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Part 2 Architectural Assistant
We are looking to hire a newly qualified Part 2 or Part 2 with experience to join our ambitious, fun and innovative practice.
We have a number of upcoming projects which require a highly motivated and talented person with plenty of space to learn and grow. We are happy to provide guidance and training where required and can offer flexible hours/part time to someone who is happy to work in our Ancoats studio.
Successful candidates will get the chance to work across a broad range of projects, and will be expected to complete design and technical packages across the RIBA stages 0-6 and, if so experienced, run jobs. They must be passionate about community-led design, love small projects and the opportunities for experimentation that they offer, be committed to sustainable architecture and must have basic experience of Revit in a project-based setting. A knowledge of basic details, with strong written and verbal English language skills is required.
Above all, we are seeking someone who is confident, eager to learn and proactive who, in time, can grow into a leadership role on projects. We are happy to offer guidance and training where required.
Project-based Revit experience
Curiosity and strong design sensibility
Excellent presentation skills
Knowledge of basic details
Hand drawing communication skills
Fluent in written and spoken English
Eager to learn and proactive
All job applications will be considered on their individual merit, your salary is based on your ability, skill set and experience in the industry.
Please send a CV, Portfolio, and Values Statement along with your salary expectation to firstname.lastname@example.org
At AU we love what we do, value a good work-life balance and want to put the community first when it comes to our lives and our work.
We are a young practice and aim to cultivate an exciting but informal studio atmosphere. Shirt and tie, not required. We think discussion, collaboration and shared values leads to good architecture that benefits the communities and the wider world.
Join us and contribute to socially valuable human-centred architecture across the North West. Work on a range of projects varying from domestic residential, community buildings, garden structures, co-creation design engagement as well as larger scale commercial projects and everything innovative in between.
If you're interested, drop us an email and come have a coffee and a chat.