Applicants should be highly motivated, be able to work within a team and have excellent design and communication skills. We aim for staff to be involved throughout the duration of a project to provide a sense of ownership for project staff and continuity of service to our clients.
We actively support part time student staff with a commitment to provide a range of experience and study tuition. We offer a range of benefits including paid RIBA & ARB subscriptions, and Part 1, 2 & 3 fees within a tailored salary.
Our office is an open and friendly working environment. Weekly whole office meetings provide a forum for debate and everyone is encouraged to comment on competitions and projects. Another area of much debate is the office play list with nearly all forms of music tolerated.
To be considered for vacancies at the practice, please send us your CV including examples of your work, by post or email (in pdf format) to firstname.lastname@example.org
We seek an experienced Architect to join our team and fulfil the role of project runner and design team coordinator on multiple projects. The position will be a key role in the development of design proposals from inception to completion, including mentoring of less experienced staff members and development of design concepts through Technical Design.
We seek an articulate, self-motivated health and safety advisor. The candidate in question will join an established architectural team and will play a key role in demonstrating that we have the skills, knowledge and experience to carry out the role of Principal Designer as defined by the CDM regulations.
We’re hiring two RIBA qualified Architects to join our team. Ideal applicants should have a broad range of working experience through RIBA Works Stages 1 - 7, the ability to lead within teams and work autonomously, have working experience of Revit and Auto-Cad, have excellent technical, design and presentation skills.