Architectural Healthcare Technologist

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    £38,000 - £45,000 + Annual Bonus

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    Matt Kirk

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    7 months ago

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  • Consultant:

    Matt Kirk

If you're an Architectural Technician in the North West of England and you work on Healthcare projects, the chances are you work for one of four or five companies. You're probably comfortable, in fact everything could be perfect and you don't think you could possibly be in a better position. 

Your commute if you live outside the nearest big city centre couldn't be improved, your salary would go down if you left your current company and you'd lose the respect you've built for yourself in your current practice instantly. 

If that's the way you feel, if there's no way of doing it better then you're probably only here because you're curious. 

Ok, still reading? 

If you live in Lancashire, anywhere West of Manchester, North Cheshire, North Merseyside or even some parts of West Yorkshire, I can tell you now you can get a pay rise, work closer to home and do it in a company that is big enough to offer you the job you want, but small enough for you to feel noticed, valued and respected from day one. 

They aren't even an underdog this business, they are less well known than many big Manchester or Liverpool names because of their location, but there are no Architectural practices outside of the metropolitan centre's that could compete on project size or value. 

You won't be bored by the project, you will have a high level of responsibility with new opportunities internally on the horizon, you'll be paid better than you thought possible. 

You'll find a real nurturing atmosphere. A team ethos, and a lack of Senior Technical people to stand in the way of you becoming an Associate. 

Oh, and they use Revit to a high level and know what technology is and have fibre-optic broadband and all of that stuff too. 

Want to know who, what, where, when or how? Get in touch.