- $60000 - $90000 per annum
- Job Type
- 8 months ago
Work Across Global Projects!
Infrastructure, Aviation and Transport!
FutureYou has partnered exclusively with an internationally recognised Design Firm with studios across the globe. Their offices are located across Australia, Europe and the UK and are currently expanding in to new and exciting locations!
An opportunity exists for an Graduate Architect to join this international practice to work on an exciting, large in-scale and complex project. This exciting opportunity will see you work on a project that will define and shape your legacy as an Architect.
There are several major components to this project – totalling in excess of $9bn, this project will see you working in Melbourne, Australia as well projects across the Asia Pacific – and the globe.
This role will see you learning the ropes from an Industry leaders in their sectors. You will develop your front end-design, and the effective management; leadership and running of a client relationship.
Opportunities like this are highly sought after and rarely become available. Due to the unprecedented growth and expansion of operations; this role has been created.
You will be an accomplished Graduate Architect with a minimum of 4 Years experience; working across large and complex project typologies. You will be capable of working as part of a large multi-faceted team having experience in dealing with consultants and sub-consultants and working across the design process.
Strong attention to detail is essential, and experience in REVIT is essential.
You will have a background in Infrastructure, Aviation or Transport; working in a Graduate Architect developing into a 2IC capacity.
To access the FutureYou, you will want to work in a workplace that encourages creativity and innovation, you will be a forward thinking – strategic architect with a strong emphasis on creating a better future.
To apply for this role, please send your CV and Portfolio (25MB maximum) to Tyler Elliott (firstname.lastname@example.org), or for a confidential discussion call (03) 8547 1343.