Senior Architect/Layout Designer

  • Permanent
  • West Midlands, United Kingdom
  • £40,000 to £50,000 per annum

Stride are working closely with an international multi-disciplinary company in Wolverhampton that have an award-winning reputation in the Architecture industry for the highest level of quality and creative design.

The Architecture team have won national and international awards with desirable projects in the health, education, industrial, rail, retail, commercial, leisure and residential sectors.

I am working closely with the studio on their requirement for a Senior Architect / Residential Layout Designer to join their expanding team in the Wolverhampton studio.

Suitable candidates will have minimum 8 years’ experience working for a new build developer or Architects Practice. Ideally qualification minimum of an HNC in Building Studies, ideally an MA Urban Design and be a member of RIBA. ARB qualified Architects with strong Housing and Residential background will be at an advantage.

Main responsibilities of the role will be to produce Feasibility Schemes for a variety of clients understanding their individual aspirations in line with the client’s philosophy and design brief.

You will possess at least 8 years’ experience designing residential layouts of varying sizes, not only in hand drawn sketch format but also be able to transfer the sketch to full AutoCAD planning layouts.

As an experienced Architect / Layout Designer you will have experience in engaging directly with clients and planning authorities and be able to produce quick and efficient hand-drawn sketch feasibility layouts.

A sound knowledge of the UK Building Regulations and a good working knowledge of AutoCAD is essential. InDesign and graphics knowledge are required, and free hand sketching is highly desirable.

To apply please send across you up to date CV/Portfolio and Examples of Work to Ryan at Stride:

stride is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.


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