Back to Job Search

Architectural Technician/ Technical Architect (Vectorworks)

  • Location: Gloucestershire
  • Salary: £30k - 45k per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 9 months ago

  • Sector: Architecture, Construction
  • Contact: Lou Maskell
  • Contact Email:
  • Contact Phone: 01179221441
  • Expiry Date: 15 May 2023
  • Job Ref: 401193LML

This client is a British Architectural Practice that encompasses architecture and interior design. Their work is predominantly private residential projects, which range from renovations, extensions, new builds, conversions, and work on listed buildings.
Most of their projects encompass all the relevant RIBA stages which means you have the chance to see your designs from concept to completion. As well as a robust infrastructure all the necessary design packages and regular CPD’s, they maintain a rich, varied and exciting training program and are always open to ideas about what would help your development and benefit the company and team as a whole. The team are loyally reflective of the company’s success – a large proportion have been with them for many years.

The Role
They currently have an opportunity for an experienced (or progressively experienced) Architectural Technician/ Technologist or Technical Architect who holds the necessary skills to work across all RIBA Stages (0-7) on new build and existing schemes. Good knowledge and understanding of CAD is essential prior knowledge of Vectorworks would be helpful.
Projects are largely distributed amongst the team - you would need to be comfortable with taking on a project and running with it from detail design to site.
You will likely be involved in early-stage design discussions with our Director and/or Associates and be regularly involved in the design process. They tend to work with project managers on larger projects, however experience of project management or aptitude in this area is a bonus.
Key Responsibilities:
• Producing planning drawings and forming into working (technical) drawings
• Construction detailing at all scales
• Producing joinery and masonry details (for construction and planning)
• Building regulation notes and coordination
• Tender packs including schedules and specifications
• Liaising with contractors and clients
• Collaborating with the design team
• Site meetings and regular site visits
They are looking for a professional, proactive, and conscientious new addition to the team strong organisational skills are essential. You should be comfortable working independently and communicating proficiently across all levels.