ArchiCAD Architect

Job details

Posted Tuesday 14 February 2023
Location London
Job type Permanent
Discipline Architect
Reference 1099
Recruiter Name Paul Chappell
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Our client is a small friendly office in the Hoxton area, currently looking for a technical Architect with a few years of UK-based experience to focus on RIBA stages 4-7. Candidates must have strong ArchiCAD to be considered for this role. As this studio specialises in high-end private residential projects, candidates will need substantial experience delivering high-end residential projects for end-users.

Primary duties will include:

  • Advising on technical matters during RIBA stages 0-3.

  • Production of tender and construction packages: drawings, schedules and specifications.

  • Coordinating work by external consultants & internally with the rest of the team.

  • Manging tender processes: Documentation, issuing and analysing (in collaboration with a Quantity Surveyor)

  • Site inspections: Liaison with contractors on site, responding to RFI’s, managing site procedures & producing documentation.

  • Administrating JCT Contracts and Issuing all related instructions, documentation and certificates.

The successful candidate would have demonstrated:

  • Experience with delivering medium to high-end residential projects for end users.

  • Outstanding technical design and detailing skills with ability to articulate high-quality and detailed schemes, thinking and working directly within a 3D BIM environment.

  • Experience in delivery of projects through RIBA stages 4-7, including production and coordination of all project’s drawings & information.

  • Tangible experience in delivering tender and construction packages.

  • Substantial hands on experience with site inspections, running meetings and managing expectations during contract administration.

  • An intimate knowledge of JCT contract administration.

  • Excellent and current knowledge of UK Building regulations.

  • Experience and understanding of BIM concepts, workflows and collaboration.

  • Excellent Archicad skills and a clear understanding of it’s operation and outputs (Strong Revit users who are happy to migrate will be considered)

  • Good understanding and basic applied knowledge of sustainable design.

  • Excellent time management and multi-tasking skills, with the ability to meet tight deadlines.