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Senior Architect HCC583392
Salary Range: £42,290 – £47,595 per annum
Work Location: Three Minsters House, Winchester
Hours per Week: 37
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 23 October 2022
Hampshire County Council Architects is a pioneering public service practice with a national reputation for inspirational, practical and resilient architecture, winning awards over many years.
We are a thriving multi-disciplinary design-led office of some 100 designers with an ever-increasing portfolio of exciting and varied projects. We are looking for a high calibre senior architect to join our team and help deliver this work, embracing our commitment to creating quality architecture for the public good and the values of a leading non-profit making organisation.
Joining our team will provide you with an excellent opportunity to broaden your experience, see your projects built and further your professional career. Based in the historic city of Winchester, we are confident you will find Hampshire a great place to live and work. We enable our team to blend home and office-based working.
You can find out more about our work via our website.
Please send your CV and portfolio in PDF format up to 15MB, to email@example.com.
You will need to have the right to work in the UK. A Certificate of Sponsorship is not supported for this role.
What we can offer you:
Hampshire County Council offers a competitive salary and benefits package, please see our website for details: Our Benefits Package
Hampshire is a beautiful place to live, with vibrant cities, miles of coastline and two National Parks. If you enjoy outdoor activities, you’ll find world class walking, cycling, sailing and much more. For more information, please go to:- Living and Working in Hampshire
Senior Architect #INDHP Job Summary and Person Specification
Contact Details for an Informal Discussion:
John Cantwell, Senior Delivery Manager on 0370 779 1723
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