Architect Wednesday, 20 November, 2019
Hamson Barron Smith are an ambitious multi-disciplinary practice who have a vacancy for an ambitious and developing architect in their architectural studio in Central Norwich.
If you are in London and have thought about relocating to a beautiful provincial city and joining a practice with a varied and interesting workload please contact us. If you are already in East Anglia please contact us too.
Hamson Barron Smith have four studios across the UK, in London, Norwich, Haywards Heath and Edinburgh. We work primarily in the Education, Residential and Care sectors (Dementia Care, Housing with Care), with the addition of some significant arts and community projects. We are passionate about providing high quality buildings. Our team in Norwich particularly specialises in housing, and has a track record in delivering award winning Passivhaus schemes for social landlords and the Public Sector.
We are looking for an architect who is able to fit into an established team and take responsibility for delivering projects, working either for housing, care or education providers or for contractors. Experience of delivering finished buildings and knowledge of construction techniques is required, as well as a good competency in BIM Revit. Salary negotiable.
We can also offer
•Ongoing professional development and support with both RIBA CPD and individual training programmes
•Benefits including 26 Days Holiday, Company Pension, Life Assurance & Healthcare
We are committed to employment practices and behaviours which encourage diversity, promote equality of treatment and eliminate unlawful and or unfair discrimination.
Please read the attached job description and person specification to ensure you meet the criteria for the role before applying.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy once we have received sufficient applications. If you have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has not been successful and will not be progressed to the next stage.