Architect / designer / draught-person
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- Job Listing Date
- 11 Sept 2019
- Otago, Queenstown & Wanaka
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Design & Architecture, Architectural Drafting
About the business
Our team at Passive House Design and Building has over 30 years experience in building construction in New Zealand.
Having used and tested a great variety of building methodologies and designs we are confident in the premium quality products we deliver. From homes to Multi-residential, hotels or commercial projects we can deliver fast, cost effective, building structures that will stand the test of times.
We are proud supporters of NUDURA ICF Insulated Concrete Forms and VIKING ES Certified Passive House Windows.
Nudura is the best ICF and the best building system available in New Zealand today. Nudura walls are highly insulated, strong and durable thanks to the mass of concrete and steel placed within the EPS forms.
About the role
We are a design and build company looking for the right person to join our expanding team. we build energy efficient homes / Passive House Standard homes.
We need an architect or draught-person who is
-Proficient in Sketch Up. The project's dimensions are accommodated according to the blockwork module using an automatic block in SketchUp. This software is also used for creating 3D images and Quantity Survey.
- Proficient level in AutoCad, Revit or ArchiCad to complete design a residential and commercial construction.
We could consider an Entry Level experience person
Benefits and perks
a great package for the right person
Skills and experience
Commercial and Residential experience
-Strong attention to design and details
-Ability to co-ordinate and deliver technical documentation and drawings
-Strong communication skills and the ability to liaise with consultants
-A formal architectural/design qualification is preferred
We could consider an person with Entry Level Experience
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
- How many years' experience do you have as a designer?
- How much notice are you required to give your current employer?