About the opportunity
An award-winning practice with an exciting array of current and future projects now has an opportunity for a Senior Architectural Technologist to join their Manchester office.
In this position, the Senior Architectural Technologist will help run projects, liaising with planning & construction teams and working on the preparation of drawing packages.
The right person will have a very strong technical background working on residential or commercial projects. You will be comfortable working at a fast pace and will also have excellent communication skills and a high attention to detail. Experience with REVIT is essential and the use of other software packages such as AUTOCAD would be highly advantageous.
With a wide range of projects across the residential and commercial sectors this is an excellent opportunity for a Senior Architectural Technologist to take the next step in their career whilst working in an established practice with a reputation for staff development and quality design.
What you will receive in return is a great salary attached to this role, the company generally pay above industry standards to attract and retain the right staff. They also offer a strong package with generous holiday, bonus scheme, pension etc
Please contact Paul Carlin on 0151 242 1630 to discuss this position in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
Kingsley is a specialist recruitment consultancy. Its architecture, property, legal, and engineering divisions have a diverse client base, and we enjoy what we do and we want others to relish working with us. We believe that our clients and candidates need recruitment consultants that they can work with and trust. We collaborate with firms across the UK, so if you are looking for your next move, contact us today.
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