Part II Architectural Assistant
This is the perfect opportunity for an ambitious Architectural Assistant to join a top AJ practice who care hugely about their staff and development.
Due to continued success, they are now looking for an Architectural Assistant to join their commercial team of 12, to work on some exciting projects within London and the home counties.
Formed in 1992, my client now has over 60 architectural, interior and technical staff. Working with high-profile clients, they have completed complex and challenging projects across a variety of sectors.
Role & Responsibilities
- You will be working predominately on a large-scale commercial project
- Report to a Project Architect and the Director on your progress
- Produce detailed drawings to a high standard
- Work across all RIBA stages
Required Skills & Experience
- A minimum of two years’ post-Part 2 UK experience
- Exceptional technical design skills
- Fantastic English, both written and verbal
- Experience working on a variety of commercial project types within the UK
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Great communication skills
- Revit or Microstation experience is essential for this position
Salary & Package
- £30,000 - £34,000 dependent on experience
- 25 days holidays + Bank holidays
What you get back
- Social events
- £1000 bonus for passing Part III
- 10 days study leave
- Summer & Christmas party
- Team building
- Close to local amenities
- Good transport links
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