TECHNICAL DRAWING AND DESIGN CONSULTANT
Charcoalblue is widely regarded as the most exciting and innovative theatre, events, workplace, acoustics, and digital consultancy in the world. Since our foundation in the UK in 2004, we have grown to over 100 people worldwide, and are now the largest organization of its kind. We have studios in the UK, US and Australia.
Charcoalblue Experience (CBX) is a dedicated business unit within the Charcoalblue group that applies our expertise gained from working with globally renowned cultural organizations to the workplace, sports, exhibition and events markets.
We currently have a vacancy for a Technical Drawing and Design Consultant to join Charcoalblue Experience’s UK team.
You will be a competent technical designer, with strong 2D and 3D drawing skills and experience of working with RIBA or AIA design stages. Your background will ideally be within Architectural technology, design, engineering, Audio-visual or a related field.
As a key part of the Charcoalblue Experience team, you will be working for a long-standing client to support a fleet of world leading UX spaces, developing drawing standards to communicate design standards to external design teams, and acting as first point of contact for queries on the room requirements. This role is an excellent opportunity for a skilled design technician to develop your career working on a range of exciting spaces and interacting regularly with highly skilled design teams, with the wider support of and interaction with the Charcoalblue Experience team and wider Charcoalblue group.
We are an equal opportunities employer. Our mission is to create a diverse and inclusive working environment across our practice. Recruitment opportunities are open to all, but we are particularly keen to hear from ethnically diverse and disabled candidates, as these groups are currently under-represented within our teams. We accept applications via our online application system: PeopleHR.
If you require this application in a different format or need support during the application process, please contact Kabir Naidoo via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Equally, please contact Kabir if you have any questions in relation to access, or how the role might need to respond to your personal circumstances.
All applications are due by 9am BST on Monday 20th September, 2021.