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newly qualified Architect/Part II Assistant/Architectural Technologist - Microstation literate preferred

newly qualified Architect/Part II Assistant/Architectural Technologist - Microstation literate preferred

Job Title: newly qualified Architect/Part II Assistant/Architectural Technologist - Microstation literate preferred
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London (central)
Industry:
Salary: To £33,000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: IW/062
Contact Name: Ian Whitear
Contact Email: jobs@whitespacerecruitment.co.uk
Job Published: October 30, 2017 11:10

Job Description

Established 12 strong architectural practice based in trendy Clerkenwell continues to win work in the large-scale residential developer-led sector and is now looking to bolster their ranks at the Architect/Part II Assistant/Architectural Technologist level. They have a number of substantial residential/mixed use schemes going live in the very near future and therefore the team requires extra assistance taking on responsibility and producing the relevant drawing package information.

They urgently need to secure the services of a technically gifted Microstation literate newly qualified Architect, Part II Assistant or Architectural Technologist within a design eye to slot into their team and take on a fair amount of responsibility which would be perfect for furthering your career. You will gain excellent job running exposure with assistance from the lead Director so this is perfect for gaining experience for your Part 3 or MCIAT qualifications.

This practice has a great mix of both design and technically oriented employees so therefore can offer exceptional support and direction for the lucky individual! You will be given a huge amount of responsibility, with supervision of course, so this would be perfect for anyone who is frustrated with the lack of opportunities in their current role/practice.

To be considered you must preferably be totally Microstation literate (training will be given if you're not), possess at least 2 years' professional experience on large-scale residential/mixed use projects and be ready for your next challenge!