HTA Design LLP is an award winning multi-disciplinary design partnership of specialist teams working collaboratively in architecture, landscape architecture, communications, sustainability and planning.
Our new architectural design studio in Manchester is looking for talented and enthusiastic Part-I architectural assistants to work with our multi-disciplinary teams on one or more of our medium to large scale housing and mixed use projects in the UK.
We have exciting new schemes for a range of key clients including high density urban housing, sustainable lower density and regeneration projects. You will be working in a team on pre or post-planning stage projects, and should be able to demonstrate ability in these design stages. You will gain experience on mid and large scale developments whilst developing your design and professional skills.
To be considered for this role the successful candidate will have:
- Part-I architecture qualification or overseas equivalent
- a passion for housing
- demonstrable experience in residential projects
- exceptional design, technical and presentation skills
- strong interpersonal and communication skills
- the ability to use initiative, be self-motivated and able to work autonomously, as well as be a strong team player
- excellent organisational skills, with the ability to manage own time and workload effectively
- good attention to detail
- good general IT and office administration skills with experience of using all or some of the following software: AutoCAD, Revit, Sketchup, Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, Illustrator, Lumion is desirable (training can be provided for the successful candidate)
- knowledge of UK residential design standards and statutory requirements
- commitment to self development
Application deadline: 13 July 2016
How to apply
To apply, please send via email a brief letter of introduction (including your salary expectations) and your CV and portfolio samples formatted as a single PDF file to: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting job reference: ARCHASSMAN01
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.