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London, UK
Urban designer
at Jas Bhalla Architects

Jas Bhalla Architects is looking to recruit an urban designer to join its studio in London.

We are looking for an experienced and talented designer to contribute to a range of projects across our portfolio, including strategic masterplans, new settlements and town centre strategies. Applicants must have a minimum of two years’ post-qualification experience with demonstrable experience in UK projects.

Candidates will have the following:

  • a background in town planning, architecture or landscape architecture with a focus on urban design
  • an interest in the UK planning process and its social, economic and environmental outcomes
  • a minimum of two years’ professional experience with UK masterplanning, urban design and housing projects
  • knowledge of UK planning legislation
  • strong presentation skills and excellent written and spoken English
  • proficient in the use of the Adobe suite
  • Revit and Rhino skills are desirable but not essential
  • experience of liaising independently with sub-consultants, clients and contractors
  • a desire to contribute to a start-up culture to grow the practice
  • a demonstrable commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion within the architecture and planning industries

We offer the following:

  • flexible working, including either full-time or part-time hours
    options for hybrid working
  • 23 days annual leave per year
  • a competitive salary
  • a collaborative and democratic working environment that encourages growth

JBA is committed to equality of opportunity and applications will be assessed regardless of race, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender or religious beliefs.

Please submit your CV, a short cover letter and a portfolio demonstrating your design and technical experience via the ‘apply for job’ button below.

Please include your salary expectations and availability.

www.jasbhallaarchitects.com

Salary: £30,000 - £40,000
  • This position has been filled.