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The Company A talented Cloud Infrastructure Architect is required by a prominent and progressive international retail group. The organisation is investing heavily in technology and is transforming its end to end technology landscape, ultimately transformi
Vacancy Information It is East Lothian Council's policy that successful applicants will beplaced onthe first point of the salary scale. Salary £31461- £35440per annum (£17.24-£19.42 per hour) Temporaryfull time position for 2 years 35 hours per week Monda
East Lothian Council
Vacancy Information It is East Lothian Council's policy that successful applicants will be placed on the first point of the salary scale. Salary £31461- £35440 per annum (£17.24-£19.42 per hour) Temporary full time position for 2 years 35 hours per week M
J Matthews Legal
Do you want to work for a hugely successful international architecture and design practice? Legal Counsel - Contentious focus Client You will be joining a household name organisation which is associated with many high-profile buildings and projects worldw
Head of Architecture (International Business), West London, Some remote working We are looking for a new Head of Architecture who has experience leading international architecture teams and delivering technical roadmaps in line with business stagey. This
Architecture physically shapes our whole world. You name it and it’ll have been designed by an architect. Put simply, they dream-up, plan and create entire buildings.
Architecture is an extremely well respected career and to become a fully-certified Architect requires a degree plus years of extra training. However, the rewards are also great as you get to see your designs come to life and be a part of the world for generations to come.
It’s also big business as governments and corporate companies compete for the most high-tech and aesthetically pleasing buildings. Large projects, like a new shopping centre, will have millions of pounds of investment behind them.
Working in architecture will require you to balance a number of priorities on a day-to-day basis and across the course of a project. At each stage in the process architects must balance aspects such as: aesthetics and design, the environment, new technology, safety, social value and the needs of the area.