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When you join the IMO team, you’ll become part of a dynamic and forward-thinking architecture and design firm that fosters a collaborative environment where architects, designers, technical experts and other professionals work together to inspire the world. To apply for a position at IMO in Taipei, please submit your CV, portfolio (PDF format, maximum 8MB) and cover letter to our email address


Internship Opportunities

Every year, we welcome prospective internship candidates to join IMO team at our Taipei office. We are seeking individuals with proficiency in 3D modeling, visualization, and general design. Basic fluency in English is required for effective communication. We encourage interested candidates to reach out.


IMO Team

IMO’s goal is to create an organization that is capable of inspiring people. This includes how we get things done, how we cooperate and how we allow the best ideas to win, regardless of hierarchy. We envision a future where, when we look back, we are proud of our collective achievements and the remarkable journey we’ve undertaken as a team. This will be a journey in which we aspire to find fulfillment in the work we do and the incredible people we share it with. Work is a fundamental part of our daily lives, and we firmly believe that it should serve meaningful purposes. These core beliefs define the roles at IMO and drive our commitment to fostering friendships and meaningful connections.


Work Flow

IMO’s standard working hours are from 9:00 to 18:00 with a one-hour lunch break. We encourage our team members to maximize their productivity during these working hours and efficiently complete the daily tasks. Whilst we cannot guarantee that overtime work will never be necessary, we still believe that it should be occasional rather than habitual. Great design requires the full capacity of team members, which is achieved with a healthy routine, sufficient rest and enough sleep.



The CEO and Board of Directors are responsible for creating a set of guiding principles and beliefs that shape IMO’s mission, values, and approach to design.
The design team is the neural engine that makes IMO’s goal “To create and Inspire the World” possible. Our design team is a collective of creative minds that work together, not just on their specific tasks, but also on actively supporting and assisting colleagues with other tasks.


    • Project Leader 
A Project Leader supervises and coordinates the entire project from conception to completion, communicating smoothly with engineers, other professionals and government officials. A Project leader also takes part in 2D and 3D tasks when required to make sure that the design solutions meet IMO’s design standards all while adhering to client requirements, budget constraints, and regulatory compliance.


    • Architectural Designer


3D Architect 

A 3D Architect designs and creates 3D models, rendering files, animations, and visualizations of architectural designs. When necessary, the 3D Architect will provide support in creating 2D drawings, ensuring 3D concepts are accurately represented in 2D.


2D Architect

A 2D Architect produces architectural drawings, including floor plans, elevations, sections, and construction details with CAD Drafting. When required, they also assist with 3D drawing modeling to ensure a smooth integration of 3D and 2D elements so that the design meets local building codes and regulations.


Senior 2D Architect

A Senior 2D Architect additionally possesses in-depth technical knowledge and expertise in construction methods and materials, with focus on the meticulous development of construction documents and specifications. They play a pivotal role in enhancing the quality and success of architectural projects.


    • Licensed Architect
At IMO, a Licensed Architect not only participates in the design process throughout all stages of the project but also has the main responsibility of ensuring that the projects run smoothly in order to obtain the required permits in accordance with all local regulations.

The Financial Director develops financial strategies that align with the company’s vision and goals that guarantee long-term financial stability. They provide financial analysis and recommendations to support decision-making.
    • Admin Director
The Admin Director is responsible for office management, providing efficient and accurate administrative supports to ensure the smooth operations of the company. They are familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, procedures and time sensitive materials.
    • Admin Assistant
The Admin Assistant ensures that the workplace is well-maintained, organized, and equipped with the necessary resources and supplies. They implement administrative policies and procedures to enhance office efficiency and security in compliance with regulations. They maintain and organize important documents and records, both in physical and digital formats, to ensure easy access and retrieval.

Human Resource Officer

The Human Resource Officer is involved in decisions regarding hiring, compensation, and training programs to new employees, making sure that the company has the right talent in place. They develop and maintain company policies, including those related to employment, conduct, and safety.
    • Marketing Director

The Marketing Director promotes the brand image, vision, and philosophy of IMO by developing and executing marketing strategies to reach the right clients.


    • Marketing Specialist
The Marketing Specialist generates content such as blog posts, articles, visual templates, and videos to showcase the company’s latest activities and projects. They oversee the company’s website content to ensure it is user-friendly and up to date. They also evaluate the outcomes of marketing campaigns and the overall client relationship management process through a comprehensive CRM system.
The Legal Director is responsible for protecting the company’s legal interests, managing legal risks, providing guidance and setting policies to ensure that the company’s operations and projects are in full compliance with the law.
The IT Director manages IT infrastructure, including networks, workstations, and software applications to facilitate efficient teamwork and project coordination. They provide technical support for software applications used by architects and designers, as well as maintain multiple hardware devices.