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Project Architect

£40,000 - £45,000 per annum (Permanent)

Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear

Project Architect required to join one of the worlds most respected and commercially ambitious Consultancies based in their Newcastle Upon Tyne office.

They require an innovative Architect with design flair to work across a variety of the sectors where our client specialise including Education, Commercial, Energy and Transportation sectors.

A little more about this business….

Global Design, Engineering and Project Management consultancy offering the best in architecture & engineering to provide a full suite of services to clients in the public and private sector. Whether designing iconic buildings or developing clever solutions for end users our client prides itself in offering intelligent, sustainable solutions and unrivalled expertise. Their diverse, highly skilled, passionate design teams are unified with a belief - good design can positively transform people's lives. They have a keen and astute eye for design and technical quality, ensuring they deliver fantastic projects that inspire and delight their customers. Over recent years their Architecture brand has evolved into a fiercely design led commodity with innovation at its heart, owing to several key senior appointments with design flair at the forefront of their skillset, the recent shift towards project work being headline grabbing and the designs pioneering continues to gather pace.

Responsibilities of the Project Architect

Taking ownership of individual schemes from inception through to completion.

Client facing responsibilities.

Working within, or leading single and full multi-disciplinary design teams.

Assisting and developing the client brief, producing creative and feasible design options for projects within various sectors.

Working with or leading other disciplines and producing RIBA work-stage reports.

Ensuring design responses are deliverable and meet the client brief whilst respecting the opportunities and constraints that each site affords.

Communicating schemes in a mixed portfolio of media to clients, peers, and multiple disciplines as part of their review processes.

Working as part of or leading a design team in the preparation of production information and working drawing packages in both traditional and Design and build projects across multi sectors.

Working on local, regional, national and international projects.


Qualified Architect, ARB registered. RIBA registration desired, minum 3/4 years experience.

Architectural experience within sectors such as Education (Schools, FE and HE), Commercial, Residential and transportation.

Demonstrable experience of delivering and managing projects on-site.

Ability to deliver projects in a traditional and D&B contract environment; contract administration experience and/or awareness desirable.

Passion for design and interest in developments within the Architecture industry.

Proficiency in Revit is essential. Navisworks experience is desirable

Must be Adobe Suite proficient i.e. InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.

Must have 3D modelling skills. Revit required. Sketchup desirable

Experience of producing concept designs.

Able to draw 'free hand' sketches and illustrate.

Able to participate in design and technical review amongst your peers and multi-disciplinary environments.

Salary & package (depending on experience)

£40,000 - £45,000 + private medical, 25 days holiday, lucrative performance bonus, 7% employer pension.

Our client currently operate a 2 days in the office and 3 from home policy which will continue indefinitely.


If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply or get in touch with James Jackson in our Leeds office for further information on 0113 4166280

We understand the importance of confidentiality and would NEVER send your personal details to any of our clients before gaining your consent. So, rest assured when you hit 'Apply' your CV will not be forwarded to our client until such time as you have given us permission to do so.

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