Architectural Assistant Part II

Norwich, Norfolk
Competitive salary & benefits including generous holiday allowance and 5% pension contribution
07 Jul 2017
07 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Architectural Assistant (Part 2)

Salary            Competitive Salary & Benefits

Location       Norwich

The NPS Group is one of the country’s most respected property design and management consultancies with offices throughout the UK.  We are a multi-disciplinary practice and our expanding business offers exceptional career prospects and opportunities.

Due to an increasing workload, we are currently seeking to recruit an Architectural Assistant (Part 2 Qualified) to join our NPS Property Consultants office in Norwich.

The successful candidate will operate within an Architectural team working on a diverse range of projects covering all RIBA stages.  Typically, the projects vary in value from £100k to £10m.

A high degree of experience in using AutoCAD, Revit and general Microsoft applications will be essential.  The ability to use Sketch Up / Photoshop for presentation work would be an advantage.

A key requirement of this position is the production of suitably detailed design concepts and drawings that can be used to seek planning and building regulation approval, and ultimately detailed for tender/construction purposes.

If you meet these requirements, and are looking for a fresh challenge, we would really like to hear from you.

NPS are a successful expanding company that values and respects our employees.  We offer generous remuneration, excellent working conditions, training and development and flexible working.

NPS Group aims for our employees to be truly representative of our society and welcomes applications from all sections of our communities. We are wholly committed to employment practices and behaviours which encourage diversity, promote equality of treatment and eliminate unlawful and or unfair discrimination.

If you wish to discuss the vacancy please contact our Human Resources team on 01603 706090.

Please quote reference 17/152 in your correspondence.

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