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Job Description

Are you an Architect looking to join a distinguished architectural and heritage consultancy, with great benefits in return? We're seeking a talented individual to join our client's team and contribute their expertise to a wide range of challenging and impactful heritage and conservation projects.

Our esteemed client is a distinguished employee-owned firm, honored with awards and equipped with a global workforce spanning various offices. At the heart of their ethos lies a culture that cherishes collaboration, employee ownership, and active participation in both intricate heritage conservation projects and daring contemporary designs.

  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Generous salary
  • Progressively increasing annual leave allowances
  • Life assurance
  • Study sponsorships
  • Sabbaticals
  • An employee assistance program
  • Season ticket loans
  • A cycle-to-work scheme
  • Virtual GP services
  • Subscription fee coverage
  • Company-wide outings
  • A volunteering program
  • Enriched learning and development prospects
  • Supportive and rewarding environment, offering ample opportunities for personal and professional growth.
  • Architect Role - Qualified ARB or Part III - With 2-5 years experience
  • Creative Background: Bring your creative flair to the forefront, exceptional design and drawing skills are important 
  • Revit and AutoCAD Proficiency
  • Conservation/ Heritage Background/ Experience: Experience and/or passion for historic buildings
  • Experience across all RIBA Stages: Dive into projects across all RIBA stages covering design and technical, and showcase your comprehensive understanding of the architectural process. Your ability to navigate each stage will ensure project success.
  • Competitive Salary: With a generous salary of up to £45,000 per annum, your talents will be rewarded accordingly. Your contributions will be recognised and valued within this studio environment, with a clear pathway to progression.
  • Experience in project delivery and management would be beneficial
  • Strong understanding of the UK Building and Planning regulations  
  • Demonstrate good client-facing communication skills  
  • AABC or RIBA SCA/ CA accreditation desirable  
  • Be well organised, proactive and enthusiastic approach to work and projects  
  • Additional accreditations such as AABC, RIBA SCA/CA, RICS (BCAS), familiarity with NEC4 contracts are advantageous
If you are interested in this role, please apply today with your cv and portfolio and I will reach out to arrange a confidential phone call to discuss this further.
Please note you must have the right to work in the UK.