An opportunity has become available for a dynamic Part II Architectural Assistant to join a leading East London studio.
The company has developed a reputation for producing cutting-edge designs across a range of sectors. Well known for nurturing talent, it is offering excellent career progression.
As a Part II assistant, you will gain invaluable experience from day one. With involvement in the construction stage from the outset, you’ll receive the support to qualify quickly and develop your technical skills in a supportive environment.
It’s a social office, with a relaxed, professional atmosphere and a friendly team. Sporting events, wine tasting, and the odd office party make up the social calendar, and my client is always looking for new ideas that will make the studio an even better place to work.
You’ll need to be a qualified Part II architectural assistant, with a high-quality portfolio of work. Keen to develop your technical knowledge and take responsibility for projects with the right support, you will have the drive necessary to deliver beyond the expectations of the practice’s clients.
How to apply
If you feel you have the skills necessary, please send your CV today. You can also call Lisa to discuss other opportunities in architecture. For more Part II architectural assistant jobs in London, get in touch with Kingsley.
Please contact Lisa Clifton on 0203 817 7030 to discuss this position in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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