Gort Scott: Revit Architect

Highly proficient Revit/BIM person needed, preferably with Part 3 qualification at Gort Scott

Gort Scott is looking for a highly proficient Revit/BIM person who has preferably passed their Part 3 qualification to become an Architect. Ideally you would be able to start immediately. Housing experience an advantage, although not essential.

We are an architecture and urban design practice with a focus on how buildings and places create the setting for connections between people. We are attuned to working and thinking at different scales, from one-off houses to planning pieces of city and in both the public and private sectors. We are inspired by the contexts in which we work and develop propositions that resonate with them.

We recognise the link between equality and quality, both in our practice and in the projects that we design. At our self-built Bermondsey studio, we have grown to an international community of over 30 members within a gender-diverse team. We are members of the London Practice Forum and Londonon, collectives for collaboration, research and knowledge-exchange. We are co-founders of RE-SET-GO a paid workplace experience and mentoring programme established with the mission of diversifying architecture practices.

We are committed to working urgently to make the massive changes needed to end the built environment’s contribution to the climate and ecological emergency. This is integral to our wider purpose to create healthy environments for better connections between people, now and for the future.

For more details and to submit your CV, please email joinus@gortscott.com or visit https://gortscott.com/vacancies.

No CVs over 5MB

Application deadline: 5th August 2022

Gort Scott is an equal opportunities employer and particularly encourages applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, disabled and women candidates as these groups are underrepresented throughout the architecture profession. We take a holistic approach to health and wellbeing offering a range of benefits.

We Made That: Head of People, Head of Bidding and New Business, Practice Administrator

We Made That is at a pivotal point in our evolution and expect our team to grow in the coming year as we expand our impact and influence, alongside cementing our focus as a B Corporation.

We’re therefore seeking a freshly recalibrated support team, including a new Head of People, Head of Bidding and New Business, as well as a Practice Administrator all capable of working alongside the practice partners and senior management team.

These exciting roles are based in Bermondsey, London, but with added hybrid working options and flexible working hours policy in addition to a wide range of benefits.

Head of People

Are you a people-centred HR professional with experience of growing high performing teams?

We are seeking a dynamic, experienced culture champion to develop a people strategy and implement its successful delivery within our highly motivated team of architects, urban designers, researchers and wider support staff.

The ideal candidate for the new Head of People position will lead the development and implementation of a new people strategy that supports the practice in achieving its vision, mission and impact goals. You will support the professional development and wellbeing of the whole team and work with us to develop a well-defined, people-focused company culture.

Salary guide: £40,750 – £48,000 per annum (plus company benefits)

Read the full job description and apply now

Head of Bidding and New Business

Are you a bid manager with expertise in public sector procurement that wants to secure work and deliver public good?

We are seeking a knowledgeable and ambitious bid manager and new business coordinator with previous experience in similar roles in the UK to help us grow the practice. We are looking for a proactive, organised, flexible, hands-on individual with a can-do attitude to undertake tasks related to new business and to coordinate bids and submissions.

The ideal candidate will be capable of working closely with the practice leadership to support the acquisition of new projects, prioritise opportunities and coordinate successful bid submissions from start to finish for public sector contracts.

Salary guide: £40k+ per annum/ Negotiable dependent on experience (plus company benefits).

Read the full job description and apply now

Practice Administrator

Are you a motivated and energetic administrator with an interest in architecture and design?

We are seeking an experienced and career-minded Practice Administrator for our growing team. You should be resourceful and committed with an attention to detail, tenacity and thoroughness in administration and support. Prior professional experience in the built environment, architecture and design sectors is a desirable advantage.

The ideal candidate will be capable of working closely with the practice. The role is incredibly varied, so adaptability and flexibility will be required to meet the wide spectrum of requirements, which span hands-on practical tasks to ensure the smooth running of the office, through to financial administration, office management and broader support.

Salary guide: £28,000 – £35,000 per annum (plus company benefits)

Read the full job description and apply now

Benefits

On top of a competitive salary, we offer staff a wide range of benefits: hybrid working options, flexible working hours policy, pension and enhanced parental leave provision, profit share, paid professional memberships, training opportunities, cycle-to-work scheme, and an interest-free TfL season ticket loan. Our growing internal wellbeing and activities programme includes social events and field trips, as well as wider support.

Equal opportunities

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and would ideally be available to start in July 2022. We Made That is London Living Wage accredited, an equal opportunities employer and supporter of the Mayor’s Fund for London Diversity Pledge.

How to apply

Please send a digital copy of your CV to jobs@wemadethat.co.uk (max 10MB) along with a covering letter outlining how you meet the criteria. Mark the subject line with the job title.

Pay will be commensurate with experience and we would request that you set out your pay expectations in the covering letter.

Deadline

Deadline for applications is 30.06.2022. Early applications are encouraged.

ZCD: Architects, Part 1 and Part 2 Architectural Assistants

ZCD Architects is looking for a qualified architect and part 1 and part 2 architectural assistants.

ZCD is an award winning design and engagement practice based in East London. We work at a variety of scales ranging from urban design and master planning, mixed used medium sized developments to smaller scale refurbishments and research projects.

We are looking for highly motivated individuals, driven by social awareness and excellent design who are rigorous, organised and good team workers.  We are looking forward to reading your application!

Qualified Architect

This is an excellent apportunity to work on a variety projects at RIBA stages 0-7.

A sound knowledge of current architectural discourse and UK practice, construction and job running experience, design led technical skills as well as proficiency in English are essential. Working knowledge of Vectorworks and BIM are advantageous but not essential.

We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Salary range: £37,000 – £48,000 depending on the level of experience. 2 years minimum post part 3.

The position is for a permanent fulltime studio-based contract with some flexible working opportunities.

We are currently trialling a 9 day fortnight on full pay.

To apply please email the following information to jobs@zcdarchitects.co.uk

  • A cover statement to tell us a little bit about yourself, your experience and your reasons for wanting to work with us (max 500 words)
  • Your preferred start date
  • Your CV
  • Samples of your work : 10 pages maximum including evidence of your design skills and construction experience

Deadline for applications is 5pm on 31st May

Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Applicants will be working on several  projects and gain broad experience.

A sound knowledge of current architectural discourse is desirable and proficiency in English is essential.

Excellent drawing and good model making and/ or 3D drawing skills needed. Good working knowledge of Vectorworks, Sketchup and the Adobe Suite as well as construction experience are advantageous but not essential.

We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply. 

Salary range £27,000 – £35,000 depending on level of experience.

To apply please email the following information to jobs@zcdarchitects.co.uk

  • A cover statement to tell us a little bit about yourself and your reasons for wanting to work with us (max 500 words)
  • Your preferred start date
  • Your CV

Samples of your work : 8 pages maximum including your own work and design skills and practice work experience.

Deadline for applications is 5pm on 31 May

Part 1 Architectural Assistant

Applicants will be able to work on several projects and gain broad experience. A sound knowledge of current architectural discourse is desirable and proficiency in English is essential.

Excellent drawing and good model making and/or 3D drawing skills needed. Applications from students in their second year out or with other work experience are encouraged. Working knowledge of Vectorworks, Sketchup and Adobe Suite is advantageous but not essential.

We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Salary range £23,000 to £25,000 depending on level of experience.

To apply email the following information to jobs@zcdarchitects.co.uk:

  • A cover statement telling us a little bit about yourself and your reasons for wanting to work with us (max 500 words)
  • Your preferred start date
  • Your CV
  • Samples of your work: 6 pages maximum

Deadlines for applications is 5pm on 31 May

Gort Scott: Architects & Part 2 Architectural Assistants

Gort Scott has a number of opportunities both full time and fixed term for qualified Architects and Part 2 Architectural Assistants. Ideally you would be able to start immediately. Housing experience would be an advantage, but not essential.

We are an architecture and urban design practice with a focus on how buildings and places create the setting for connections between people. We are attuned to working and thinking at different scales, from one-off houses to planning pieces of city and in both the public and private sectors. We are inspired by the contexts in which we work and develop propositions that resonate with them.

We recognise the link between equality and quality, both in our practice and in the projects that we design. At our self-built Bermondsey studio, we have grown to an international community of over 30 members within a gender-diverse team. We are members of the London Practice Forum and Londonon, collectives for collaboration, research and knowledge-exchange. We are co-founders of RE-SET-GO a paid workplace experience and mentoring programme established with the mission of diversifying architecture practices.

We are committed to working urgently to make the massive changes needed to end the built environment’s contribution to the climate and ecological emergency. This is integral to our wider purpose to create healthy environments for better connections between people, now and for the future.

For more details and to submit your CV, please email joinus@gortscott.com or visit https://gortscott.com/vacancies.

No CVs over 5MB.

Application deadline: Monday 6th June

Gort Scott is an equal opportunities employer and particularly encourages applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, disabled and women candidates as these groups are underrepresented throughout the architecture profession. We take a holistic approach to health and wellbeing offering a range of benefits.

RCKa: Graphic Designer

RCKa architects has an exciting opportunity for a graduate graphic designer with a minimum of one year post graduate mixed media and graphics experience.

We are looking for the right person to join our team to help build RCKa’s brand and identity in our friendly central London studio. You’ll be working on a range of visual material including documents and publications, presentations and competition submissions. Extensive knowledge of typography, Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop is a must. A good understanding of WordPress would also be useful.

Ours is a friendly studio which specialises in community engagement and collaboration. Candidates will need to demonstrate evidence of their design process, and should be comfortable in articulating their ideas and sharing them with others.

This is a full time, permanent position.

Role

  • Design templates for all office documents, brochures, presentations and publications
  • Produce reports, brochures, presentations and publications
  • Produce graphics for articles to be issued on social media including Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn
  • Design and manage production of quarterly newsletter and other digital marketing campaigns
  • Design and manage production of hard copy marketing materials
  • Design and manage engagement microsites in WordPress
  • Prepare diagrams, illustrations and infographics to support bid documents, public consultation presentations and project reports
  • Develop bespoke branding and wayfinding signage for buildings
  • Other ad-hoc design requirements such as invitations and Christmas cards and photo editing

Skills and qualifications

  • A relevant degree or other higher education qualification
  • Conscientious and creative with an exceptional eye for detail
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills
  • Self motivated and able to take the initiative in developing new graphics
  • Reliable and dependable
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite

How to Apply

Please send a brief CV and portfolio in PDF format only to jobs@rcka.co.uk with the subject line “Graphic Designer”.

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.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

RCKa is an equal opportunities employer.

Stitch: Architect & Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Architect

Stitch is looking for a full-time architect to join our team in London.

Stitch is a studio of architects, masterplanners and urban designers. We believe thriving neighbourhoods are sewn together, not thrown together. From neighbourhood masterplanning and regeneration, to the architecture of new homes, we work with communities, local councils, developers and housing associations.

We are building our team for exciting new projects coming forward in 2022, and are looking for a full-time recently qualified architect, preferably with experience working on housing projects in London. Proficiency in Revit and/or Vectorworks will be an advantage.

Our small team tackles large and complex projects through a dialogue-led approach, efficient working patterns and hands on training and support for every member of the team. We believe in joined up design, setting out to create delightful neighbourhoods where user experience comes first- if this resonates, Stitch could be the place for you!

Stitch is an accredited London Living Wage and equal opportunities employer. We value work – life balance and are proud that overtime working at Stitch is very unusual.  We are keen to receive applications from a diverse range of candidates and actively encourage applications from under-represented groups.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to travel to our London office. We are happy to offer flexible working arrangements, with some dedicated days where everyone is in the studio, covid restrictions allowing.

To apply please submit a covering letter, CV and digital portfolio with examples of professional work to office@stitcharchitects.co.uk (max 5MB) with the subject line ‘Architect’.

Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Stitch is looking for a Part 2 architectural assistant to join our team in London.

Stitch is a studio of architects, masterplanners and urban designers. We believe thriving neighbourhoods are sewn together, not thrown together. From neighbourhood masterplanning and regeneration, to the architecture of new homes, we work with communities, local councils, developers and housing associations.

We are building our team for exciting new projects coming forward in 2022, and are looking for a full-time Part 2 architectural assistant, preferably with experience working on housing projects in London. Proficiency in Revit and/or Vectorworks will be an advantage.

Our small team tackles large and complex projects through a dialogue-led approach, efficient working patterns and hands on training and support for every member of the team. We believe in joined up design, setting out to create delightful neighbourhoods where user experience comes first- if this resonates, Stitch could be the place for you!

Stitch is an accredited London Living Wage and equal opportunities employer. We value work – life balance and are proud that overtime working at Stitch is very unusual.  We are keen to receive applications from a diverse range of candidates and actively encourage applications from under-represented groups.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to travel to our London office. We are happy to offer flexible working arrangements, with some dedicated days where everyone is in the studio, covid restrictions allowing.

To apply please submit a covering letter, CV and digital portfolio with examples of professional work to office@stitcharchitects.co.uk (max 5MB) with the subject line ‘Part 2 architectural assistant’.

Pitman Tozer: Studio Manager

Pitman Tozer Architects is an architectural practice based near Bond Street, working on residential-led schemes for some great clients who value and promote quality design. We are seeking a pro-active and enthusiastic Studio Manager to join our studio and take a leading role in the day to day running of the office. The successful candidate will be a good communicator with a friendly, approachable personality, exceptional organisation skills, an eye for detail and a positive multi-tasking attitude.

The role will be varied with the successful candidate carrying out tasks including (but not limited to):

Studio Manager

  • Front of House duties (answering the phone, welcoming guests, providing refreshments, taking deliveries and post)
  • Studio supplies and equipment
  • Library and archive content including digital photo library
  • Manage contacts database
  • Diary management

Document control

  • Responsible for issued drawings, incoming drawings, drawing registers and sub-contractors and contractors’ spreadsheets
  • Manage database of key project details

Marketing

  • Website
  • Office events
  • Managing social media presence
  • Open Asset images database management

The role will initially be part time, with the desire for the successful candidate to work Monday – Friday on a 5 hour working day, a total of 25 hours a week or 66% FTE. We will consider a full time role for the right candidate.

We offer the opportunity for you to develop in a sociable, design driven practice. Pitman Tozer Architects is a great place to work, we offer benefits including homeworking, pension contributions and annual office trip.

We are an equal opportunities employer

How to apply

Please send a CV by email to cv@pitmantozer.com.
Please ensure the attachments are no more than 3MB, in PDF format.

RCKa: Architect, Architectural Technician and Part II Architectural Assistant

RCKa has a range of exciting and innovative projects on the drawing board and we need talented, capable and enthusiastic staff to join our team to help deliver them. We have three positions available, as set out below.

RCKa is a member of the London Practice Forum and adheres to the LPF Principles & Etchical Charter. We are an equal opportunities employer.

Applicants are encouraged to refer to RCKa’s Employee Value Proposition, which can be found here. Salaries commensurate with experience, plus benefits.

If you’re interested in one of these roles, please email us at jobs@rcka.co.uk with a brief covering email and CV/portfolio no more than 5MB in size.

No agencies, please.

Architectural Technician

Fixed term contract (with possibility to extend) start ASAP to end August. Immediate start.

Key responsibilities:

  • Produce Revit drawing / model info as relevant to the RIBA stage of the project
  • Undertake daily model maintenance
  • Weekly handling of incoming and outgoing models between architects and project team for coordination and clash detection. Includes preparation and issuing of architectural models
  • Handling of CAD information generated internally or by external sources to link into Revit – DWG and 3DM
  • Modelling and drawing production in Revit to help the team meet deadlines in a time-efficient manner

Skills/knowledge required:

  • Revit: minimum of three years’ experience. Must demonstrate the ability to build high quality content and working knowledge of how standards and processes impact team performance
  • AutoCAD: basic level of competency essential. Sufficient knowledge required to support cleaning and linking of information with Revit
  • Sketchup: basic level of competency essential to translate models into Revit
  • Design coordination: experience with automated clash detection
  • Knowledge of UK building regulations and construction detailing
  • A degree in architectural technology or a related subject
  • Experience working on different RIBA work stages from concept to completion
  • Experience using the Autodesk cloud (A360 / Autodesk Drive) for coordination with consultants.

Architect

RCKa is looking for an architect with a minimum of 2 years post Part III UK experience. You will initially deputise on a project team, delivering a specialist residential project through stage 2a to 4a.

A track record of leading projects / packages of work through all project stages, from inception to completion, is essential. Knowledge of Autodesk Revit, and the Adobe Creative Suite is also required.

Immediate start.

Part II Architectural Assistant

We are looking for the right person to join our friendly and collaborative studio to help deliver a wide range of innovative residential and community schemes. You will be part of a project team, delivering a specialist residential project through stage 2a to 4a. Experience on residential projects is desirable and knowledge of Autodesk Revit, AutoCad, and the Adobe Creative Suite would be a significant advantage.

Immediate start.

We Made That: Architect, Senior Architectural Assistant, Architectural Assistant

Architect (+3 years post Part III)

We Made That is looking for an experienced architect with knowledge of progressive regeneration to join our growing team in our London or Manchester office. We Made That is delivering an increasing number of large masterplanning projects and influential spatial strategies with stages moving towards delivery and seek a candidate capable of leading projects and progressing within the practice. This new team member should be fluent at operating at a senior level and have a desire to work alongside the practice partners and senior management team. You will be driven by wanting to help create equitable places through impactful projects.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for devising – and implementing – strategy and delivery projects at a range of scales across the UK. In doing so the ideal candidate will be responsible for leading small project teams and supporting the practice’s approach and values.

Deadline for application is 31.01.2022

Job description here

Senior Architectural Assistant (Part II)

We Made That are looking for a skilled Part II architectural assistant to join our practice. The ideal candidate would have a desire to work on urban-scale and town centre strategies, participative co-design projects and early stages of architectural and public realm project development. You will be driven by wanting to help create equitable places through incisive research and impactful projects.

Deadline for application is 31.01.2022

Job description here

Architectural Assistant (Part I)

We Made That are looking for a skilled Part I architectural assistant to join our practice. The ideal candidate would have a desire to work on urban-scale projects and be comfortable working across a range of sectors.

Deadline for application is 31.01.2022

Job description here

Stitch: Architect and Part II Architectural Assistant

Architect

Stitch is looking for a full-time architect to join our team in London.

Start Date: February 2021

Stitch is a studio of architects, masterplanners and urban designers. We believe thriving neighbourhoods are sewn together, not thrown together. From neighbourhood masterplanning and regeneration, to the architecture of new homes, we work with communities, local councils, developers and housing associations.

We are building our team for exciting new projects coming forward in 2022, and are looking for a full-time recently qualified architect, preferably with experience working on housing projects in London. Proficiency in Revit and/or Vectorworks will be an advantage.

Our small team tackles large and complex projects through a dialogue-led approach, efficient working patterns and hands on training and support for every member of the team. We believe in joined up design, setting out to create delightful neighbourhoods where user experience comes first- if this resonates, Stitch could be the place for you!

Stitch is an accredited London Living Wage and equal opportunities employer. We value work – life balance and are proud that overtime working at Stitch is very unusual.  We are keen to receive applications from a diverse range of candidates and actively encourage applications from under-represented groups.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to travel to our London office. We are happy to offer flexible working arrangements, with some dedicated days where everyone is in the studio, covid restrictions allowing.

To apply please submit a covering letter, CV and digital portfolio with examples of professional work to office@stitcharchitects.co.uk (max 5MB) with the subject line ‘Architect’. Interviews will be held in January 2022.

Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Stitch is looking for a Part 2 architectural assistant to join our team in London.

Start Date: February 2021

Stitch is a studio of architects, masterplanners and urban designers. We believe thriving neighbourhoods are sewn together, not thrown together. From neighbourhood masterplanning and regeneration, to the architecture of new homes, we work with communities, local councils, developers and housing associations.

We are building our team for exciting new projects coming forward in 2022, and are looking for a full-time Part 2 architectural assistant, preferably with experience working on housing projects in London. Proficiency in Revit and/or Vectorworks will be an advantage.

Our small team tackles large and complex projects through a dialogue-led approach, efficient working patterns and hands on training and support for every member of the team. We believe in joined up design, setting out to create delightful neighbourhoods where user experience comes first- if this resonates, Stitch could be the place for you!

Stitch is an accredited London Living Wage and equal opportunities employer. We value work – life balance and are proud that overtime working at Stitch is very unusual.  We are keen to receive applications from a diverse range of candidates and actively encourage applications from under-represented groups.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to travel to our London office. We are happy to offer flexible working arrangements, with some dedicated days where everyone is in the studio, covid restrictions allowing.

To apply please submit a covering letter, CV and digital portfolio with examples of professional work to office@stitcharchitects.co.uk (max 5MB) with the subject line ‘Part 2 architectural assistant’. Interviews will be held in January 2022.