Location: WFH - Central London
Job Sector: Architecture / Interior Design
Period: 1 - 3 months
Remote Internship: Yes
Languages: English (Default)
Description: Mentor-Mi is supporting 'HERE' property developers in providing an Architectural Planning work experience: At 'Here' we are property developers working on various commercial and residential projects. We are looking for a planning architectural assistant to join us for an internship to assist with research and planning application preparations for the development projects which we are involved in. If you have a passion for architecture, design, planning and love the idea of being involved with a new build development project and are looking for a new challenge to broaden your experience, then this opportunity is for you. This opportunity would give the right person to experience working on a development project. Typical tasks will involve: • Assisting with research into national and local planning policies. • Evaluating feedback from the local authority and assisting with design amendments if required. • Researching and familiarising yourself with development proposal and the local area. • Assist with planning drawings when required. Qualifications The ideal candidate: • Students and Graduates looking to gain experience in the practical aspect of their degree. (Also open to other individuals who want to gain experience/ further their work portfolio) • Part I or II qualified architect or equivalent is desirable. • Knowledge of NPPF • Excellent working knowledge of Autocad and photoshop • Revit, sketch up desirable • Passionate about property, planning, design and the ability to design • Strong work ethic, motivated • Positive 'can do' attitude • Interested and open-minded to the challenges of working for a small start-up • Enjoys multi-tasking with excellent time-management skills • Adaptable and flexible • Able to work independently and handle the workload • Professional attitude • Strong desire to learn • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Flexible and adaptable approach. What we require from you: • Be available to work 6 hours a week - all training will be given. • Be over 18 and be eligible to work in the UK. • Can work from home and meet if required. • Have access to a computer & internet and basic architectural software (this will not be provided). • Because of the nature of the role, you'll have to work from home. • Be professional and confident • Have a positive can-do attitude.