Architectural Technician progress to Project Management
Your problem might be that promises have been made to you by your employer, but you still don't know exactly what you need to do to get the next pay rise or to get promoted. It always feels like it's being put off.
Maybe you feel like any kind of progression is slow, and you're not getting the same chances as other people who do what you do but work elsewhere.
Perhaps you're putting the effort in, staying late or fighting fires and saving projects... but the boss isn't noticing the impact you're making.
Here, you'll not only get a fresh start, but you'll find a company that is keen to push you forward. I know what you're thinking "Yeah right! That's what my boss told me when I started". If you don't think things can get better though why are you looking at job adverts?
This is a Multidisciplinary Architecture / Project Management business, and they want to make you these promises:
- If you're willing to stick your head above the parapet, if you're competitive and if you care enough to go the extra mile when needed then the next step for you will be a move into an Architectural lead Project Management role. That means more money, diversifying your skills and a positive step into a profession most Architectural professionals want to take but never get the chance to. It's a reason to feel good about yourself too.
- Your work and effort will always be noticed. When you make an exceptional contribution, it will be recognised, rewarded and remembered... not least in your annual bonus.
- If the effort is there your bonus will be something that will make a real impact on your life. Forget £200 at Christmas, they've paid people like you a bonus of £10,000. For most people that's five years worth of holidays, or a posh new car or a mortgage deposit.
- Apart from the person who started this business every other Director and Associate started in your job. You'll get the chance too if you stick around.
- You'll always know what you need to do to get the next payrise or promotion.
On top of this they'll offer you the little things that might make life easier, whether at work or personal:
- You can buy additional holidays on top of up to 23 days per year.
- Flexible start / finish times to help out with personal duties or to make sure you get to the weekly board game society meeting, or whatever it is that floats your boat.
- You will be trusted to work from home when you need to.
Getting to work won't be difficult. A 20 minute train journey to the front door from Liverpool, 17 minutes from Manchester Piccadilly, and easily accessible from the rest of Cheshire. There's parking and it's easy to slip off the M6, M62 and several other major A roads and routes straight into the car park.
This organisation uses Revit almost exclusively. You're going to need to know at least the basics and have done a project or two in practice.
Do you want what you do to count? Do you make a big contribution without a sniff or reward or recognition, financial or otherwise?
If you think a life change could be positive for you right now, then this must be worth a conversation.
Applying will take you to our external website where you will be able to apply to the job or contact us for further details.