Part II/Newly qualified Part III for Residential Projects!

South West England
£32000 - £37000 per annum
28 Sep 2016
23 Nov 2016
Candy Bird
Job Function
Contract Type
Full Time
FRAME is currently recruiting for two Part II Architectural Assistants/Newly Qualified Architects to work with a successful and busy Architectural Practice in South West London with big plans for the future! Previously being very successful in Bespoke Residential Architecture, they are now expanding into larger scale Residential Homes and Multi-Unit projects. They have a mentoring system in place to work on each project where you will be working alongside a Senior Architect to learn and grow within the Practice.

This role will require you to be an ambitious person looking to progress and learn within a fast paced environment. You will get experience across all RIBA stages, however will initially need a strong technical understanding to show you understand the element that make a building feasible. You must have strong knowledge of UK Building Regulations and any previous knowledge of ArchiCAD is an advantage but not required for the role.

This is for a long-term, permanent role to really add to your skillset and progress within the company. Salary is completely dependent on experience and qualifications.

If this role suits you and you'd like to consider this further then do please send me a copy of your CV and relevant examples of work ASAP. Likewise if you know of anyone else that would be great for this role then do please pass on my details as you never know who might love to hear about it! I'm keen to chat with anyone regarding the roles and discuss in more depth. I look forward to hearing from you!

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