Katie Jones
Consultant - Creative Support & Architecture
+442075628282Contact Katie

Part II Architectural Assistant

Architecture
Ref: BBBH32263
Permanent
£28000.00 - £34000.00
Winchester, Hampshire

We are working closely with one of Hampshire’s leading architectural practices who, due to a heavy pipeline of exciting projects, are looking to expand their team by adding an enthusiastic and technically-led Architectural Assistant (RIBA Part II qualified) on a full-time permanent basis.

This practice boasts an enviable portfolio of both UK based and international projects, specialising in high-end residential that range up to over £50M in value, varying from traditional new builds through to large urban developments.

The successful Part II Architectural Assistant will:

  • Have a strong academic record and a minimum of 1 year of post Part II experience
  • Be technically led, willing to focus on projects at Stages 3/4
  • An interest in traditional or classical architecture preferred
  • ArchiCAD experience desirable but not essential as training will be offered

Our client is offering the successful candidate:

  • A competitive starting salary
  • Immediate exposure to a range of notable high-value projects, both UK based and international
  • Excellent mentoring, ensuring your continued professional development
  • A long list of unique benefits for you to enjoy individually or as a team

This is a really great opportunity for an ambitious and dynamic budding Architect to join an established practice where you will be given the opportunity to get stuck into a range of exciting projects.

My client is looking to begin interviewing for this position ASAP – for more information please get in touch with Katie Jones at Adrem Group or send your CV across directly – my contact details can be found on the Adrem website.

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