A talented Project Architect is required to join a very reputable Cheshire-based practice.
This medium-sized architectural firm has a well-established and friendly team, and it is looking for a competent architect with a high level of job-running expertise.
This Cheshire-based project architect position is focussed around the successful delivery of various design schemes, including commercial, residential, and retail fit-outs. It requires a proven track record of running projects to timescales and addressing challenges with innovative ideas.
There will also be a large onsite presence, and you’ll need to be comfortable liaising with the client and contractors, while delivering on targets and exceeding expectations.
The successful architect will need a significant amount of post-qualification project-running experience, as well as a passion for producing quality architecture. Excellent technical knowledge and an up-to-date understanding of UK building regulations will ensure success. Meanwhile, conservation experience would be an advantage.
If this all sounds like a great opportunity for you to boost your architectural career, please send your CV today or call Lisa to discuss other vacancies currently available. For more project architect jobs in Cheshire, speak to Kingsley.
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