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Architect (Microstation)

  • location

    London

  • salary

    £45,000

  • type

    Permanent

consultant

Tom Reynolds

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    An experienced and ambitious Architect is required to join an award-winning, AJ100 Architectural practice, who are one of the UK’s leading studios in their office in Central London. This is an exceptional opportunity to join a market leading Architectural practice who are working on some of the latest, large-scale transportation projects in the UK and Internationally. The company are very highly regarded in the industry, winning multiple awards and having been in the industry for several decades and will offer the successful candidate exposure to these projects whilst also offering, genuine career development, great remuneration, hybrid working and a profit share bonus with generous support from the wider team.

 

Package

  • £38 - 45,000 p/annum (commensurate with experience)
  • Hybrid working
  • Pension
  • Additional annual leave
  • Profit share bonus
  • Additional benefits

 

Role

This position would be ideal for a recently qualified Architect with at least 1 – 2 years post-Part 3 experience who is looking to develop their career. You will be joining a well-established team of Architects, delivering on projects in the Transport sector through all RIBA stages. Ideally you will be, highly creative and design orientated with a keen eye for technical detailing. You must be fully proficient in the use of Bentley Microstation / Aecosim and will be utilising the software on a daily basis. Experience using Rhino / Grasshopper, AutoCad, SketchUp and Adobe suite would be beneficial. A strong communication ability is essential as you will be liaising with several teams internally as well as clients and external stakeholders.

 

Requirements

  • Degree Qualified and ARB registered as an Architect
  • A minimum of 1 – 2 years’ post-part 3 experience
  • Proven experience working within teams in a collaborative environment
  • Experience of large Transportation projects is hugely beneficial but not essential
  • Fully proficient user of Bentley Microstation / Aecosim is essential
  • Confident working through all RIBA stages
  • A high-quality portfolio of previous work
  • Excellent communication skills are essential (written and verbal)
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