Architectural Technician

Niyaa People Ltd
£25000 - £30000 per annum
13 Jul 2017
21 Jul 2017
Architectural Technician Lincolnshire | Permanent £25,000 - £30,000 DOE Would you like the opportunity to join a small Architectural Practice working with an exciting portfolio of recognised brands? With projects across the Residential, Commercial, Leisure and Industrial sectors, they boast an impressive list of clients including McDonalds, Ford, Subway, and Shell. As their success continues, demand for their services has grown and as such they are now seeking an Architectural Technician to join them on a permanent basis. Working as an Architectural Technician, you will be working as part of a tight-knit team reporting into the Director, and responsible for delivering on a number of projects up to the value of £1 million at any one time. Responsibilities: Ensuring delivery of full working drawing packages Production of construction detailing and information packs Handling of planning and building regulation submissions Coordinate and liaise with clients and contractors Handling technical issues and queries Skills/Experience: Background working for Architectural Practices is preferred Previous experience in any of Residential, Commercial or Industrial sectors Any Job Running experience is highly advantageous Good knowledge of planning and building regulations Strong skills in AutoCAD, SketchUp and Photoshop Niyaa People represent Architectural professionals seeking freelance or permanent employment across the Country from our Birmingham office. We deal with a range of local regional and international Architectural companies to find you the right opportunities for your career goals. £250 referral incentive: If you know of anyone who you feel maybe suitable for this role we would welcome a personal or professional referral. We thank each successful referral with £250. To apply for this position, or to find out about our other temporary and permanent vacancies, please contact Gary on 0121 773 0966 or visit us at This job was originally posted as