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What makes working at HMC so rewarding?

Meaningful projects, enriching professional relationships, opportunities for growth, doing what you love.

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Meaningful work

We primarily design healthcare and education projects, which means your work will impact the lives of patients, doctors, students and teachers. Now, that’s a valuable group.

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Professional development

Whether you’re fresh out of architecture school or a seasoned pro, we provide and encourage opportunities for you to grow and prosper.

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Work/life balance

We’re firm believers in a healthy work/life balance, and we offer an alternative work schedule that gives you every other Friday to live large.

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Xref travel fellowship

Since 2007, we’ve been sending employees to far-flung corners of the world to experience new cultures, broaden perspectives and explore—and then share their stories with us.

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Work with perks

Health

Medical, dental and vision insurance, pre-tax flex spending accounts for medical, dependent care and transportation.

Retirement

401(k) plan with employer match, employee stock ownership plan.

Financial protection

Employer-sponsored life insurance and long- and short-term disability insurance.

Work/life balance

Alternate workweek schedules, paid holidays, paid time off for vacation and illness.

Exercise

On-site gym, bikes, basketball and ping pong (Ontario location).

Caffeine fix

We’re making and drinking coffee all day, five days a week.

Xref Travel Fellowship

Two employees per year are awarded $4,000 travel stipends and 40 hours of paid time off to explore the world and then share their experience with the entire firm.

Office shenanigans

We’ve been known to host extraordinary events such as our own Office Olympics, ping-pong tournaments and paper airplane design contests.

Halloween

It’s kind of a big deal around here. Plan on wearing a costume to work and submitting a pumpkin to the carving contest.