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KZF Design is Hiring for Multiple Positions in Cincinnati! Posted by admin on 09/9/14 in Green Building Jobs

KZF is currently looking to fill multiple positions in their Cincinnati office. USGBC Members and LEED Accredited Professionals (LEED APs) with experience working for consulting A/E firms are encouraged to apply. Current career opportunities include:

  • Senior Electrical Engineer
  • Electrical Designer/Engineer
  • Marketing/Proposal Coordinator
  • Civil┬áDesigner/Engineer

This is an excellent time to join an established interdisciplinary Architecture and Engineering firm with a growing team of design professionals. Excellent salary and benefits.

Visit for position descriptions, requirements and other information. Email cover letter and resume to

About KZF Design
“KZF Design is an interdisciplinary design firm whose professionals are dedicated to helping our clients achieve their strategic goals. We are focused on delivering high performance projects in both the public and private sectors, with specific expertise in Education, Transportation, Commercial, Industrial, Government, Justice and Workplace design.

We Believe in the Promise of Design.
We Deliver on the Promise.

We are one of the Midwest’s premier design firms with over 60 staff in downtown Cincinnati. For 58 years, our award-winning designs and technical expertise have contributed to the built environment and created regional landmarks across the US and internationally.

Significant projects of recent note include services provided to the following projects and clients: Ohio State University, University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, Great American Insurance Group, the Contemporary Arts Center and Cincinnati Art Museum, United States Army, Air Force and Navy, US Department of Justice, Zumbiel Packaging, Greater Cincinnati MSD, the City of Cincinnati and Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren Counties.

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KZF Design is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No recruiter calls please.”

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