Lamonby recruitment have an exciting new position for an experienced Residential Architect to join our client, an Architectural practice in Wolverhampton who undertake projects within Residential Urban planning and Extra Care.
My client is seeking an experience Architect to manage projects in residential either solely capacity or in team when required.
Starting salary is between £40,000 to £50,000 depending on experience. Residential projects vary in size from alterations, new build housing developments, property development and Extra Care.
This is an office-based role but will require site visits to provide construction and technical support.
- Required to deal with all RIBA work stages in taking briefs and drafting proposals at initial stages of planning and to draft drawings and lodge planning applications.
- Dealing with planners and planning issues
- Draft building regulations, tender and construction drawings to comprise plans sections and elevations with construction details and full coordination of Architects’ drawings with the M&E, Structural and other consultants’ drawings
- This is a client facing role - excellent presentation and communication skills are essential
- To oversee other technical staff and mentor as required.
- Contract Administration / job-running
- Undertake client appointments and site visits
- Thinking creatively to contribute/produce new ideas for projects alongside the team
- Work and assist on multiple projects at one time.
Role Requirements and Qualifications
- Qualified Architect
- 3+ years’ experience within residential
- Job running / Project Management experience
- Knowledge and understanding of current UK planning policies and Building Regulations, materials and construction techniques
- Salary £40,000- £50,000
- Other benefits upon request
If you feel you have the skills required and would like to gather further information about this role and other opportunities available across the UK, then please contact Matt direct on 02394 216800.
Permanent, Full Time
- Industry Sector Construction