Architect, Architectural Assistant, Technologist
- London (Central),
- You’ll be paid in line with London pay scales for the level you’re at and the experience you have.
- 22 Feb 2023
- 22 Mar 2023
- Job (Function)
- Architect, Architectural Assistant, Architectural Technologist
- Contract Type
SCABAL is seeking an Architect, Part 2 Architectural Assistant or Technologist, with at least five years’ experience and good working knowledge of detailing, building regulations and construction to work with us in our central London studio on a variety of exciting projects in the town, the countryside and worldwide.
We are a practice of architects well known for our extraordinary designs, winning awards for houses, schools, workplaces and recreational buildings. We make people the centre of design, each project working in the best interests of everybody involved towards a shared and special identity. What we create together ultimately represents us all.
Now we have a diverse range of scales and types of projects, including a Listed farm conservation and conversion into a visitors centre, residential new builds and extensions, and a sports centre in the US.
We would like you to have flair, ambition and humour and to want to work on our wide variety of projects. Enthusiasm and excellent drawing skills are preferred as is a willingness to be kind, thoughtful and communicative in the work we’ll do together. We mostly use Microstation, Rhino and Adobe Suite.
You’ll be paid in line with London pay scales for the level you’re at and the experience you have. This position is available immediately and may be part-time depending on your circumstance and commitments. Our beautiful corner office is on the third floor but alas we have no lift.
We consider our employees to be collaborators. Each brings unique experiences, perspectives and skills, which we integrate within our practices wherever possible. We pride ourselves on maintaining a flat working structure wherein work tasks are shared between all employees (including Directors) supported by transparent internal and external communications. This is crucial to supporting employees in gaining a broad and balanced experience, ensuring continued professional development, in turn benefiting our collective endeavour.