Part ll Qualified Architect
Are you a Part ll Qualified Architectural Assistant looking for a practice you can grow and thrive in whilst being given opportunities to lead projects and work as part of a valued team? Then this is the role for you!
CROE Architects is a design based practice, working primarily in the residential and commercial sectors throughout the Herts, Beds, Cambs, and Bucks area.
Established in 2016, the practice has successfully completed over 200 projects and has developed an extensive portfolio.
They undertake a broad spectrum of architectural projects, (approximately 100 a year), working on all stages of the design process from concept through to completion.
Role requires experience in:
A successful candidate will be expected to take on the following responsibilities:
Design in both 2D/3D
Presentations to clients
Planning application submissions (various types)
Construction detailing and building regulation packages Tender packages
Communicating with structural engineers, party wall surveyors, interior designers, consultants and contractors
CAD proficient, AutoCAD and Revit
Role & description:
The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic designer who is keen to contribute to a rapidly growing business. A proactive attitude is essential as is an ability to work under pressure and meet often tight deadlines. The preferred candidate will need to have experience in the residential design sector, a clear understanding of planning policy, along with the various RIBA design stages of projects. They should also have basic on site experience and have good communication skills.
Please only apply if you have experience in designing small scale new builds, single dwellings, extensions, loft conversions and basements.
Legal Entitlement to work within the UK. Must Speak Fluent and Good Clear English Full UK Driving Licence with fully Taxed and insured vehicle to drive to and from site/Client Meetings (you will be reimbursed for travel expenses). Minimum hours of work; Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm (you may be asked to work additional hours when required).