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JOB OFFER: Looking for Architect UK Based with experience with Archicad

Gessica KAD
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We work on residential and commercial projects and, due to a recent exciting project increase, we are looking for an enthusiastic experienced individual with at least 2 years experience with Archicad that can join our team.

Our creative practice offers the full complement of design services: architecture, interior architecture, interior design & styling. Whilst we work closely with a team of professionals covering structural engineers, energy consultants, planners and interior designers that offer competent advice tailored to each project specifics. The practice works on listed residences to innovative contemporary new buildings, designing, planning, and developing are integral tasks in our daily routine.

Key skills and experience required:

  • ArchiCAD software at least 2 years
  • Experience in residential projects highly advantageous, though not essential
  • Passion for architecture & creating unique, innovative concepts
  • Ability to produce detailed technical drawings
  • Excellent proficiency in English, both written and spoken

 

In return we will offer:

  • Flexible working hours driven by allocated tasks & milestones.
  • Competitive hourly salary
  • The opportunity to be part of some exceptional projects
  • Working from home scheme supported by a friendly working environment

If you believe you are the right person to join us, please submit a copy of your cv and portfolio to in support to your application. email us on: info@keystonead.co.uk

To know more about us and our most recent projects visit our website: www.keystonead.co.uk

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Eduardo Rolon
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Position still available as of 04-07-2023

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