How important is the work environment, culture and benefits of an Architecture Practice to you?
A large Architecture Practice that does both design and technical delivery of London hospitality, residential and commercial projects are looking for experienced Architects to join their team.
The hours there are balanced, they have weekly and bi-monthly social outings, mentoring programs and a structure for professional development. Pension plans, incremental holidays and the works. Located in Central London
Currently, there is an opening for a talented Architect who has worked in the hospitality sector on projects to join their team. It's a win-win situation. You have the sector and software experience, and they have the right kind of environment to support you. This is not the type of office you work crazy hours all year, as a result they do have a low turn-over and some people have even returned.
The practice uses Revit, experience using this software would definitely be an advantage. Need to brush up on your BIM? They have a dedicated team.
So if you have hospitality experience and some BIM and fancy a good work/life balance while working on Hotels that are trending all over the London scene, drop me a message at [email protected] or message Stephen Drew on Linkedin.
Work/life balance is very important and they have a good reputation for avoid long hours.
Strong social calendar with in-person events as well as online such as life-drawing, staff parties and weekly football teams.
Great location with several connections to the tube and overground train stations in Zone 1 Central London
Mentoring programme and personal/professional development.