Hunter Dunning

Part II Architectural / Qualified Architect - Bermondsey, London

Bermondsey, London (Greater)
£30,000 - £36,000 DOE
20 Dec 2018
20 Jan 2019
Job (Function)
Architectural Assistant
Contract Type
Full Time

Looking to get full exposure of all project stages within a design focused, boutique sized London Architectural practice? Do you want an employer that is committed to investing their time in your professional progression?

A small design consultancy based in the popular Bermondsey area of London, now seeks a Part II Architectural Assistant, or qualified Architect to join their team of 6 on a full-time basis. You’ll be joining a family feel business, where the staff work closely with one another and clear communication is key to their success. If you are looking to join a practice that genuinely cares about its staff and their professional development, then this role is one to consider.

Working in a variety of sectors their portfolio consists of; leisure, retail, commercial, mixed use, residential schemes and masterplanning projects. These include new builds, as well as refurbishments and full regeneration programmes. With an imaginative team of designers, the practice considers themselves innovative, forward thinking, creating ever challenging and outside of the box concepts.

The team are currently working on a number of impressive projects, one of which is a UK based masterplan that consists of residential / mixed use schemes and retail and commercial units.

Role & Responsibilities

  • Reporting to the Director on project progress
  • Work through all RIBA project stages 1-7
  • Responsible for your individual tasks
  • Work on a variety of projects in different sectors
  • Meet strict deadlines
  • Attend client meetings
  • Liaise with clients and contractors
  • Work smartly and efficiently

Required Skills & Experience

  • Qualified as a Part II Architectural Assistant OR Part III Architect
  • A minimum of 2 years UK experience
  • Passionate about design with a strong design background
  • Building control and UK design code knowledge is essential
  • A minimum of 1 years’ experience working in professional practice
  • A fluent user of AutoCAD, SketchUp, MS Office and InDesign
  • Experience working on residential/mixed-use schemes and retail projects would be ideal
  • Confident client facing with fantastic communication skills
  • A personable and engaging personality, who is approachable and energetic
  • Comfortable working in a small team, where you will have exposure to all RIBA project stages
  • Able to work well, both within a team and independently
  • Looking to commit to your next employer
  • Able to take responsibility for your own tasks
  • Have an entrepreneurial nature
  • Adaptable and friendly
  • Fantastic written and oral English

Salary & Package

  • £30,000 - £36,000 DOE
  • Working hours 9 am – 6 pm with rare late nights
  • Workplace pension

What you get back

  • Training & professional mentoring
  • Social events
  • Team building
  • Close to local amenities
  • Good transport links
  • Appreciation of your efforts

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