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Conservation Architect

Your new company
A multi-sector Architecture firm based in Leicestershire, established for 20+ years; who focus on residential, leisure, conservation, education and retail projects.

Your new role
As a Conservation Architect you will be working on across many sectors but a main focus on conservation. You will be working on projects throughout all 7 RIBA stages, leading teams on both site and technical office based team. You will work with most of the major software programmes especially Vectorworks, AutoCAD, Adobe Suite, BIM processes and report writing.
You will be required to make amendments to plans and models to fix issues quickly on site.

What you'll need to succeed
You will have vast experience of taking lead on projects especially Conservation; running them through all RIBA stages, understanding Local Authority planning processes, highly skilled in software including Vectorworks, AutoCAD and Adobe Suite.
You will be qualified to minimum part 3 in Architecture, MA in Conservation (or registered in RIBA Conservation list or AABC list).
You will have excellent communication skills, ability to work in a team or on your own initiative and will have a full driving licence and own car.

What you'll get in return
You will receive a salary in accordance with your experience and potential to be promoted into the Conservation department manager.

What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

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Conservation Architect

Leicestershire
Permanent
no work experience required
Senior

Published on 14 Apr 2020