We have a fantastic new job opportunity for a German speaking Architect to join a world class, global design firm - covering architecture, interior design and landscaping - who have designed many successful projects across the world, from sport venues to retail, leisure and commercial.
Location of the job
London office (south London)
Language requirements for the job
Fluency in both German and English is essential
Our client is an international design practice, responsible for some of the most high-profile design projects across the world, especially international sports and entertainment venues.
Job responsibilities of the German speaking Architect
As German speaking Architect you will focus on working on a variety of high-profile design projects, primarily from the global sports and entertainment sector.
You role will typically include the following duties and responsibilities:
- Working closely with clients to understand their needs and preferences
- Developing design concepts and presenting them to clients
- Producing detailed drawings and specifications
- Managing project timelines and budgets
- Coordinating with project runners and other team members
- Ensuring that projects are delivered on time and within budget
The successful candidate background
- German and English is essential
- Masters in Architecture or equivalent
- Understanding of current legislation relating to Architectural Practices with previous work experience in Germany
- Front end design
- Project Management
- Strong presentation skills
- Good organisational and self-management skills, flexibility and critical thinking
- Excellent written and oral communication
- Proficient in Revit and Rhino.
Salary, benefits and working hours
£35,000 to £50,000 neg
To apply for this exciting opportunity, your application should include your CV and portfolio (no bigger than 10Mb) rather than a link, a short letter of introduction and specify your availability and whether you are eligible to work in the UK. Note that we will not be able to consider applications that are not supported by a portfolio.