John McAslan + Partners is seeking Part-II architectural assistants to join its team in London.
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Do you have solid experience in delivering to completion complex transport/multi-modal interchange projects and confident as part of the team delivering high profile, high-value projects?
To be considered for this role you will need to have delivered to either relevant rail standards, BIM level two and Revit platform through collaboration models on large infrastructure projects. The successful candidate will have good design, technical and organisational skills and an
appreciation and passion for architecture and engineering solutions required for world-class integrated transport projects.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits packages. This is a great opportunity for the next steps in your career as well as the opportunity to be part of a career-defining project and gain industry leading experience in the transport sector with an International award-winning practice.
Due to the nature of these appointments, candidates with Microstation and AecoSim proficiency as well as solid Revit and 3D modelling software will be preferred. You will also need to be fully conversant with the Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp and working within a shared common data environment.
Initial contract position and depending on the suitability of experience this may lead to consideration for a permanent contract. Proof of your eligibility to work without restriction will be required.
How to apply
Where possible, please apply by email. Please send your cover letter, your
CV, and a relevant and concise sample of your most exciting work (maximum file size of 5MB).
Alternatively, you can apply in writing to:
The Recruitment Team, John McAslan + Partners,
7-9 William Road,
London, NW1 3ER
Please ensure you quote the relevant reference in the header of
your application letter.
John McAslan and Partners is an equal opportunities employer
Closing date is Friday 20 April 2018.
Please only apply if you have the relevant transport experience.
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