Technical Architect/Technologist (2 positions available) Glasgow...

Posted on March 11, 2016

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Technical Architect/Technologist (2 positions available) Glasgow City Centre and Edinburgh City Centre - Salary depending on experience

Collective Architecture is looking for two enthusiastic and experienced Technical Architects/Technologists to join our thriving teams in Glasgow and Edinburgh respectively. Candidates with over 10 years experience would be preferred.

The posts would initially involve supporting and coordinating the delivery of major residential and civic buildings. The role would involve working collaboratively with the architectural leads to produce and deliver information.

The roles offer the opportunity to support our growing technical team, mentor less experienced architects, coordinate detailed design/production and lead the office in BIM production. An interest in broader office IT issues would also be an advantage. 


The following key capabilities are required:

- Drive and enthusiasm to produce high quality, robust information; 


- Ability to work well independently and within a team environment;

- Experience in taking significant projects through scheme design to production

information and site;

- CAD proficiency with excellent technical detailing and specification ability;

an interest and ability to lead in BIM software/mulit-disciplinary working,

preferably using Vectorworks and/or Revit Architecture;

- Ability to work in a team to deliver design solutions and provide crafted

detailing;

- A strong understanding of multi-disciplinary design-working and integration

into shared architectural models;

- On-site experience including the ability to deal with contractual matters; and

an essential understanding and awareness of Scottish construction

techniques.

Additional Benefits:

Opportunity to join Collective Architecture Benefit Trust after 12 months of permanent employment.

Pension contribution from April 2016

‘Collective Architecture is an Equal Opportunities employer who complies with the Equality Act 2010. We are also a Living Wage Employer’

Interested? please email your CV and cover letter to recruitment@collectivearchitecture.co.uk


Part 2 Architectural Assistant (2 positions available)

Glasgow City Centre - £24,164 per annum

**Please note** Applications should be made through the Glasgow Guarantee portal (link below) we are unable to reply to CVs submitted directly to the practice for this role.

Collective Architecture is looking for two enthusiastic Part 2 Architectural

Assistants to join our thriving teams in Glasgow and Edinburgh respectively.

The posts will involve the design and delivery of key residential and civic

buildings in Scotland. The roles would involve working collaboratively with

architects and architectural technologists. Collective Architecture actively

encourages Part 2 assistants to work towards Part 3 qualification.

The roles offer the opportunity to join our growing team and contribute to the

design and culture of the practice. An interest in broader office IT issues would be

an advantage.


The following key capabilities are required:

• exceptional design ability;

• the drive and enthusiasm to work in a team to produce high quality buildings

and places;

• ability to work well independently and within a group environment;

• an interest in design, craft and delivery of buildings;

• CAD proficiency with experience in – or the ability to learn - Vectorworks

and/or Revit Architecture;

• the ability to learn and apply contractual skill to deliver projects; and

• an understanding of the importance of Scottish climate and associated

construction techniques.


Opportunity to join Collective Architecture Benefit Trust after

12 months of permanent employment.

Pension contribution from April 2016


Deadline: 17th April 2016

How to apply:

Graduates must be:

  • You must be aged 20-29
  • You must have attained a degree/post-graduate degree in the last 12 months
  • You must currently reside within the Glasgow City Council postcode boundary
  • You must be currently unemployed OR underemployed
  • You must be able to provide proof of all of the above