designer to join our diverse and growing team. In this role, you will play an integral part in conceptualizing, designing, and implementing extraordinary interior spaces that deliver immersive experiences that Lift the Spirit. You will work closely with our talented team of designers, architects, and engineers on projects that range from mixed-use, to corporate offices, houses of faith, themed entertainment projects, hotels, museum’s, restaurants and retail spaces.

Primary Responsibilities

Vast Project Reach, with a Focus: Over the course of your time with us, you will have the opportunity to work on the design of interior spaces for multiple project types, including themed entertainment projects, however much of the focus of this position is related to more traditional architectural spaces for hospitality and mixed-use projects.

Design Documentation: Provide design documentation in various forms such as graphic illustration, imagery boards, color renderings, research, and technical documentation for assigned projects, including specifications of all materials and furnishings through each phase of design and production.

Technical Tasks: Perform various technical tasks including color & material design, REVIT support, and furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E) design and specifications.

Creative Conceptualization: Consistently bring innovative and appropriate ideas, designing elements that fit the space for maximum impact.

Space Planning: Provide expert support for space planning and broad spatial organizational concepts, specifying materials, systems, equipment, and furniture.

Client Interaction and Presentation: Support and deliver client presentations in conjunction with Producers and other Creative Leaders.

Trend Analysis: Regularly follow trends in Hospitality, Architecture, Themed-Attractions and Interior Design.

Cross-Team Collaboration: Collaborate across teams and departments with ease.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design, Architecture, or related field.
  • 3+ years of professional experience in interior design, with a focus on mixed-use, churches, hospitality, and/or retail environments.
  • Proficiency in design software such as Revit, SketchUp, Adobe Creative Suite, etc. Exceptional creative and technical design skills.
  • Strong understanding of construction methodologies, materials, and regulatory compliance.
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively in a team environment, and to communicate effectively with clients and stakeholders.
  • A portfolio that demonstrates a range of creative and technical work.


  • NCIDQ, LEED, or other related industry certifications.
  • An understanding of the church related architecture and programming.
  • Some experience with immersive and interactive design elements and thematic showset design.

Storyland Studios is an equal opportunity employer. We value and celebrate people and honor their individual stories. We believe differences broaden our perspective, strengthen our team and enable us to produce a better product. We do not discriminate based on age, race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, disability, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable law.