Overview

Architect – 4-Day Working Week

A dynamic and forward-thinking architectural practice is looking to add an adept Architect to join their team operating in a largely work-from-home capacity.

Having recently moved away from a centralised office structure, this practice are also operating a 4-DAY WORKING WEEK that see employees have every Friday off as well as the weekend.

Sound good? Then read on….

Working mainly up to RIBA stage 3, this well-established firm deliver a large amount of work within the Residential sector; predominantly for Housing Associations but also for private clients, developers and contractors in Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. With a solid pipeline of work secured within this field, they now find themselves in the fantastic position to expand the team and the addition of an experienced Architect is central to these plans.

They have managed to create a working environment where staff morale is very high and productivity is up – much of this can be credited to the 4-day working structure they have set up. So, if you are a talented Architect who would be well-suited to a working-from-home role and can attend meetings in either the Cambridge or Luton offices then make sure you apply today to avoid missing out on this opportunity!

To be successful in this position, an Architect will need the following skills and characteristics:

ARB/RIBA Chartered Architect
5-6 years' UK experience – ideally within the New-Build Residential sector
Working knowledge of UK Building Regulations
Strong written & verbal communication skills
Proficiency with Revit design application.
Working knowledge of AutoCAD design application and Adobe Suite
Good solid stage 3 planning experience (from initial feasibility studies, outline planning, pre-applications, to preparing and submitting full planning applications, planning condition discharges and be familiar with Section 73 planning applications)

Responsibilities include preparing planning feasibility reports, design & access statements, preparing planning submissions, liaising with clients, planning officers etc.

Not only will the successful Architect be able to take advantage of the aforementioned working structure but you will also receive a highly competitive salary, likely to be in the region of £35-£45k, dependent on experience.

We are currently short-listing for this position and are keen to hear from interested individuals. If this position is attractive to you then make sure you call me today on (phone number removed) to avoid disappointment.

Alternatively, please forward your CV and portfolio through to Joey Waller at Conrad Consulting