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Part II Architectural Assistant
We are seeking a talented and enthusiastic part II architectural assistant to join our London-based design studio. We are working on numerous residential-led schemes for some great clients who value and promote high quality design.
As a friendly and welcoming studio we offer in studio training and the potential for a high level of project experience and responsibility for the right person.
The applicant should:
- Have excellent design and presentation skills,
- Have an interest in housing,
- Have excellent written and verbal communication skills,
- Be enthusiastic and motivated,
- Be confident working both independently and as part of a team,
- Have an excellent working knowledge of Revit.
We are part of the London Practice Forum, a collective of London architectural practices which care about the city, its people and its built environment.
We are London Living Wage accredited and an equal opportunities employer. We are keen that our practice reflects the diversity of communities we design for, and welcome and encourage applications from under-represented groups.
Salary to be agreed depending on experience.
Regrettably due to the expected volume of replies to our vacancies, we can only contact shortlisted applicants.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Friday 3rd February
How to apply
Please send a CV and examples of your work, by email to email@example.com.
Please ensure the attachments are no more than 8MB, in PDF format.
Studio Admin Assistant
We are seeking a studio administrator to join our team.
You will be working closely with the practice leadership team in a role which will include aspects of studio management, operations, and broader support to the whole team in delivering their day to day activates.
- Day to day duties include:
Maintaining up to date office systems and policies
Issuing communications, including on social media
Greeting guests and visitors to the office
Managing incoming phone calls, emails and post
Maintaining supplies (stationery, snacks etc)
Assist in arranging studio outings and occasional events
What we’re looking for
We are open to meeting candidates form a range of backgrounds. Training is provided and so no direct experience is needed in a similar role. Skills must be demonstrated in:
- Excellent verbal and written communication
Computer capabilities in Microsoft Office
Ability to work on your own initiative
Graphical abilities are a plus
Hours & salary
Part time, approximately 20 hours per week. Studio attendance is essential to fulfil the role.
Salary from £21,600 full time equivalent, depending on experience.
We are an equal opportunities employer.
How to apply:
Please send a CV by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please ensure the attachments are no more than 3MB, in PDF format.