Lead Architect

Posted 06 September 2021
LocationAuckland, Auckland, Auckland
Job type Permanent
DisciplineResidential
Reference302777

Job description

A perfect time to jump on board, this company is going from strength to strength, have a strong and exciting pipeline of work to provide role security, plus a clear vision and plans for their future development - and they want to bring their team along to enjoy that success.
  
A positive company culture is of the utmost importance to this team and they are truly passionate about what they create and the community around them, taking every opportunity to give back to their team and wider community.
  
This company is well known for its’ luxurious apartments and townhouses and as Lead Architect some of your key objectives will be:
  • Develop projects from scheme to concept, through detailing and design changes.
  • Guiding the Architecture team on various projects, producing documentation, using Autodesk Revit software.
  • Knowledge of Programs to help Documentation utilising Bluebeam, Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, Microsoft office
  • Assisting with coordination of documentation with various consultants throughout the building consent stages of a project
  • Review and coordinate Construction detailing
  • Review architectural drawings with services and structural drawings
 
The successful candidate will possess the following:
  • Proven working experience as an architect
  • Expert knowledge of building products, construction details and New Zealand relevant rules, regulations, and quality standards.
  • Excellent drawing skills and familiarity with design software (REVIT and Enscape}.
  • Strong imagination and the ability to think and create in three dimensions.
  • Visual awareness and an eye for detail.
  • Communication and project management skills.
  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent communication skills including a good command of written and spoken English.
  • High level of computer literacy.
  • Passion for Auckland, its’ communities and bringing a generous and holistic view to the development of the region.
  
This role pays a salary of $120-150K per annum depending on level of experience.
  
If you have the required skills and experience and are excited to be part of a genuine and philanthropic company, please apply within or contact
Emily Davies 027 290 7251 emily@assemblerecruit.com.