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Why Work At Interactive Resources?

Glad you asked!

There are a lot of things to consider when evaluating your employment options, but the bottom line is that you'll be spending a lot of hours at your job so you'd better like working there. Interactive Resources is a great place to work - our current average length of employment is 11.4 years.

  • Competitive Compensation & Benefits
  • Our employees receive medical insurance (a variety of providers at minimal cost to the employee), dental insurance, disability insurance, life insurance, 401(k) plan, and profit sharing.

  • Ongoing Career Development
  • In addition to receiving on-the-job training and mentoring, our employees attend expense-paid seminars and courses. Our in-house seminar program provides employees with an opportunity to earn their continuing education credits on site.

  • Interesting Projects
  • In addition to providing traditional architectural and engineering design services, Interactive Resources is a multidisciplinary firm that specializes in helping clients solve particularly difficult and aggravating problems, such as those involving building defects, construction claims, and evaluation of existing structures. Our wide variety of project types are challenging and interesting to work on.

  • Outstanding Location
  • Interactive Resources is located in the East San Francisco Bay Area. Working in Point Richmond is ideal for staff members who live in Marin or East Bay cities. Some of our staff members have lived in San Francisco and were able to enjoy the reverse commute or a beautiful ferry ride to the office. Few Bay Area residents have an easy commute and get free parking - our staff enjoys both!

  • Extra Perks
  • Interactive Resources pays annual Professional Registration Expenses. The firm also often pays for the dues for professional society memberships.

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    Why Work At IR?

    "I like the fact that my company has a non-corporate atmosphere. It feels more like a family than a corporation. Thatís probably because families work here"
    George Namkung

    "I like that the owners think itís important to have the latest, updated computer programs."
    Jamie Brown