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Architectural Technologist - Technical Lead

  • Location

    Manchester

  • Sector:

    Architecture

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £37,000 - £42,000

  • Contact:

    Matt Kirk

  • Contact email:

    Matt@aspirantcareers.com

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-01-18

  • Consultant:

    Matt Kirk

When you start out as an AT you probably dream of big fancy projects, big open plan offices full of geeks and creatives and fancy, cutting edge technology. After a few years when those big thoughts have dissipated, you probably start to dream of responsibility and respect and above all security (even subconsciously). If you get those things they can be at the detriment to those fancy projects, the posh practice and brilliant technology. 

Why compromise when you don't necessarily have to? 

You can be a grown-up, you can gain respect and become trusted almost instantly in a new job. You can work on skyscrapers, award-winning statement projects and in doing so learn about and implement VR in an environment where they take BIM very seriously. 

The problem they have is this; they're admittedly full of fancy, head in the cloud Architects in Manchester. They have nothing against Techs, but they don't have a Technical leader. They don't have someone who's work doesn't need checking, who can run a project and be trusted to do so or who can give honest opinion and advice on design from a place of experience and knowledge. 

The money is decent yes. The projects will challenge you and keep you interested day to day. You'll enjoy the banter and feel to the place. Perhaps more importantly, you'll enjoy the respect of being one of the lead technical people in the business. They're all adults here, and you're treated like one. You'll enjoy the confidence and support of management, they hope you'll feel listened to and will feel like this is the kind of place you can push on at, get promoted, get big bonuses and feel involved in throughout your time there. 

It's not an easy job, but that's not what you actually want is it?

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