Architect – Kings Lynn, Norfolk
Salary: Commensurate with Experience + benefits
Our client is an award-winning architecture practice based in Kings Lynn, Norfolk with a reputation for quality, design excellence and customer service. They design bespoke spaces to live, work and play tailored to your dreams. As a CIAT Chartered Practice they are committed to ensuring high standards are maintained throughout the practice assuring their clients of quality, design excellence and service.
They are now on the lookout for a suitability qualified and experienced Architect join their team in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.
Roles and Responsibilities
• Project runner and design team coordinator
• Represent the Practice externally through client and consultant liaison
• Mentor for less experienced staff members
• Developing project and team leadership role within the Practice. Developing design approach and bringing experience to the realisation of design concepts. Key role in the development of design, proposals from inception to completion.
Essential post for the development of projects at all levels. Dependent upon project sizes, generally concentrating on a single larger project with others in development.
The primary day to day project running role with responsibility and reporting directly to Managing Director. The project architect will be expected to be aware of the company’s agreed scope of service and to work within these requirements. They should advise the team leader if at any point they believe additional services are being requested by the client.
Essential Skills and Experience:
• RIBA Part 1 – Degree in Architecture from an ARB/RIBA approved school – essential
• RIBA Part 2 – Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture from an ARB/RIBA approved school essential
• RIBA Part 3 – Post Graduate Diploma in Architectural Practice – essential
• Current registration with the ARB as an Architect – essential
• Current registration with the RIBA - desirable
- Salary Commensurate with Experience + benefits
- Continued professional development through recognised structure will be supported by the Practice.
- Architects must maintain their own CDP records as required by ARB.
- Self-directed courses, seminars, etc. will be supported by the Practice where the individual can demonstrate their relevance to the Practice.
- It is anticipated that Architects within the Practice will progress to Associate level.
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