Cork County Council and the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland are inviting applications for the Architectural Graduate Training Scheme.
The Training Scheme is designed for recent graduates, who have a recognised qualification in architecture. The training scheme will have places with starting dates from May 2014. The selection process will be shortlisting for competitive interview in April 2014. At this time, we are recruiting for three architectural graduate positions.
The training scheme will provide practical experience for those wishing to prepare for the DIT or UCD Examination in Professional Practice.
Placement, in Cork County Council, will be for 36 months only, at a salary of €30,000 per annum.
The Architect’s Department of Cork County Council provides a full Architectural and Urban Design Service to the organisation, including planning services to the 9 towns councils, through the design, construction and conservation of significant wide range Capital Projects like Civic Libraries, Civic Offices, Municipal Swimming Pool, Art Centres, Fire Stations. Architectural Graduates will assist the Senior Architect with sketch design brief development, planning application drafting, detailed tender stage drafting. Graduates will gain experience assisting the Senior Architect in design team meetings, on site, delivering public presentations and collaborating within the organisation with Planners, Engineers, Conservation professionals and Archaeologists as required.
Applicants must have a full, clean driving licence and have access to a car as travel within the Cork County Council area might be required.
For further information and an application form please contact:
8, Merrion Square
Tel. (01) 669 1462
Closing Date for applications is 12 noon on Tuesday 22 April 2014.