Part II Architectural Assistant

Location
London, Putney
Salary
depending on experience 25k+ per annum + profit share+ cycle scheme+ pension and other benefits
Posted
02 Mar 2018
Closes
02 Apr 2018
Ref
bprPartII
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

PART II ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANT

bpr architects ltd. is an Employee’s Owned architectural practice based in Putney, London. We are a passionate and dedicated team of architects, designers and technology professionals, committed to delivering elegant and considered designs. From innovative station work across the UK, to state-of the art higher-education facilities, we apply rigour and attention to detail to the design and management of all our projects.

We pride ourselves on working closely with the client to understand their needs and develop a design strategy that is in the best interests of the project. This considered approach has led to relationships with our clients which span decades, and ensures we are entrusted to develop projects through from initial feasibility to site delivery.

Our desire to create inspiring environments extends into our office management and our structure as an employee owned practice, part of our commitment to encourage and support staff development. Our innovative and collaborative approach is supported by our cutting-edge application of new technologies in BIM.

We are currently looking for a Part II Architectural Assistant with 3-5 year's experience ideally in Rail, and preferably with Vectorworks/Microstation/ AECOsim software knowledge.

As an Architectural Assistant you will be given the opportunity to work on projects from feasibility to site stage, attending meetings and preparing drawings to support the delivery of a wide range of education, transport and regeneration projects.

Post Requirements:

•             RIBA Part II qualified

•             enthusiastic and willing to learn

•             good organisational skills

•             strong written and verbal communication skills

•             experience with 3D Vectorworks, Microstation, AECOsim preferable

•             good working knowledge of PhotoShop, InDesign and MS Office

•             ability to work collaboratively as part of a team

 

 

We are an equal opportunities employer.

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