TSH Architects are hiring
Part II/Part III Architectural Assistant/Architect, Oxford
TSH Architects is seeking to recruit at least one Part II/Part III/Architect to join our vibrant, friendly and RIBA award winning practice in Oxford.
TSH Architects is a vibrant, friendly and RIBA award-winning architectural practice based in Summertown, Oxford. The practice specialises in the design of modern 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.
Following the award of a number of exciting and prestigious projects, we are seeking to strengthen our team by recruiting at least one full time Part II/Part III Architectural Assistant/Architect.
We are seeking enthusiastic, talented and ambitious candidates who have:
- a driven and self-motivated attitude and are hungry to learn
- a curious and passionate approach to architecture and the built environment
- excellent graphical design & 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 candidates should be able to demonstrate core IT software proficiency in:
- Adobe Suite
- Microsoft Office
- Revit (proficiency advantageous but not necessary)
This is a great opportunity for individuals looking to develop towards Part III and beyond. The successful candidates will get experience working across all RIBA Stages (0-7) on projects ranging from build cost of £250k to £10m+. 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 and numerous Team building and social events. This is a full-time position. Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK. We will be interviewing for an immediate start.
Please submit your application by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.