How do you want to spend the rest of your career as an Architect?
Designing endless loft conversions and household extensions?
I mean, it’s not a bad life, everyone loves a conservatory.
It does get a little samey though. Wouldn’t it be better to be part of a rapidly booming market, that’s only going to get busier, where every day is a bit different?
Something like Industrial.
Well, that’s exactly what’s on offer. Right in the heart of London Bridge is a boutique independent Architecture firm with an enviable portfolio of Commercial projects looking for a new Project Architect.
Specialising in Industrial and Logistics, they’ve got anything from workspaces and data centres, to retail parks and masterplans. And they’re only getting busier.
If you’ve got an ethos of putting quality before anything else, and an eye-for-detail, this is the place for you. As a firm, creating detailed and intricate designs, with a fine eye for quality, is at the forefront of what they do.
Industrial has never been sexier.
And with an incredible pipeline of work already in place and growing by the day, you’ll be perfectly placed to take advantage of this buzzing market.
So, if you’re a Project Architect, with a few years of experience under your belt, this is not one to pass up on.
This is an excellent opportunity to develop your client-facing and team leading experience, as well as allowing you to be self-sufficient without management breathing down your neck.
The projects coming in are topical, high profile and will take your portfolio to another level. With clients being some of the most prominent names in sustainable data centre development, you’re on to a winner.
You’ll be given any junior support required to help you on your projects, so you’ll need to manage internal teams as well as liaise with external consultants and clients.
This might be a role with an Industrial slant, but you don’t need to have years of Industrial specific experience. Anyone with a little Commercial in their background can throw their hat in the ring.
Please do get in touch to find out more.