Young West London Practice is looking for a Project Architect to join a small quirky team on housing and commercial projects.
Project Architect for Large Mixed-use Housing and Commercial UK Project
Salary Guide: £38,000 – £48,000
A young West London based practice seeks a talented, experienced Project Architect looking to join a small team in their cool and quirky office to work on a newly one masterplan project of amazing design led and technical mixed use scheme not far from London, including residential housing, retail and leisure.
The role is for an experienced part III with a minimum of 4 years post RIBA or ARB. The candidate would ideally be proficient using Vectorworks (or willing to pick this up quickly) and have good working knowledge of UK building regulations, including working with councils to take projects through planning efficiently.
The candidate should meet the following criteria:
- Should be a qualified ARB/RIBA Architect, with at least four years post qualification.
- Should have experience working in London on residential housing or mixed use projects with great attention to detail. The initial project they will be working on, is a masterplan project, so experience on similar scale work would be beneficial.
- This role will include being client facing and so presentation skills are key.
- Should be an experienced Vectorworks user having used this software on live projects from 0-7.
This awesome practice is based in West London and the studio itself a quirky spot surrounded by nature. The practice seeks to continue growing, providing an opportunity for those looking for roles where in-house promotion is supported. This is a small team of five, so offers a real hand on family feel practice so great for those seeking to take on responsibility and make a change in a growing team.
A competitive package is offered as well as fantastic life/work balance.
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