RIBA Stage 2, Part 3 or newly Qualified
BTP Architects is an award winning, long established RIBA chartered practice based in Stockport, Cheshire. We specialise in the provision of all types of Housing from Private to Affordable Housing Projects. We also have a dedicated Conservation team led by our two accredited Conservation Architects. Due to an increasing workload we have a great opportunity for a Stage 2 / Part 3 or newly qualified Architect to join our Practice.
You will be required to run projects from RIBA work stages 1-6 with support from the Team; develop new skills and nurture client relationships. As leaders and early innovators of BIM, you will be required to work in Revit, which is the only drawing package supported within the Practice.
You will join a busy, friendly team with a competitive salary, profit sharing, opportunities for training and other benefits in addition to the real opportunity to advance your career.
The ideal applicant will have:
· RIBA Post Part 2 (Stage 2 practical experience, RIBA Part 3 or newly Qualified)
· Excellent design and communication skills
· Experience working on RIBA Stages 1-6
· UK planning policy and building regulation knowledge
· Revit Knowledge ‘essential’ (training will be provided to the right candidate)
Salary and package is negotiable and dependent on experience.
If you are ready for a new challenge with real potential and wish to join our friendly, forward thinking team, then please apply by sending your CV and sample portfolio in PDF format.
Apologies, but due to the volume of applications we can only reply to candidates invited for interview.
BTP is an equal opportunity employer. Our aim is to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
Our recruitment selection criteria and procedures (including the areas or media sources which are used in the recruitment process) are frequently reviewed to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities and that no applicant or employee is disadvantaged by provisions, criteria or practices which cannot be shown to be justified.