An opportunity has become available for a talented Architect to work with a client based in Manchester city centre with a reputation for excellence, this position will take the right architect to the next level in their career.
You’ll work across a range of sectors, from residential and commercial to exciting sports and leisure. A meticulous attention to detail and a flair for design will ensure that you work successfully within an established and talented team in Manchester. This architecture role would suit an all-rounder with the ability to ensure project delivery and provide innovative design ideas.
This is an exciting opportunity with a great balance between job running and design work, while you’ll also work on award-winning, high-profile projects from the get go. Career progression is actively encouraged at this Manchester practice, and you will work side by side with your clients to deliver beyond their expectations.
As such, this is an excellent chance for you to join an expanding team of architects in Manchester, and to forge a long-term career with a leading and well-respected practice. Therefore, apply right away to avoid missing out on this architectural position. For more project architect jobs across the North West, talk to Kingsley.
Please contact Paul Carlin on 0151 242 1630 to discuss this position in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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