Part II Architectural Assistant

Manchester, Lancashire, North West
£22000 - £28000/annum
10 Jun 2017
10 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
An opportunity has become available for a talented Part II Architectural Assistant to join one of Manchester’s leading studios.
This award-winning practice offers the chance to work across a range of sectors, and it’s a rare opportunity for a motivated Part II to gain invaluable experience of taking projects through the construction phase from day one.
The role
You’ll be supported in the delivery of projects of the size and scope necessary to qualify quickly. My client is searching for motivated and ambitious Part II assistants who will take full advantage of specialist training, while adding value by taking responsibility for a range of duties.
The practice has developed into one of Manchester’s leading studios, but it has managed to maintain a relaxed environment and the team members really enjoy their jobs. My client also has a reputation for promoting from within. 
If you’re a Part II architectural assistant with a desire to succeed, please send in your CV today. You can also call Lisa to discuss other opportunities within architecture. For more Part II architectural assistant jobs in Manchester, speak to Kingsley.
Key Contact
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