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Cloud Infrastructure Architect Leading International Retail Group

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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

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Senior Architectural Technician - INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY

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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

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Senior Architectural Technician - INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY

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

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Legal Counsel - Contentious Construction focus - leading international design/architecture practice

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

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Head of Architecture (International Business), West London, Som

Sanderson Recruitment

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

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Helping you find a career in the Architecture industry

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.


Skills & interests required for a career in Architecture
To be an architect you’ll need to be creative and have a head for design whilst working to all the rules and regulations of creating a building.
- Ability to Work Under Pressure
- Adaptability
- Attention to detail
- Communication
- Creativity
- Financial Risk
- Multi-tasking
- Patience
- Strategic Planning
Architecture apprenticeships & other career progress routes for school leavers
As an architect, the career progression route is quite clear. Once qualified, most enter an architecture firm in a junior position and will then work their way up with experience. To do this more quickly, you should register as a chartered member with the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects).

As you build your portfolio you will be able to take on larger and more prestigious projects. You may also eventually be able to work on a freelance basis for private projects. This process is similar for both design and landscape architects.

Architectural technicians progress their career by working towards chartered status, which requires further professional assessments after studying.
Tips for getting into the field
Shadow local architects – Shadowing those in the profession will enable you to see what the day-to-day work is like and demonstrate that you’re interested in the field when applying to university courses.

Build your network – Start building your network as soon as possible. Any work experience that you do could give you connections in the industry that may be useful later down the line.

Read up on the industry – Check out some of the largest firms’ websites, or read The Architects’ Journal, to keep up to date with the industry.

Study hard – Architecture has strict qualification requirements. To get onto an architecture degree, you will need to work hard and get strong academic results.
What do Architecture professionals get paid?
Due to the importance of architecture and the high level of skill that the roles require, the salary is quite high. However, bear in mind that salaries can vary depending on the project that you are working on.

Here are the average salaries for some specific roles within the industry, according to Payscale:

Design architect - £33,683
Project architect – £35,710
Project manager, architecture - £35,669
Architectural technologist – £24,591
Architectural technician – £24,333
Architectural designer – £26,545
Landscape architect – £25,264
What qualifications do I need for a career in Architecture?
There really is no way around this one, the only way to become an architect is to gain a degree that is accredited by the RIBA and then complete the necessary years of training. The degree structure for architecture is:

-RIBA Part 1 – A RIBA accredited undergraduate degree in architecture (three or four years)
-Stage 1 practical experience/year out (one year)
-RIBA Part 2 – a two year continuation of your degree (BArch, Diploma or MArch) at your previous university or a different one (two years)
-Stage 2 practical experience – (one year minimum)
-RIBA Part 3 – final qualifying exam

However, you can become an architectural technician with a HND or foundation degree in architectural technology. To get onto these courses, you will need at least a pass at GCSE in English, maths and a science.
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