Architect or experienced Part II

£30000.00 - £40000.00 per annum
05 Oct 2016
02 Nov 2016
Kirsty Rossell
Job Type
Part 3

An Architect or experienced Part II job in Surrey/ Hampshire border working on residential projects up to £40k

Your new company

A small RIBA chartered practice in Surrey are looking to expand with an experienced Architect or Architectural Assistant. Established for over 10 years they have built their success with home-owners, developers and local authorities to create innovative designs.

Your new role

You will be required to assist the management and delivery of a project from concept to completion whilst working in a team and individually. Communicate appropriately and effectively with clients, engineers, surveyors and local authorities whilst assisting with documentation.

What you'll need to succeed

You will have 3-5 years PQE within the residential sector. Excellent presentation and strong CAD skills (vectorworks preferred). Ability to work with little supervision and willing to work within a small design team.

What you'll get in return

In return you will receive a permanent, full-time position with a creative practice that allow you to share your vision and designs.

What you need to do now

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