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Job Title: Architectural Technician
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Bristol, Bristol
Industry:
Salary: £20000.00 - £30000.00 per annum
REF: HQ00020503
Contact Name: Josh Marshall
Contact Email: jmarshall@allen-york.com
Job Published: 8 months ago

Our client is an award winning multi-disciplinary architectural practice who are on the lookout for a talented Technician to join their Education team in the Bristol office. They design award winning buildings for a wide variety of clients including offices, residential, hotels, leisure, retail, schools and universities. They are a practice leading the market in its use of BIM technology and processes and are committed, experienced and expert BIM users.

Responsibilities

  • Specialise in the application of technology to architecture, building design and construction.
  • Specialise in the collation, organisation and investigation of technical information for use during the development of the project design.
  • Maintaining detailed knowledge of own project
  • Collating and organising technical information
  • Investigating technical information and factors that affect developments, including user needs, site and building surveys and regulatory requirements
  • Monitoring health and safety in design
  • Preparing regulatory applications
  • Demonstrate an awareness of own impact on the financial performance of his/her projects


Requirements

  • Educated to at least HNC / HND level
  • An understanding in the Planning process, as well as a good understanding of Building Regulations.
  • Sound technological knowledge of building detailing and modern construction materials. The ability to create succinct but considered tender packages
  • Ability to lead projects
  • Proficiency in the latest issue of Revit, Photoshop, and an understanding of AutoCAD is beneficial.
  • Ability to balance workload as the role may require you to balance several projects at any one time, from feasibility to construction
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