Architectural Technician role for one of the oldest practices in the country, based in Chester.
Job title: Architectural Technician
Salary: between £28,000- £35,000 depending one experience.
Your new company
One of the oldest architectural practices in the country, formed over 150 years ago in Chester and still delivering quality projects across the country with a strong workload across Wales and the North West. They work on a wide variety of projects including residential and social housing, office blocks, public works and various healthcare and education facilities. Average project value is between £5-£10 million. They have a great relationship with numerous education providers and have designed some of the most cutting-edge SEN schools in the country. The Chester office is set in a beautiful Georgian building, built in 1763, and the 20-strong staff occupy modern, functional spaces throughout the building. They promote staff wellbeing, with flexibility and provision to work from home, regular social activities, and the company is owned by an employee's trust, which allows each member of staff to have a say in the running of the company, and share in a bonus pot at the end of the year.
Your new role
Working with 4 other Architectural Technicians with a wide range of experience, you will be working on developments across the country, using your knowledge of Revit to assist in the delivery in a variety of projects. You will be working closely with an experienced Architectural team, reporting directly into the Associate Director. Main duties include:
- Investigate client issues, co-ordinate the design development process, preparing planning and building regulation applications.
- Producing technical drawings using Revit for commercial projects
- Presenting detailed design solutions and collating design documents
- Assisting with bid and tender enquiries, checking estimates
- Ensuring work complies with health and safety and construction compliance
What you'll need to succeed
A healthy working knowledge of Revit, experience with projects and a strong collaborative attitude.
What you'll get in return
A supportive, inclusive relationship with your colleagues.
Flexibility and the option to work from home 1 -2 days a week.
Great remote working IT provision after a substantial investment in Remote Access software.
Opportunity to have your say in the running of the company
What you need to do now
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