From urban infill to rural masterplans; community hubs to complex mixed-use regeneration projects – we need independent thinkers and team players who are capable, inquisitive and collaborative. We have a range of new and ongoing projects in the studio, covering every project stage, which require people with varied skills and experience.

If you’re a Part II Architectural Assistant or a Project Architect with 3 – 5 years’ UK experience and you fancy a change of scene, then please get in touch. We are also looking for a talented and enthusiastic Part I Architectural Assistant who is looking for a placement for a minimum of two years.

Experience of Revit will be an advantage, as will a good working knowledge of the Adobe suite. But neither of these is as important as enthusiasm, tenacity, and compassion.

RCKa is a member of the London Practice Forum and adheres to the LPF Principles & Ethical Charter. We are an equal opportunities employer, and we operate a blind recruitment process. We have twice won the Architect of the Year Social Value Award.

We also have in place an Employee Value Proposition which sets out the obligations we place on ourselves as an exemplary employer, a transparent progression plan, internal mentoring support, and a range of employee benefits.


RCKa has a transparent pay scale for all grades and is a London Living Wage employer.

The starting salary for a graduate Part 1 Architectural Assistants is £25,500 per annum. Part 2 Architectural Assistants can expect to be paid between £30,750 and £34,500 depending on their experience. Project Architects earn between £39,000 and £46,500.

How to apply 

Please send a copy of your CV and brief portfolio to Emails should be less than 5Mb in size. ZIP, RAR files, and links to Dropbox, etc. will not be assessed. 

Alternatively, please send a hard copy of the above documents to: 

RCKa architects 
16-24 Underwood Street 
London N1 7JQ 

Unfortunately, we are unable to return hard copies of applications unless a stamped addressed envelope is included. 

No agencies, please!