A great opportunity to work for an already very successful luxury house builder who are on the up. Due to an increase in work, they now require an Architect for their Harlow office, which is located just minutes off the M11 and only meters from the local train station with direct links to London.
Established over 40 years ago my client has built a strong reputation for their construction, development and project management services. They’ve built an enviable reputation in the field of high-end bespoke residential projects and family properties with values ranging from £250,000 up to £16 million.
Role & Responsibilities
- To work directly with clients from initial concept through to onsite completion
- To work closely with the Director to manage and deliver up to six projects at a time
- Attend site visits and site meetings with all stakeholders
- Check drawings and specifications for approval and issue
- Identification of land opportunities through Local Plans and agents.
- Liaise with all relevant external bodies, consultants, contractors and internal departments to ensure good production of information and document flow to achieve land identification, appraisal and purchase
Required Skills & Experience
- Minimum of 5 years post Part III qualification
- Proficiency in AutoCAD and excellent IT skills
- Experience in high-end and luxury residential developments
- Excellent hand drawing skills
- A confident communicator with clients in the office and onsite visits
- Knowledge and experience of buying land
- Planning and construction experience within the residential sector
Salary & Package
The successful applicant will be offered a salary of up to £45,000, with the following additional benefits:
- 30 days holiday (1 week taken at Christmas)
- Company Car
- Pension scheme
- Flexible working hours
The company have recently moved into a brand new open-plan office and enjoy their relaxed and outgoing environment. Put the effort in and they will reward you with some great company days out, including clay pigeon shoots and boxes at high profile sporting events.