Architectural Technician Looking for a step up in terms of Practice and Projects

  • Location

    City of London

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  • Salary:

    £35,000 - £40,000

  • Contact:

    Matt Kirk

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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  • Consultant:

    Matt Kirk

Looking to the future, what do you see ahead of you in your current practice? Can they offer you the projects you always dreamed about? Can they offer you the progression you think you should be getting?

Ready for that step up in terms of practice and projects now that you're thinking about it?

If you worked for this practice, you would be part of an organisation spread across a small group of companies. You would be working for the crown jewel in that group, the company that is known for front end design, and in particular, changing the skylines around it. Groupwide their sister company do more commercial Architecture that includes Retail and more basic Commercial projects, this gives the employees certainty and safety in an uncertain economic climate, they're a safe bet because of it. 

Few would pretend they wouldn't be interested in working for a company where the projects are often contender's for Europe's tallest building or designing £500m projects in the UK. Often though it's just the Architects or Senior management that get all of the glory or get stuck into the project, here is YOUR chance to get stuck in.

Your first project will be a £40m commercial development. You'll be number 2 on the project as a whole and provide Technical leadership, the idea is that you'll probably be leading the next one. There are a few Architectural Technician's that end up leading big projects in the same way Architects often do, the Tech's that do often find their way into Senior Management, this is your opportunity to go down that path. 

You'd be forgiven for thinking that a move to this practice would give a massive boost to your career and change your CV for the better. 

The company uses Revit to a high level. You need a good grasp of the software and some knowledge of BIM. 

If you're ready for that step up, then they're a really open-minded bunch. Don't feel like you've quite done this scale of projects? Don't worry, not many have, this opportunity is still very much relevant to you. 

Make sure you get in touch today!