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Sustainability Designer / Architect
Manchester
,
North West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Great opportunity with an established architecture and design studio in Manchester.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Why work here:

Join a leading design practice, spanning architecture, urban design, and landscape, offering a dynamic work environment with an impressive portfolio in housing, education, arts, commercial, and health sectors. With over 120 design professionals, including experts in architecture, sustainability, research, visualization, and BIM, this company provides an ideal setting for your career growth. Enjoy perks like a hybrid working model, company laptop, generous annual leave, profit share (subject to length of service), workplace pension scheme, life assurance at four times salary, permanent health insurance, SWAG, and engaging well-being events. Be part of this award-winning AJ100-listed workplace that prioritises your growth and well-being. Your success is supported through a comprehensive induction, personalised skills assessment, structured annual reviews, and tailor-made training programmes. Don't miss out on the chance to thrive in a flexible and inclusive environment with fantastic benefits.

 

What is your role:

Play a pivotal role in shaping the vision for net-zero carbon design, actively contributing to the development of strategies addressing the climate emergency. Your responsibilities will encompass supporting the achievement of sustainability objectives, ranging from designing new homes to Passivhaus standards to retrofitting projects. Collaborate on crafting and implementing environmental management policies, ensuring they align seamlessly with both in-house and project-specific goals. Engage in early strategic involvement in projects, advocating for an environmental approach to design, and actively participate in formulating net-zero carbon strategies for clients and designers. Embrace a commitment to excellence by conducting environmental calculations, actively participating in design and project reviews, and providing assistance with BREEAM assessments. Your impact will extend to conducting reviews of buildings in use, analysing data, and enhancing the feedback loop to the design team. Additionally, you'll play a crucial role in contributing to bids, securing projects, and championing the sustainability design profile externally.

 

What the role includes:

  • Promoting an environmental response to design through early strategic involvement
  • Participation in the creation of net zero carbon strategies for clients and designers
  • Calculating environmental pertinent to the design of buildings
  • Assisting in design and project reviews, as well as reviews of buildings in-use, analysing data, and improving the feedback loop with design team
  • Contributing to bids and winning work
  • Assisting with BREEAM assessments
  • Assisting with the championing of the practice sustainability design profile externally
  • Producing guides and briefs across a range of environmental topics for use by staff
  • Supporting the practice in fulfilling their RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge commitments

       

What makes you good at your job:

  • You are trained in architecture with experience working in sustainability.
  • You have a Master's degree in environmental or sustainable design
  • You have an interest in learning and using appropriate modelling and technical software
  • You are able to conduct data analysis
  • You have a working knowledge of current regulations and standards related to environmental design.
  • You have a understanding of leading sustainability initiatives, including RIBA 2030 Challenge  

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Sustainability Designer / Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Great opportunity with an established architecture and design studio in North London.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Why work here:

Join a leading design practice, spanning architecture, urban design, and landscape, offering a dynamic work environment with an impressive portfolio in housing, education, arts, commercial, and health sectors. With over 120 design professionals, including experts in architecture, sustainability, research, visualization, and BIM, this company provides an ideal setting for your career growth. Enjoy perks like a hybrid working model, company laptop, generous annual leave, profit share (subject to length of service), workplace pension scheme, life assurance at four times salary, permanent health insurance, SWAG, and engaging well-being events. Be part of this award-winning AJ100-listed workplace that prioritises your growth and well-being. Your success is supported through a comprehensive induction, personalised skills assessment, structured annual reviews, and tailor-made training programmes. Don't miss out on the chance to thrive in a flexible and inclusive environment with fantastic benefits.

 

What is your role:

Play a pivotal role in shaping the vision for net-zero carbon design, actively contributing to the development of strategies addressing the climate emergency. Your responsibilities will encompass supporting the achievement of sustainability objectives, ranging from designing new homes to Passivhaus standards to retrofitting projects. Collaborate on crafting and implementing environmental management policies, ensuring they align seamlessly with both in-house and project-specific goals. Engage in early strategic involvement in projects, advocating for an environmental approach to design, and actively participate in formulating net-zero carbon strategies for clients and designers. Embrace a commitment to excellence by conducting environmental calculations, actively participating in design and project reviews, and providing assistance with BREEAM assessments. Your impact will extend to conducting reviews of buildings in use, analysing data, and enhancing the feedback loop to the design team. Additionally, you'll play a crucial role in contributing to bids, securing projects, and championing the sustainability design profile externally.

 

What the role includes:

  • Promoting an environmental response to design through early strategic involvement
  • Participation in the creation of net zero carbon strategies for clients and designers
  • Calculating environmental pertinent to the design of buildings
  • Assisting in design and project reviews, as well as reviews of buildings in-use, analysing data, and improving the feedback loop with design team
  • Contributing to bids and winning work
  • Assisting with BREEAM assessments
  • Assisting with the championing of the practice sustainability design profile externally
  • Producing guides and briefs across a range of environmental topics for use by staff
  • Supporting the practice in fulfilling their RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge commitments

       

What makes you good at your job:

  • You are trained in architecture with experience working in sustainability.
  • You have a Master's degree in environmental or sustainable design
  • You have an interest in learning and using appropriate modelling and technical software
  • You are able to conduct data analysis
  • You have a working knowledge of current regulations and standards related to environmental design.
  • You have a understanding of leading sustainability initiatives, including RIBA 2030 Challenge  

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Studio Manager (part-time)
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£42,000 - £45,000
Part Time

Brilliant opportunity with a leading Architecture & Design Studio based in North London.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Embark on an exciting career journey with our client, a distinguished company at the forefront of architectural excellence. Comprised of a highly experienced and knowledgeable group of specialists in the Architecture sector, our client boasts a diverse team ranging from housing providers, academics, researchers, to architects, and designers. With a shared belief that good design has the transformative power to elevate practical and mundane structures into places of delight and enduring quality, our client is dedicated to creating better places to live and work.

We are currently seeking a talented individual to join their team as a Studio Manager, a part-time role based in the North London office. This unique opportunity involves working five hours per day for five days per week, contributing to the smooth and effective management of the Practice, including both the London and Manchester studios. As the Studio Manager, you will collaborate closely with the Directors and senior management team, playing a pivotal role in ensuring the continued success and efficiency of this dynamic architectural firm.

In this wide-ranging role, you will be a key player in fostering collaboration and operational excellence across multiple studios. Your responsibilities will include coordinating with senior management to implement strategic initiatives, overseeing daily studio operations, and managing various administrative tasks critical to the success of the Practice. This role not only offers a chance to work in a stimulating and creative environment but also provides a unique opportunity to contribute to the growth and success of a leading architectural firm. If you are a motivated and organized professional with a passion for architecture and effective studio management, we invite you to apply and become an integral part of our client's commitment to creating exceptional spaces that enhance the quality of living and working environments.

Skills Required

  • Strong communication skills  
  • Experience of managing a small team
  • Experience of overseeing facility responsibilities    
  • Experience of H&S in the workplace
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Office  
  • Knowledge of InDesign
  • Interest in and knowledge of the architecture sector and culture
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Senior Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£50,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Superb opportunity with an internationally acclaimed interior architecture and design studio

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Embark on a rewarding career with an internationally acclaimed interior architecture and design studio, renowned for its innovative approach and global presence with offices in London and New York.  Nestled in the vibrant Chelsea Harbour, our client is at the forefront of creating breathtaking interior spaces.  Currently, they are in search of a talented Senior Interior Designer with 6-10 years of experience to join their dynamic London studio, specifically contributing to the Residential Team.  As a key member of the Design Studio Team, the Senior Designer will collaborate with Associates, Mid-Weight Designer,Junior Designers, 3D Visualisers and Librarian, shaping the vision of high-profile projects.

In this role, the Senior Designer will play a pivotal part in developing design concepts and managing the intricate design details,ensuring the day-to-day delivery of projects. Working closely with the Design Director, Creative Director and Associates in the Design Management Team, the Senior Designer will oversee the entire design process, from conception to execution.  The ideal candidate will bring a wealth of experience in design and project management, spanning from large scale hotels to high end residential developments and restaurants.  Strong communication skills are imperative, as the Senior Designer will engage with client representatives and collaborate with various project team consultants. If you are seasoned design professional with a passion for creating exceptional spaces and possess excellent communication skills, we invite you to submit your cv and portfolio.

The role:

  • Developing the creative vision for the Studio’s projects alongside Management team.
  • Lead design research for projects in particular concept development.
  • Lead the material research
  • Engaging with suppliers and manufacturers
  • Knowledge of FF&E and overall project cost
  • Developing projects from concept through tocompletion   

 

Ideal candidate will have minimum 6 years’ experience as the client will consider experienced Mid-Weight Designers ready for the next step in their career.  Previous experience within luxury hospitality and residential projects would be advantageous.

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Mid-weight Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £41,000
Permanent

Opportunity with a boutique interior design studio, working on luxury residential projects

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Are you a talented Mid-weight Interior Designer ready to make your mark in the world of luxury residential and hospitality design? Our client, a distinguished boutique interior design studio nestled in the vibrant neighborhood of Pimlico, is actively seeking a dynamic and creative individual to join their successful team. Specializing in crafting opulent residential schemes and boutique-scale hospitality projects, this studio has carved a niche for itself in the world of high-end interiors.

 

About the Company:

Situated amidst the sophisticated charm of Pimlico, this boutique interior design studio is at the forefront of creating bespoke luxury experiences. From iconic London Townhouses gracing the heart of Chelsea and Belgravia to trendy wine bars, our client's portfolio showcases an impressive array of projects. The studio has gained a reputation for seamlessly blending timeless traditional elegance with cutting-edge contemporary design, resulting in spaces that captivate and inspire. As part of their dynamic team, you will have the opportunity to contribute your unique flair to projects that push the boundaries of creativity. If you are passionate about transforming spaces into exquisite works of art and thrive in a collaborative environment, we invite you to embark on this exciting journey with a team that values innovation and individuality.

 

What We're Looking For:

  • Confident in presenting and articulating design schemes to clients, and liaising with contractors, the design team, and suppliers.
  • Proficiently work with both 2D and 3D designs and produce drawings.
  • Use and enhance technical knowledge with the guidance of senior team members to complete projects.
  • Actively participate in creative discussions, provide valuable input, and present cohesive creative ideas that align with the design.
  • Impeccable attention to detail and highly organized
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team

  

The Ideal Candidate Must Have:

  • Minimum 5 Years Post-graduate Experience with at least 3 years in the luxury residential sector
  • Degree in Interior Design/Interior Architecture
  • Proficiency in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Suite
  • High standard of technical ability and broad knowledge of materiality
  • Passion for FF&E and knowledge of suppliers, products, and specialist finishes
  • From concept to completion, including procurement and managing project timelines
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Senior Workplace Strategist
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£60,000 - £65,000
Permanent

Great opportunity with a leading, global architecture practice, working with high profile clients in Finance and Technology.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Are you ready to elevate your career in a dynamic and globally renowned Architecture practice?  Our client, a distinguished and established design firm located in London’s historic law district is seeking exceptional talents to join their team.

 

This global, multidisciplinary firm places a strong emphasis on research and knowledge sharing, making it a leader in the design industry.  The Workplace Strategy team you’ll be joining is multidisciplinary with experts spanning from data analytic and psychology to architecture and design.  Innovation is a cornerstone of the company’s ethos, and as part of their team, you will have the opportunity to contribute to groundbreaking projects that shape the future of workplace design.  Boasting a client base that includes major brands in Finance and Technology sectors, this company has garnered over 100 awards, solidifying it's reputation as a leader in the field.  

 

The role:

  • Strong understanding and passion for the Behavioural aspects of the Workplace and Organizational Psychology, ideally with Change Management experience.
  • Create, prepare, and present materials for client presentations and reports.
  • Develop conceptual design strategies and design criteria to empower and challenge their integrated design teams on their solutions.
  • Develop concept strategies and design criteria.
  • Manage and facilitate data collection through interviews, focus groups, end-user surveys, observation, and post occupancy evaluation.
  • Document information relative to programming analysis, space plans, and area calculations.
  • Data analysis through processes such as dashboards carrying out research on current trends, studies and relevant topics to workplace issues and change management.
  • Take ownership on tasks within project teams and studio activities.
  • Participate and collaborate in design reviews, charettes, and pin-ups.  
  • Participates in marketing opportunities and begin to develop successful client experiences.

General Proficiencies & Background (including, but not limited to):

  • Architecture, Interiors and D&B background
  • Graphic design skills
  • Writing skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Storytelling

Practice Software requirements:

  • Functional knowledge of 2D/3D Production Software 
  • Basic Revit, Basic AutoCAD
  • Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite
  • Presentation Tools (InDesign, Photoshop, etc.) 
  • Data Analysis Software: Excel

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Senior / Associate Architect
Manchester
,
North West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Opportunity for a talented Senior / Associate Architect to join a World Architecture Top 100 practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are looking for a Senior Architect or Associate level Architect to be a part of a World Architecture Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage consultancy. You will be joining a large team of a talented workforce of 250 people, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong. Our client provides hybrid working conditions (4 days in office, 1 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10am - 4pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth with great training and development opportunities and social events.

Summary of Role:

They are eager to engage in conversations with seasoned architects, specifically those at the Senior or Associate level, possessing outstanding design and presentation skills. They value individuals with a strong passion for delivering high-quality work, especially those with experience in handling historic and listed buildings. We are seeking candidates who exhibit exceptional organisational skills and a track record of successfully delivering work packages on-site, coupled with a profound understanding of technical and construction aspects.

As the project progresses into the construction phase, your role will involve leveraging your experience to prioritise hands-on technical delivery. Additionally, you will play a crucial role in providing support and assistance to other team members. You should be able to identify opportunities, contribute to managing and developing talented individuals, and collaborate effectively within the team to achieve collective goals.

In this dynamic environment, your role as an excellent communicator is pivotal, as you will represent the organisation in a leadership capacity when engaging with primary clients, key public officials, and sub-consultants.

Requirements:

  • Minimum 10 years post qualification experience
  • Experience in project delivery and management
  • Have excellent design, technical and conservation skills and experience
  • Have a strong understanding of the UK Building and Planning regulations
  • Proven experience working on all RIBA stages
  • Demonstrate good client-facing communication skills
  • AABC or RIBA SCA/ CA accreditation desirable
  • Proficiency in BIM/ Revit an advantage.
  • Be well organised, proactive and enthusiastic approach to work and projects
  • Excellent communication skills both verbally and written
  • Leadership experience managing a small to medium sized team
  • Experience of taking responsibility for the financial success of projects, and strong commercial awareness
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CDM Principal Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£55,000 - £70,000
Permanent

Opportunity for a talented CDM PD to join a World Architecture Top 100 practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are looking for an Architect / Principal Designer to be a part of a World Architecture Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage consultancy. You will be joining a large team of a talented workforce of 250 people, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong.

 

Our client provides hybrid working conditions (3 days in office, 2 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10am - 4pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth with great training and development opportunities.

Summary of Role:

We are looking for a talented CDM/PD Advisor to join our client's team in their London studio. We are looking for a results driven, tenacious, go getter to take on managing a mixture of bespoke architectural projects whilst also delivering new business. This is a progressive practice, so you’ll need to understand their culture and strategy, identify opportunities and be responsible for developing staff. It’s an entrepreneurial job, with lots of responsibility and the freedom to deliver results.

  • Advise designated and specific Project Design Team members including client organisations on Health and Safety risk management matters, and carry out duties as Principal Designer in accordance with current UK (or where relevant) internationally comparable CDM regulations.
  • Help develop the role of CDM PD within the firm as defined by the Construction (Design and management) Regulations 2015.
  • Advise designated and specific Project Design Team members including client organisations on Health and Safety risk management matters.
  • Assist and provide support and advice to in-house design teams to facilitate office wide best practice standards irrespective of global location.
  • Review projects and designs -- planned and ad-hoc prioritising CDM PD appointed projects and advising on any other projects to allow office wide consistency on pre-construction Health and Safety matters and standards.
  • Collate, organise, and assist the client in providing Pre-Construction Information.
  • Manage and co-ordinate the Health and Safety aspects during the Pre-Construction phase.
  • Prepare and issue the Health and Safety File on completion.
  • Assist with compiling and developing guidance material and management tools.
  • Develop and give training to in-house design disciplines.
  • Carry out research on application of Health and Safety Standards (National and International) and good practice.
  • Where necessary liaise with Enforcing Authorities.
  • Critically appraise Design Risk Assessments submitted by Project Design Team.
  • Assist with the completion of Design Risk Assessments.

 

Requirements:
  • Demonstrate an ability to undertake the above responsibilities.
  • Demonstrate experience and understanding of design and construction management and methodologies.
  • Proven skills in the delivery of CDM/H&S consultancy services.
  • Computer Literate -- CAD preferable
  • Pragmatic, resourceful and persuasive.
  • Able to manage and prioritise tasks and time efficiently
  • Resilience to cope with conflicting demands.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills -- articulate and diplomatic manner.
  • Able to demonstrate initiative and proactive approach to daily tasks.
  • Methodical, accurate and consistent attention to detail.
  • Design experience, preferably architectural – heritage / conservation projects.
  • Able to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Able to manage sensitive and sometimes confidential information.
  • Self-motivated and able to take responsibility.
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to work independently and as part of an effective Team.
  • Able to build good relationships at all levels, internally and externally.
  • Able and willing to travel to other studios or sites in other UK regions as required.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Hold a degree level in an architectural, architectural technology or construction/engineering subject.
  • NEBOSH Construction Certificate or equivalent IOSH membership and Member of APS

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Chartered / Senior / Principal Landscape Architect
Newcastle
,
North East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£30,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Rapidly expanding, award-winning client based in Gateshead

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are currently seeking an experienced Landscape Architect to join our rapidly expanding, award-winning client based in Gateshead. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in LVIA’s, conservation, and historic restoration. Successful applicants will play a key role in the entire development process of the planning and design, taking on responsibilities such as project management, report writing, and close collaboration with the internal team and external consultants.

Additionally, there will be opportunities to contribute to a variety of design projects spanning all stages of planning, design, and implementation. Our clients diverse portfolio encompasses projects in urban regeneration, historic landscape restoration, healthcare, play, landscape and visual assessment, and master-planning.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Oversee production and timely delivery of assigned work, managing both individual and team responsibilities.
  • Handle project inception, quoting, briefing, and deadline delivery, allocating tasks, and tracking progress for departmental projects.
  • Conduct on-site data gathering, prepare plans and reports, ensuring compliance with RIBA work stage requirements and completing QA processes.
  • Provide reports, progress updates, and advice to clients, conducting site visits, surveys, and various meetings.
  • Manage health and safety processes, including risk registers and audits, and contribute to related reports.
  • Prepare landscape management plans, masterplans, concept plans, and various design documents.
  • Produce construction details, specifications, and schedules, as well as quantity and cost estimates.
  • Conduct site audits, snagging, and reporting, ensuring compliance with QA processes before work issuance.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams, considering ecological and arboricultural factors in proposals.

 

What makes you good at your job:

  • CMLI (ideally minimum of 2 years post Chartership)
  • Talented individual and a good team player who is well organised
  • Enthusiastic, friendly and adaptable personality, and keen to learn new skills
  • Able to work independently and pro-actively, as well as within the team
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Good knowledge of the English planning system
  • Landscape assessment and photographic skills
  • Conservation and historic restoration experience preferred
  • Experience of working directly with clients and other consultants
  • Proven track record of delivering excellence
  • Ability to work effectively and manage project teams
  • Strong software skills in AutoCAD, Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Driving licence preferred
  • Relevant permits for working in the UK

Why work here:

5 minutes from the Tyne Bridge and Quayside, boasts great transport links with office hours 9am -5pm. Our client prioritizes staff well-being with flexible working arrangements, staff initiatives, and office upgrades. The team enjoys social events and they offer competitive salaries, LI subscriptions, CPD, 25 days annual leave, pension contributions, Cycle to Work scheme, and well-being initiatives. Up to two days a week wfh after successful completion of probation period.

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BIM Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£43,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Great opportunity with this AJ100, International design consultancy.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are currently recruiting for a BIM Coordinator to join a top-ranked, AJ100 international design firm specialising in architecture, masterplanning, urbanism, and interior design. Over 230 talented staff work at the practice throughout the UK, New York, Singapore, and Amsterdam.

With a strong foundation of culture, an incredibly welcoming and nurturing environment, the practice values and encourages creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and collaboration.  

As a BIM Coordinator, you will be a part of a friendly and inclusive team that are crucial in delivering first line support on CAD and BIM, day to day implementation of office BIM standards, and promoting best practice across all projects.

If you are an expert Revit and AutoCAD user, with demonstrable experience of other relevant softwares, then please get in touch and make an application today.

What makes you good at your job:

  • Expert user of AEC collection tools, specifically Revit and AutoCAD.
  • Experience and Skill in other software such as Rhino and Grasshopper, Dynamo, Navisworks, Solibri, Enscape, and Virtual Reality visualisation preferable.
  • Extremely technically competent.
  • Highly organised with attention to detail.
  • Able to mentor and train people on an individual and group basis.
  • Able to motivate and influence people.
  • Able to present ideas and workflows both graphically and verbally.

       

Your qualifications and experience:

  • Revit and AutoCAD certified.
  • Proven experience in the application of CAD and BIM systems in a project based environment.
  • Experience and Skill in other software such as Dynamo, Navisworks, 3D Studio Max, Enscape, Solibri, Rhino & Grasshopper and Virtual Reality visualisation.
  • Experience of working in an architectural environment.
  • Architectural or Technician qualifications are desirable.
  • BS EN ISO19650 knowledge and / or certification desirable.

What the role includes:

Reporting into the Project Director, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate your passion for design, together with your co-ordination, innovation and technical expertise to deliver great projects which not only exceed their clients’ expectations but also reflect the award-winning practice’s vision and values.

 

Why work here:

Offering an outstanding benefits package, including hybrid and flexible working options, well-being activities, social events, mentoring, training and development, and a real focus on employee satisfaction. This is practice that makes the creative journey an enjoyable one for all. Offering flexible working, 1-2 days from home and total of 36.5 hours work a week.

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Senior Interior Designer (Workplace)
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Opportunity to join a leading workplace strategy & design team with a global multidisciplinary design firm

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Our client, a globally recognized and established multidisciplinary design firm, is seeking a talented Senior Workplace Interior Designer to join their vibrant team. Nestled at the boundary between the fast-paced City of London and the eclectic melting pot of the East, their offices provide an inspiring backdrop for innovation and collaboration. As a key player in the industry, this firm places a strong emphasis on place research and knowledge sharing, making it the perfect environment for individuals who are passionate about pushing the boundaries of design practice.

 

Joining this company means becoming part of a cutting-edge workplace strategy team that brings together expertise from diverse fields, including data analytics, psychology, architecture, and design. The collaborative nature of the team fosters innovation, allowing you to contribute your unique skills and ideas to impactful projects. With a client base that boasts major brands in the Finance and Technology sectors, you'll have the opportunity to work on projects that shape the future of work environments. Additionally, the company's impressive track record is evident in their collection of over 100 design awards, showcasing their commitment to excellence and creativity. A brilliant opportunity to be part of a global leader in workplace design.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop design proposals for client presentations, encompassing concept ideas, layout development, finishes, materials, and furniture
  • Managing design programming and personal deadlines
  • Producing design information, drawings, and 3D content
  • Coordinating design efforts with external consultants
  • Delivering presentations to clients and project teams
  • Collaborating with the strategy team to meet client requirements
  • Working closely with design partners for detailed design and construction monitoring

       

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • Degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture or have similar experience in the design industry.
  • Minimum 6 years of post-graduate experience in workplace projects
  • Highly skilled in using Revit
  • Experience in creating Schematic and Developed Design packages, including schedules and specifications.
  • Strong communication skills 

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Senior Interior Designer (FF&E)
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Talented Senior FF&E Designer required, with a background in high end residential, maritime / yachts, F&B, or Hospitality

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

We are happy to be working with highly successful design studio in SE1, London, where the client is looking for a talented Senior FF&E Designer.

The projects are niche and have billion-dollar budgets.

Senior FF&E Designer required with at least 5 years' of experience, as well as a passion for organisation and creating conceptual designs, including colour and texture.

To be successful in this role as Senior FF&E Designer, you will need excellent knowledge of FF&E selections (materials, finishes, detailing and scheduling) and be CAD proficient.  

Ideal project experience includes: Hospitality, high end residential, maritime, yachts or F&B commercial background.

Your CV and portfolio needs to demonstrate experience of producing FF&E specifications, costings, materials, finishes and sanitary schedules.

Role guide:

  • Attend project / client meetings
  • Manage and delegate where necessary the procurement of FF&E products
  • Mentoring and supporting junior / mid weight FF&E Designers
  • Attend and lead project meetings
  • Manage and oversee the production of FF&E presentations and packs
  • Nurture relationships with suppliers
  • Attend client meetings  

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Senior Interior Designer / Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Leading design firm, working on luxury high-end residential and hospitality projects

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Our client, a leading design firm renowned for their luxury interiors, boasts an impressive portfolio of high-end residential and hospitality projects.

We are looking for a Senior Interior Designer, or Architect, with a strong focus on FF&E to join our client’s dynamic team. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years' of UK experience and a proven track record in designing and delivering high-quality interiors for private homes or hotels/restaurants.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Design and deliver high-quality interiors for luxury residential and hospitality projects.
  • Communicate effectively with clients, presenting design ideas using hand sketches, samples, and presentation software such as InDesign, SketchUp, and Photoshop.
  • Stay updated with current interior trends and demonstrate a passion for high-quality materials and attention to detail.
  • Manage projects effectively, showing strong leadership and organisational skills.
  • Use strong technical knowledge and relevant site experience to ensure successful project delivery.
  • Commitment to working in a 3D BIM environment, with Revit competence being an advantage.

     

Requirements:

  • 5+ years' UK experience in interior design or architecture.
  • Proficiency in Revit, and other relevant design software.
  • Proven track record in designing and delivering high-quality interiors for private homes or hospitality projects.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong leadership and project management skills.
  • Knowledge of EstiPC is a plus
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50000
Bid Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£30,000 - £35,000
Permanent

Great opportunity with a World Architecture Top 100 Practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Company:

Our client is an award-winning, employee-owned architectural and heritage consultancy practice with a commitment to quality, innovation, and diversity who are in the World Architecture Top 100 Practice. They have staff of approximately 280 talented architects, designers, heritage consultants and surveyors across 14 offices, in the UK, Hong Kong and Australia.

 

Summary of role:

We are currently looking for a creative Bid Coordinator with a passion for architecture to join their Bids Team in London.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the project management of bids and taking ownership to maximise the bids success. You will be working within the wider Bids Team to support on strategic ambitions and the submissions of bids.

This is a fast-paced full-time role which requires the ability to work well under pressure and to tight deadlines, so excellent time management is essential. It also requires an excellent all-round understanding of business challenges, processes and marketing opportunities to be able to work on various different bids with different requirements, managing the key stakeholders from Architect to Partner to ensure you are able to meet the bid needs.

If you are passionate about architecture, self-motivated and have excellent communication skills, this role will allow you to work within a successful architecture practice using your creative skills to deliver quality bid submissions.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Managing a central inbox and opportunities
  • Assisting in formulating and implementing strategies to help win new projects across a range of sectors.
  • Building strong relationships with internal stakeholders to produce proposals and presentation materials.
  • Overseeing the end to end bid process and ensuring the bid procedures are followed correctly.
  • Producing quality bid submissions, reviewing information that is provided for bids to ensure consistency and accuracy, excellent proof reading skills are essential
  • Design layouts for bids and tenders, collating relevant images and graphics for submissions
  • Maintaining the internal database with details of bids, regularly reviewing bid metrics
  • Updating library of standard PQQ information, staff CVs, project case studies and photographs, filed in accordance with practice standards

     

Requirements:

  • Excellent InDesign skills
  • Strong time management and organisational skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with exceptional attention to detail.
  • Experience with collaborating with people of all levels and ability to adjust your communication style to manage your stakeholders
  • Experience working in the architectural / construction industry
  • Experience dealing with high-value bids.

 

Desirable:
  • Graphic design skills
  • Experience using portals such as Due North, Pro-contract, Intend

 

Why work here:

Benefits package includes agile, flexible and hybrid working, (2 days WFH) annual leave increasing with long service, life assurance, study sponsorship with paid study leave, sabbaticals, employee assistance programme, season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, virtual GP service, subscription fees, company day out, a volunteering scheme and enhanced learning & development opportunities.

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35000
BIM Coordinator / Architectural Technologist
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£42,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Award-winning architecture studio with a focus on high-quality design

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Join this award-winning architecture studio with a focus on high-quality design and close relationships with world-leading clients and developers.

 

My client is looking for a talented BIM Coordinator / Revit Technologist to join their team in a hybrid role that offers the opportunity to contribute to project coordination, BIM management, and architectural technologist duties.

To be successful in this role, you must have a minimum of 3 years of professional experience in BIM and architectural technology, as well as strong Revit skills and knowledge of BIM protocols. Excellent communication skills and a collaborative mindset are also essential.

If you're excited about the prospect of working with a dynamic team with a reputation for excellence, apply today!

 

Minimum requirements:
  • At least 3 years professional BIM and Architectural Technologist experience.
  • Strong REVIT skills
  • Good knowledge of BIM protocols
  • UK project experience
  • UK construction experience   

 

The practice offer great working environment, good list of benefits and career progression.

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45000
BIM Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Design-led architectural studio in Central London

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Studio:

You will be joining a leading design-led architectural studio with an impressive track record of developing and maintaining long term relationships with the world's leading developers.  The dedicated team of 30, highly-skilled architects, designers and support staff are working across a diverse portfolio including, residential, hotel, commercial and community projects.

Our client encourages personal career development and supports staff with training, collaboration and mentoring. Promoting core office hours and flexible working they offer a sensible work–life balance. Offering a fantastic pension scheme, life and health insurance, profit share bonus, educational training support, mental health support programmes and social and sports events throughout the year including field trips (previous locations include Helsinki, Madrid, Porto).

Summary of Role:

We are currently seeking an experienced BIM coordinator to join our clients' London team, playing a pivotal role in their growth. In this position, you will collaborate with design teams to coordinate projects, provide support to the senior team in BIM management and troubleshooting activities, and engage in architectural/technologist work. This multifaceted role encompasses both BIM coordination and Architectural Technologist responsibilities.

Ideal candidates for this role include architects or architectural technologists with a demonstrated passion for high-quality design and relevant experience with Revit. Their BIM project information management aligns with the ISO19650:2018 Parts 1 and 2 guidelines, and our client holds full accreditation in compliance with these standards.

Ideal Candidate:

  • a minimum of three years’ professional BIM and architectural or technologist experience (UK only)
  • excellent Revit skills
  • good working knowledge of BIM protocols
  • excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • have a good working knowledge of: REVIT, AUTOCAD and BIM 360
  • will most likely have worked in a small to medium sized practice specialising in UK residential or other high specification bespoke projects

45000
50000
Mid-weight Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £37,000
Permanent

Opportunity for a talented Interior Designer with a background in Luxury hospitality / F&B

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Our client is looking for a talented and enthusiastic Mid-Weight Interior Designer to join their successful team. We're searching for someone passionate, organized, detail-oriented, and able to work quickly. The ideal candidate should be able to start working right away, but there is flexibility for the right person. If you think you have what it takes for this role, we'd like to hear from you!

 

The Company:

 

Based in London Bridge, our client is a highly successful and established design studio, with wonderfully niche projects - including a 1 billion Euro project for a well-known entertainment brand.  

 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Experience and expertise in using Vectorworks and CAD software fluently in 2D and 3D. 
  • Ability to create and develop conceptual designs, including the skill of using colour and texture. 
  • Advanced skills in Photoshop, SketchUp, and MS Office. 
  • Self-confident and receptive to constructive feedback. 
  • Ability to manage time, generate/manage schedules, and workflow of projects efficiently. 
  • Excellent communication skills including verbal, written, and visual. 
  • Exceptional attention to detail. 
  • Ability to understand and generate plans creatively using sketches and CAD software. 

 Knowledge, Skills, and Experience 

  • A minimum of 4 years' experience  
  • Expertise in necessary software applications, including Vectorworks  
  • Skilled in creating conceptual designs with a focus on colour and texture
  • Luxury hospitality or F&B project experience
  • Capability to effectively present ideas and concepts. 
  • Attentiveness and active listening to understand requirements and feedback. 
  • Proactive approach and willingness to take independent action with a problem-solver attitude 

      

Our client offers two days a week hybrid workings, a comprehensive list of benefits along with paid overtime – this is a friendly, collaborative team who encourages growth, involvement, and support development. 

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37000
Business Development & Marketing Coordinator
Manchester
,
North West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£30,000 - £35,000
Permanent

Great opportunity with this award-winning, global, employee-owned architectural consultancy

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Company:

Our client is an award-winning, employee-owned architectural and heritage consultancy practice with a commitment to quality, innovation, and diversity who are in the World Architecture Top 100 Practice. They have staff of approximately 280 talented architects, designers, heritage consultants and surveyors across 14 offices, in the UK, Hong Kong and Australia.

 

Summary of role:

We're in search of a dynamic Business Development & Marketing Coordinator to join a thriving team in Manchester. The successful candidate will be stationed at the Manchester Studio but will be required to travel to other North Region studios in Manchester and York to fulfill their role.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Regional business development (BD) strategy, campaigns, initiatives, and research: work alongside the Regional Senior Team to support and coordinate a meaningful strategic plan and initiatives.
  • Regional BD meetings: coordination and support.
  • Excellent writing skills to draft text for company collateral (brochures, website etc)
  • Peer-to-peer (P2Ps): Strategic programme and coordination of P2Ps ensuring research is undertaken in advance and relevant collateral is prepared.
  • Manage appointment setting for regional team
  • Regional networking events: Research, coordinate and attendance to networking events.
  • Publicity: Pro-actively championing regional project and people stories for publicity opportunities and social media campaigns, to feed through to the central Marketing & Communications team
  • Customer relationship management (CRM): Updating BD information in the company’s CRM system (Rapport).
  • In-house Events: Organisation and management of planned events. Includes the strategy, coordination and follow ups to the events.
  • Collateral support: Work closely with central Marketing & Communications team to develop and ensure collateral is up to date and relevant.
  • Award support: Work closely with central Marketing& Communications team on regional award submissions and strategies.
  • Support on thought leadership pieces to celebrate projects and people.
  • Champion the North Region within the company.    

 

 Requirements:

  • Experience in a similar role at an Architectural practice is essential
  • Experience in marketing and / or business development
  • Experience with social media and CRM management
  • Experience of dealing with people at all levels, both on the telephone, via email and in-person
  • Experience of working in a pressured environment with frequent interruptions.
  • Knowledge of the architecture / construction industry
  • Able to work proactively on own initiative and prioritise workload
  • Ability to be responsible for own areas of work
  • Quality standards of accuracy and presentation
  • Excellent organisational skills and able to multi-task
  • Clear and quality communication skills both verbal and written
  • Co-operative team member.    

 

Why work here:

Benefits package includes agile, flexible and hybrid working, (a minimum of 4 days in office, up to 1 -2 days WFH) annual leave increasing with long service, life assurance, study sponsorship with paid study leave, sabbaticals, employee assistance programme, season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, virtual GP service, subscription fees, company day out, a volunteering scheme and enhanced learning & development opportunities.

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35000
Business Development Assistant / Marketing Assistant
Cambridge
,
East of England
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£24,000 - £28,000
Permanent

Superb opportunity with a global, employee-owned architectural consultancy

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client

Our client is an award-winning, employee-owned architectural and heritage consultancy practice with a commitment to quality, innovation, and diversity who are in the World Architecture Top 100 Practice. They have staff of approximately 280 talented architects, designers, heritage consultants and surveyors across 14 offices, in the UK, Hong Kong and Australia.

 

Summary of role:

We are seeking a Business Development Assistant who will support the regional Senior Management Team & Regional Bid Coordinator with the business development and marketing initiatives across the East Region.  

The role will be an integrated member of the regional support team, and from time to time will involve assisting with document production and local office support. This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with team who are growing a portfolio of fascinating projects across the region.

 

Responsibilities

  • Bid and award submission support
  • BD strategies, campaigns and research support
  • Document creation support for the regional team (including PowerPoint presentations and InDesign/Affinity brochures reports)
  • CRM and pipeline projects administration
  • Coordinating regional and local networking events
  • Proactively looking for PR/social media content across the team
  • Supporting in photography and maintaining the internal imagery library
  • Event support
  • Producing BD and marketing collateral within brand guidelines
  • Working and collaborating with an international bid community team
  • Providing active communication between local and regional team
  • Assisting with local facilities, Health & Safety, audit and maintenance support
  • Coordination of monthly studio and quarterly regional meetings
  • Day-to-day office tasks and maintaining studio environment
  • Manage appointment setting for regional team
  • Research and coordinate team attendance to networking events.      

 

Requirements

  • Experience and/or strong interest in marketing and business development
  • Experience providing administrative, marketing, business development support within an architectural practice or construction industry
  • Intermediate level: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Previous experience using Adobe Creative Suites (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)
  • Experience of dealing with people at all levels, via Teams and face-to-face
  • Experience of meeting deadlines and working in a dynamic and exciting environment
  • Very high standards of accuracy and presentation
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  • Able to work proactively on own initiative and prioritise workload
  • Excellent organisational skills and able to multitask
  • Proactive ‘can do’ approach
  • Must enjoy a challenge and have a positive outlook

     

Why work here

Benefits package includes agile, flexible and hybrid working, (a minimum of 4 days in office, up to 1 -2 days WFH) annual leave increasing with long service, life assurance, study sponsorship with paid study leave, sabbaticals, employee assistance programme, season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, virtual GP service, subscription fees, company day out, a volunteering scheme and enhanced learning & development opportunities.

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28000
Interior Designer / Project Manager
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£42,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Amazing opportunity with this established design consultancy and a pioneer within the maritime interior design arena.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Company

An established and expanding design consultancy specializing in top-tier (multi-billion) marine interior design ventures, collaborating closely with suppliers to fulfill clients' requirements and aspirations. Providing a hybrid work schedule of two days per week (upon successful completion of probation period), along with a generous benefits package and compensated overtime, our client is known for its friendly and collaborative atmosphere. They foster an environment that promotes growth, active participation, and supports professional development.

 

Summary of Role

As a Project Manager / Senior Interior Designer, you should have successfully led a team throughout the entire project life-cycle, showcasing your proven expertise in delivering outstanding designs and on-site experience. The role requires a professional who can present a portfolio demonstrating consistent project success, effective budget management, and a strategic approach leading to profitability.

 

Education

Educated to a relevant degree or diploma level, with 8 years’ post grad experience

Applicable knowledge of project management methodologies.

 

Skills:

  • Ability to create and develop conceptual designs including the skill of using colour and texture
  • Experience in using CAD software fluently in 2D and 3D
  • Knowledge of Vectorworks would be advantageous
  • Skilled in the use of Microsoft Office especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of FF&E selection (materials, finishes, detailing and scheduling)
  • Self-confident and receptive to constructive feedback
  • Ability to manage time, generate/manage schedules and workflow of projects efficiently
  • Quality experience dealing with contractors and sub-teams on site including Architects and Engineers
  • Ability to understand and generate plans creatively using sketches and CAD software
  • Proven track record of 8 years plus in a Project Management field.
  • Familiar with project reporting and documentation requirements.
  • Good communication skills & ability to present at a high level.
  • Proven ability in mentoring and assisting junior and middle-weight designers
  • Knowledge of producing client proposals at a high level to assist the directors
  • Strong interpersonal skills, detail oriented and able to manage and coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously

     

Responsibilities:

  • Presenting to clients at steering committee meetings.
  • Managing a project efficiently, to program and budget
  • Show leadership and initiative in managing projects, schedules, and project timelines.
  • Proactive about managing deadlines and client expectations.
  • Managing and briefing design team on live projects, including control and sign-off of their project time logs and attendance.
  • Providing support for members within the team, delegating work and maintaining team budgeted hours.
  • Building and growing client relationships.
  • Maturing existing client relationships to pursue repeat and existing business
  • Developing detailed designs and choosing materials
  • Going to site and working closely with sub-contractors and clients
  • Accountable for project deliverables and the approval of project output
  • Taking part in senior management meetings when requested
  • Maintaining client satisfaction and profitability in regard to all projects you are involved in.
  • You have direct responsibility for organising and controlling your personal team and all others who you may become involved with.
  • Acting upon all decisions made with and by Directors in relation to the development and continued success of client.
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45000
Project Architect
Stroud, Gloucs.
,
South West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£43,000 - £49,000
Permanent

Boutique, design-led architecture studio, working on exciting UK projects across luxury residential, mixed-use, and commercial sectors.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are seeking a Project Architect to join a prestigious, design-focused studio based in London or the Cotswolds, UK. Our client specialises in delivering a distinctive and creative architectural and design service across a diverse range of luxury residential and commercial building projects.

 

The ideal candidate will possess significant industry experience with a proven track record of involvement in UK projects from concept to completion. A demonstrated passion for contributing to exceptional architectural projects is a key requirement for success in this role.

 

Summary of Role:

We are in search of an outstanding architect to join a current team of 6, dedicated to working on a variety of luxury residential, mixed-use, and commercial projects across the UK. These projects typically range from 5 million to 10 million gbp in value. The ideal candidate should showcase high-quality work samples along with their application. A proactive and adaptable mindset, a strong appetite for learning, and a profound understanding of our clients' projects and culture are indispensable qualities for this role.

 

Requirements:

You will have exceptional design and presentation skills, coupled with a firm dedication to delivering work of the highest quality. We are especially keen to connect with architects who have around 2 to 4 years of experience following their Part III qualification, along with a background in UK conservation/heritage projects.

  • 3+ years of professional experience, post Part 3
  • Sector relevant UK experience, across most work stages
  • Strong design ethos and a passion for developing creative solutions
  • Strong presentation and communication skills
  • Proficiency with AutoCAD is beneficial.
  • Competent verbal and written communication skills
  • An enthusiastic, friendly and pro-active attitude
  • A willingness to partake and contribute to the vibrant studio   

 

Why Work Here:

Providing a competitive salary, open to negotiation based on experience, along with an annual bonus of up-to 5% linked to company profits. Additional benefits include enhanced family leave, private medical insurance, an employee referral bonus, regular team experiences and events, and a fantastic opportunity for career development and advancement.

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49000
Project Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£43,000 - £49,000
Permanent

Boutique, design-led architecture studio, working on exciting UK projects across luxury residential, mixed-use, and commercial sectors.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are seeking a Project Architect to join a prestigious, design-focused studio based in London or the Cotswolds, UK. Our client specialises in delivering a distinctive and creative architectural and design service across a diverse range of luxury residential and commercial building projects.

 

The ideal candidate will possess significant industry experience with a proven track record of involvement in UK projects from concept to completion. A demonstrated passion for contributing to exceptional architectural projects is a key requirement for success in this role.

 

Summary of Role:

We are in search of an outstanding architect to join a current team of 6, dedicated to working on a variety of luxury residential, mixed-use, and commercial projects across the UK. These projects typically range from 5 million to 10 million gbp in value. The ideal candidate should showcase high-quality work samples along with their application. A proactive and adaptable mindset, a strong appetite for learning, and a profound understanding of our clients' projects and culture are indispensable qualities for this role.

 

Requirements:

You will have exceptional design and presentation skills, coupled with a firm dedication to delivering work of the highest quality. We are especially keen to connect with architects who have around 2 to 4 years of experience following their Part III qualification, along with a background in UK conservation/heritage projects.

  • 3+ years of professional experience, post Part 3
  • Sector relevant UK experience, across most work stages
  • Strong design ethos and a passion for developing creative solutions
  • Strong presentation and communication skills
  • Proficiency with AutoCAD is beneficial.
  • Competent verbal and written communication skills
  • An enthusiastic, friendly and pro-active attitude
  • A willingness to partake and contribute to the vibrant studio   

 

Why Work Here:

Providing a competitive salary, open to negotiation based on experience, along with an annual bonus of up-to 5% linked to company profits. Additional benefits include enhanced family leave, private medical insurance, an employee referral bonus, regular team experiences and events, and a fantastic opportunity for career development and advancement.

43000
49000
Senior Administrator
Canterbury, Kent
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£30,000 - £32,000
Fixed Term Contract

Award-winning employee-owned architectural and heritage consultancy

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

My client is looking to hire a Senior Administrator at their Canterbury studio.  As the Senior Administrator, your role is to provide the key link between the Canterbury Technical Team and Leadership Team along with ensuring the studio works effectively and efficiently. The Senior Administrator role has a wide remit from knowing what’s going on with projects, including timelines, resourcing requirements, utilisation, targets, and margins along with excellent all-round understanding of facilities management and processes.

The successful candidate needs to be diligent with a hands-on approach along with the ability to be adaptable and collaborative with excellent multi-tasking.

This fantastic company, comprising of 280 people, is an award-winning employee-owned architectural and heritage consultancy practice with a commitment to quality, innovation, and diversity.

Senior Administrator Role & Responsibilities:

  • Facilities management of the office ensuring all Health & Safety and ISO standards are achieved and maintained.
  • Support Lead Persons with fee and resource management ensuring project margins/profitability is met, using our internal project management software (Rapport).
  • Support Leadership Team with monitoring employee utilisation, workload and studio financial stability.
  • Booking meeting rooms, hosting guests, end to end meeting coordination.
  • Front office duties, including meeting and greeting visitors and answering calls.
  • Ensuring adequate stock of stationery, kitchen, and office supplies; managing confidential waste
  • Arranging and managing local staff events, celebrations and employee recognition.
  • Act as the ‘go to' person’ for all employee office needs.
  • Providing new employees with induction and Health & Safety information


Skills & Qualifications Required

  • Previous experience in an Office Management role – ideally within Architecture, Design and or Construction sectors
  • Proven problem-solving skills
  • Professional demeanor
  • Strong communication & attention to detail
  • Exceptional organisational skills.
  • Have a flexible approach and be able to prioritise
  • Experience of working in a pressured environment with frequent interruptions.
  • Enthusiasm for developing skills and knowledge
  • Ability to work in a team locally, regionally and within the wider business
  • Proficient in Office 365

30000
32000
Senior Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Multi-disciplinary design consultancy, focusing on large scale residential and housing projects

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

This long-term established Architecture firm is looking for Senior Architect with Residential, Housing project experience.

The practice has won numerous awards and has a reputation for providing a comprehensive approach to designing buildings with the end user in mind.

As Senior Architect, you will lead on the design and delivery of projects of varied sizes – medium to large scale. The Senior Architects at this practice work independently on feasibility studies and contribute to project design and technical reviews.  

Relevant Experience:
  • Emphasise your experience in residential and housing projects, highlighting specific examples of successful projects you have led or been heavily involved in.
  • Show any awards or recognition you may have received for your work in the field.
Comprehensive Approach:
  • Highlight your understanding and commitment to a comprehensive approach to design, particularly one that prioritises the end user's needs and experiences.

Project Leadership:
  • Highlight your ability to lead and manage projects of varied sizes, demonstrating your experience in handling both medium and large-scale projects.
  • Mention your capacity to work independently on feasibility studies, as well as your contributions to project design and technical reviews.

Architectural Skills:
  • Outline your skills in architectural design, detailing, and technical aspects. Provide examples of how you have applied these skills in previous projects. Revit software proficiency is important

Resume and Portfolio:
  • Ensure your resume and portfolio are up to date, with a focus on projects that demonstrate your expertise in residential and housing architecture.

Key responsibilities:

  • Lead on the design and delivery of projects of any size and/or take a senior role within a large team  
  • Establish and document project requirements clearly  
  • Work independently on feasibility studies  
  • Contribute to project design and technical reviews  
  • Assist with financial management and resourcing of projects  
  • Assist with bids, competitions, and interviews for new work  
  • Maintain good relationships with clients, consultants, and contractors  
  • Co-ordinate design work as necessary with other consultants  
  • Produce design and technical drawings (Revit proficiency required)
  • Produce presentation material and reports
  • Be responsible for compliance with practice processes on projects, including the Project Quality Plans  
  • Maintain project primer as appropriate

To be good at this role you need to be able to:

  • Prioritise workload and meet deadlines  
  • Clever design eye and drawing skills  
  • Ability to communicate ideas both verbally and visually  
  • Knowledge of UK legislation, planning, construction, health, and safety  
  • Knowledge of Revit  
  • Knowledge of Adobe packages.  
  • RIBA Part III or equivalent overseas qualification  

 

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50000
Chartered Landscape Architect
Norwich
,
East of England
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Established, multi-disciplinary consultancy, working on a wide variety of projects types.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are seeking a certified Landscape Architect to join a well-established consultancy with robust revenue streams, expanding their London or South-East Landscapes team. Collaborating closely with the team's Associate, you will ensure efficient and professional project delivery that aligns with client expectations. Additionally, your role will involve assisting with fee proposals and other deliverables.

 

The growing Landscape Architectural team is an integral part of a large UK multi-disciplinary practice with six offices nationwide, engaging in diverse projects across various sectors, including residential development, education, public realm, healthcare, and commercial areas. Effective communication, collaboration, and self-motivation are crucial qualities for success in this dynamic environment.

 

As part of your responsibilities, you will craft landscape design schemes, generate comprehensive reports, manage projects, provide support and guidance to team members, participate in project-specific meetings with clients and consultants, and drive actions toward agreed-upon business objectives.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Prepare landscape design schemes, write reports, and project manage.
  • Manage production and deadlines for assigned work individually or as part of a team.
  • Undertake site inspections, boundary surveys, site appraisals, and data analysis.
  • Prepare Landscape Management Plans, Measured Works, Cost estimates, and other deliverables within RIBA stages 2-5.
  • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to ensure coordinated proposals.
  • Execute RIBA stages 5-6 work, including site auditing and reporting.
  • Conduct site meetings, planning meetings, public consultation meetings, and design team meetings.
  • Manage health and safety risk registers, derogations schedules, and auditing processes.
  • Perform other landscape architectural design duties as required.
  • Foster strong client relationships and loyalty through effective communication and support.

      

 What makes you good at your job:

  • Ideally you will have experience of working within a Building Information Modelling (BIM) environment, and Revit/ AutoCAD user plus knowledge of FormIt would be an additional benefit
  • You should have great technical knowledge, quality presentation skills, and have excellent report writing abilities with the use of the Adobe Creative Suite, NBS Chorus, Publisher, and good hand sketching
  • You will play a central role in client management and satisfaction, maintaining and growing existing relationships, while identifying future opportunities
  • You should be great at advising clients and project teams on relevant landscape matters for planning, landscape management, and biodiversity
  • You should adapt to contributing to fee agreements by setting out the scope of service to be delivered on each project       

 

You are:

  • You are a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (ideally at least 3 years post Chartership) or confident candidates with suitable experience who are on the Pathway to Chartership
  • You are experienced in leading all stages of designing and delivering multiple projects on-site
  • You have excellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate competently and confidently
  • You are independent, highly organised, and technically proficient who is proactive with a can-do attitude

  

Why work here:

Offering a vibrant workplace the growing team provides an inspiring environment, they emphasize career growth, training, and comprehensive benefits. Offering up to two days a week working from home, a generous leave allowance with flexibility to buy annual leave, contributory pension, CPD/ training support, cycle to work scheme, employee recognition/reward scheme, company financed healthcare cashback plan, professional subscription, business mileage, employee assistance and more.

40000
45000
Chartered Landscape Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Established, multi-disciplinary consultancy, working on a wide variety of projects types.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are seeking a certified Landscape Architect to join a well-established consultancy with robust revenue streams, expanding their London or South-East Landscapes team. Collaborating closely with the team's Associate, you will ensure efficient and professional project delivery that aligns with client expectations. Additionally, your role will involve assisting with fee proposals and other deliverables.

 

The growing Landscape Architectural team is an integral part of a large UK multi-disciplinary practice with six offices nationwide, engaging in diverse projects across various sectors, including residential development, education, public realm, healthcare, and commercial areas. Effective communication, collaboration, and self-motivation are crucial qualities for success in this dynamic environment.

 

As part of your responsibilities, you will craft landscape design schemes, generate comprehensive reports, manage projects, provide support and guidance to team members, participate in project-specific meetings with clients and consultants, and drive actions toward agreed-upon business objectives.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Prepare landscape design schemes, write reports, and project manage.
  • Manage production and deadlines for assigned work individually or as part of a team.
  • Undertake site inspections, boundary surveys, site appraisals, and data analysis.
  • Prepare Landscape Management Plans, Measured Works, Cost estimates, and other deliverables within RIBA stages 2-5.
  • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to ensure coordinated proposals.
  • Execute RIBA stages 5-6 work, including site auditing and reporting.
  • Conduct site meetings, planning meetings, public consultation meetings, and design team meetings.
  • Manage health and safety risk registers, derogations schedules, and auditing processes.
  • Perform other landscape architectural design duties as required.
  • Foster strong client relationships and loyalty through effective communication and support.

      

 What makes you good at your job:

  • Ideally you will have experience of working within a Building Information Modelling (BIM) environment, and Revit/ AutoCAD user plus knowledge of FormIt would be an additional benefit
  • You should have great technical knowledge, quality presentation skills, and have excellent report writing abilities with the use of the Adobe Creative Suite, NBS Chorus, Publisher, and good hand sketching
  • You will play a central role in client management and satisfaction, maintaining and growing existing relationships, while identifying future opportunities
  • You should be great at advising clients and project teams on relevant landscape matters for planning, landscape management, and biodiversity
  • You should adapt to contributing to fee agreements by setting out the scope of service to be delivered on each project       

 

You are:

  • You are a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (ideally at least 3 years post Chartership) or confident candidates with suitable experience who are on the Pathway to Chartership
  • You are experienced in leading all stages of designing and delivering multiple projects on-site
  • You have excellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate competently and confidently
  • You are independent, highly organised, and technically proficient who is proactive with a can-do attitude

  

Why work here:

Offering a vibrant workplace the growing team provides an inspiring environment, they emphasize career growth, training, and comprehensive benefits. Offering up to two days a week working from home, a generous leave allowance with flexibility to buy annual leave, contributory pension, CPD/ training support, cycle to work scheme, employee recognition/reward scheme, company financed healthcare cashback plan, professional subscription, business mileage, employee assistance and more.

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45000
Senior Landscape Architect
Suffolk
,
East of England
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Design & Environmental Consultancy, offering excellent benefits and career prospects

Remote
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We're looking for a skilled Chartered Senior Landscape Architect to join an award-winning team. You'll primarily collaborate with developers on large-scale residential projects in a dynamic environment. The team emphasizes professional development, mentoring, and support and actively cultivate strong, enduring relationships with clients, co-consultants, and contractors, particularly with well-established residential developers across the UK. With numerous large-scale residential projects underway nationwide, this is an excellent opportunity to be part of an expanding and thriving team.

 

In this role, you'll lead as a Senior Landscape Architect, overseeing fee-earning production projects either independently or collaboratively. Your responsibilities include supporting and mentoring team members, nurturing client relationships, and advancing agreed business goals. Beyond driving project design and delivery, the ideal candidate will also assume a senior leadership role in the sizable team.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Oversee production and timely delivery of assigned work, managing both individual and team responsibilities.
  • Handle project inception, quoting, briefing, and deadline delivery, allocating tasks, and tracking progress for departmental projects.
  • Conduct on-site data gathering, prepare plans and reports, ensuring compliance with RIBA work stage requirements and completing QA processes.
  • Provide reports, progress updates, and advice to clients, conducting site visits, surveys, and various meetings.
  • Manage health and safety processes, including risk registers and audits, and contribute to related reports.
  • Prepare landscape management plans, masterplans, concept plans, and various design documents.
  • Produce construction details, specifications, and schedules, as well as quantity and cost estimates.
  • Conduct site audits, snagging, and reporting, ensuring compliance with QA processes before work issuance.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams, considering ecological and arboricultural factors in proposals.
  • Support and mentor team members, providing guidance and facilitating professional development.
  • Develop and deliver departmental training programs as needed.
  • Manage departmental workload, allocate resources efficiently, and maintain client relationships.

 What makes you good at your job:

  • CMLI status required
  • Minimum degree or equivalent qualification in Landscape Architecture
  • Postgraduate qualification in Landscape Design or similar
  • Minimum 6 + years post-graduate experience
  • Extensive experience of managing, running and leading multi-disciplinary teams
  • Broad and varied report writing skills to a good speed and standard
  • Significant project, site and task management experience
  • Extensive landscape design experience/ skills/ knowledge
  • Extensive knowledge of RIBA stages and UK Planning Policy
  • Excellent and varied IT Microsoft office skills
  • Excellent CAD drafting skills
  • Full Driving Licence needed

 Why work here:

Offering a vibrant workplace in Suffolk, the growing team of 30 employees provides an inspiring environment. Located near Cambridge and London, they emphasize career growth, training, and comprehensive benefits. Serious about work-life balance they offer flexible, hybrid working options to accommodate individual preferences – whether office-based or predominately working from home.

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50000
Landscape Architect
Suffolk
,
East of England
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£30,000 - £40,000
Permanent

Design & Environmental Consultancy, offering excellent benefits and career prospects

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are in search of a Landscape Architect to join an experienced team. Your primary focus will involve collaboration with developers on expansive residential projects within a dynamic work environment. The team places a strong emphasis on professional growth, mentorship, and support, actively fostering enduring connections with clients, co-consultants, and contractors, particularly within the well-established residential development sector across the UK. With numerous large-scale residential projects currently in progress nationwide, this presents an outstanding opportunity to become an integral part of an expanding and thriving team.

 

As part of this role, you will be responsible for crafting landscape design schemes, generating comprehensive reports, managing projects, providing support and guidance to team members, participating in project-specific meetings with clients and consultants, and driving action towards agreed-upon business objectives.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Prepare landscape design schemes, write reports, and project manage.
  • Manage production and deadlines for assigned work individually or as part of a team.
  • Conduct site visits for data gathering and return to the office to prepare designs, plans, drawings, reports, etc.
  • Undertake site inspections, boundary surveys, site appraisals, and data analysis.
  • Prepare Landscape Management Plans, Measured Works, Cost estimates, and other deliverables within RIBA stages 2-5.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to ensure coordinated proposals.
  • Execute RIBA stages 5-6 work, including site auditing and reporting.
  • Conduct site meetings, planning meetings, public consultation meetings, and design team meetings.
  • Manage health and safety risk registers, derogations schedules, and auditing processes.
  • Perform other landscape architectural design duties as required.
  • Assist the CEO/Associate Director with fee quotes for new projects.
  • Provide technical guidance and support for efficient team productivity.
  • Attend project-related meetings with clients.
  • Foster strong client relationships and loyalty through effective communication and support.      

 

What makes you good at your job:

  • Minimum a degree or equivalent qualification in landscape design and a post graduate qualification or equivalent
  • A member of Landscape Institute or equivalent
  • Minimum 3 + years post-graduate experience.
  • Broad and varied report writing skills to a good speed and standard
  • Good project, site and task management experience
  • Good landscape design experience / skills/ knowledge
  • Knowledge of RIBA stages and UK Planning Policy
  • Competent CAD drafting skills
  • Excellent and varied IT Microsoft office skills

 

Why work here:

Offering a vibrant workplace in Suffolk, the growing team of 30 employees provides an inspiring environment. Located near Cambridge and London,they emphasize career growth, training, and comprehensive benefits. Serious about work-life balance they offer flexible, hybrid working options to accommodate individual preferences – upon satisfactory completion of probation and orientation.

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40000
Graduate Landscape Architect
Suffolk
,
East of England
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£25,000 - £30,000
Permanent

Design & Environmental Consultancy, offering professional support and excellent career prospects.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are in search of a Graduate Landscape Architect to join an experienced team, recognised for its excellence. Your primary focus will involve collaboration with developers on expansive residential & housing projects within a dynamic work environment.

The team places a strong emphasis on professional growth, mentorship, and support, actively fostering enduring connections with clients, co-consultants, and contractors, particularly within the well-established residential development sector across the UK. With numerous large-scale residential projects currently in progress nationwide, this presents an outstanding opportunity to become an integral part of an expanding and thriving team.

 

This is a great opportunity for a Graduate Landscape Architect who is looking to develop and grow their career within an enthusiastic and passionate team of Landscape Architects. The successful candidate will be working to deliver exciting projects within the UK across a number of sectors, particularly within the residential sectors. As a Graduate Landscape Architect, you will assist the Senior Landscape Architects in the design of landscape projects and attend site visits where you will see your designs being implemented.

 

You will be expected to:

  • Be a recent Landscape Architecture graduate
  • Learn to deliver creative solutions on high-quality projects
  • Be exposed to a wide range of design and assessment projects with a variety of clients
  • Working collaboratively within an established team of Landscape Architects and Ecologists
  • Develop skills to create plans and drawings of built and natural environments using computer-aided design programs     

 

What makes you good at your job:

  • A degree in Landscape Architecture or related subject (UK)
  • Some UK experience in this field
  • Cad software experience
  • Eligibility to work in the UK is a must – no sponsorship or visa help is available.     

 

Why work here:

Offering a vibrant workplace in Suffolk, the growing team of 30 employees provides an inspiring environment. Located near Cambridge and London, they emphasize career growth, training, and comprehensive benefits. An excellent opportunity for a recent graduate to be mentored through the Pathway 2 Chartership and support CPD and career development.

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30000
Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Design-led, boutique architecture practice, working on London Residential Projects

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

A design-led, boutique architecture practice is looking for a Part 3 Architect to become an integral part of the practice and its growing team.

Our client is seeking a talented, RIBA/ARB registered architect who has at least 2 years of UK experience, ideally in the residential sector.  

They are expanding their team to collaborate on a high-end, 15-unit residential project in Central London, and are seeking a team player and enthusiastic individual to join their office located in Angel.

Ideal Candidate:

  • Must have worked across all RIBA stages, with a focus on Stages 4 and 5.
  • Highly proficient in Revit.
  • Create architectural tender packages; a keen interest in interior architecture and joinery detailing.
  • Familiar with RIBA work stages and construction procurement methods.
  • Knowledgeable about UK building regulations.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency in Lumion is a good to have   

The Client:

As an accredited RIBA Chartered practice, our client provides comprehensive architectural services, including planning permissions, architectural drawings, and interior design.

Owned by successful and dedicated architects, they focus high-quality, sustainable buildings that enhance their surroundings with a holistic approach.

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50000
Senior BID Manager
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£50,000 - £60,000
Permanent

World leading architecture and design firm

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Ignis Partners is happy to be working with one of the world's leading architecture and design firms. My client is looking to appoint an experienced BID Manager with a strategic outlook and flair for creativity, to join the London Studio’s Marketing team.  

As BID Manager, your role is to become the creator of winning proposals, creating compelling messaging with beautiful graphics to create narratives that resonate with prospective clients.

Ideal candidate will have 5 plus years of experience as a BID Manager and  come from a Architecture, Interior Design, Engineering or Construction background.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Create winning proposals with inspiring visuals
  • Provide leadership to junior team members producing result orientated team
  • Produce and implement BID Strategies that facilitate success
  • Grow resourceful BID library and manage templates
  • Have excellent communication skills both written, visual and verbal
  • Carry out market research for opportunities and trends

    

Software knowledge and skills required:

  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Microsoft Office in particular PowerPoint.

    

In return you will receive:

A chance to leave your mark on some of the most exciting projects in the design world, professional support for your growth, great list of benefits and salary opportunities.

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60000
Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £46,000
Permanent

Opportunity to join a global design practice, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are looking for an Architect to be a part of a World Architecture Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage consultancy. You would be joining a large team of a talented workforce of 250 people, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong.

 

Our client provides hybrid working conditions (3 days in office, 2 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10am - 4pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth with great training and development opportunities.

Summary of Role:

We're seeking an exceptional architect to enhance an existing team working on the Palace of Westminster. The successful candidate should demonstrate a keen eye for detail and provide high-quality work samples with their application. A can-do attitude, a strong willingness to learn, and a deep understanding of the clients projects and culture are essential attributes for this role.

 

Requirements:

We are actively seeking architects who bring outstanding design and presentation skills and a strong commitment to delivering top-quality work. We are particularly interested in engaging with architects who have approximately 3 to 5 years of experience post-Part III qualification. Candidates should demonstrate proficiency in overseeing architectural projects across all stages and possess the capability to effectively lead a team. Exceptional technical and conservation skills, alongside a strong design acumen, are vital qualifications for this role.

  • Part 3 qualified and have 3-5 years experience working as a Project Architect for a UK based practice
  • Have excellent design and drawing skills
  • Have a strong understanding of the UK Building and Planning regulations
  • Excellent communication skills both verbally and written
  • Proven experience working on all RIBA stages
  • Demonstrate good client-facing communication skills
  • Have project/ job running experience
  • Experience with NEC Contracts would be an advantage.
  • Competent in technical detailing
  • Proficient using AutoCAD, Revit and  NBS
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46000
Senior Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £53,000
Permanent

World Architecture Top 100 practice

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We're in search of an ambitious and highly motivated leader to spearhead the development of a team while overseeing the delivery of custom conservation and heritage architecture projects. We require a well-organised individual with a strong track record in managing and executing work packages across all RIBA work stages. In addition, an excellent grasp of technical and construction aspects is essential.

 

What makes you good at your job:

To be considered for this role, the ideal candidate should meet the following qualifications and requirements:

AABC Accreditation: You are already AABC accredited, or you are committed to working towards this accreditation.

5 years post Part 3 Qualification:You hold a Part 3 qualification and have a minimum of 5 years of experience working as a Project Architect for a UK-based practice or possess an equivalent professional qualification.

Project Management and Contract Administration: You possess strong project management and contract administration skills.

NEC Contracts Knowledge:You have an in-depth understanding of NEC contracts.

Excellent Technical Skills:Your technical skills are exceptional, reflecting a high level of proficiency.

Conservation Experience:You have practical experience in conservation projects.

UK Building and Planning Regulations:You have a comprehensive understanding of UK Building and Planning regulations.

Leadership Experience:You have successfully managed small to medium-sized teams and demonstrated strong leadership skills.

Financial Responsibility:You have a track record of taking responsibility for the financial success of projects.

Proactive Approach:You are well-organized, proactive, and enthusiastic in your work and project management.

Effective Communication:Your communication skills, both verbal and written, are excellent.

RIBA Stages:You have proven experience in working on projects across all RIBA stages.

Client-Facing Skills:You can effectively engage with clients and exhibit strong client-facing communication skills.

Technical Detailing:You excel in technical detailing.

Technical Software Proficiency:You have experience using technical software, including AutoCAD, Revit, and NBS, or have managed others in using such software.

 

Meeting these qualifications and requirements will make you an ideal candidate for this position Top of Form

Why work here:

We are looking for an Architect to be a part of a World Architecture Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage consultancy. You would be joining a large team of a talented workforce of 250 people, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong.

 

Our client provides hybrid working conditions (3 days in office, 2 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10am - 4pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth with great training and development opportunities.

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53000
Associate Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£50,000 - £65,000
Permanent

World Architecture Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are looking for an Architect at Associate level to be a part of a World Architecture Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage consultancy. You would be joining a large team of a talented workforce of 250 people, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong. Our client provides hybrid working conditions (3 days in office, 2 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10am - 4pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth with great training and development opportunities and social events.

Summary of Role:

We're seeking architects and surveyors with exceptional design and presentation skills, a passion and extensive experience in historic and listed buildings, and a focus on project delivery and new business generation. Your role involves identifying opportunities for architectural and conservation projects, aligning with our organisation's culture and strategy, developing your team, and representing the practice to clients and stakeholders. Your enthusiasm and expertise will be pivotal in our progressive practice's success.

Requirements:

  • 10 years’ experience post qualified
  • Have excellent design, technical and conservation skills and experience
  • Have a strong understanding of the UK Building and Planning regulations
  • Proven experience working on all RIBA stages
  • Demonstrate good client-facing communication skills
  • AABC or RIBA SCA/ CA or RICS (BCAS) accreditation desirable
  • Experience with NEC4 contracts.
  • Qualification or experience with NEC Supervisor role would be desirable.
  • Proficiency in BIM/ Revit an advantage.
  • Project management experience
  • Be well organised, proactive and enthusiastic approach to work and projects
  • Excellent communication skills both verbally and written
  • Leadership experience managing a small to medium sized studio, business or team
  • Experience of taking responsibility for the financial success of projects, and strong commercial awareness
  • Strong experience in business development and work winning, including bidding experience
50000
65000
Architectural Technologist
Preston, Lancs.
,
North West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£38,000 - £44,000
Permanent

Established, multi-disciplinary practice working on education and healthcare projects

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

Due to increased workload and growth our multidisciplinary client is recruiting for a Technical Architect or Architectural Technologist to join their award-winning team. With a rich history dating back to the 1920s, they excel in architecture, interior design, 3D modelling, and more. Working closely with clients across various sectors, including health, education, retail, and research laboratories for leading institutions. With two UK offices and over 30 employees, they deliver high-quality and efficient design solutions for a range of industries, resulting in inspiring built spaces.

This role offers potential for hybrid working available subject to discussion and agreement.

Summary of Role:

We are looking for candidates with experience in delivery of large complex projects with advanced BIM/Revit skills and experience in Education and Healthcare project. Suitable candidates should have significant previous experience of working on large scale UK projects and experience of working on projects at stage 3 onwards, with advanced knowledge of technical aspects of construction. You are required to have excellent knowledge of Revit

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Experience working across all RIBA stages, especially 3 onwards
  • At least 5 years experience
  • Experience working on large scale complex projects.
  • An advanced knowledge of technical aspects of construction
  • Ability to communicate with consultants, contractors, and sub-contractors
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Proficiency in Revit is essential
  • Rhino, Illustrator, and InDesign skills are desirable

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44000
Architect / Senior Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £48,000
Permanent

Established, multi-disciplinary practice working on education and healthcare projects

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

Due to increased workload and growth, this multi-disciplinary practice is recruiting for an Architect or Senior Architect to join their award winning team. With a rich history dating back to the 1920's, they excel in architecture, interior design, 3D modelling, and more. They are have extensive experience across a variety of sectors, including health, education, retail, and research laboratories for leading institutions. With two UK offices and over 30 employee’s, they deliver high-quality and efficient design solutions for a range of industries, resulting in inspiring built spaces.

This role offers potential for hybrid working available subject to discussion and agreement.

Summary of Role:

We are looking for candidates with experience in delivery of large complex projects with advanced BIM/Revit skills and experience in Education and Healthcare projects. You will be leading multi-disciplinary teams, working in a variety of sectors.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Extensive experience spanning all RIBA Stages, with a focus on healthcare and education projects in the UK.
  • Proficiency in creating technical drawings, coordinated packages, and NBS specifications.
  • A strong drive for generating innovative conceptual ideas, researching new materials and techniques, and refining intricate detailing.
  • Proficient in essential software: Adobe Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Revit.
  • Skilled in client, contractor, and manufacturer interactions.
  • Proficient in tasks like planning permission applications, tender packages, building regulations compliance, design packages, and detailed technical packages.
  • Proven record of conducting site visits.
  • Leadership in meetings with Architects and Architect Assistants.
  • Expertise in directing and coordinating MEP and Structural works.

Current project is a large London hospital with immediate work being around improving existing fire compartmentation – experience leading / working on fire packages would be an advantage.

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48000
Office Manager / Personal Assistant
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £38,000
Permanent

Award winning, global architecture practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

We are very happy to be working with an award winning architecture firm in London, renowned for their strong commitment to quality and innovative design.  

The practice has over 250 employees and offices both in the UK and Internationally.  

As the Office Manager and PA to the Lead Partner, you will be responsible for:

  • Diary management and PA support to Lead Partner
  • Facilitate the office ensuring Health and Safety and ISO standards are achieved and maintained
  • Managing bookings for meeting rooms, guests and end to end meeting coordination
  • Front office duties, including meeting and greeting visitors and answering calls
  • Stock check of stationary, kitchen and office supplies
  • Be the “go to person” in the office
  • Welcome new starters with induction and H&S information

 

To be successful in this role as Office Manager / PA – you will need the following:

  • Previous PA / Diary Management experience
  • Previous Office Management experience
  • Experience from other Architecture or Creative environment
  • Proficient in Office 365
  • Professional demeanour and excellent communication skills
  • Highly organised and enthusiastic about Architecture, Design and Creative sector

This is a wonderful opportunity, offering an exciting and varied role within a highly successful business with an excellent reputation both nationally and globally.

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38000
Architectural Technologist
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £42,000
Permanent

Award-winning architecture and interior design studio specialising in the hospitality & hotels sector

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

We are working with a fantastic, well-established Architecture practice in cool and vibrant part of London.  The practice is both design led with a strong understanding of technical delivery.

 

Having won numerous awards for their projects, they are now on the look out for Technical drawing / technical production assistance.  

 

The role would suit an Architectural Technologist, Architectural Technician, Assistant Architect or Architect, as long as you are comfortable using REVIT and happy with project stage 4 onwards.

 

Ideal candidate:

  • Minimum 3-5 years UK experience
  • Previous experience of RIBA stages 4 onwards
  • Strong technical detailing ability
  • REVIT is essential
  • Familiar with UK Building regulations
  • Have proven portfolio of medium to large size projects in particular hotel schemes, however this is not essential
  • Good communication skills and team player

     

 2 days wfh / hybrid is offered, plus other benefits.

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42000
Mid-Weight Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £38,000
Permanent

Award-winning Architecture & Interior Design Studio, with a focus on innovative workplace projects.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

With a track record of award-winning projects in diverse sectors, our client has built a solid reputation for their success in the world of workplace projects. They combine architectural and interior design expertise, crafting strategic, cohesive solutions for every project.

If you're an energetic and passionate Mid-Weight Interior Designer, get ready for an exciting journey into the world of innovative workplace design. This exceptional opportunity is waiting for you at their vibrant London studio.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Developing designs from strategic briefs through schematic and developed design stages
  • Managing design programming and personal deadlines
  • Producing design information, drawings, and 3D content
  • Coordinating design efforts with external consultants
  • Delivering presentations to clients and project teams
  • Collaborating with the strategy team to meet client requirements
  • Working closely with design partners for detailed design and construction monitoring
  • Conducting design and technical reviews with senior team members

       

Knowledge,Skills, and Experience

  • Degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture or have similar experience in the design industry.
  • Minimum 4 years of post-graduate experience on medium to large architectural projects.
  • A proven background in handling BIM-Driven projects.
  • Highly skilled in using Revit and the Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Experience in creating Schematic and Developed Design packages, including schedules and specifications.
  • Strong communication skills
  • Build good relationships internally and externally.

    

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38000
Technical Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Award-winning practice of architecture and interior design specialists, working right across the hospitality spectrum.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are seeking a Construction / Technical Architect to join an award-winning practice of architecture and interior design specialists working right across the hospitality spectrum. The creative and friendly team are based in London and work internationally with live projects in hospitality, high-end residential, built-to-rent, student and co-living throughout the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Summary of Role:

The ideal candidate will be a qualified architect with comprehensive construction experience. REVIT PROFICIENCY IS ESSENTIAL. You will be expected to be client facing and will work with direction from a Senior Architect or a member of the management team.

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Ensure their project is delivered to a high quality and has been QA’d before leaving the office
  • Ensure their project is delivered within budget and programme
  • Provide direction on design and/or technical aspects of their project
  • Facilitate reviews and design sessions
  • Maintain regular contact with their client and design team
  • Oversee and support their team
  • Mentor team and foster a learning and growth environment

      

Professional skills
  • Be able to work autonomously and lead on the direction of the design with a high level of technical competency
  • Be able to programme time and resource, track and report against programme
  • Understand how to, and keep projects within budget and programme
  • High proficiency in Revit coordination – Navisworks use is essential
  • Strong level of construction knowledge
  • Good working knowledge of specification writing
  • Able to run Design Team Meetings

   

Client skills:
  • Represent the practice professionally and create a good impression.
  • Develop and foster relations
  • Communicate well with clients and consultants and interpret needs and requirements

     

Management skills:
  • Set performance standards for their team and project
  • Provide feedback to their team
  • Positively reinforce staff achievements    

Supervisory Responsibility:

Will supervise support staff working with them on their project

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45000
Revit Technician / Revit Architect
Guildford
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£37,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Architecturally led practice comprising of Architects, Designers, Project Managers, Brand Consultants, and 3D Visualisers, with UK and International Offices.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

You will be a part of a prestigious architecture firm with a remarkable background. Our client is committed to creative design and excellence in bringing architectural concepts to life.

Operating from six offices, including five in the UK, they offer their professional services to a wide-ranging client base across both the public and private sectors.

Our client is actively engaged in creating extensive residential masterplans and developments. Additionally, they are involved in projects including Education, Retail, Student Living, and Commercial offices.

The Role:

Our client is currently on the lookout for a Revit Technician / Revit Architect, to join their successful team in Guildford.

As a Revit Technician / Revit Architect, you will be overseeing retail projects and will be responsible for creating and maintaining 3D models of retail spaces using Revit software.

You will collaborate with the design team, ensure retail design meets industry standards, and contribute to construction documents for builders.

Requirements:

  • A minimum of at least 2-3 years UK post-qualification experience, preferably across all project work stages in a relevant sector
  • A RIBA, ARB, or equivalent registered Architect with experience and a good understanding of UK construction
  • Strong design ability including experience of detail / technical design and delivery
  • Proficient in Revit and AutoCAD with strong design skills and technical knowledge
  • Experience working on medium to large-scale projects, ideally on retail projects
  • Comfortable and confident in both client-facing  and contractor-facing roles

Why Work Here

The company is offering the chance to work on a diverse range of exciting projects. Their work spans a broad spectrum, from projects as small as £500k to large-scale endeavors exceeding £50M.

You will be joining a team of successful architects, interior architects, technologists, project managers, and architectural coordinators, fostering a collaborative and inclusive environment.

You can also enjoy enhanced holidays and the option of hybrid working.

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45000
Graduate Town Planner / Town Planning Technician
Reigate
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£18,000 - £22,000
Permanent

Award-winning Planning and Architecture practice with a rich history spanning over 30 years

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

About:

Our client is an established, award-winning Planning and Architecture practice with a rich history spanning over 30 years. They are committed to designing high-quality buildings and spaces that enhance the built environment. Their diverse portfolio of projects includes everything from householder extensions to residential redevelopment, refurbishments, and conversions, changes of use, commercial development, educational facilities, leisure spaces, and masterplanning.

 

Position Overview:

They are currently seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic Graduate Town Planner / Town Planning Technician to join their dynamic team. You will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of exciting projects and gain invaluable experience in the field of town planning and urban development.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with experienced planners, planning technicians, architects, and architectural technicians on various projects.
  • Assist in the preparation of planning applications, appeals, and reports, including the drafting of formal reports, design & access statements, and planning related correspondence.
  • Conduct research on planning policies and regulations as well as completing Development Appraisal Checklists
  • Attend site visits and client meetings.
  • Stay updated with the latest developments in planning policy at a national, regional, and local level.  

     

What Our Client Offers:

  • A supportive and collaborative team of qualified professionals.
  • Excellent opportunities for professional growth and development.
  • A track record of a 100% success rate in helping team members achieve professional qualifications.
  • Exposure to a diverse range of projects, from residential to commercial to masterplanning.
  • A welcoming and inclusive work environment.
  • Competitive compensation and benefits.

  

Qualifications & Experience:

  • A degree in Town Planning or a related field (e.g. Geography) is desirable, although graduates from other fields will also be considered.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Research and analytical abilities.
  • Enthusiasm for the field of town planning and urban development.
  • The ability to work well in a team and independently.
  • Knowledge of planning policies and regulations is a plus, but not essential.

   

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22000
Senior Landscape Architect
Sheffield
,
Yorkshire and the Humber
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
Competitive - d.o.e.
Permanent

Award-winning team of architects, landscape architects and strategists, with a portfolio including innovative places and spaces for a wide range of high-profile clients across the UK.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Senior Landscape Architect position with a reputable, long term established Architecture firm with over 120 highly talented employees.

This role is based within the Sheffield Office, where you will be leading on landscape commissions and working directly with the in-house team of Architects, clients and external design teams, as well as working on a wide range of projects including strategic master-planning, mixed-use, residential, education and commercial, throughout the UK.

This Senior Landscape Architect role will suit an experienced Landscape Architect with a minimum of two years’ post-Chartership (or similar) experience, and who is looking to develop their career within a growing business.

 

Ideal candidate:

  • Develop and deliver Landscape projects from concept through to completion
  • Skilled in leading and delivering complex schemes of varying scale
  • Technical competency with CAD
  • Knowledge of the UK standards and planning applications.
  • ArchiCAD Software knowledge is advantageous however not necessary as software cross training is available.
  • Day to day management and administration of Landscape projects
  • Assist with compilation of bids and tenders.

  

For more comprehensive job description, please contact us as soon as possible with up to date CV and portfolio.

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40000
Senior Heritage Consultant
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Opportunity with one of the UK's top heritage and conservation practices.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

They are the largest conservation practice in the world, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong. They are an award-winning architectural and heritage consultancy practice with a strong commitment to quality. They have staff of approximately 250 talented architects, designers, heritage consultants and surveyors across 14 offices. They work on some of the finest buildings from meticulous heritage and conservation schemes to bold contemporary design.

They provide hybrid work (3 days in office, 2 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10am - 4pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth and training and development opportunities.

Summary of Role:

  • Shaping the direction of heritage consultancy in the region
  • Managing change to significant places and developing their business and heritage team.
  • Inspiring  creativity and confidence among clients, consultants and colleagues alike, delivering excellent advice, promoting them and conservation, and pursuing new business opportunities.
  • Acting as project leader on a variety of projects in your region, making decisions, providing heritage advice, advocacy and guidance and preparing fee proposals and tender submissions for heritage projects.
  • Providing bespoke and high-quality advice, with outputs including conservation management plans, significance and capacity analysis, and heritage impact assessments.
  • Growing their client base in your region
  • Management of other team members in the region, managing resource, reviewing work, building a pipeline of work for the team and growing the team’s skills

 Requirements:

  • At least 5 years of relevant professional experience in building conservation, buildings archaeology, heritage planning or other fields
  • Excellent skills and demonstrable experience of archival and desk-based research, on-site built fabric analysis and producing well-written reports.
  • Proven track record in providing advice as heritage lead.
  • Experience of preparing fee proposals and bids.
  • Working knowledge of current English heritage legislation, policy and guidance.
  • Membership(s) of professional institutions, such as the IHBC. or CIFA
  • Experience of working with architects, engineers and statutory stakeholders including conservation officers and Historic England.
  • A UK  driving licence
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50000
Architect
Manchester
,
North West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£34,000 - £40,000
Permanent

Top 100 architecture and heritage practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are looking for an Architect to be a part of a World Architecture Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage consultancy. You would be joining a large team of a talented workforce of 250 people, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong.

 

Our client provides hybrid working conditions (3 days in office, 2 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10am - 4pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth with great training and development opportunities.

Summary of Role:

The role would suit someone with around 2-4 years post-qualification experience and should be skilled in the delivery of architectural projects through all work stages. You should have excellent technical and conservation skills, as well as strong design skills.

Requirements:

  • Part 3 qualified and have at least 2-4 years working as a Project Architect for a UK based practice or equivalent professional qualification.
  • Project management and contract administration skills
  • Have excellent technical skills and be a proficient Revit user.
  • Conservation experience
  • Have a strong understanding of the UK Building and Planning regulations
  • Leadership experience managing a small to medium sized team
  • Well organised, proactive and enthusiastic approach to work and projects
  • Excellent communication skills both verbally and written
  • Proven experience working on all RIBA stages
  • Demonstrate good client-facing communication skills
  • Excellent technical detailing
  • Ability to organise and plan – analytical skills
  • Experience in using and or managing others using technical software.
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40000
Senior Architect
Manchester
,
North West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£38,000 - £46,000
Permanent

Leading and running prestigious heritage and conservation projects.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

An ambitious, highly motivated individual is needed to lead and develop others while delivering bespoke conservation and heritage architecture projects. This is an entrepreneurial job with a lot of responsibility and the freedom to deliver results. Working collaboratively with a wide range of consultants, this role offers an opportunity to work on projects at all stages of the RIBA process.

 

What makes you good at your job:

  • You are Part 3 qualified and have at least 3 years working as a Project Architect for a UK based practice or equivalent professional qualification.
  • You have experience on delivering projects through all RIBA stages and range of construction values.
  • You have direct experience of complex refurbishment projects.
  • You have working knowledge of delivering complex projects in Revit.
  • Technical experience in RIBA Stages 3 & 4, Site experience in RIBA Stage
  • You are a creative thinker and problem solver with strong design and technical skills
  • You have excellent organisational skills and good multi-tasking ability
  • You are someone who thrives in a social, encouraging, friendly environment.

 

What the role includes:

  • Leading and running prestigious heritage and conservation projects (£5 -£10+ million plus)
  • Leading the delivery and management of technical packages
  • You will be responsible for information exchange and liaise with all parties from client to contractor and suppliers
  • Ensuring your project work is of a consistently high standard
  • Attending meetings on and off site and leading client meetings

      

Why work here:

We are looking for an Architect to be a part of a World Architecture Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage consultancy. You would be joining a large team of a talented workforce of 250 people, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong.

 

Our client provides hybrid working conditions (3 days in office, 2 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10am - 4pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth with great training and development opportunities.

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46000
Associate Architect
Manchester
,
North West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£42,000 - £54,000
Permanent

Leading, Top 100 Architecture practice, offering exciting projects and great benefits.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are looking for an Architect at Associate level to be a part of a World Architecture, Top 100 practice renowned for their excellence in architecture and heritage consultancy. You will be joining a large team of a talented workforce of 250 people, with studios across England, Australia and Hong Kong.

 

Our client provides hybrid working conditions (3 days in office, 2 WFH), flexible working with core hours of 10 am - 4 pm, a bonus scheme and many more benefits, including bike2work scheme. Their benefits include a strong culture of growth with great training and development opportunities and social events.

 

Summary of Role:

This position offers the chance to participate in projects at various RIBA stages, fostering collaboration with a diverse team of consultants. We're particularly interested in architects who possess strong technical and conservation skills and a passion for delivering high-quality work. The ideal candidate should be well-organized and have experience in managing and overseeing work packages on-site, especially during RIBA work stages 4 and 5. We are looking for individuals with approximately 10 years of post-qualification experience, demonstrating excellent technical and construction knowledge.

 

Requirements:

  • 10 years’ experience post qualified
  • Have excellent design, technical and conservation skills and experience
  • Have a strong understanding of the UK Building and Planning regulations
  • Proven experience working on all RIBA stages
  • Demonstrate good client-facing communication skills
  • AABC or RIBA SCA/ CA accreditation desirable
  • Proficiency in BIM/ Revit an advantage.
  • Project management experience
  • Be well organised, proactive and enthusiastic approach to work and projects
  • Excellent communication skills both verbally and written
  • Leadership experience managing a small  to medium sized studio, business or team
  • Experience of taking responsibility for the financial success of projects, and strong commercial awareness
  • Strong experience in business  development and work winning, including bidding experience

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54000
Project Technologist
Stevenage, Herts.
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
Competitive
Permanent

Dynamic multi-disciplinary practice of Architects, Landscape Architects, Masterplanners, and Interior Designers

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Summary of Role:

Due to a significant increase in their workload, our client is expanding operations at their newly established Stevenage studio. They are currently seeking a Project Technologist to join their dynamic and expanding team. In this role, you will be running medium to large-scale projects from stage 3 onwards, with a preference for candidates experienced in residential and/or educational sector projects. Leadership skills are essential, including the ability to effectively communicate with clients and consultants.

This is a unique opportunity for an enthusiastic and ambitious Project Technologist to join an established and thriving practice at their new studio, and become a key part of its growth into the future.

Ideal Candidate:

You will work directly with the studio’s Associate Director and a team of project architects – collating, organising, investigating and producing technical information for use during the development of the project design.

The ideal candidate should possess expertise in Building Information Modeling (BIM) and have a background in working within a 3D environment, with proficiency in clash detection and coordination, as well as be an experienced user of Archicad.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

Working directly with the Project Architect to undertake the following:

  • Collate and organise technical information
  • Investigate technical information and factors that affect projects - including client requirements, site/building surveys and regulatory requirements.
  • Produce all information necessary to submit applications to all relevant statutory authorities.
  • Prepare and present design proposals.   

PREPARING DETAIL DESIGN AND PRODUCTION INFORMATION

Acting as Project Leader to undertake the following:

  • Liaise with Clients.
  • Work in conjunction with the Contractor for Design & Build projects
  • Prepare and present detailed design proposals
  • Advise the programming of deliverables
  • Manage the internal team
  • Act as Design Leader in co-ordinating the wider design team
  • Contribute to the detailed design process and co-ordinate detailed design information
  • Review the Acoustic, Fire, and other strategy reports and incorporate the strategies into the detail design package
  • Prepare specifications for construction work
  • Prepare drawings, plans and documents for statutory approvals
  • Attend Design Team Meetings and Co-ordination meetings, record minutes and prepare any associated documentation
  • Contribute to design-stage risk assessments   

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT/CONSTRUCTION ON SITE

Acting as Project Leader, undertake the following:

  • Make site visits and record findings of site inspections
  • Respond to site queries and Requests for Information.
  • Prepare drawings, plans and documentation as required by the Contractor.
  • Attend Design Team Meetings and Co-ordination meetings, record minutes and prepare any associated documentation

  

POST CONSTRUCTION

  • Assist with the production of Construction Record drawings.

 

The Client:

You will be joining a dynamic multi-disciplinary practice (130 plus employees) of Architects, Landscape Architects, Masterplanners, and Interior Designers. Winning awards for their diverse projects in the public and private sectors, focusing on sustainable environments that enrich communities with projects nationally and internationally.

Offering the option of 2 days working from home, flexible working hours, free fresh fruit, regular social activities, health benefits package, pension contributions, health insurance and a bonus scheme.

Project Architect
Stevenage, Herts.
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
Competitive
Permanent

Dynamic multi-disciplinary practice of Architects, Landscape Architects, Masterplanners, and Interior Designers

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Summary of Role:

Due to a significant increase in their workload, our client is expanding operations at their newly established Stevenage studio. They are currently seeking a Project Architect to join their dynamic and expanding team. In this role, you will take charge of medium to large-scale projects, with a preference for candidates experienced in residential and/or educational sector projects. Leadership skills are essential, including the ability to effectively communicate with clients and consultants.

 

This presents a remarkable opportunity for an enthusiastic and ambitious Project Architect with a proven track record in managing multiple projects across various sectors. Joining the vibrant team at their new studio, you will play a pivotal role in their growth and development. As such, the ideal candidate should be adept at networking in the region to cultivate relationships with potential clients, contributing to the expansion of the business in the area.

 

Ideal Candidate:

This position entails working directly with the studio's Associate Director to oversee the design and progression of projects, spanning from the initial concept phase to project completion. The role assumes the title of Architect and includes the dual responsibility of leading an internal team of architectural professionals and managing an external design team comprised of sub-consultants. These projects encompass a diverse range, including but not limited to large residential, educational, and commercial schemes. The ideal candidate should also possess expertise in Building Information Modeling (BIM) and have a background in working within a 3D environment, with proficiency in clash detection and coordination, as well as be an experienced user of Archicad.

 

Duties and responsibilities:
  • Lead the briefing process, record and report.
  • Production of Accommodation Strategies and Feasibility Studies
  • Develop Deliverables Schedules for the architectural teams and all associated consultants (where required)
  • Obtain quotations for sub-consultants and surveys and appoint as necessary
  • Prepare concept design sketches and develop the design by utilising ArchiCAD and Sketch-up
  • Brief and manage an architectural team to realise design proposals in a drawn format
  • Brief and manage a Visualiser, culminating in a 3D animation of the project
  • Contribute to the development of the ArchiCAD BIM model
  • Produce Stage Reports and any other necessary reports required for projects
  • Take responsibility for the compilation of the Planning Application package
  • Chair, record and minute Design Team meetings and Co-ordination meetings
  • Attend client project meetings to present architectural designs and reports
  • Ensure that the architectural team produces all information necessary to submit applications to all relevant statutory authorities
  • Lead and co-ordinate the Design Team
  • In conjunction with the client, develop and produce Room Data Sheets (where required).
  • Ensure that the design is kept within the Clients set budget.

  

PREPARING DETAIL DESIGN AND PRODUCTION INFORMATION
  • Develop Deliverables Programmes for the architectural outputs
  • Advise the project team regarding the programming of deliverables
  • Contribute to the detailed design process and co-ordinate detailed design information
  • Work in conjunction with the contractor for Design & Build projects
  • Attend Design Team Meetings (DTMs), co-ordination meetings and workshops and present detailed design proposals. Record minutes and prepare any associated documentation
  • Review the Acoustic, Fire, and other strategy reports, and incorporate the strategies into the detailed design package.
  • Prepare specifications for construction work
  • Prepare drawings, plans and documents for statutory approvals e.g. Building Regulations.
  • Contribute to design-stage risk assessments

     

CONSTRUCTION ON SITE
  • Make site visits and record findings of site inspections
  • Attend DTMs and site meetings, record minutes and prepare associated documentation
  • As required by the contractor, prepare and present construction drawings/details using ArchiCAD
  • Respond tothe contractors' requests for Information

      

POST CONSTRUCTION

  • Assist with the production of Construction Record drawings.  

 

The Client:

You will be joining a dynamic multi-disciplinary practice (130 plus employees) of Architects, Landscape Architects, Masterplanners, and Interior Designers. Winning awards for our diverse projects in the public and private sectors, focusing on sustainable environments that enrich communities with projects nationally and internationally. Offering the option of 2 days working from home, flexible working hours, free fresh fruit, regular social activities, health benefits package, pension contributions, health insurance and a bonus scheme.

Part 2 Architectural Assistant
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£28,000 - £32,000
Permanent

Boutique, design-led practice offering a broad range of projects and a nurturing environment to help you thrive.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Role:

We are currently looking for an exceptionally creative, ambitious and collaborative Part II Architectural Assistant to join a highly talented, growing team in Central London.

As an Architectural Assistant, your main responsibility will be to create and improve drawings with a keen sense of design. You'll also be responsible for producing models, images, and other documents related to both design and technical aspects, primarily for residential projects across all RIBA stages.

Working on a variety of stimulating projects, including new-build, retrofit, extensions, and additions to buildings in sensitive or heritage contexts; from domestic to large-scale residential and mixed-use work. Their main focus is always on creating top-notch designs.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of one year of experience at the Part I level within a UK architectural studio, or design-oriented practice.
  • Proficiency in 2D CAD software and excellent command of Sketchup and V-ray.
  • Producing exceptional visuals and illustrations with post-production editing skills
  • Proficiency in teamwork, combined with the capacity to work independently with time management skills.
  • A functional understanding of the UK planning system.
  • Prior project involvement spanning RIBA Stages 0 to 2 is a bonus

Why Work Here:

In this collaborative environment, the client's team of highly successful architects and directors brings invaluable experience and encouragement to help you thrive in your career. This nurturing atmosphere fuels passion and offers exciting long-term career opportunities.

You'll enjoy benefits like hybrid work options, flexible hours, trips away and exciting social activities. The role is based at the client's London studio in Central London.

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32000
Project Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £47,000
Permanent

International residential and commercial development projects, which include mixed-use and resort masterplans

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

You'll have the privilege of collaborating with an award-winning team on expansive international residential and commercial development projects, which include mixed-use masterplans and resort masterplans. We are currently seeking a project architect who embodies talent and ambition, capable of working on a diverse array of project types, scales, and stages. This presents a remarkable opportunity to join a rapidly growing architectural practice and contribute to luxurious international projects spanning the entire RIBA stages 0 to 7, mainly in the Middle East.

 

What makes you good at your job:

To be considered for this position, we are looking for candidates who meet the following qualifications:

Professional Registration: You should be registered with ARB (Architects Registration Board) or a member of RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects).

UK Post Qualification Experience: You should have a minimum of 2-3 years of post-qualification experience in the United Kingdom.

Middle-East or International Project or Experience: It's essential that you have previous experience working on notable projects in the Middle East region or international projects.

Job-Running Skills: You should have a proven track record of effectively managing projects and experience in overseeing projects across all stages.

Creative Design Capabilities: Your portfolio should showcase excellent creative design skills, demonstrating your ability to generate innovative architectural concepts.

Comprehensive Design and Construction Experience: You should have hands-on experience in all stages of the design and construction process, highlighting your ability to take projects from conception to completion.

Software Proficiency: Proficiency in various 2D and 3D software tools is required, including Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop, and InDesign.

 

What the role includes:

  • You will collaborate with the design team to develop project plans, concepts and designs for commercial and mixed-use projects
  • You will lead the production of project documentation, including detailed drawings, specifications, and schedules
  • You will manage project budgets, timelines, and resources to ensure successful project delivery
  • You will coordinate with project stakeholders, including clients, contractors, and consultants
  • You will provide technical guidance and support to project team members
  • You will create building designs and highly detailed drawings both by hand and by using specialist computer-aided design(CAD) applications
  • You will plan, develop and implement building designs, packages, details, within budget.
  • You will write and present reports, proposals, applications and contracts
  • You will adapt plans according to circumstances and resolving any problems that may arise during construction

 Why work here:

An award-winning growing practice who believes that collaboration is key and overtime is not necessary. This is an opportunity to grow and build on your experience gaining full exposure on high profile international projects. An office based role offering a generous bonus scheme, pension scheme  and great holiday package.

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47000
Architectural Assistant
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£28,000 - £35,000
Permanent

Opportunity to work on large-scale residential, commercial and masterplanning projects in the Middle East and UK.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

Join a dynamic and award-winning team as they embark on large-scale residential and commercial development projects, including mixed-use masterplans. With a track record of successfully completing significant projects both in the Middle East and London, they are now seeking talented and ambitious architects and architectural assistants to become integral members of their growing team.

 

In this role, you will have the opportunity to engage in a wide range of project types, sizes, and phases. You'll be exposed to diverse architectural challenges and have the chance to actively contribute to the expansion of the firm's impressive portfolio working from concept to completion.

 

Your responsibilities may include:

  • responsibility for the design at all stages and construction packages
  • preparing, developing and editing, drawings, models, images and other documents relating to the design
  • coordinating with the design team to establish and develop building type, style, cost etc.
  • coordinating with and reviewing information from the wider design team, engineers, consultants, contractors and client bodies.
  • preparing design presentations
  • construction documentation including detailing, schedules and specifications
  • corresponding with contractors and reviewing shop-drawings and submittals
  • monitor construction work in progress to ensure compliance with the design

 

 Candidates should:

  • have excellent creative design capabilities, demonstrated by a portfolio
  • have excellent graphic, communication and organisational skills
  • have previous professional experience in an architectural firm undertaking the responsibilities above
  • demonstrate their experience in all stages of design and construction administration
  • have good interpersonal skills and willingness to collaborate with and support your design team
  • be proactive, work efficiently and systematically with the design team within an energetic and fast paced environment to meet project demands
  • have a high sense of responsibility, and a flexible open attitude towards new ways of working and ability to handle multiple roles within a growing office
  • have 2D and 3D software knowledge including Revit, Microstation (and/or AutoCAD), Rhino, 3D studio Max, Photoshop and InDesign
  • be eligible to work in the UK

 

Why work here:

An award-winning growing practice who believes that collaboration is key and overtime is not necessary. This is an opportunity to grow and build on your experience gaining full exposure on high profile international projects. An office based role offering a generous bonus scheme, pension scheme  and great holiday package.

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35000
Project Technologist
Sevenoaks, Kent
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
Competitive
Permanent

Dynamic multi-disciplinary practice, with a focus on medium to large-scale residential and education projects.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Summary of Role:

We are looking for a Project Technologist to work directly with the studio's Associates, Associate Directors and with a team of project architects – collating, organising, investigating and producing technical information for use during the development of the project design.

Adopting the role of Project Lead from the commencement of RIBA Stage 4 (Detail Design) until RIBA Stage 6 Completion/Handover.

Ideal Candidate:

The ideal candidate will be proficient in running medium-sized projects from Stage 3 onwards. Experience in leading a team – with the capability of liaising with clients and consultants effectively – is essential.

The right candidate will have experience in BIM and will have worked in a 3D environment, with knowledge about clash detection, coordinating with consultants' information. ArchiCAD experience would be ideal as well as experience in medium to large-scale residential and/or educational sector projects.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

Working with the Project Architect to:

  • Develop Architectural Design
  • Organise technical data.
  • Prepare submission documents.
  • Present design proposals.

  

Acting as Project Leader to:

  • Lead detailed design and production efforts
  • Serve as the Project Leader
  • Liase with clients
  • Collaborate with contractors on Design & Build projects
  • Develop and present comprehensive design proposals
  • Offer guidance on deliverable scheduling
  • Oversee the internal project team
  • Lead design coordination across the broader team
  • Assist in the detailed design process and coordinate design information
  • Incorporate Acoustic and Fire reports into detailed design
  • Create construction work specifications
  • Prepare necessary drawings and documents for regulatory approvals
  • Attend and document Design Team Meetings and Co-ordination meetings
  • Contribute to design-stage risk assessments
  • Make site visits and record findings of site inspections
  • Respond to site queries and Requests for Information.
  • Prepare drawings, plans and documentation as required by the Contractor.
  • Attend Design Team Meetings and Co-ordination meetings, record minutes and prepare any associated documentation
  • Prepare Construction Record drawings and documentation
  • Assist with the production of Construction Record drawings.  

     

The Client:

You will be joining a dynamic multi-disciplinary practice of Architects, Landscape Architects, Masterplanners, and Interior Designers. Winning awards for our diverse projects in the public and private sectors, focusing on sustainable environments that enrich communities with projects nationally and internationally.

 

With offices in Kent, London, Birmingham, and Sheffield, they are expanding and seeking an Architectural Technologist to join their Kent studios. You'll work and lead on exciting projects and enjoy a competitive salary, flexible hours, 2 days wfh, health benefits, and support for professional development.

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42000
Junior Architectural Technician
Guildford
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£18,000 - £27,000
Permanent

Employee owned practice, offering a variety of exciting projects and excellent progression prospects.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Company:

Our client is seeking a Junior Architectural Technician to join their growing team on a permanent basis. As a respected architectural studio, they are led by four accomplished directors and supported by a dedicated team of 20 professionals. With 35 years of experience in the field and a unique status as an Employee Owned Trust, they have established themselves as a reputable architectural firm located a short walk from Guildford station.

 

Summary of Role:

This opportunity provides valuable hands-on experience, collaborating closely with a Senior Technician / Technologist, encompassing tasks such as site visits, contributing to technical drawings and surveys, and more. Any previous experience in developing comprehensive packages would be greatly advantageous. Your primary areas of focus will be within the residential and education sectors, with prior expertise in these domains being beneficial, but not essential.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist the team on UK, large-scale residential, education, healthcare and masterplan projects
  • Generate architectural solutions and develop technical detailing
  • Drafting responsibilities, predominantly focusing on RIBA stages 3-4
  • Show your commitment and develop yourself professionally within the practice.
  • Use AutoCAD and Revit extensively on a daily basis    

 

Ideal Candidate:

  • a BTEC level 3, HNC, or HND qualification in construction
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD and Revit, along with a grasp of the design workflow
  • Strong technical knowledge with the ability to produce detailed drawings
  • A good understanding of UK building regulations
  • Able to take instruction well and use your own initiative when required
  • Comfortable assisting the team on projects and working on detailed drawings
  • Strong organisational skills with keen attention to detail
  • Collaborate effectively within a team, with excellent written and verbal communication abilities
  • Embrace a flexible and open mindset when tackling problem-solving tasks

    

Why Work Here:

In this close-knit and collaborative environment, some staff members have dedicated over two decades to the company, beginning as juniors and now holding directorial positions. This nurturing atmosphere fosters passion and presents a long-term opportunity, abundant with career progression prospects. The role will be based at our client’s studio in Guildford (free car parking and train station a short walk away) with opportunities to work from home one day per week. The applicant must have the legal right to work in the UK.

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27000
Architect / Technologist
Winchester
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£42,000 - £48,000
Permanent

International, AJ100 practice offering great benefits and interesting projects.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

You will typically work on a major client account, collaborating with a variety of stakeholders (both inside and outside the organisation), and managing a project team. Most of the projects are in the commercial sectors, such as data centres, logistics, offices, retail, and hospitality.

A large proportion of their work is based outside the UK so travel opportunities are available for those wishing to experience working on projects somewhere new. This is an executive practice and you will need to have strong technical experience stages 3 onwards.

 

What makes you good at your job:

  • You have a minimum of at least 2-3 years UK post qualification experience, preferably across all project work stages in a relevant sector
  • Ideally you will have experience working on Data Centres, Pharmaceutical and or Hospitals.
  • You are a RIBA, ARB or equivalent registered Architect with experience and a good understanding of UK, US or EU permitting and construction
  • A strong track-record of delivering projects through RIBA Stages 4, 5 and 6
  • You are able to demonstrate a high level of technical detailing skill
  • You have strong design skills and technical knowledge.
  • You have solid working knowledge of Revit, AutoCAD and MS Office.
  • Being a fluent speaker of French of German would be a great advantage.  

 

Why work here:

One of the top ranked AJ100 practices, this is growing firm going from success to success. With 8 offices in the UK and around the world they offer full architectural, implementation and project management services from initial site appraisals to post construction close out and evaluation for projects worldwide.

You will be joining a team of 40 talented staff in the Winchester office and will be offered 3 days work from home 2 days in the office, 4 week salary annual bonus (company performance led), over 45 hrs worked time off in lieu or overtime paid, pension 4% and more. 

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Project Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£42,000 - £47,000
Permanent

Wonderful opportunity to be part of excellent Architecture practice in SE1.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Wonderful opportunity to be part of excellent Architecture practice in SE1.

What makes this practice excellent is a number of factors including a mentoring and nurturing environment with highly professional Directors who have built long term relationship with world’s leading clients as well as great team atmosphere and brilliant projects.  The practice has been regularly listed in the good employer guide and has been shortlisted for BD Architectural employer of the year awards.

As a Project Architect, you will prepare and develop drawings, models, images and other documents to design and technical documentation across all RIBA stages.

Ideal Project Architect will have a “design eye” to work on projects with a focus on high quality bespoke design and graphic ability and be able to demonstrate that you have a good technical understanding of bespoke detailing.

Key Requirements

  • 3-4 years Architect experience across all stages in particular RIBA stages 3-4
  • Strong design / technical design and delivery experience
  • Excellent Graphic skills – proficient in InDesign, Photoshop and SketchUP
  • AutoCAD and Revit is advantageous
  • Previous client facing and client management skills and experience
  • Previous experience in residential / heritage or hotel project experience would be advantageous    
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47000
Architectural Assistant / Assistant Landscape Architect
Bath
,
South West
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£26,000 - £33,000
Permanent

Are you an experienced Architectural Assistant or Assistant Landscape Architect with a passion for creating sustainable and aesthetically captivating environments?

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Are you an experienced Architectural Assistant or Assistant Landscape Architect with a passion for creating sustainable and aesthetically captivating environments?

 

If so, this is a great opportunity with a boutique Landscape Architecture practice with a reputation for delivering high-quality design solutions across a variety of project types.

 

Whilst Landscape Architecture experience is desirable, they are very open to candidates with a purely Architectural background who have an interest in the sector.

  

About Our Client:

 

Our client boasts an impressive client list that includes councils, universities, healthcare providers, property developers, and contractors. They are known for crafting sustainable landscapes that bring about positive aesthetic transformations to the built environment and they actively promote the use of sustainable urban drainage and champion the incorporation of green energy into their projects.

  

Why You Should Join:

  • Be part of a growing practice with an impressive track record of creative landscape design across commercial, public realm, residential, mixed-use and waterfront developments in London, across the UK, and Asia.
  • Our client is currently engaged in exciting projects, including a prestigious cultural scheme and a large-scale mixed-use development in the heart of Bristol. As part of their team, you will contribute your talents to these endeavors.
  • Work on projects through the entire design process, from concept to final delivery.
  • Collaborate with a dynamic team and enjoy genuine input on projects that shape communities.
  • Multi award-winning studio with a reputation for excellence.
  • Develop and utilise your CAD and visualisation skills

The successful candidate will have:

  • Degree in Landscape Architecture or Architecture
  • Proficiencyin CAD (AutoCAD preferred), Adobe Create Suite (esp. Photoshop). Skills in Revit, BIM and SketchUp are desirable, but not essential.
  • At least a years’ professional experience in a Landscape Architecture or Architecture studio.

   

Benefits:

  • Hybrid working model that provides flexibility and work-life balance.
  • Collaborative environment that encourages the sharing of ideas.
  • Opportunity to make a genuine impact on projects that shape communities. 

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33000
Interior Designer - Workplace Projects
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£38,000 - £42,000
Permanent

Join an acclaimed international design firm renowned for its exceptional commitment to sustainable design.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

We are currently seeking a skilled and motivated Interior Designer to become an integral part of our client's Interiors team within this award-winning architectural powerhouse.

Led by a dynamic Associate Director/Head of Design, their Interiors team boasts a wealth of experience and a remarkable portfolio, collaborating with prestigious clients and renowned brands. This presents an opportunity for driven and creative candidates to flourish within their supportive and nurturing environment.

Their diverse clientele spans the UK and Europe, where they provide comprehensive design services that encompass the entire spectrum of creativity. As an Interior Designer with expertise in corporate office interiors, you will play a pivotal role in bringing innovative concepts to life. The ideal candidate should possess prior corporate office interiors experience, showcasing their proficiency in all facets of the design journey, from conceptualization to final execution.

If you are an ambitious and dedicated Interior Designer with a penchant for sustainable design and a passion for elevating corporate office spaces, we'd love to hear from you.

What you will do:

  • Contribute in developing design proposals for presentation to the client. This will include concept ideas, development of layouts, finishes, materials and furniture all to be approved by the Senior Interior Designer / Project Manager or Associate
  • Prepare design and production information with pre-agreed programme and cost parameters.
  • Specify products and materials.
  • Investigate suitability for use and  maintenance procedures.
  • Specification of furniture desking systems and integration with IT.
  • Attend client presentation meetings and other project meetings as appropriate.
  • Act as client interface on projects.
  • Assist Senior ID in reviewing construction work on site as required.
  • Assist to ensure smooth hand over of project to client.
  • Regularly contribute to Design Reviews by way of gathering and presenting information.
  • Assist in the preparation of tender presentation material.
  • Contribute to and assist in the development of tender proposals.
  • Collect client brief and prepare the project briefing documents.
  • Lead /assist with the presentation of proposals to client.

Qualifications, Skills And Experience

  • A degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture
  • Revit proficiency
  • Working knowledge of Building regulations, British Standards and other relevant statutory legislation.
  • Excellent design and technical skills.
  • Understanding of financial aspects of running a design project on time and on budget is desirable.
  • Exhibits strong lead design capabilities.
  • Knowledge of and ability to undertake on-going research of furniture systems, products, finishes and materials.
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42000
BIM Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£47,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Global Design Studio, offering innovative projects and excellent benefits.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are seeking a passionate and talented BIM Coordinator to support architectural project teams in the use of BIM tools and workflows. Based in their beautiful West London penthouse office, you will work within a multidisciplinary project team to design and realise projects for the most innovative retail operator in the world.

About the Role:

The BIM coordinator will provide technical support directly to project team members and report to the project lead, providing feedback on the team’s requirements for training, workflows or content.

Core responsibilities of the BIM coordinator will span from initial project setup, maintaining project BIM models and associated project BIM support documents, performing BIM coordination exercises and training project team members.

Additional responsibilities include monitoring the performance and quality levels of BIM models and ensuring they satisfy the prescribed project-specific BIM requirements and the clients BIM standards.

 

Key responsibilities:

  • assist project teams with the setup and edit of complex Revit families
  • automation through the use of Dynamo and scripting is a key focus of development, therefore the applicant will be required to create scripts to assist the project teams in their day-to-day tasks
  • setup Rhino / Revit interface and transition script
  • ability to train teams in relevant workflows and software packages both 1-on-1 and group workshops
  • provide ongoing support, troubleshooting and guidance for BIM workflows and standards
  • contribute to BID stage discussion with early liaison for BIM requirements and potential issues that may arise
  • attend project kick-off meetings to advise on BIM implementation
  • contribute towards negotiations of BIM deliverables in contracts
  • provide scope of services for BIM coordinator role to project architect
  • author and maintain project BEP and collaborative documents to ensure effective communication between consultants
  • prepare and assist in the accuracy of BIM models issued to consultants
  • seek to identify opportunities to improve BIM workflows in correlation with all aspects of the practice
  • review project files to look for improvements & potential future hazards
  • assist in the development of project specific families
  • develop and manage practice BIM library
  • ensure any changes in practice or project standards are effectively communicated to the project teams and implemented
  • provide assistance to clash detection processes.

 Personal skills and qualifications:

  • team player
  • ability to work under own initiative
  • ability to manage and appraise own working practices
  • highly motivated and enthusiastic with a flexible and “can do” attitude
  • strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal
  • attention to detail, good problem-solving skills and organisational skills
  • Degree in architecture or architectural technology-based qualification
  • Minimum 3 -5 years of experience as a BIM coordinator for large scale projects
  • Revit exam-based certification

 Required technical skills:

  • advanced knowledge and experience of Autodesk Revit and related software and plugins
  • knowledge of bringing complex Rhino geometries into Revit
  • knowledge of Dynamo is highly beneficial
  • knowledge and experience of legacy CAD applications and practices
  • experience in delivering projects to BIM standards with validation and QA processes
  • familiarity with common data environment practices is beneficial
  • experience with large scale/complex international projects is beneficial

 

Why work here:

You would be joining a global design agency leading the ever-evolving face of benchmark retail, experiential culture and hospitality projects world wide. Offering hybrid options (after successful probation period), inhouse cooked free lunches prepared by top chefs and many more benefits.

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50000
Studio Administrator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£26,000 - £32,000
Permanent

AJ100, employee-owned architecture practice.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are in search of a Studio Administrator to become a part of an acclaimed AJ100 firm. Your role will encompass comprehensive administrative assistance, which involves collaborating with others to create expressions of interest, pre-qualification questionnaires, and pitches. You'll also handle various general administrative duties and provide reception coverage when necessary.

This is a busy and varied role. The successful candidate must be proactive and methodical, with the ability to work closely alongside others and to prioritise work to tight deadlines.

You will be reporting to Directors, associate directors, associates and senior administrative support/bid coordinator.

 

Job purpose

Provide full support to project teams under the direction of the team leader

 

Job description:

  • assisting and supporting project teams in all project administration
  • reviewing documents created by others to ensure spelling, grammar, layout, branding and formatting are correct
  • printing and binding documents, reports, submissions etc.
  • updating and maintaining project and contact information on the company’s database
  • filing documents and emails in Newforma
  • compiling expressions of interest, pre-qualification questionnaires and pitches in association with others
  • organising travel arrangements for colleagues and logging information
  • reception cover as required, answering all reception calls in a polite, professional, welcoming manner, transferring calls, taking message
  • ordering office supplies and couriers as necessary
  • assisting with arranging office functions and excursions

Skills and profile:

  • in-depth knowledge of general office software, intranet, and administration systems
  • knowledge of relevant presentation software (Affinity Publisher) and capability to learn new applications
  • knowledge of and ability to operate typical extranet systems for uploading project information
  • time management and organisational skills, ability to prioritise work and perform under pressure to tight deadlines
  • ability to remain calm and helpful, giving support across all members of project teams
  • professional and cooperative attitude, delivery, and telephone manner
  • self-motivated with the ability to use initiative and work unsupervised, and switch quickly between tasks as workload demands
  • excellent grasp of English language with the ability to check grammar and spelling
  • ability to participate and become an active member of project teams
  • understanding  of architecture and interior design and the sectors across which the practice operates

Why work here:

Distinguished as pioneers of employee ownership, the practice operates as a trust for the collective advantage of all members within the firm and notably profits are distributed among all employees annually. Acknowledged for their dedication to employee well-being, they were recently awarded the title of Architectural Employer of the Year.

The practice organise weekly gatherings that unite the entire team to showcase ongoing projects, coupled with monthly practice briefings. Active participation in softball and five-a-side football matches against fellow London practices, complemented by regular yoga sessions and a lunchtime running club. Bi-monthly, the team hosts an in-house practice lunch prepared collectively by all staff members.

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32000
Group Finance Manager (ACA or ACCA)
Guildford
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£60,000 - £65,000
Fixed Term Contract

Excellent role with this global, AJ100 Architecture Practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

An exciting opportunity has come up for the position of Group Finance Manager at a renowned Architecture firm, recognised globally for it's award-winning designs.

Reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer, the Group Finance Manager will oversee the management of the Group Accounts Receivable and Payable team. The main responsibilities of this role involve maintaining precise financial records across the group's ledgers and ensuring a strong control framework is upheld.

This top-ranking AJ100 listed practice is currently offering a 12-month fixed-term contract, with the possibility of a permanent position.

 

Key areas of responsibility

  • Manage the month end processes to ensure all entries are processed in line with required timetable
  • Review production reports for any financial adjustments required
  • Prepare monthly financial information for CFO
  • Prepare annual statutory accounts
  • Manage external audit
  • Manage accounts receivable and payable team and set targets to achieve goals set by CFO
  • Review monthly payroll

Skills required as Group Finance Manager

  • Professionally qualified ACA or ACCA minimum
  • Strong technical knowledge
  • Knowledge of FRS and Group Consolidations
  • Advanced Excel skills
  • Knowledge of Sage 200 advantageous     

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65000
Senior Landscape Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £42,000
Permanent

Excellent opportunity offering a diverse range of projects, including residential, masterplanning, commercial, public realm, leisure, and town centers.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are seeking a talented Senior Landscape Architect, with a strong design focus, to join this multi-award winning and growing practice.

This role offers a chance to contribute to, and lead on the design of landscapes at all scales, from intimate domestic settings to expansive rural estates, and from small public realm spaces to extensive parklands, both within the UK and internationally. With a portfolio that includes high-profile projects, including many well-known London schemes, you'll be part of a team that embraces a thought-provoking design process, crafting landscapes that leave a lasting impact.

In this position, you will take on the role of a Senior Landscape Architect, leading medium to large scale projects while providing valuable management support. Apart from spearheading the design and successful delivery of projects, the ideal candidate will also assume a leadership position including the day-to-day management of a team.

 

What makes you good at your job:

Essential Requirements
  • ambition, talent, and a desire to develop into a strong and independent project lead, managing medium to large-sized landscape projects
  • accomplished design, hand sketching and graphic skills with the ability to communicate coherent and well-resolved ideas clearly
  • at least six years’ post-graduate experience, UK based project with good experience in all stages of design
  • experience managing teams.
  • proficiency in all relevant software packages including Revit
  • excellent presentation skills and English language skills, both written and spoken
  • confidence in liaising with clients, contractors and other professionals, and the ability to develop strong relationships with them
  • Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute or have a clear intention of working towards achieving chartered status.

  

Why work here:

Providing a collaborative, stimulating, and inspiring working environment across two offices in the UK (London & Manchester), where there are currently over 40 employees.

They offer excellent opportunities for career progression, further training, and a comprehensive list of enticing benefits.

Additionally, they believe in promoting work-life balance and are proud to offer all their staff the flexibility of hybrid working, allowing them to work from home two days a week.

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42000
Landscape Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
up to £35,000
Permanent

Talented, design focused Landscape Architect required for this amazing, multi- award winning practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are seeking a talented Landscape Architect, with a strong design focus, to join this multi-award winning and growing practice.

This role offers a chance to contribute to the design of landscapes at all scales, from intimate domestic settings to expansive rural estates, and from small public realm spaces to extensive parklands, both within the UK and internationally. With a portfolio that includes high-profile projects, including many well-known London schemes, you'll be part of a team that embraces a thought-provoking design process, crafting landscapes that leave a lasting impact.

The successful candidate should ideally also have a BA (Hons) or Bsc (Hons) Undergraduate studies in Landscape Architecture, along with at least three years out in industry, working in a landscape practice. A working knowledge of BIM and construction detailing would be an advantage as well as a thirst for quality design.

 

What makes you good at your job:

Essential Requirements
  • Accomplished design, hand-sketching and graphic skills with the ability to communicate coherent and well-resolved ideas clearly
  • UK based project experience with good experience in all stages of design
  • Good knowledge of BIM and construction detailing
  • Proficiency in all relevant software packages including Revit
  • Excellent presentation skills and English language skills, both written and spoken
  • Ability to work well independently and under pressure.
  • Ability to put together a high-quality& comprehensive design report and technical drawing package.     

  

Why work here:

Providing a collaborative, stimulating, and inspiring working environment across two offices in the UK (London & Manchester), where there are currently over 40 employees.

They offer excellent opportunities for career progression, further training, and a comprehensive list of enticing benefits.

Additionally, they believe in promoting work-life balance and are proud to offer all their staff the flexibility of hybrid working, allowing them to work from home two days a week.

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35000
Assistant Architect / Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£28,000 - £34,000
Permanent

Award winning studio, working on a broad range of projects including Hotel / Hospitality, Residential, Built to Rent, and Co-living.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

We have an exceptional opportunity available for a skilled Assistant Architect / Architect to join an award-winning Architecture firm located in a trendy part of London.

This position is ideal for a Newly Qualified Architect or Assistant Architect (both levels are welcome to apply) who will become an integral part of the planning team, collaborating closely with the Senior Architect.

As the chosen candidate, your responsibilities will encompass client meetings, ensuring the delivery of projects to the highest quality standards, and conducting thorough QA checks before finalizing designs at the studio. A collaborative mindset is crucial, as you'll be working alongside a diverse team of professionals and consistently upholding the practice's positive and professional image.

The projects you will be involved in predominantly revolve around Hotel / Hospitality, Residential, Built to Rent, and Co-living developments, making this a varied and exciting opportunity for any aspiring architect.

This is a design led role with the below duties:

  • Help ensure the project is delivered within budget and programme
  • Advise the direction on design and or technical aspects of their projects
  • Facilitate reviews and design sessions
  • Maintain regular contact with client and design team
  • Work autonomously and lead on the direction of the design with high level of technical competency
  • Must have good working knowledge of construction and technical design
  • Coordinate and write D&A access statements
  • IT Skills to include: Revit, AutoCAD, InDesign,Photoshop and Sketchup with experience in environmental and energy analysis processes and software favourable

This practice is wonderful and offers hybrid working opportunity.

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34000
Office Coordinator / Studio Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£25,000 - £27,000
Permanent

Amazing opportunity with this ambitious architecture and interior design firm based in Fulham.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

This is a great opportunity for Assistant Office Manager / Studio Coordinator.  We are shortlisting talented and friendly Office / Studio Coordinators for young and ambitious Architecture firm in London.  The company specialises in luxury residential projects, overseeing the entire process from initial design to final execution.

As the Assistant Office Manager / Studio Coordinator, you need to have strong organisational skills and display a enthusiasm and eagerness to contribute to the team's success. Assisting and learning as you go within a successful Architecture and Property firm.

Ideal candidate will have minimum 6-12 month's administrative experience within a similar industry – creative sector!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Creating and sending pre-pitch and post-pitch correspondence
  • Developing and overseeing company templates and stationery
  • Managing contacts using a contacts database or Excel spreadsheets
  • Handling email responses and inquiries
  • Supporting client reporting tasks
  • Conducting phone-based follow-ups with potential clients as necessary
  • Managing suppliers by creating trade accounts.
  • Helping with the production of marketing materials.
  • Assisting with website upkeep and acquiring project materials.
  • Maintaining and updating the company's CRM software and computer databases  

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • Minimum 1-year relevant experience and degree qualified
  • Strong knowledge of Excel
  • Excellent communication skills and confidence in client interactions.
  • Proficient in organisational and reporting skills. 

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27000
Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Excellent opportunity for an experienced Project Architect with a strong "design eye" to focus on high quality/bespoke design

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Want to work for a design led, friendly Architecture firm with fantastic transport links? If so, continue reading.  

My client is a leading architecture studio with a track record of building and maintaining long term relationships with the world’s leading clients.

We are short listing experienced, creative Project Architects with a strong ‘design eye’ to work on projects with a focus on high quality/bespoke design. Project size vary ranging from small mews properties and one-off apartments/penthouses to large apartment buildings and mixed use schemes £1m to £40m construction value.

As an Architect, in this role you will prepare and develop drawings, models, images and other documents relating to design and technical documentation, covering all RIBA stages.

My client has regularly been listed in the good employer guide and has been shortlisted for BD architectural employer of the year awards.

Architect key requirements:

  • a minimum of three to four years’ practice experience working as an architect at all RIBA stages (especially stage 3 & 4)
  • strong design ability including experience of detail / technical design and delivery
  • good graphic skills and 3D design ability.
  • experience of AutoCAD and Revit is advantageous
  • excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • previous experience with client meetings
  • portfolio showcasing bespoke projects (e.g. hotel / heritage)  
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45000
Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £47,000
Permanent

Wonderful employee owned practice working across residential, hotel, commercial and community projects.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

You will be joining a leading architectural studio with an impressive track record of developing and maintaining long term relationships with the world's leading developers.  The dedicated team of 30, highly-skilled architects, designers and support staff are working across a diverse portfolio including, residential, hotel, commercial and community projects.

This is a wonderful opportunity to join this employee-owned practice and be a part of the marvelous supportive office. Our client encourages personal career development and supports staff with training, collaboration and mentoring. Promoting core office hours and flexible working they offer a sensible work – life balance. Offering a fantastic pension scheme, life and health insurance, profit share bonus, educational training support, mental health support programmes and social and sports events throughout the year including field trips (previous locations include Helsinki,Madrid, Porto).

Summary of Role:

You will be an experienced, creative Architect with a strong ‘design eye’ and great technical abilities, looking to work on projects with a focus on high quality/bespoke design. Project size is wide ranging from small mews properties and one-off apartments/penthouses to large apartment buildings and mixed use schemes £1m to £40m construction value.

The successful candidate will prepare and develop drawings, models, images and other documents relating to design and technical documentation, covering all RIBA stages.

This role is office based with occasional work from home options.

Ideal Candidate:

  • a minimum of three to four years’ practice experience working as a project architect at all RIBA stages
  • strong design ability including experience of detail / technical design and delivery
  • excellent graphic skills and 3D design ability. Proficient in InDesign, Photoshop, SketchUp (or similar) and have appropriate rendering competencies
  • experience of AutoCAD and Revit
  • confident, approachable and a strong team player
  • comfortable and confident in both client facing and contractor facing roles
  • will most likely have worked in a small to medium sized practice specialising in residential or other high specification bespoke projects (e.g. hotel/heritage)
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47000
BIM Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£50,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Multi award-winning design studio based in North West London

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Top award-winning Architecture firm in North West London is looking to appoint a BIM Coordinator for their Studio.

The practice is design led, leading both international & UK based Architecture and Interior projects.

They are actively looking for a BIM Coordinator candidate to work as part of the studio reporting directly to the Associate Architect. Ideal candidate will be a proactive individual with proven experience in all the major industry software packages.

Responsibilities

  • Assist and support project team with BIM coordination and review clash reports
  • Run clash detection and produce reports
  • Provide training and support for BIM coordination software
  • To work closely with all BIM and Revit users on each project
  • Promote and provide guidance on procedures, processes and technical queries
  • Ensure all project teams meet and understand the specific project digital requirements
  • Follow and promote the company standards, procedures and processes
  • Assist with Revit content creation and promote best software practice
  • Provide technical assistance for Revit content, functionality and technical issues resolution
  • Responsible for producing training content in line with Company standards, processes and procedures
  • Responsible for maintaining training manuals and process documents

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate will have previous BIM Coordinator / BIM Technician experience within a medium to large size Architecture firm

  • Excellent communication and social interpersonal skills
  • Excellent time management skills and be adaptable
  • Have a good working knowledge of: REVIT, Navisworks, AUTOCAD, Dynamo and BIM 360

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55000
Mid-Weight Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £38,000
Permanent

Fantastic opportunity with a true leader in Hotel and Hospitality design.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

For over three decades, this practice has been recognized as a trailblazer in hotel and hospitality design, leaving an indelible mark on the industry.

 

Guided by a team of passionate partners who are also co-owners of the studio, they boast an astounding cumulative total of 200 years of working together. Collaboration lies at the heart of their approach and spans their core services, including hotel architecture, interior design, and integrated hospitality solutions.

 

They understand the pivotal role that exceptional design plays in shaping unforgettable hospitality experiences. They possess an unwavering dedication to excellence, combining cutting-edge architectural innovation with awe-inspiring interior design. In addition, each team member contributes their unique brilliance, resulting in extraordinary end products that stand out in the market.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Understand the requirements of the project and artistic vision effectively.
  • Proficiently work with 3D designs and produce drawings.
  • Stay updated on the latest trends in materials used for hospitality projects in the sector.
  • Actively participate in creative discussions, and present creative ideas that align with the design and brand strategy.
  • Depending on experience, work on smaller projects and report to the project director or associate.
  • Attend client and consultant meetings.
  • Actively take place in the creative aspect of presentations and proposals.

    

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • Minimum 4 years relevant experience and degree qualified
  • Experienced in preparing interior design concepts for different scales of hospitality projects.
  • Develop and prepare design presentations to communicate ideas and stories to clients
  • AutoCAD and Revit knowledge is important
  • Expertise in space planning and technical knowledge
  • Comfortable when facing clients. 
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38000
BID Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£38,000 - £42,000
Permanent

Brilliant opportunity with a leading design practice, offering a culture that encourages the growth and talent of everyone

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Wonderful opportunity for a BID Coordinator to be part of well recognised and respected large Architecture firm in London.

The client is a London based group of architects and designers, creating some of the world’s smartest and most sustainable buildings and carving a smart and innovative way to live and work in today’s urban cities.

The practice is designing projects across three continents and has buildings under construction in the UK, the Netherlands, Italy, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, India, Singapore and Japan.

They are now looking for an experienced BID Coordinator for their London studio, to support on new business in the UK and internationally.

Key skills and experience of BID Coordinator:

  • experience of preparing and coordinating bid submissions with 3-5 years experience
  • understanding of the design and procurement process and knowledge of contractual matters would be an advantage
  • architectural background or strong interest in architecture, construction and the creative processes
  • self-disciplined, entrepreneurial, and confident in a creative environment, with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • excellent communication and organisation skills, as well as a talent for writing concisely and clearly
  • excellent attention to detail and a thorough approach
  • keen to learn with a flexible attitude, able to work effectively under pressure and to meet deadlines
  • strong organisational, administrative and document production skills
  • good knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop and InDesign    

       

This is a full-time permanent position with benefits, based in their Central London office.

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42000
Revit Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £47,000
Permanent

Award winning AJ100 practice, offering truly exciting projects as well as an emphasis on employee satisfaction and development.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

You will be joining an award winning, AJ100 listed practice working on several large-scale schemes, including affordable & luxury residential, hotels, offices and retail. The talented team of 60 plus also have the skills to deliver mixed-use, masterplanning and regeneration projects at a variety of scales.

 

As a key member of the team, you will play a crucial role in producing high-quality technical drawings and detailed packages using Revit. You will be primarily assigned to projects from RIBA stages 3 onwards, allowing you to contribute your skills and expertise during the critical phases of project development.

  

What makes you good at your job:

  • Qualified as an Architect with sound technical understanding of UK construction processes, procedures, rules and regulations.
  • 2-3 years post-Part 3 UK professional work experience.
  • Experience working on large residential, commercial and mixed-use projects and delivering projects using Revit across all RIBA work stages, particularly from Stage 3 onwards.
  • Experience of working on work shared projects, managing highly complex Revit models and coordinating with other consultants in a 3D environment.
  • Good understanding of BIM process and and workflow fundamentals as well as BIM Industry Standards.
  • Knowledge of NBS Chorus advantageous.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong technical delivery expertise
  • Possess strong people skills and leadership skills.

  

Why work here_:

An award winning top AJ100 listed practice. It’s the creativity, social and passionate community that makes this practice a great place to work; from sharing design news, holding regular internal presentations, lectures and debates and organising several sporting and social events throughout the year, staff contentment is at peak.

Offering a great list of benefits including; well-being activities, social events and a real value for employee satisfaction and development. This is an office-based role offering 12 days a year working from home.

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47000
Part 3 Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Exciting projects across commercial, residential, and community sectors, with this boutique multi-disciplinary practice.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are hiring Part 3 Architects and Part 2 Architectural Assistants to join a growing team of young, but experienced and enthusiastic Designers, Architects, and Engineers in London. This is an opportunity to work on a number of exciting masterplan developments and large projects that are just about to commence across residential, commercial and urban design that promises full involvement across the project life cycles. You will be joining a small practice working with a close nit team of circa. 7 offering a chance to work on large scale projects, working closely with it's sister companies in Engineering, Developers, Consultants and F-Line Designs.

 

Summary of Role:

The practice has a series of exciting projects currently within the UK, working within the commercial, residential, and community sectors and are also currently in communication with companies in Europe regarding innovative and sustainable designs. The ideal candidate will have at least 4+ UK projects experience, have worked across all RIBA stages of large-scale complex projects with great Revit skills.

 

You will be leading and developing projects and packages from early concept through design and technical development, preparing drawings, specifications and construction documents. You will be a great communicator who enjoys liaising with teams and clients and have an interest and commitment to developing the practice outlook and culture as they grow.

 

Requirements:

  • Proficiency in spoken and written English, with demonstrable verbal and written communications skills
  • Minimum of four years in UK practice
  • Experience with development projects
  • Interested in the sustainability of buildings, innovative with design
  • Architects must be registered with ARB (RIBA is also desired)
  • Excellent Revit skills, proficiency in AutoCAD, SketchUp/Rhino, Adobe Suite and Microsoft Office
  • Excellent design, detailing and presentation skills
  • Strong knowledge of UK building regulations and all RIBA work stages
  • Strong knowledge of London planning policies
  • Strong technical expertise and knowledge of current construction methods
  • Ability to work on multiple projects concurrently, excellent timekeeping skills
  • Experience coordinating with subcontractors

      

Offering:

A competitive salary, career progression as practice grows, company bonus scheme, great social and networking events, excellent mentoring and professional development opportunities through good exposure to all aspects of the practice including CPD courses and new courses within the industry, fortnightly social events with the entire team, overseas business trips.

This is an office based role and salary is negotiable depending upon experience. Based in Kensington / West Hammersmith.

35000
45000
Part 2 Architectural Assistant
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Exciting projects across commercial, residential, and community sectors, with this boutique multi-disciplinary practice.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

We are hiring Part 3 Architects and Part 2 Architectural Assistants to join a growing team of young, but experienced and enthusiastic Designers, Architects, and Engineers in London. This is an opportunity to work on a number of exciting masterplan developments and large projects that are just about to commence across residential, commercial and urban design that promises full involvement across the project life cycles. You will be joining a small practice working with a close nit team of circa. 7 offering a chance to work on large scale projects, working closely with it's sister companies in Engineering, Developers, Consultants and F-Line Designs.

 

Summary of Role:

The practice has a series of exciting projects currently within the UK, working within the commercial, residential, and community sectors and are also currently in communication with companies in Europe regarding innovative and sustainable designs. The ideal candidate will have at least 4+ UK projects experience, have worked across all RIBA stages of large-scale complex projects with great Revit skills.

 

You will be leading and developing projects and packages from early concept through design and technical development, preparing drawings, specifications and construction documents. You will be a great communicator who enjoys liaising with teams and clients and have an interest and commitment to developing the practice outlook and culture as they grow.

 

Requirements:

  • Proficiency in spoken and written English, with demonstrable verbal and written communications skills
  • Minimum of four years in UK practice
  • Experience with development projects
  • Interested in the sustainability of buildings, innovative with design
  • Architects must be registered with ARB (RIBA is also desired)
  • Excellent Revit skills, proficiency in AutoCAD, SketchUp/Rhino, Adobe Suite and Microsoft Office
  • Excellent design, detailing and presentation skills
  • Strong knowledge of UK building regulations and all RIBA work stages
  • Strong knowledge of London planning policies
  • Strong technical expertise and knowledge of current construction methods
  • Ability to work on multiple projects concurrently, excellent timekeeping skills
  • Experience coordinating with subcontractors

      

Offering:

A competitive salary, career progression as practice grows, company bonus scheme, great social and networking events, excellent mentoring and professional development opportunities through good exposure to all aspects of the practice including CPD courses and new courses within the industry, fortnightly social events with the entire team, overseas business trips.

This is an office based role and salary is negotiable depending upon experience. Based in Kensington / West Hammersmith.

35000
45000
Recently Qualified Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£28,000 - £38,000
Permanent

Employee-owned architectural studio, working on Rail, Higher Education and Regeneration projects.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

An employee-owned architectural studio, a prominent industry leader renowned for its exceptional track record in establishing and cultivating enduring partnerships with renowned developers. The dynamic team based in Southbank comprises of approx. 30 passionate architects, designers, and support staff who possess extensive expertise. Together, they undertake a wide range of projects in diverse sectors such as Rail, Higher Education and Regeneration.

Our client encourages personal career development and supports staff with training, collaboration and mentoring. Promoting core office hours and flexible working they offer a sensible work–life balance. They invest and nurture the diverse talent and support their teams by formal and informal training and knowledge sharing, extensive in-house design and technical reviews, and support and mentoring for those looking to complete formal qualifications or further develop their skills.

Summary of Role:

They are seeking an experienced, talented and creative Part 2 architectural assistant or a newly qualified architect who is interested in working in Higher Education, Regeneration and Rail sector projects, with relevant qualifications and Vectorworks and/or Microstation software knowledge.

The successful candidate will prepare and develop drawings, models, images and other documents relating to design and technical documentation, covering all RIBA stages

Ideal Candidate:

  • A minimum of two to three years’ practice experience working across all RIBA stages
  • A strong design ability including experience of detail / technical design and delivery
  • Excellent graphic skills and 3D design ability.
  • Excellent experience using Vectorworks and Microstation or Ecosim
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, be confident, approachable and a strong team player
  • Comfortable and confident in both client facing and contractor facing roles
  • Will most likely have worked in a small to medium sized with experience of working on UK Rail Sector and Education sectors.     
28000
38000
Part 2 Architectural Assistant
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£28,000 - £38,000
Permanent

Employee-owned architectural studio, working on Rail, Higher Education and Regeneration projects.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

An employee-owned architectural studio, a prominent industry leader renowned for its exceptional track record in establishing and cultivating enduring partnerships with renowned developers. The dynamic team based in Southbank comprises of approx. 30 passionate architects, designers, and support staff who possess extensive expertise. Together, they undertake a wide range of projects in diverse sectors such as Rail, Higher Education and Regeneration.

Our client encourages personal career development and supports staff with training, collaboration and mentoring. Promoting core office hours and flexible working they offer a sensible work–life balance. They invest and nurture the diverse talent and support their teams by formal and informal training and knowledge sharing, extensive in-house design and technical reviews, and support and mentoring for those looking to complete formal qualifications or further develop their skills.

Summary of Role:

They are seeking an experienced, talented and creative Part 2 architectural assistant or a newly qualified architect who is interested in working in Higher Education, Regeneration and Rail sector projects, with relevant qualifications and Vectorworks and/or Microstation software knowledge.

The successful candidate will prepare and develop drawings, models, images and other documents relating to design and technical documentation, covering all RIBA stages

Ideal Candidate:

  • A minimum of two to three years’ practice experience working across all RIBA stages
  • A strong design ability including experience of detail / technical design and delivery
  • Excellent graphic skills and 3D design ability.
  • Excellent experience using Vectorworks and Microstation or Ecosim
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, be confident, approachable and a strong team player
  • Comfortable and confident in both client facing and contractor facing roles
  • Will most likely have worked in a small to medium sized with experience of working on UK Rail Sector and Education sectors.     
28000
38000
Mid-Weight FF&E Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£38,000 - £40,000
Permanent

Long term established, highly successful design studio based in London Bridge.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Our client is in search of a skilled and passionate Mid-Weight FF&E Designer to become a valuable addition to their successful team.

We are seeking an individual who is filled with enthusiasm, possesses a strong drive for organization, pays exceptional attention to detail, and is capable of working swiftly. The ideal candidate must be able to commence work without delay. If you've got what it takes to excel in this position, we'd love to hear from you!

 

Our Client

Long term established, highly successful design studio based in London Bridge with niche projects, including a 1 billion Euro project for well known entertainment brand.  

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Mid-weight level involvement in projects, adhering to timelines and budgets
  • Attend project/client meetings to receive project briefs
  • Procure FF&E products as required
  • Mentor and support Junior FF&E Designers
  • Participate in project meetings, providing input on concept development and suggesting suitable finishes and fabrics
  • Prepare FF&E presentations and packs for client meetings under the guidance of the Senior FF&E Designer.
  • Build and maintain relationships with suppliers, suggest new contacts, and stay informed about the latest FF&E advancements.  

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • Minimum 4 years FF&E experience
  • Skilled in creating conceptual designs with a focus on colour and texture
  • Luxury hospitality or F&B project experience
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, and possibly EstiMac or EstiPC
  • Strong understanding of FF&E selection, including materials, finishes, detailing, and scheduling
  • Some experience using CAD software
  • Proven track record in producing FF&E specifications
  • Ability to include costings, materials, finishes, and sanitary schedules in the specifications
38000
40000
Projects Administrator
Chepstow
,
Wales
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£22,000 - £24,000
Permanent

Unique opportunity with a international consultancy engaged in humanitarian work.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

This is a unique opportunity to join an international consultancy that is engaged in meaningful work that makes a tangible difference, particularly in the field of humanitarian efforts.

As an Projects Administrator, you will be providing support to the Explosives Engineering Services team that are involved in a range of tasks relating to landmine and bomb detection and clearance, both in the UK and internationally.  

In addition to exciting and meaningful work, there are great prospects for rapid progression and promotion which would also be reflected in a salary increase.

Working 2 days from home and 3 days in the office, my client offer flexibility and flexible working hours.

The role duties:

  • Prepare and proof read reports and proposals
  • Assist operations coordinator with logistics and project personnel
  • Record and maintain equipment and documentation such as CV’s, qualification certificates and create personnel files
  • Take care of travel arrangements for contractors and staff such as hotel bookings, flights and other relevant information and forms
  • Update staff schedules and project information and prepare contract templates for review by project managers
  • Provide Health and Safety office admin for the team and complete H&S audits for client and office provider (if necessary)
  • Other ad hoc administrative duties

About you:

  • Have strong organisational skills with PA /Office Management / Secretarial background
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Time management, able to prioritise workload accordingly
  • Understanding of Project Administration is very important
  • Solid understanding of Office 365 applications
22000
24000
Project Manager
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£60,000 - £65,000
Permanent

Exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Manager with a Architecture background to work on a state of the art commercial development in Central London.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Manager with a Architecture background to work on a state of the art commercial development in Central London.

Our client is seeking a Project Manager to represent their practice to the end client, and to be on site for a 5000 sqm project with £30M project budget.

The ideal Project Manager for this role would have experience of dealing with large, complex city centre developments.

The requirements & experience

  • Project Management experience / employers representative
  • Experience of working with complex Client stakeholder arrangements.
  • Experience of administering the JCT Contract and ideally other complex legal agreements.
  • Experience of working with Tier One Contractors.

Typical experience and responsibilities

  • Regularly arranging and chairing the necessary meet­ings required to manage the contractual side such as: Progress Meetings, Design Release information meet­ings, Early Warning meetings, Risk Review meetings, Cost Control meetings, IRS Review meetings, Variation Review Meetings and Client Update meetings.
  • Managing the flow of design information to the Con­tractor.
  • Managing the Contract Programme with the Con­tractor and monitoring progress made against the pro­gramme
  • Managing the “look ahead” process to foresee up and coming issues through information flow, resources or material issues.
  • Managing the “Big Issues” to prevent delay.
  • Managing the Interim Valuation process.
  • Managing the issue of necessary warranties.
  • Managing the handover process and closing the project out

The above duties are supported by a Practice Project Architect (the design consultancy employs over 220 people).  This role is for you to be a direct line to the client, not involved in the generation of architectural design details, taking a broader view across all design elements that can impact the facility.

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65000
BIM Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Established, International Architecture Practice

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Client:

Established in 2005, our client is dedicated to producing exceptional architecture that stands the test of time. They have successfully undertaken projects across various geographies, building sizes,and typologies, leaving a diverse portfolio of impressive built work. As a member of this practice, you will have the opportunity to contribute to their ongoing success and work on projects that span the UK, Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. Their expertise lies in commercial, high-end residential, mixed-use, cultural, master planning, and educational projects, allowing you to engage with a wide range of architectural disciplines.

This is a chance to join a team of 30 that values creativity, innovation, and the pursuit of architectural excellence. By becoming a part of this dynamic practice, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with talented professionals and contribute to the realisation of extraordinary architectural designs.

Summary of Role:

We are currently seeking an exceptional individual to join our rapidly expanding studio. This is a key role that presents a unique opportunity for growth and leadership in BIM management within the practice.You will have the chance to work on a diverse range of projects and make a significant impact.

As a BIM Coordinator, you will play a vital role in the studio, ensuring the effective implementation and management of BIM processes. Your expertise and attention to detail will be instrumental in coordinating and collaborating with project teams, driving the successful delivery of BIM projects. This role offers you the chance to showcase your skills, take on new responsibilities, and contribute to the overall success of our practice.

Responsibilities:

  • Developing and maintaining BIM protocols
  • Implement BIM Execution Plan and set up the modelling environment
  • Ensuring the accuracy of models and datasets
  • Providing training and assistance to the project team and explaining procedures and standards
  • Sourcing and maintaining model content
  • Coordinating data modelling and handover of information
  • Liaising with the design team
  • Create adaptive components and custom Revit families  

 

Essential Skills / Experience / Qualifications required:

  • Minimum 3 year experience as BIM Coordinator with good knowledge of BIM Level 2
  • Navisworks and COBie experience is desirable
  • Capable of showing a solid working background with the delivery of BIM projects
  • Experience in delivering projects to BIM standards (ISO 19650)
  • Familiarity with BIM Execution Plans
  • Familiarity with Common Data Environments
  • Familiarity with Task Information Delivery Plans/Master Information Delivery Plan
  • Knowledge of Dynamo experience is an advantage but not required   

45000
55000
Senior Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£50,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Architecture & Interior Design practice, with an exceptional reputation that extends over fifty years.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

Our client is seeking a talented Senior Architect to run workplace projects both in the UK and abroad. They value a comprehensive skill set that encompasses experience in new construction and retrofitting, as well as a diverse range of sectors, including residential. Our client actively encourages involvement across all projects within their studio, fostering a stimulating and engaging atmosphere for all team members.

 

We are looking for applicants who possess a natural talent for design and a track record of working on exceptional projects, as showcased in their impressive portfolio. It is essential that candidates demonstrate their ability to contribute to the design philosophy and have great technical stages experience. As a successful applicant, you will have the chance to be involved in prestigious projects, playing a vital role in the entire project life-cycle from concept development to project completion. Joining a dynamic and enjoyable studio, you will become an integral part of the team.

 

What makes you good at your job:

  • You are ARB or RIBA registered.
  • You have at least 3-4 years UK post qualification experience
  • You have experience working on profile middle-east projects
  • You have a proven track record of job-running and experience working across all stages
  • You have excellent creative design capabilities demonstrated by a portfolio
  • You can demonstrate experience in all stages of design and construction administration
  • You have 2D and 3D software knowledge including Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop and InDesign

    

What the role includes:

  • You will collaborate with the design team to develop project plans, concepts and designs for commercial and mixed-use projects
  • You will lead the production of project documentation, including detailed drawings, specifications, and schedules
  • You will manage project budgets, timelines, and resources to ensure successful project delivery
  • You will coordinate with project stakeholders, including clients, contractors, and consultants
  • You will provide technical guidance and support to project team members
  • You will create building designs and highly detailed drawings both by hand and by using specialist computer-aided design(CAD) applications
  • You will plan, develop and implement building designs, packages, details, within budget.
  • You will write and present reports, proposals, applications and contracts
  • You will adapt plans according to circumstances and resolving any problems that may arise during construction

Why work here:

You will have the opportunity to join a highly esteemed team of architects and interior designers with an exceptional reputation that extends over fifty years. Our client has established studios in the UK and Hong Kong, working with an international client base on a diverse range of projects. As a RIBA chartered practice, valuing rich heritage with a forward-thinking approach, translating innovative concepts into truly captivating masterplans, buildings, and interiors.

An office based role offering a generous bonus scheme, pension scheme  and great holiday package, fantastic career development opportunities and flexible working.

50000
55000
Personal Assistant / Executive Assistant
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£38,000 - £42,000
Permanent

Experienced Personal Assistant / Executive Assistant needed for a leading Architectural and Interior Design Firm in West London.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Are you an enthusiastic, organized, and motivated individual with a passion for providing exceptional support? Our client, an award-winning Chartered Architectural and Interior Design practice, is currently seeking an experienced Personal Assistant / Executive Assistant to provide comprehensive assistance to the studios' three Partners.

 

With over 30 years of experience, the studio has grown to include more than 60 talented individuals who thrive on strong leadership, sound financial management, collaborative partnerships, and consistent performance. Additionally, they boast an excellent working environment, with genuine support in relation professional development as well as employee well-being.

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • diary management
  • travel arrangements
  • day-to-day arrangements for both parties, including meetings, restaurant reservations and personal appointments
  • answering and filtering calls and emails, liaising with clients and suppliers, welcoming visitors and being the first point of contact for both
  • preparing pitch documents and portfolios in InDesign
  • assisting in responding to requests for proposals/information (PQQs/EOIs, tenders, proposals, presentations)
  • supporting the partner and the head of business development in identifying and researching relevant business opportunities
  • coordinating meetings with potential clients and assisting with following up and tracking
  • assisting the wider hospitality and commercial team with occasional tasks
  • organising team outings
  • being an intrinsic part of the practice’s‘ admin team’, covering and helping when and as needed
  • liaising with the PR consultant, at the direction of the head of business development, and assisting in administrative duties for the PR team
  • liaising with the head of social media and the team and offer support as needed
  • assisting in the development of the business’s brand, while liaising with the relevant key people
  • supporting the company’s website designer in updating projects and materials
  • assisting in the creation of marketing materials and documents where necessary

 

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • excellent organisational skills and the ability to coordinate multiple projects
  • excellent verbal and written communication skills, well-spoken, courteous, and articulate
  • collaborative ethos
  • a passion for design, art, and the creative world
  • command of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) and Adobe InDesign
  • the ability to act with discretion at all times
  • intuition and the ability to free think and act with confidence
  • flexibility and adaptability
  • a positive and supportive attitude with a problem-solving mentality

Working Hours are 9:30 am to 6 pm, with the possibility of working one day from home.

38000
42000
Marketing Assistant
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£28,000 - £32,000
Permanent

Collaborative team of architects and interior designers with a world-class reputation.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

We are currently seeking a highly motivated and passionate Marketing Assistant to join the London studio of one of our prestigious AJ100 listed clients. This outstanding opportunity calls for an individual who possesses exceptional graphic design skills, along with a flair for writing and editing, to create captivating content that contributes to the development of winning bids and impactful digital materials.

 

As a versatile team player with a creative nature, you will work closely with the Marketing Manager to support various initiatives across both our client's London and Hong Kong studios. Your responsibilities will include crafting engaging content for social media platforms, assisting in the implementation of press strategies, and meticulously preparing and submitting award entries for consideration. By assuming ownership of tasks and demonstrating your capabilities, you will have the chance to thrive in this role and gain comprehensive knowledge of our client's world-renowned practice.

 

Our client is a collaborative team of architects and interior designers with a world-class reputation. Founded by a British design icon, the practice has a contemporary vision that transforms bold ideas into truly inspiring buildings and interiors. It will be a dynamic and diverse role which requires an appreciation of design at all scales and across all sectors.

Responsibilities

  • Collate submissions presentations, bid documents, and other new business support.
  • Create compelling promotional material, presentations and digital content, including generating ideas and editing still and moving content for use across social platforms.
  • Coordinate the calendar of awards submissions, photography, client events, industry event attendance, and speaking opportunities.
  • Copy-writing for digital content and digital platforms.
  • Support the Marketing Manager on the implementation of the marketing strategy, reporting and initiatives from digital marketing to events and new business.
  • Help with internal communications and assist in developing press campaigns.

Essential Skills and Requirements:

  • Creative nature with excellent graphic skills and an eye for composition with good attention to detail.
  • Detailed knowledge and working proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.
  • Confident communicator, both written and verbal, with the ability to interact professionally with both internal and external stakeholders.
  • Knowledgeable in social media platforms and management tools such as Hootsuite and Google Analytics.
  • Capable of multitasking, handling a broad range of responsibilities and working to tight deadlines.

 The successful candidate must be enthusiastic, have a keen interest in both architecture and interior design and be willing to take initiative.

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32000
Senior Architectural Technologist
Oxford
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£37,000 - £42,000
Permanent

Award-winning multi-disciplinary consultancy, providing a full range of design and consultancy services to the built environment.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

As a Senior Architectural Technician/Technologist, your specialisation lies in applying building science and technology to architectural and construction projects. Your expertise allows you to effectively manage the design process and provide innovative solutions based on your technical knowledge and experience. In addition, you have a proven track record in negotiating and managing the development of construction projects. You excel in handling all aspects of architectural and construction contracts, be it traditional, partnering, design & build, or other methods. You also understand the importance of post-construction aspects, ensuring the successful completion of the project.

 

What the role includes:

  • Ensure that projects meet all relevant technical and professional standards on a regular and consistent basis.
  • Manage the delivery of architectural and multi-discipline work to meet and generally exceed clients’ expectations in terms of brief, service innovation, overall quality of work, value for money and delivery to planned timescales.
  • Efficiently manage the delivery of architectural and multidisciplinary work, consistently exceeding clients' expectations in terms of brief interpretation, service innovation, overall quality, value for money, and adherence to planned timelines.
  • Drive architectural teams to achieve continuous improvement in technical quality and innovation in all work produced
  • Manage individual Client’s workloads
  • Participate in and, as required, hold regular and formal team management meetings and actively participate in architectural team meetings.
  • Control and monitor work, to ensure clients’ briefs and delivery programmes are achieved
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding associated with RIBA works stages 

Project Delivery
  • Assessing the needs of clients and users and agreeing a project brief
  • Developing project briefs and design programmes;
  • Preparing and presenting design proposals using CAD techniques and traditional methods
  • Working within a team to produce the detailed design process and coordinating detailed design information
  • Assisting with the progression of the Group CAD systems.;

  

 Requirements
  • Experienced in CAD/REVIT capability in a recognised Industry Standard Format, including 3D graphics and presentation relevant basic software (training will be given as required).
  • Able to deliver projects to a minimum of BIM Level 2 standard.
  • An established skill of maintaining excellent client relationships, being competent in key client management as a tool towards developing future business
  • Suitable technical based qualifications, or equivalent by experience.
  • Working towards or registered with MCIAT, TCIAT or similar
  • A minimum of 7 years’ experience or comparable work experience within the building / construction environment both off and on site.
  • A detailed understanding and thorough business knowledge of the Architectural field    

  

Why work here:

Providing a full range of design, engineering and consultancy services to the built environment you will be joining an award-winning team of over 150 employees across the UK. They pride themselves on fostering a collaborative, supportive, and professional environment for employees and offer a range of appealing benefits, including the option to work from home one day a week.

Please note travel to the London office may be required from time to time.

37000
42000
Senior Architectural Technician
Oxford
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£37,000 - £42,000
Permanent

Award-winning multi-disciplinary consultancy, providing a full range of design and consultancy services to the built environment.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

As a Senior Architectural Technician/Technologist, your specialisation lies in applying building science and technology to architectural and construction projects. Your expertise allows you to effectively manage the design process and provide innovative solutions based on your technical knowledge and experience. In addition, you have a proven track record in negotiating and managing the development of construction projects. You excel in handling all aspects of architectural and construction contracts, be it traditional, partnering, design & build, or other methods. You also understand the importance of post-construction aspects, ensuring the successful completion of the project.

 

What the role includes:

  • Ensure that projects meet all relevant technical and professional standards on a regular and consistent basis.
  • Manage the delivery of architectural and multi-discipline work to meet and generally exceed clients’ expectations in terms of brief, service innovation, overall quality of work, value for money and delivery to planned timescales.
  • Efficiently manage the delivery of architectural and multidisciplinary work, consistently exceeding clients' expectations in terms of brief interpretation, service innovation, overall quality, value for money, and adherence to planned timelines.
  • Drive architectural teams to achieve continuous improvement in technical quality and innovation in all work produced
  • Manage individual Client’s workloads
  • Participate in and, as required, hold regular and formal team management meetings and actively participate in architectural team meetings.
  • Control and monitor work, to ensure clients’ briefs and delivery programmes are achieved
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding associated with RIBA works stages 

Project Delivery
  • Assessing the needs of clients and users and agreeing a project brief
  • Developing project briefs and design programmes;
  • Preparing and presenting design proposals using CAD techniques and traditional methods
  • Working within a team to produce the detailed design process and coordinating detailed design information
  • Assisting with the progression of the Group CAD systems.;

  

 Requirements
  • Experienced in CAD/REVIT capability in a recognised Industry Standard Format, including 3D graphics and presentation relevant basic software (training will be given as required).
  • Able to deliver projects to a minimum of BIM Level 2 standard.
  • An established skill of maintaining excellent client relationships, being competent in key client management as a tool towards developing future business
  • Suitable technical based qualifications, or equivalent by experience.
  • Working towards or registered with MCIAT, TCIAT or similar
  • A minimum of 7 years’ experience or comparable work experience within the building / construction environment both off and on site.
  • A detailed understanding and thorough business knowledge of the Architectural field    

  

Why work here:

Providing a full range of design, engineering and consultancy services to the built environment you will be joining an award-winning team of over 150 employees across the UK. They pride themselves on fostering a collaborative, supportive, and professional environment for employees and offer a range of appealing benefits, including the option to work from home one day a week.

Please note travel to the London office may be required from time to time.

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42000
Senior Architect
Oxford
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Established Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy, with an award-winning team of over 150 employees across the UK

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

As a Senior Architect, your responsibilities will include architectural design, coordinating Design Teams, contract administration, and driving Business Development. You will specialise in applying building science and technology to architectural, interior, and construction projects, showcasing your expertise in managing the design process and providing innovative and visually appealing solutions

 

What makes you good at your job:

As a fully qualified Architect, your dedication to expanding knowledge in design, building science, and technology is paramount. A key focus of your role is project delivery, where you will take an active role in mentoring and leading technical work, showcasing expertise in BIM and Revit. Your proficiency extends to negotiating and managing construction projects and contracts, utilizing diverse methods like traditional, partnering, and design-build approaches. Furthermore, you understand the significance of post-construction aspects, including Soft Landings, ensuring comprehensive project success

What the role includes:

  • Ensure that projects meet all relevant technical and professional standards on a regular and consistent basis.
  • Manage the delivery of architectural and multi-discipline work to meet and generally exceed clients’ expectations in terms of brief, service innovation, overall quality of work, value for money and delivery to planned timescales.
  • Plan & manage architectural and multi-discipline resources on projects and proactively identify & resolve resourcing issues
  • Drive architectural teams to achieve continuous improvement in technical quality and innovation in all work produced
  • Manage individual Client’s workloads
  • Control and monitor work, to ensure clients’ briefs and delivery programmes are achieved
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding associated with RIBA works stages  

Project Delivery
  • Play a leading role in the technical delivery of the work by the architectural team and delegate responsibility for delivery of technical elements to other members of the architectural team.
  • Assessing the needs of clients and users and agreeing the project brief;
  • Developing project briefs and design / delivery programmes;
  • Preparing & presenting design proposal fully coordinated detailed project design and developing the project design
  • Ensuring continual compliance with design, legal, statutory and professional requirements;
  • Providing professional guidance and decision making to clients, users, other designers and construction teams;
Requirements
  • Possess extensive technical knowledge and expertise, with a minimum of 10 years of professional practice following ARB Certification..
  • Maintain a high standard of technical excellence by ensuring that project work consistently meets relevant technical and professional standards.
  • Ensure that projects adhere to technical and design requirements, complying with all applicable technical, health and safety, and environmental standards.
  • Provide valuable input and guidance regarding the technical aspects of work, adopting an appropriate approach to technical outputs. When necessary, you are capable of personally delivering technical work to exemplify this expertise.
  • Thoroughly understand and confirm clients' briefs before accepting them, ensuring all aspects are fully understood and agreed upon.
  • Actively and prominently contribute to the delivery of technical work, actively promoting and displaying technical competency in AUTOCAD, Revit, and BIM.
  • Ensure that all work is delivered in a timely manner, managing end-to-end processes and continually seeking improvement.       

  

Why work here:

Providing a full range of design, engineering and consultancy services to the built environment you will be joining an award-winning team of over 150 employees across the UK. They pride themselves on fostering a collaborative, supportive,and professional environment for employees and offer a range of appealing benefits, including the option to work from home one day a week.

Please note travel to the London office may be required from time to time.

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45000
Mid-Weight Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £40,000
Permanent

Global design consultancy, at the forefront of contemporary living solutions

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered
Are you a creative Interior Design professional with a passion for innovative design?

Our client is currently seeking a dynamic and talented Mid-Weight Interior Designer to join their thriving team.

At the forefront of contemporary living solutions, the practice specializes in array of residential ventures, ranging from private residences to housing developments and urban regeneration projects. Their diverse portfolio also encompasses designing stunning restaurants, retail and cultural spaces, hotels, and office buildings.

At their core lies a team of extraordinary design specialists, including highly skilled architects and interior designers. Their collaborative efforts and dedication to excellence have earned them an esteemed reputation in the industry. With offices situated in two vibrant metropolises, London and Hong Kong, this firm enjoys a truly global presence.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Understand and interpret the requirements and artistic vision effectively.
  • Proficiently work with both 2D and 3D designs and produce drawings.
  • Use and enhance technical knowledge with the guidance of senior team members to successfully complete projects.
  • Stay updated on the latest trends and advancements in materials used for various applications.
  • Actively participate in creative discussions, provide valuable input, and present cohesive creative ideas that align with the design and brand strategy.
  • Depending on experience, manage smaller projects and report to the project director or associate.
  • Take charge of creating internal and external creative presentations with the senior team members
  • Attend client and consultant meetings when needed.
  • With guidance from senior team members, actively participate in the creative aspect of presentations and proposals.
  • Represent the company by attending industry events.

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • A minimum of 3 years' experience in residential and or hospitality projects
  • Expertise in necessary software applications, including Revit (mandatory), Microstation, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Word/Excel/PowerPoint.
  • Capability to effectively present ideas and concepts.
  • Attentiveness and active listening to understand requirements and feedback.
  • Proactive approach and willingness to take independent action with a problem-solver attitude
  • Ability to work independently and take ownership of assigned tasks.  

This is an exceptional opportunity to contribute your expertise and creativity to a highly successful organization that truly values its employees.

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40000
Associate Architect
Oxford
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£55,000 - £65,000
Permanent

Established Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

Your role will encompass the following responsibilities: overseeing architectural design, coordinating the Design Team, and managing contract administration for assigned projects. Additionally, you will play a crucial role in key commercial activities and contribute to the growth of the business through Business Development efforts. Your expertise will lie in the application of building science and technology, specifically in the context of architectural, interiors, and construction projects. You will be acknowledged for your skills that empower you to effectively manage the design process and utilise your technical knowledge and expertise to offer innovative and visually appealing solutions.

 

What makes you good at your job:

As a fully qualified and ARB registered Architect, you bring a wealth of experience, with more than 10 years in the profession. A key aspect of your role will be a strong emphasis on"delivery," actively leading and mentoring the team in executing technical work. Your technical competency in both BIM and Revit will be vital, as you promote and demonstrate your expertise in these areas. Furthermore, you possess a solid understanding and practical experience in negotiating and managing the development of construction projects.

In your capacity as an Architect, you have successfully navigated and managed various aspects of architectural and construction contracts and you recognize the importance of post-construction aspects of a project, including Soft Landings and other related considerations.

 

What the role includes:

  • Ensure strict adherence to all relevant technical and professional standards across projects, maintaining consistency and regularity.
  • Take responsibility for project management, being accountable for the work conducted by the team.
  • Efficiently manage the delivery of architectural and multidisciplinary work, consistently exceeding clients' expectations in terms of brief interpretation, service innovation, overall quality, value for money, and adherence to planned timelines.
  • Strategically plan and manage resources for architectural and multidisciplinary projects, proactively identifying and resolving any resourcing challenges that may arise.
  • Collaborate with the wider Management Team, actively contributing to the development, communication, and implementation of ideas aimed at enhancing the architectural team's performance.
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding associated with RIBA works stages
  • Exercise strict control and monitoring over project progress, ensuring that delivery timelines and budgets are adhered to.
  • Lead architectural and multidisciplinary teams in resolving issues and effectively managing changes that may arise during project execution.

     

Project Delivery
  • Take on a prominent role in overseeing the technical execution of work carried out by the architectural team, while also delegating specific technical responsibilities to other team members.
  • Engage in the project inception phase,which involves assessing the requirements of clients and users, as well as reaching an agreement on the project brief.
  • Contribute to project planning activities, including the development of project briefs, design concepts, and delivery schedules.
  • Take an active part in the design process, which entails preparing and presenting design proposals to clients, as well as collaborating with the project team to ensure the successful delivery of a comprehensive design.
  • Undertake contract management responsibilities from project inception to completion, ensuring that all contractual obligations are met and effectively managed throughout the project's lifecycle.

Competencies
  • Possess extensive technical knowledge and expertise, with a minimum of 15 years of professional practice following ARB Certification. This depth of experience enables you to provide effective guidance and leadership to architectural and multidisciplinary teams, ensuring the successful technical delivery of projects. Your expertise also enhances your credibility with clients and all professional teams involved.
  • Maintain a high standard of technical excellence by ensuring that project work consistently meets relevant technical and professional standards.
  • Ensure that projects adhere to technical and design requirements, complying with all applicable technical, health and safety, and environmental standards.
  • Provide valuable input and guidance regarding the technical aspects of our work, adopting an appropriate approach to technical outputs. When necessary, you are capable of personally delivering technical work to exemplify this expertise.
  • Take a leading role in scoping client briefs, ensuring accuracy, appropriateness, and completeness of the requirements.
  • Thoroughly understand and confirm clients' briefs before accepting them, ensuring all aspects are fully understood and agreed upon.
  • Actively and prominently contribute to the delivery of technical work, actively promoting and displaying technical competency in AUTOCAD, Revit, and BIM.
  • Take personal responsibility for the complete delivery of technical work on projects with construction values of up to £30 million. Demonstrating technical competency in AUTOCAD, Revit, and BIM is integral to this responsibility.
  • Ensure that all work is delivered in a timely manner, managing end-to-end processes and continually seeking improvement. The delivery should meet high technical standards, be well presented, and comply with current regulations and standards. This approach ensures the achievement of operational, financial, and commercial targets outlined in project Business Plans, with a particular focus on health and safety, quality, environment, operational delivery, productivity, customer service, and profitability.

  

Why work here_:

Providing a full range of design, engineering and consultancy services to the built environment you will be joining an award-winning team of over 150 employees across the UK. They pride themselves  on fostering a collaborative, supportive, and professional environment for employees and offer a range of appealing benefits, including the option to work from home one day a week.

Please note travel to the London may be required from time to time.

55000
65000
HR Manager
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Industry leader, providing a cohesive suite of architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and visualisation services

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Are you a self-starter with a passion for human resources? This acclaimed, multi-disciplinary practice is seeking an HR Manager to join their dynamic and successful team.

The practice is an industry leader, providing a cohesive suite of architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and visualisation services both in the UK and internationally. Much of their success has stemmed from their commitment to fostering a supportive and thriving work environment, as evidenced by multiple awards including AJ100 Employer of the Year as well as being consistently placed on The Sunday Times’ Best 100 Small Companies to Work For list.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Advise and assist the Directors on HR best practices, policies, procedures, and employment legislation.
  • Provide support and consultation on employee relations issues, managing them professionally and promptly alongside the Directors.
  • Review and update HR policies, procedures,employee handbook, contracts, and intranet to align with evolving requirements.
  • Oversee recruitment processes and ensure accurate updates to job descriptions and role matrices.
  • Manage and distribute all HR correspondence effectively.
  • Maintain comprehensive employee files, ensuring confidentiality and compliance.
  • Supervise company inductions, work experience programs, and apprenticeship initiatives.
  • Coordinate staff appraisals, staff circles, and associated outcomes.
  • Oversee and coordinate training programs, including CPDs, technical, and management training.
  • Support the BCorps Certification process and provide relevant people information for external surveys and client bids.
  • Manage the sponsorship process for overseas workers.
  • Lead Diversity and Inclusion and Well-being initiatives.

 

Qualifications, Experience, and Skills:

  • Proven experience as an HR Manager at both strategic and operational levels.
  • CIPD qualification is preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a talent for building and maintaining positive working relationships.
  • Strong administrative abilities with impeccable organization and attention to detail.
  • Adaptability and flexibility in a dynamic work environment.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, HRIS, and Excel.
  • Solid understanding of UK Employment Law.
  • Up-to-date knowledge of diversity and inclusion and well-being best practices.
45000
55000
Luxury Retail Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£28,000 - £40,000
Permanent

Superb opportunity with an established, global design studio.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

One of our phenomenal clients is currently looking for individuals who possess a strong passion for design and a desire to collaborate on significant mixed-use projects. With an expanding portfolio of interior architecture projects, they are moving through a transformative phase. This particular role is critical within the project team, as it includes focusing on interior planning and design for large-scale luxury retail projects based in Asia, spanning from 50,000 to 300,000 square meters.

From the initial Concept Design phase to project completion, the successful candidate will play a key role in delivering interior architectural projects that are both aesthetically ground-breaking and technically viable. It requires a balance of design skills, technical expertise, and efficiency.

If this opportunity sounds appealing, then you can be a great match for the position!

 

Our Client

Established in 2002 as a specialised studio focused on high-end retail, our client has evolved into a worldwide design agency engaged in various projects encompassing masterplans, architecture, interiors, and products.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Analyse the provided instructions and devise a plan for personal project assignments.
  • Produce output using a chosen design software.
  • Collaborate with the mentor and assist junior staff members.
  • Identify essential project information, conduct suitable research, and gather resources.
  • Coordinate with external design parties and offer suitable professional responses to technical and design queries.
  • Contribute to the development of lists, schedules, and initial specifications.
  • Identify and propose design approaches to adhere to building codes, regulations, and other regional regulatory requirements.
  • Seek, receive, organise, and relay project design information efficiently and effectively.
  • Work consistently and at a consistent pace from concept development to final delivery.
  • Assist in creating an itemised list of design stage deliverables.
  • Review and contribute to the planning of design work on the package in accordance with the project timeline.

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • A minimum of 3 years' experience in luxury design, specifically in delivering mixed-use projects worldwide.
  • Excellent ability to visually convey stories, establish strong connections, and adapt style to various levels.
  • Expertise in Rhino and AutoCAD at an advanced level is required (preferably with expertise in visualisation and FF&E delivery). Knowledge of REVIT is also desirable.
  • Extensive knowledge of materials and finishes, and the capability to confidently oversee projects from conception to completion.
  • Collaborate effectively with other disciplines such assignage, installation, and branding.
  • Proficiency in Mandarin is preferred but notessential.    
28000
40000
Membership Officer / Account Manager
Bracknell, Berks.
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£28,000 - £32,000
Permanent

Globally recognised, member-based organisation, focused on the construction and sustainability sectors

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

This is a great opportunity to join the Membership division of a globally recognised, member-based organisation based in Bracknell, Berkshire. The organisation plays a key role in the construction and sustainability sectors, offering a wide range of services to help companies improve the design, build and operation of buildings.

  

The Role

You will play a key role in the retention and growth of the association’s members, which include UK and International consulting engineers, contractors, manufacturers and architects.

Responsibilities

  • Support the Membership Manager with membership recruitment and retention strategy to achieve the membership revenue targets.
  • Conduct online research to find and assess potential new members.
  • Simplify competitor analysis for targeted development activities.
  • Call and follow up with leads to recruit new members successfully.
  • Create customized recruitment proposals
  • Attend and participate in trade shows/exhibitions to generate new business and gain industry insights
  • Establish and maintain connections with members to encourage the use of membership services through different communication channels.
  • Hold frequent meetings with members to find and cultivate cross-sales possibilities, such as sponsorship.
  • Assist the Membership Manager with organizing digital events to engage members on a regular basis.
  • Take part in the yearly renewals’ procedure, guaranteeing precise and effective collection
  • Collect feedback and ideas from members to improve the membership package with new offerings.  

Qualifications

  • Consultative selling and business development skills (essential).
  • Experienced in corporate membership environment (desirable).
  • Knowledge of the built environment (desirable).
  • Proven commercial acumen.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and spoken.
  • Presentation skills.

 

Benefits

  • Pension Scheme
  • Life Assurance 4x Annual Salary
  • 26 Annual Holidays + Bank Holidays
  • Employee discount voucher benefit portal
  • Company Sick Pay
  • Compassionate Leave
  • Ride to Work Scheme
  • Bounty Scheme (referral program)
  • Christmas Shutdown period
  • Free car park
  • Electrical Vehicle Charging
  • Employee well-being: Employee Assistance Programme 24/7
28000
32000
Senior Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£48,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Exciting UK & International Hospitality and Leisure projects, with this expanding interior design studio.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

A remarkable chance awaits you to become part of a rapidly expanding design start-up, offering exceptional prospects for personal and professional development.

Our client seeks a skilled Senior Interior Designer to join their F&B /Hospitality team based in London. We are looking for an Interior Designer who will possess exceptional design abilities and contribute to captivating bar, restaurant, and leisure projects both in the UK and internationally. The team specialises in delivering upscale, distinctive interior fit-out projects for F&B and hospitality, engaging in all stages from feasibility assessment and concept development to project implementation across a range of sizes and budgets.

If you are a creative and passionate Senior Interior Designer, with a positive can-do attitude, this role is a great match for you!

 

Our Client

With expertise in Hospitality, Residential, and F&B design, our client possesses a deep passion for crafting exceptional, tailor-made spaces that precisely meet their client’s requirements. Their primary emphasis lies in the initial design phases, encompassing concept development, brand integration, and creative vision, which enable them to deliver meticulously detailed and one-of-a-kind environments.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Take charge as the lead designer, overseeing and managing extensive hospitality and leisure projects from the initial concept phase to final completion both in the UK and internationally.
  • Develop and present comprehensive design proposals for project pitches.
  • Produce exceptional mood boards and 2D /3D design presentations, ensuring that the design aligns with the client's requirements and adheres to the project budget.
  • Lead site meetings and internal meetings, engaging with clients, suppliers, and contractors.
  • Prepare detailed working drawings and technical packs, including AutoCAD plans, elevations, and joinery details, as well as specifications for finishes and furniture, with assistance from the project team.
  • Provide direction and make edits to the CAD and 3D sketch models created by the team.
  • Manage the ordering and organization of samples for projects, while also creating distinct finish boards.
  • Supervise and mentor Junior and Mid-weight Designers within the team.
  • Contribute to the growth and advancement of the hospitality interiors team within the organisation.
  • Collaborate closely with the project team and report directly to the Creative Director.

    

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience
  • Degree qualified Interior Design or Interior Architecture with a minimum of 6 years of experience in leading and managing high-end F&B/Hospitality projects in the UK.
  • Extensive portfolio displaying highly creative and technically proficient hospitality designs.
  • Strong knowledge and experience in construction, fabrication, and on-site execution, particularly within the F&B sector.
  • Strong AutoCAD skills and excellent proficiency in software tools such as Photoshop, InDesign, PowerPoint, and SketchUp.
  • A deep understanding of FF&E sourcing and negotiation, ensuring the best possible price, terms, and value for clients.
  • In-depth comprehension of project timelines and maintaining up-to-date information for all parties involved.
  • Excellent communication and presentation abilities.
  • Exceptional conceptual abilities and proficiency in freehand drawing.
  • A record of developing distinctive concepts for bars, restaurants, and leisure establishments.
  • Highly organised and focused, capable of effectively managing both their own workload and the workload of the design team.
  • Comprehensive understanding of project processes, ranging from concept development to on-site implementation.
  • Familiarity with conducting ongoing research on furniture, products, finishes, and materials.
  • Working knowledge of Building Regulations, British Standards, and other relevant legislation. 

 

The role will be based at our client’s studio in London, with opportunities to work from home one day per week (usually on Fridays). The applicant must have the legal right to work in the UK.

48000
55000
Project Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£42,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Project Architect with a strong ‘design eye’ required for this leading studio.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

My client is leading architecture studio with a track record of building and maintaining long term relationships with the world’s leading companies. 

The practice is looking to recruit an experienced, creative project architect with a strong ‘design eye’ to work on projects with a focus on high quality/bespoke design. Project size is wide ranging from small mews properties and one-off apartments/penthouses to large apartment buildings and mixed use schemes £1m to £40m construction value.

The successful Project Architect will prepare and develop drawings, models, images and other documents relating to design and technical documentation, covering all RIBA stages.

Key requirements:

  • a minimum of three to four years’ practice experience working as an architect at all RIBA stages (especially stage 3 & 4)
  • strong design ability including experience of detail / technical design and delivery
  • excellent graphic skills and 3D design ability. Should be proficient in InDesign, Photoshop, SketchUp (or similar) and have appropriate rendering competencies
  • experience of AutoCAD and Revit is advantageous
  • excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • confident, approachable and a strong team player
  • comfortable and confident in both client facing and contractor facing roles
  • will most likely have worked in a small to medium sized practice specialising in residential or other high specification bespoke projects (e.g. hotel/heritage)

42000
45000
Practice Manager
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Established Architecture practice where you'll be supporting across admin, HR, and general office duties.

Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The practice is based in North West London offering big open plan working space for 20 plus talented Architects and Designers.  The owner has won Architect of the Year 2022 and the practice has been short listed for many awards.

The current Practice Manger is leaving to pursue other interests and the practice is now actively looking for experienced Practice Manager / Office Manager to take over from already existing procedures and take ownership of the day to day running of the studio.

The role oversees the below key main areas:
  • Running and managing day to day general office
  • Administration including PA duties to the owner
  • HR, including recruitment, on boarding and coordination of staff

    

Ideal candidate:
  • Will have background and knowledge of the Creative Sector (Architecture, Interiors, Graphic Design, D&B)
  • Minimum 5 years experience working as a Practice Manager / Studio Manager
  • Have excellent organisational skills as sometimes it gets crazy
  • Strong attention to detail and positive disposition    

 

This is a full time onsite position.

Salary guide for this is between £40-55K

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55000
Intermediate Interior Designer
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £47,000
Permanent

Fantastic opportunity with this top global design firm.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

The Company:

With hundreds of award-winning projects annually, our client is ranked as one of the top global design firms. 2,500 employees located in 24 offices around the world the global practice works on a variety of sectors is recognized as one of the industry’s preeminent sustainable design firms due to its innovative research, design tools, and expertise.

This opportunity comes with a range of enticing benefits, including the ability to work from home for two days a week, as well as an extensive list of other perks. Some of the benefits offered include life insurance, health insurance, income protection, travel insurance, continued professional development, wellness initiatives, visits and trips, specialist training, and a tech scheme, among others.

Summary of Role:

We are seeking an Intermediate workplace interior designer with large scale, high-end office buildings experience in London. Successful candidates should have a solid experience in a professional practice and should demonstrate experience in all stages of the design process from conception to completion. There is growth potential within the company for the right candidates.

Job Summary:

  • Attend client presentation meetings and other project meetings as appropriate
  • Act as client interface on projects.
  • Assist Senior ID in reviewing construction work on site as required.
  • Assist to ensure smooth hand over of project to client.
  • Regularly contribute to Design Reviews by way of gathering and presenting information.
  • Contribute in the preparation of tender presentation material.
  • Contribute to and assist in the development of tender proposals.
  • Contribute in developing design proposals for presentation to the client. This will include concept ideas, development of layouts, finishes, materials and furniture all to be approved by the Senior Interior Designer/Project Manager or Associate.
  • Collect client brief and prepare the project briefing documents.
  • Lead /assist with the presentation of proposals to client.
  • Prepare design and production information with pre-agreed programme and cost parameters.
  • Specify products and materials.
  • Specification of furniture desking systems and integration with IT.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • Revit experience (minimum 4 years) with Design focus abilities.
  • Working knowledge of Building regulations, British Standards and other relevant statutory legislation.
  • A degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture.
  • Excellent design and technical skills.
  • Understanding of financial aspects of running a design project on time and on budget is desirable.
  • Exhibits strong lead design capabilities.
  • Demonstrates experience in all stages of the design process from conception to completion.
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to motivate a team as well as act as a design mentor to junior staff members, within the team.
  • Good communication, client management and presentation skills and have experience in a similar role
  • Work well under pressure and meet deadlines efficiently.
  • Experience of fast-track projects from inception to completion.
  • Willingness to listen and learn from all members of the team.
  • Build good relationships at all levels, internally and externally.
  • Knowledge of and ability to undertake on-going research of furniture systems, products, finishes and materials.
40000
47000
Senior Landscape Architect
Lewes, E. Sussex
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Award-winning, planning, landscape & environmental consultancy.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are looking for a design-led Senior Landscape Architect to join a planning, landscape and environmental consultancy based in Lewes, East Sussex. This award winning team delivers first class projects of all scales through the planning and development process. In the increasingly high level of environmental and legislative demands they develop relevant, effective and innovative strategies and designs to meet and surpass these requirements.

Senior Landscape Architects at this practice undertake the full scope of landscape architecture duties on their projects and are involved from inception to completion. Supported and guided by senior colleagues and a partner, they work on design, planting, detailing, as well as supporting cost estimating, preparation of contract and tender documentation, tendering and administration of contracts and all works on site to completion. You will be working on a diverse range of projects in residential, high end residential, care and extra care, hotels and hospitality, commercial, sustainable projects

What makes you good at your job:

Essential Requirements:
  • ambition, talent, and a desire to develop into a strong and independent project lead, managing medium to large-sized landscape projects
  • accomplished design, hand sketching and graphic skills with the ability to communicate coherent and well-resolved ideas clearly
  • at least seven years’ post-graduate experience, with good experience in all stages of design
  • proficiency in all relevant software packages (Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Office 365). Competency in 3d modelling using Rhino would be preferable
  • able to undertake Task Team Manager level BIM responsibilities
  • excellent English language skills, both written and spoken
  • demonstrable experience of the day-to-day running of a small to medium project and managing a project team
  • confidence in liaising with clients, contractors and other professionals, and the ability to develop strong relationships with them
  • commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity in all working practices
  • a team player approach, willing to assist others, and to share and contribute to the learning outcomes of the whole practice
  • LVIA experience would be an advantage.

Why work here-:

Offering a collaborative, stimulating and inspiring working environment in small teams. They offer all staff hybrid working and a range of great benefits.

45000
50000
Senior Landscape Architect
Milton Keynes
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Award-winning, planning, landscape & environmental consultancy.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are looking for a design-led Senior Landscape Architect to join a planning, landscape and environmental consultancy based in Milton Keynes. This award winning team delivers first class projects of all scales through the planning and development process. In the increasingly high level of environmental and legislative demands they develop relevant, effective and innovative strategies and designs to meet and surpass these requirements.

Senior Landscape Architects at this practice undertake the full scope of landscape architecture duties on their projects and are involved from inception to completion. Supported and guided by senior colleagues and a partner, they work on design, planting, detailing, as well as supporting cost estimating, preparation of contract and tender documentation, tendering and administration of contracts and all works on site to completion. You will be working on a diverse range of projects in residential, high end residential, care and extra care, hotels and hospitality, commercial, sustainable projects

What makes you good at your job:

Essential Requirements:
  • ambition, talent, and a desire to develop into a strong and independent project lead, managing medium to large-sized landscape projects
  • accomplished design, hand sketching and graphic skills with the ability to communicate coherent and well-resolved ideas clearly
  • at least seven years’ post-graduate experience, with good experience in all stages of design
  • proficiency in all relevant software packages (Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Office 365). Competency in 3d modelling using Rhino would be preferable
  • able to undertake Task Team Manager level BIM responsibilities
  • excellent English language skills, both written and spoken
  • demonstrable experience of the day-to-day running of a small to medium project and managing a project team
  • confidence in liaising with clients, contractors and other professionals, and the ability to develop strong relationships with them
  • commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity in all working practices
  • a team player approach, willing to assist others, and to share and contribute to the learning outcomes of the whole practice
  • LVIA experience would be an advantage.

Why work here-:

Offering a collaborative, stimulating and inspiring working environment in small teams. They offer all staff hybrid working and a range of great benefits.

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Senior / Associate Landscape Architect
Brighton
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£45,000 - £55,000
Permanent

Award-winning Brighton based practice, with a portfolio spanning residential gardens to iconic, landmark schemes

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

This award-winning Brighton based practice works on a large range of sectors and projects from residential gardens to iconic, landmark schemes such as the roof gardens of Battersea Power Station. With clients all over the UK current projects include gardens in London, Surrey, Windsor, Devon and Cornwall and additionally international work spans the globe, with projects in Russia, Hong Kong, Rwanda, Europe and the Middle East.

We are looking for an Inspirational leader who is trustworthy, passionate, engaging, resilient, encouraging & motivating, exuding confidence and has a positive attitude.

What makes you good at your job:

Essential Requirements:
  • You will have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in landscape design documentation (RIBA stages 1,2,3 & 4) and landscape master planning
  • You have strong leadership and management skills
  • Experience with managing teams of landscape architects or technicians
  • You have worked on complex, multi-disciplinary schemes in the past
  • You have a great understanding of the constructability of complex landscapes
  • You have the ability to lead complex packages and international projects
  • You’re a multitasker with the ability to work well under pressure
  • You can demonstrate strong skills in design and technical design packages, cross-disciplinary coordination, team leadership skills and have a foundation in Revit.
  • Knowledge of working within a BIM environment
  • You would be required to have strong graphic and design skills with proficiency level skills using Revit, AutoCAD, Enscape, Sketch-Up, Adobe Suite, Cad Software, NBS and Microsoft Office

What the role includes:

  • To promote Landscape Design excellence and enable the practice to achieve its objective to lead the field in design.
  • Direct the delivery of the services within budgets, targets and timescales agreed with Line Managers and the Principal.
  • Lead, motivate and develop more junior members of the team.
  • To contribute to fee agreement with clients by setting out the scope of service to be delivered on each project.
  • Contribute to development programmes for project team members.
  • To be responsible for leading the landscape design process and for communicating and delivering of landscape design quality objectives for the project.
  • To provide design solutions to Landscape project work.
  • To assist in the preparation of graphical information for presentations, concept design and detail designs.
  • To provide support in preparing specification documents.
  • To assist and implement a broad range of landscape projects, liaising with clients and contractors, preparing contract documentation, appointment and supervision of contractors (including internal teams) and contract administration.
  • To liaise with clients and represent the company in meetings.
  • To work towards presenting landscape projects both verbally and graphically to potential clients from private, public sectors.
  • Responsibility for (C.D.M.) Construction Design and Management and Health & Safety legislation affecting project implementation on his/her projects and be able to take appropriate steps to implement its compliance.

Why work here_:

This is a team of 30 that really value relationships offering a very generous and comprehensive package of benefits including income protection, enhanced sick pay, life insurance, critical illness cover and private medical insurance.

They also take career development seriously and pay professional membership fees and assist with financial and educational support through the Pathway to Chartership.

And of course, they like to have fun, with regular events and parties including an annual overseas trip. Being based in central Brighton they have all its amenities from Bars to Beaches virtually on their doorstep. The countryside is just a stone’s throw away. They remain an office-based practice valuing the collaborative nature of face to face working and also offer hybrid working three days in the office / two days working from home) and offer flexible hours if applicable i.e to work with school run etc.

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Project Landscape Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Opportunity to join this leading practice which is at the forefront of landscape design.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are looking for a design-led Project Landscape Architect with demonstrable planting knowledge and at least three years’ post-graduate experience to join a friendly, hard-working, and collaborative team.

An award-winning leading landscape architecture practice which has received public acclaim for creating engaging and beautiful spaces around the world.

Project Landscape Architects at this practice undertake the full scope of landscape architecture duties on their projects and are involved from inception to completion. Supported and guided by senior colleagues and a partner, they work on design, planting, detailing, as well as supporting cost estimating, preparation of contract and tender documentation, tendering and administration of contracts and all works on site to completion. This role is also suitable for an Architect with experience in Landscape Architecture.

What makes you good at your job:

Essential Requirements:
  • ambition, talent, and a desire to develop into a strong and independent project lead, managing medium to large-sized landscape projects
  • accomplished design, hand sketching and graphic skills with the ability to communicate coherent and well-resolved ideas clearly
  • at least three years’ post-graduate experience, with good experience in all stages of design
  • good plant knowledge and experience in planting design
  • proficiency in all relevant software packages (Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Office 365). Competency in 3d modelling using Rhino would be preferable
  • able to undertake Task Team Manager level BIM responsibilities
  • excellent English language skills, both written and spoken
  • demonstrable experience of the day-to-day running of a small to medium project and managing a project team
  • confidence in liaising with clients, contractors and other professionals, and the ability to develop strong relationships with them
  • commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity in all working practices
  • a team player approach, willing to assist others, and to share and contribute to the learning outcomes of the whole practice

Why work here-:

Offering a collaborative, stimulating and inspiring working environment from the studio near Camden Town in London, with a regular CPD schedule throughout the year, design review sessions, and the opportunity to work on prestigious projects in the UK and worldwide, ensuring an extensive and diverse career experience. They offer all staff hybrid working and TOIL, a company pension, annual training allowances, financial support and study leave for advancing professional qualifications, a cycle scheme and tech scheme, and an active social calendar.

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Assistant Management Accountant
Winchester
,
South East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£26,000 - £30,000
Permanent

Excellent opportunity with an International Architecture Practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Management Accountant to join an International Architecture Practice in Winchester. The company boasts a friendly and professional team of over 200 employees, with 40 talented team members based in the Winchester office. As a member of this team, you'll benefit from the office's close-knit and supportive culture, while also having the chance to collaborate closely with senior colleagues.

What's more, this role offers exposure to the company's international network, giving you the opportunity to work and liaise with colleagues from offices across Europe and Latin America. This is an excellent chance to broaden your professional horizons and gain valuable experience in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.

The Role

You will be supporting the Financial Controller as well as working alongside the other members of the finance department. You will be responsible for a variety of tasks, including issuing monthly sales invoices and assisting in the production of timely and accurate management accounts for reporting to the board.

In addition, the company offer generous hybrid working where you can work up to 3 days per week from home.

Job Responsibilities

  • Assisting in the production of accurate monthly management accounts for both UK companies, and the Irish company.
  • Completion of key monthly balance sheet reconciliations across the three entities.
  • Posting of journals including accruals, prepayments & deferred income.
  • Assisting with the calculation and updating of group-wide staff grade rates and charge out rates.
  • Assist in the annual forecast and budget setting process.
  • Assisting with the external audit process, working with the Financial Controller to provide company auditors with the information required.
  • Assist in the production of cost reports to non-finance budget holders and shareholders.
  • Supplying cover to the rest of the finance department when necessary.
  • Month-end meeting with Financial Controller & CFO.    

Ideal candidate skills

  • Working towards AAT / ACCA / CIMA
  • Experience of assisting in the production of Management Accounts
  • Good Microsoft Excel skills – Minimum pivot table and look ups
  • Confident verbal and written communication skills
  • Good team working skills and a positive, pro-active attitude
  • Ability to plan, prioritise and organise own workload with established timescales      

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BIM Coordinator
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£38,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Are you a BIM Coordinator with a flair for design?

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

Are you a BIM Coordinator with a flair for design? Someone who likes being part of team and assisting others with BIM related issues?

 

This would suit someone who likes being in supportive role and taking on project specific requirements and general BIM activities.

 

This is a technical role, which as you know, will require upskilling and mentoring the current team, making sure everyone is performing and drawing to their best ability using Revit software.

 

Ideal requirements:

  • Revit and Vectorworks expertise (however, Vectorworks expertise not a must have)
  • Strong understanding with practical knowledge of Dynamo, Navisworks, CDE’s, Enscape
  • Possess previous working experience in a similar role, ideally within a Level 2 BIM-accredited practice
  • Degree in Architecture /ID or Architectural Technology preferred.
  • Good understanding of UK BIM standards
  • Advanced knowledge of Revit, content creation skills including adaptive and parametric components – so you can teach and show others
  • Experience working across various architectural and/or interior design projects at different RIBA stages within a BIM project environment.
  • Good communicator and listening skills
  • Trouble-shooter, methodical
  • Multi-tasking and problem solving
  • Enthusiastic and self-initiated
  • Be generally good person to have in the office

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