Architectural Technician

Building Careers UK
£25000 - £30000/annum Package
07 Jul 2017
06 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Highly regarded multi-disciplinary Architecture practice recruiting for an Architectural Technician to join their busy team in Liverpool - £25,000 - £30,000 depending on experience

This reputable architectural practice with offices in the heart of Liverpool specialise in residential, education and public sector projects. Due to an increasing workload, including some exciting projects for high profile clients, we are now looking for an experienced architectural technician to join the team and help deliver challenging technical works packages.

You will need experience of working closely with architects (and in some cases clients), producing concepts and technical packages at all stages of projects. Expeirence of projects in the education sector would be ideal, but is not necessary... more important is your flair for 3D conceptual work, designs for client packages and (ideally) a working knowledge of revit.

In return, you'll be supported through your professional development and will be working on high profile projects giving you unique access to learning on the job.

You will be rewarded with a highly competitive salary which will depend on your experience and software experience, however it will be highly competitive in the current market place. You'll also have an excellent pension, holiday allowance and other fringe benefits.

Please get in touch today with our Architecture Specialist George Lucking on (Apply online only) / (Apply online only) or for more details on opportunities available, or apply below with your CV.


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