An opportunity for a Project Architect to join the Bristol studio of an international AJ100 design practice.
Are you looking for a practice who work on large-scale international projects? Are you looking to take the lead on a large project where you haven’t been able to previously? Or are you seeking an opportunity to relocate to Bristol from London or elsewhere?
Whatever may have inspired you to read this far, get in touch to find out more before it’s too late.
You will be an Architect, probably 3+ years post Part III and you’ll have a confidence in the full RIBA design process. You’ll have run projects before and you’ll have experience leading small teams and coordinating design team meetings. You’ll have a fluency working in Revit and understand how to communicate BIM principles to clients and contractors alike.
The practice are a design practice with a network of offices across the globe who all work collaboratively and share workload and expertise. Their portfolio spans residential, retail, commercial, transport and masterplanning and they have a team across the UK of almost 100 people.
You’ll be rewarded with a basic salary of up to £45,000 depending on prior experience along with a list of benefits. You’ll get the opportunity to work alongside a friendly, sociable and energetic team in Bristol in a contemporary, city-centre studio. Working from the office will be the norm when government restrictions allow so you must be in or able to get to Bristol.
Get in touch with Joe for more information. All communication will be received in confidence.
Joe is a Senior Consultant at mustard with a background in architecture and over 5 years experience. He works with private practice, multidisciplinary consultancies, developers and main contractors across Bristol and the South West including numerous AJ100 firms.
mustard are a specialist creative recruitment consultancy with offices in Bristol, London and Hong Kong. Established for almost 10 years, they have a market-leading reputation for quality service and delivery across architecture, interior design and the creative industries.