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Junior Architectural Technologist

  • Kingsley
  • Up to £25,000
Company: Kingsley
Salary: £22 - £25K + fabulous benefits
Location: Manchester
Web: www.kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk
Contact Name: Beth Ritchie
Email: beth@kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk
Telephone: 0161 393 9889
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

REF: BR17414

This is a great opportunity for a Junior Architectural Technologist to join an in-house design team. Why is it great ? They are a growing business, experienced design team, responsibility, fabulous working environment, involvement in decision making processes !

You will support New Build development schemes and Refurbishment / Change of Use projects, working across multiple projects at any give time.  Projects have a fast turnaround so there is always something new to be working on.

About the company

A Developer who specialises in the design and build of bespoke residential properties – individual and small to medium developments, tailored designs to match individual clients requirements and expectations.

About the role

In this role you will support the Principal Architect, working alongside a Senior Technologist and providing support to multiple projects.

You will be proficient in AutoCAD, knowledge of Revit would be a bonus but not a necessity, more important is your ability to produce detailed drawings and to have technical input into the team.  With ideally  2 years PQE and a level of experience within the  Residential Sector, whether it be with your current employer or a previous employer.

If successful you will be working for an employer who truly values their employees and reflects this in the benefits that they offer.

Call me, Beth Ritchie on 0151 242 1630 or apply online now. The client is looking to interview ASAP.

To apply for this job email your details to hello@kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk

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