Conservation Architect Job in Chiswick, London
An opportunity for a Conservation Architect to join a specialist heritage and conservation practice with a long-standing reputation for their work!
With a team of 16, the practice embraces a philosophy based on the SPAB principles of conservation and repair. Established in the 1940s, they have worked on a wide range of historic buildings and conservation areas, which include residential property, marketplaces, public monuments, and places of worship amongst others.
Success has seen the practice open three offices and develop a team of specialist professionals and build a strong network of external consultants, and they are now looking to strengthen the London team further by adding a Conservation Architect.
Role & Responsibilities
- Guiding and mentoring junior staff and helping with the day to day running of the practice
- Lead the preparation and development of drawn and written documentation
- Attend client meetings in London
- Oversee sensitive and complex projects from inception through to completion
- Take on responsibility for negotiating fees and contracts on business coming into the practice
- Share historical expertise and knowledge within the team.
Required Skills & Experience
- RIBA Part III qualified or equivalent
- A minimum of 5 years' experience post qualification working on UK conservation and historic building projects
- Demonstrate a good eye for historic design, with a thorough understanding of contractual procedures
- AutoCAD and Photoshop proficient
- AABC or RIBA Conservation Accreditation is an advantage.
What you get back
- Salary of £48,000 - £52,000
- Annual bonus
- Research allowance
- Working from home flexibility
- Paid memberships, include RIBA, ARB, and IHBC.
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Conservation Architect Job in Chiswick, London - Your Architecture Recruitment Specialists (Recruiter: Charlotte Lambert Job Ref: 12157)