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Junior Architectural Technologist

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Manchester, UK

£27,000 - £33,000

Full Time


About the Role

If you’re a Technologist who has graduated between 2022 and now, can you honestly say that you don’t want to work with and learn from the best?

You want to start off in as strong a position as possible. The best salaries, so you’re not playing catch up later, the most exposure to the biggest variety of project type and size, a company that already nurtures its experienced staff members and goes the extra mile for Graduates and Juniors. Somewhere that progression is like clockwork will get you off the mark quickly too.

Any benefits would be a bonus surely?

Imagine any 5 days out of 10 working from home as a minimum (you could do one week on, one week off or any other arrangement).

On top of this there’s a flexi time system which means you can work 6 hour days then catch up when you’re able too or spread your normal hours across any pattern that works.

All without having to ask permission.

This all helps if you’re not a morning person and like to lie in or if you get the jitters in the afternoon and like being 3 gins deep by 3pm.

And who wants to work overtime? Nobody in this practice apparently. It’s not really a thing.

The Social Value element is on point too, there’s a massive amount of sustainability projects coming through the door but to prove that further, they got B Corp certified a few years ago.

The Job:

There’ll be a large variety of drawing types along with getting you used to dealing with planning, other disciplines in a live environment and even clients.
Working on new and existing High Rise, and other commercial buildings, retrofitting cladding and sustainability solutions when you first start. Moving onto a variety of other commercial projects thereafter.
You’ll be working really closely with a Senior, preparing yourself to do more and more while you pick up the job .

About you:

Qualified Technician / Technologist - You could have no experience whatsoever and be fresh out of Uni, alternatively you could have up to 2 years experience in practice.
You’ll need to know Revit.
You tend to get along with everyone, communicate easily… smile sometimes.

If you want some more information, feel free to call for a chat, drop me an email or a LinkedIn message or apply below. Don't worry if your CV is out of date, we can work that out later.

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