• Location:

    City of London, London

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  • Salary:

    £36000.00 - £45000 per annum + Benefits

  • Contact:

    Arnold Bokumbe

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Seeking a Revit fluent Architect with extensive experience managing multi-unit residential projects, to join my clients expanding practice in London. If a good work life balance is what you seek and genuine recognition for your efforts, as well as a host of great benefits, then this role could be for you.

Role & Responsibilities

- Manage a variety of residential projects through all stages from inception to completion

- You will be a key contact for one developer that the practice have several ongoing projects with, these are predominantly residential projects with unit numbers of 15 - 350

- Manage a small team of Architects and Assistants

- Use Revit to a high standard on a daily basis

- Meet with clients on a bi-weekly basis

- Liaise with external consultants on a regular basis

- Report to the Director on project progress.

Required Skills & Experience

- A minimum of 3 years PQE Part III and ARB Registered

- A minimum of 3 years' experience working in a UK practice

- A fluent Revit user, with evidence of projects worked on over the last 2 years

- Job running experience on residential development projects

- Confident and experienced managing a small team

- Hands on experience of managing both small and large-scale residential projects

- Confident client facing with an approachable and engaging manor

- Experience working through all RIBA stages

- A good understanding of issues that can arise on complex residential projects

- Fantastic English, both written and verbal + eligible to work in the UK.

What you get back

- Competitive salary

- Pension 3% contribution

- Gym membership

- Cycle to work scheme

- 20 days holiday + an annual leave bonus after 3 years of service, increasing by 1 day a year to 25

- Professional memberships paid for

- Annual discretionary bonus

- Additional courses paid for, to actively encourage further training for staff