- Design Management position for an Architect looking to move away from design
- Excellent organisation with good work/life balance and transparent progression
About Our Client
This opportunity has been created within a specialist Design Management firm based in the City of London who support Architects & Designers to deliver highly complex projects worldwide. The organisation offers an excellent working environment with transparent progression and development routes, a strong commitment to achieving a good work-life balance (some WFH on offer), and great work perks.
This is a challenging project management style role which will best suit an Architect with experience of coordinating multi-discipline teams, developing design programmes, and making sub-consultant appointments. Your key responsibilities will include:
- Supporting clients at briefing stage to develop and implement design programmes
- Assist clients with workflow and resource planning if necessary
- Oversee sub-consultant appointments by ensuring contracts are accurate and in place
- Coordinate with the design team on behalf of the lead Architect/Design firm
The Successful Applicant
This is a Design Manager position and requires:
- An architecture/design background with previous exposure to a large scale/complex project environment (mainly working with multi-discipline teams)
- Excellent communication skills with a proven ability to communicate with a wide range of stakeholders in a clear and professional manner
- Capability and/or willingness to develop design programmes and oversee sub-consultant appointments
What's on Offer
The offer to the successful applicant will be a competitive salary (dependent on experience) plus a benefits package including bonus, pension, healthcare, and 25 days a/l.
You will also have access to other great work perks like trips away, long service rewards, and a good work/life balance. The office is based in the City of London and some WFH is on offer. The organisation has a fantastic collaborative environment and transparent progression pathways.