Hiring 

We are currently hiring for two roles.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative Part I and Part II Architectural Assistant to join our team here in Bristol. We are a design focused practice with a diverse portfolio including projects in the Residential, Retail, Office, Social Housing and Commercial sectors. We offer an attractive package that includes a competitive starting salary, pension scheme, and a technology-supported agile working policy together with an opportunity for career development and of course being part of our small creative practice. Whilst based primarily in our Gloucester Road studio, like many others we have recently adopted an agile work ethos which has further reinforced our flexible approach to work for all employees. We’re looking for someone who is a problem solver, comfortable interrogating and sharing ideas, and willing to learn – we never stop. If this is of interest to you please get in touch. Email a brief cover letter, CV and portfolio to hello@cryerandcoe.co.uk (max15mb).  

Part I Role

You will typically work as part of a team, alongside a Project Architect or one of the Directors to assist in the design and production of schemes within the office. You will be primarily involved with the early design stages of residential projects but also feed into larger live commercial developments giving you a well rounded experience of practice life.  

Requirements

  • Drawing and sketching design solutions by hand

  • Developing schemes using 2D and 3D computer CAD packages such as AutoCAD, Revit and Sketchup

  • Proficient physical model maker

  • Proficient in the use of MS Office and Adobe packages

  • Strong design skills

  • Have an ability to think creatively, problem solve and challenge other members of the Team

  • Be confident in ordering personal workflow with time management, organisational skills and attention to detail a must.   

Part II Role

You will typically work as part of a team, alongside a Project Architect or one of the Directors to assist in the design and production of schemes within the office. You will primarily be involved with the latter stages of projects post planning and assisting with specific technical packages of work on larger schemes or complete packages on smaller residential projects.

Requirements

  • An interest and clear proficiency in technical design and delivery of work through from post planning to completion

  • Knowledge of Revit desirable but not essential and training can be provided

  • Proficiency in the use of AutoCad or similar 2D based software

  • Proficiency in the use of MS Office and Adobe packages

  • Strong design and detailing skills with a good knowledge of current UK Building Regulations

  • Collating, organising, investigating and producing technical information for use during the development of the project design

  • Experience and knowledge of sustainable development best practice will be considered advantageous

  • Have an ability to think creatively, problem solve and challenge other members of the Team

  • Be confident in ordering personal workflow with time management, organisational skills and attention to detail a must.  

  • Confident communication skills and an ability to build strong working relationships within our team and with our valuable clients and fellow consultants

 
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