A career development opportunity is being offered for an ambitious Part II or Part III Architect with ArchiCAD skills to join our award winning Practice.
A truly exciting opportunity with one of the best conservation Architects in Norwich, recognised for our knowledge of traditional building methods and passion for providing innovative solutions for heritage buildings, particularly churches.
The successful applicant will assist project architects on a portfolio of heritage conservation projects from major roof repairs to churches/cathedrals to providing planning application advise to private clients.
This new role would suit an excellent communicator who is a good team player and also confident with strong initiative to work independently.
- assisting with site surveys and preparing planning and highly detailed tender drawings
- assisting with the compilation of specifications
- liaising with clients, contractors and various planning bodies
- attendance at site meetings and site visits, taking minutes/ making file notes of the meetings
- assisting on other tasks as requested
- good organisational and problem-solving skills
- exceptional design, technical and office administration skills
- outstanding communication skills (both spoken and written)
- knowledge of conservation advantageous
- working knowledge of ArchiCAD 20
Salary negotiable, subject to experience.
If you would enjoy the challenges of restoring flint towers; magnificent aisles and contemplative chapels;ancient lead or thatched roofs, then please email now to email@example.com a copy of your CV and portfolio, together with a covering letter outlining why you would like to work for us. All documents should be in PDF format.
If you are a university student currently studying on an Architecture degree course, we are always happy to receive a printable version of your portfolio and CV. We can offer work experience and training, having helped students achieve Part II and Part III qualifications through working with us.
Unfortunately, we cannot provide work experience to students at GCSE or AS or A level.