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Project architect
at TSH Architects

TSH Architects is looking for an ambitious project architect to join its team in Oxford, UK.

Following the award of a number of exciting and prestigious projects, some by winning design competitions and others for existing clients, we are seeking to strengthen our team by recruiting at least one full time project architect.

About us

TSH Architects is a vibrant, friendly and RIBA award-winning architectural practice based in Summertown, Oxford.  The practice specialises in the design of contemporary architecture in historic and sensitive contexts, largely in the education and residential sectors.

We pride ourselves on our research led approach to sustainable design and our ability to work closely with clients to create bespoke, pragmatic and uplifting design solutions.

Who we are looking for

We are seeking an enthusiastic, talented and ambitious project architect with at least three years of post-qualification experience who has:

  • a driven and self-motivated attitude and is eager to learn
  • a curious and passionate approach to architecture and the built environment
  • excellent graphical design and presentation skills
  • strong written and verbal communication skills
  • excellent time management skills
  • and the ability to work individually as well as part of a team

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate experience of running small and medium sized projects, covering all RIBA work stages including the planning process, building regulations, NBS specifications, design co-ordination, delivering working drawing packages and working with clients, contractors and other professionals.

You will need to demonstrate proficiency in the use of a range of design software including Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp and Adobe Suite.

What we offer

The practice has projects spanning all RIBA Stages ranging from build cost of £250k to £10m+ giving the successful candidate the opportunity to run some projects whilst working as part of a team on others.

The role provides the opportunity for personal development in a positive working environment with assistance and support from highly experienced staff members.

Starting salary will be dependent on experience and reviewed regularly in line with the RIBA Salary Guide.

Additional benefits include generous holidays, wellbeing package and numerous social events. We have a work hard, play hard ethos.

This is a full-time position. Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK. We will be interviewing for an immediate start, subject to notice period restrictions.

How to apply

Please submit your application via the apply for job button below. You should include a covering letter highlighting your experience and demonstrating how your skills meet the requirements of the role, along with your CV and a mini portfolio not exceeding 10MB.

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