Would you be interested to work for a large privately owned multidisciplinary design consultancy based out of their Watford office?
Would you like to work in a mid sized design team where autonomy is given and everyone really counts?
Are you an ambitious yet hands on individual with a few years of buildings design experience?
The firm work on a wide variety of buildings design work, including light industrial and warehouses projects, a small amount of high end residential, large mixed used city centre developments, multi-national retail clients, and hotel chain operators and transport projects. Projects range from £100,000 to £45m in value.
They are close to overground rail and there are showers and cycle parking, modern, airy office space, close to the High street and there is an on site cafe.
This Consultancy have a hands on approach and offer a good Pension, life assurance, a loyalty bonus scheme, health plan scheme, life assurance scheme and a social work environment, an extra days bank holiday and various other benefits.
Showers and cycle parking are also available and their is a cafe on site. The Company are supportive of all training and will assist their employees to gain their Chartership.
They have a low staff turnover and pride themselves from promoting from within. You would be taking responsibility for projects and clients.
You should be a flexible and capable all round designer seeking to further your career.
Excellent support and long term further promotional prospects will be great for the right candidate.
Sam Robson 07749 1554538
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