A role within an established, award winning architectural firm, who have built a strong reputation outside London, who have recently opened an office in the centre of the Capital. Currently seeking 2 new team members to add to their current team of 12 for this exciting new venture, the firm offers a culture of personal and professional development and progression to any who join them.
Founded in Hampshire, the company have developed a team of 21 and are now looking toward an exciting new venture in London. With their most recent Architect of the Year Award, the firm describe themselves as a creative and pragmatic studio with a broad portfolio of small and large scale residential, education, office, cultural and masterplanning schemes.
Roles & Responsibilities
Under minimal Director supervision, you will be responsible for taking responsibility as the team leader for specific areas of the design and project development. Other responsibilities will include:
- Managing medium to large scale projects and/or numerous small scale projects, with a particular focus on residential and education schemes
- Preparing and developing surveys, plans, specifications, drawings, models and images
- Producing detailed drawings
- Attending regular meetings with clients, contractors, consultants and authorities; including planning and delivering client presentations
- Liaising with internal and external team members and organisations
- Supervising and tutoring junior staff
- Involvement in business development including networking and attending professional events in order to win new business
- Working with the Directors to set out budgets, costs, deadlines and resources
Required Skills & Experience
- RIBA Part III qualified with a minimum of 5 years' PQE
- A strong background leading UK residential and/or education projects
- Good, all-round experience across all RIBA work stages
- Experience leading, coordinating and supervising internal and external teams
- Previous experience in a client facing role
- An understanding of the financial aspects of running a project on time and on budget
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
- Working knowledge of Vectorworks is preferable
Candidates should be able to work well under pressure, demonstrate their ability to meet deadlines efficiently and be confident in making decisions independently.
Salary & Package
This position is offered on a full-time, permanent basis at a salary of circa £45,000, depending on experience, in addition to the following benefits:
- Competitive holiday allowance
- Contributory pension
- Healthcare (after 2 years of service)
- ARB membership paid for or funding towards Part III studies
Working hours are 9am – 6pm Monday to Friday.
Working from newly refurbished offices in Oxford Circus, you'll form part of a new team with an exciting vision for the future. As a company, they believe their people are their greatest asset and they are continually learning, expanding their knowledge base and striving to realise the full potential of all those who work there.