Hello ArCHmembers, I think I’ve seen this position advertised several times in the past. Check it out if you’re looking:
As I recall, I do believe this job is Not what you might call a normal architectural position. I believe it is a diagnostic and technical problem solving position in the Atlanta area, where you would visit high-rises and other buildings (including sitting in a bosun’s chair and going up and down the exterior face of those buildings) to understand building envelope failures and create solutions for solving those problems. So if you have no fear of heights, enjoy getting into the nitty gritty of how to keep water out of structures, and aren’t passionate about designing high profile designery projects, this could be some steady & dependable employment.