Part III Architect
We are looking for motivated and talented architects to join our team in London to work on a variety of projects.
Deadline: open/ongoing but we encourage early applications
You will support project leads to run projects from concept design through to completion and oversee project cordination while leading junior team members in day-to-day activities. A high level of design competency is required and you will have sound knowledge of UK planning and building regulations. Experience of working on residential and mixed-use project is advantageous. Responsibilities will include coordinating design team actions; attending design team meetings; liaising with stakeholders; and developing architectural solutions from concept to technical design and construction stages.
You will have excellent English communication skills, be well organised and have a proven track record of working both independently and as part of a team. You will show great flexibility and versatility to work on various project types, at various stages and scales. You will demonstrate good ability to learn from your peers as well as independently. Knowledge of the German language is advantageous.
Good knowledge of Revit and Adobe Creative Suite is a minimum requirement; knowledge of Rhino, SketchUp, Vectorworks/ Autocad and rendering software is beneficial.
We have a very sociable and relaxed studio atmosphere, and our architects play a full and active role within it, with opportunities to take on greater responsibility within projects and for extracurricular events and activities.
Working pattern: this position is envisioned as a full-time role. We offer up to 2 days of homeworking per week, with core working hours that enable flexible start and finish times.
dRMM are radical makers of sustainable, socially useful architecture with studios in London and Berlin. Our thriving Stirling Prize-winning studio works on exciting, innovative projects across all scales and sectors in the UK, Germany and overseas. Current projects range from a floating swimming pool on a repurposed barge to pioneering community-led housing estate renewal, a CLT primary school to a large scale infrastructure project, and an ingenious new model for industrial estates to cutting edge research into the benefits of building in timber. We are in the process of becoming B- Corp certified.
Our studio culture is one of openness and warmth and we welcome people of all backgrounds. Our team is very international. We are proud to have gender parity at every level, including director level. We have built a studio that attracts like-minded designers who are interested in collaboration, experimentation, and who share a sensitivity towards people, place, and planet. Team members are empowered to bring their whole selves to work in a supportive environment in which they can grow, personally and professionally.
How to apply
Deadline: Sunday 25 June
To apply please submit the following to email@example.com (max file size 5MB) for the attention of HR, quoting ref: Part3_2306 in the subject title.
- your CV
- a short cover letter detailing your suitability for the role and notice period (if applicable)
- if relevant to your experience, any additional supporting material such as a portfolio (please keep this concise if submitting)
- a completed equal opportunities monitoring form
Please note we are only able to respond to successful applicants and will not discuss submissions over the telephone.
dRMM is an equal opportunities employer. We strive to build on the existing diversity of our team, championing greater representation of backgrounds in our practice and welcome applications from people of all identities and background.
We are committed to a fair and accessible recruitment process for all candidates. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy – please let us know if this applies to you.