A small rural practice established in 1973 situated in the market town of Bakewell in the heart of the National Park. Our offices are within the National Park’s main office and is convenient for meetings with the planning officers. Work within the practice is mainly conversion of barns into holiday lets, work within holiday parks, new build dwellings, alterations and extensions to existing dwellings, student accommodation, industrial buildings, office buildings and medical centres.
The ideal candidate:
May be a newly qualified architect who wishes to work in a rural practice or a more experienced person who feels they would like to expand the practice. There is an opportunity, after a period of time, for someone to take over the practice and build on this for the future.
What we’re looking for:
An energetic person who can take on responsibility for running the practice and also building up the extensive client list already established. Must have a good sense of humour, able to get on with other people and have a very good developed aesthetic sense in order to make good architecture.
In return what we offer
A small friendly office in which the successful person will be able to develop their skills and establish, over a period of time, which way the practice should take. Hours and holidays can be by mutual agreement to suit each individual’s requirements. A car will be provided and the applicant must hold a current driving licence. Salary will be by negotiation depending on hours worked.