ADP has opportunities for ambitious and passionate Part 2 architectural assistants across its UK studios.
Do you dream of a better built environment?
We’re looking for Part 2 architectural assistants to help us design a better future – one where buildings genuinely serve the needs of the people who use them. If you’re a highly talented designer who’s looking for their next big challenge and an opportunity to grow in a supportive environment, this could be the role for you.
With eight studios across the UK, Cyprus and India, and over 50 years’ history, ADP is in the UK’s top 40 architecture practices. We design around the principles of sustainability, belonging and engagement, rethinking the built environment to create a better future.
We currently have opportunities for ambitious and passionate Part 2 architectural assistants to join our teams in our London, Oxford, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh and Sherborne studios.
At ADP, you’ll have the opportunity to develop your skills in a chosen sector or as an all-rounder, working with our cross-practice specialists in sectors including residential, commercial, healthcare and education design. You’ll also be able to work on projects that truly benefit their communities, from large laboratory buildings to mixed-use developments, sensitive refurbishments to envelope-pushing new builds, £100m high-profile schemes to local grassroots projects.
ADP is an employee-owned practice – meaning that all staff have a say in how the business is run, and everyone benefits from its success. ADP is an employee-owned practice – meaning that all staff have a say in how the business is run, and everyone benefits from its success. We know that a healthy work/life balance is key and in addition to other benefits all staff have flexible working hours, with the option to take a three-day weekend every fortnight.
We’re an equal opportunities employer and a gold-standard investor in people – reflecting our belief that it takes a people-centred practice to create people-centred architecture. Diversity is at the heart of our success, and we welcome applications from underrepresented groups.
How to apply
If you’re interested in joining our team, please submit your CV and portfolio and a cover letter setting out your approach to design and your ambitions via the apply for job button below, quoting the position and studio location you’re applying for. Attachments should be in PDF format and no larger than 5MB in size.
This position is only available to applicants based in the United Kingdom