Architects Assistant

A Melbourne studio with projects spanning multiple sectors and scales has a long-term opportunity for a design architect.

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A highly regarded design practice with a range of projects spanning multiple sectors and scales is keen to engage an architect (registration not essential) who can work closely with key senior designers in early project stages.

You will have top end Rhino and Photoshop skills, an eye for design, great communication skills and be heavily involved in developing and being part of design presentations.

This role will see your involvement develop over time into taking on project and design leadership involvement, with mentorship from directors and associates as your skills and capabilities develop.

The studio’s primary focus is on your design talent and presentation skills, so talented architects with experience between 4 and 8 years will be considered. Your folio will showcase your design abilities, along with presentation and modelling skills, so expertise in Rhino, SketchUp, 3D Studio Max and other design based software will be highly regarded.

As the ideal candidate for this role, you will be an architect with the following skills & attributes:

- A creative flair that sets you apart from the rest
- CAD based design skills and freehand sketch skills (ideally)
- A passion for incorporating ESD principles into the future of all architectural designs
- A clear idea of where you want your career to go

This firm is very keen to broaden its talent pool, and has created this role with a strategic long-term approach in mind. The role would therefore suit those with a strategic career focus as a key part of their next step.

This is an excellent opportunity for a design architect wanting not just another job, but a true career move in a practice that enjoys an enviable reputation in the industry!

To express your interest in this position, please forward your resume and portfolio to Bruce Whetters of Bloomfield Tremayne & Partners at and quote Reference Number M14585.

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