Project Architect

Plan and design structures, such as private residences, office buildings, theaters, factories, and other structural property.

Project Architect Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Project Architect to join our team.


  • Technical design: prepare detail drawings and specifications for inclusion in Stage 4+ information;
  • Undertaking site planning and development to ensure that projects comply with zoning, environmental, and safety requirements;
  • Managing both time schedules and project budgets to ensure that construction projects are completed on time and within set budgets;
  • Leadership: manage a small team of 3-5 people, overseeing quality, setting direction and reviewing design information;
  • Designing and drafting building plans for a variety of residential, commercial and industrial construction projects;
  • Prepare written project documents such as work stage reports, design and access statements or internal project reports;
  • Preparing project documents and specifications for both contractors and clients;
  • Project management: Identify and manage work stage deliverables, design programmes and plan the work of team members where required;
  • Client service: perform the duties of lead consultant and liaise with clients.


  • Revit is essential for this position;
  • Strong design and technical skills, and can undertake feasibility schemes efficiently;
  • 7+ years UK experience in an architectural practice;
  • Proven experience in client management and leading teams;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
  • Ability to communicate in German advantageous;
  • Understanding of leading projects;
  • Experience working with clients and contractors;
  • Strong understanding of UK planning and building regulations;
  • ARB registered Architect (or equivalent);
  • Had a lead role in at least three projects with a contract value of £10m+
  • Able to use AutoCAD and Revit to a high standard;
  • A fully qualified Architect with RIBA Part 3 achieved and ARB registered;
  • Chartered status would be preferable, or minimum Part 2 / ARB or equivalent qualified, working towards professional accreditation;
  • Excellent design skills are essential.