Project Architect

  • Kingsley
  • £40,000 – £50,000
Company: Kingsley
Salary: £40,000 - £55,000
Location: Lancashire
Contact Name: Kelly Maddocks
Telephone: 0151 242 1630
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

Exceptional projects up to the value of £50m for buildings that have a positive impact on the lives of the people they house. This role is perfect for an accomplished Project / Senior Architect seeking a challenge in an established, progressive practice with a focus on Health, Education and residential.

Due to their extensive reputation for high quality projects delivered on time, and in budget with exceptional results they have a consistent project workflow and have identified the need for a Senior Architecture to join the team; take the lead on high profile projects within the North West.

Offering autonomy, freedom of design, high profile projects and a supportive team as well as strong salary in line with your experience – this is your opportunity to join the team and make a real positive difference to your career and the lives of the people you are designing for.

If you are a Project/Senior Architect with experience job running (ideally – but not essential); exceptional detail in your design and the ability to communicate your designs to peers and clients its time to register your interest in a new opportunity.

Call me Kelly Maddocks on 0151 242 1630 or email me on with your CV and profile.


Kingsley is a leading North West professional recruitment consultancy, specialising across the whole of the Property & Legal sectors.

If you are looking for a more specific career opportunity, then please visit our website or simply call one of the numbers below in confidence, to speak with one recruitment experts:


Liverpool:         0151 242 1630

Manchester:     0161 393 9889


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