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Architect/Part 2 architectural assistant
at Studio Mcleod

Studio McLeod has a vacancy for an architect or Part 2 architectural assistant to join its team in London.

Studio McLeod is an award-winning studio crafting emotionally comforting and exciting architecture. As a studio, we are committed to our team’s continued professional and personal development. We listen to and support our team, and pride ourselves on our inclusive work environment.

We are looking for a fully qualified architect or Part 2 architectural assistant with experience in a UK practice who is motivated and has a passion for learning and crafting beautifully sculpted buildings. We are looking for someone who is interested in all aspects of the profession i.e. the interaction of design, making and people. You will be involved in all aspects of our projects: working on mainly residential remodelling schemes and newly built houses.

Preferred skills and experience:

  • UK private residential design at all stages
  • specification of materials and well-considered detailing
  • UK building regulations and technical documentation
  • fast learner able to adapt to new challenges
  • passion and understanding of how things go together
  • excellent communication skills
  • proactive and confident, working independently and as part of a team
  • experience with production drawings
  • good presentation skills
  • well organised with good time management skills
  • confidence with Vectorworks and Twinmotion is ideal although we will offer training
  • proficient in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Word and Excel

How to apply

To apply for this position please send the following documents via the ‘apply for job’ button below.

All items must be included to be considered:

  • covering letter
  • CV
  • portfolio
  • example paragraph

Please submit your example paragraph as a pdf document titled ‘Example Paragraph’ suffixed by your name i.e. ‘Example Paragraph – Alex Jones’.

The paragraph should describe how you have taken responsibility for a particular task or situation and shown your tenacity to achieve something. This may have been a concept, technical challenge, or when working with a client or design team. It may be an example of when you have been told ‘no’ but have managed to work to achieve your goal; or a situation where you have been able to make someone change their mind either in practice or while studying. The example paragraph is an important part of your application.

We aim to reply to all applicants, however, depending on the volume of candidates applying this may not be possible.

Salary: £30,000 - £35,000
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