Opportunity for Intermediate/Senior Architectural Technologist with firm in Vancouver
Your new company
This mid-size firm is located in Vancouver, and has a reputation of providing a full range of projects from private to the public sector. It has been in business for the past 30 years, and cultivates a reputation of high quality design, management, and technical proficiency. They have projects in residential, high-rise and mid-rise, commercial and mixed use.
Your new role
Working and collaborating with the team, you will be working in a great friendly/family orientated office. You will be part of a creative team environment. It's a relaxed work place that enjoys socializing and social activities. The projects you will be working on will be design focused with a high level of technical abilities. The successful applicant will be able to grow and develop with the company.
What you'll need to succeed
The successful candidate will have a minimum 5+ years' experience. Be technically savvy, proficient in AutoCAD and/or Revit, and have a good solid interest and ability in drawings and detailing. You will have experience with preparation drawings, consultant coordination, and liaising with clients and authorities. The successful candidate should also have a good knowledge of BCBC and VBBL. You will also have experience with mixed-use/residential high-rise and low-rise projects.
What you'll get in return
An excellent opportunity awaits the successful candidate, including a competitive salary based on experience, an amazing work environment with opportunity for growth and advancement
What you need to do now
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