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Architectural designer (m/f/d) - Singapore

We are looking for the biggest talents and the brightest minds for responsible architecture and urban planning.

 



Excellent design. Sustainable planning. Build green.

ingenhoven architects stands for internationally successful, award-winning architecture. Our office is regarded worldwide as a pioneer of ecologically and conceptually future-oriented buildings. Would you like to join us in promoting these values? Then we look forward to receiving your meaningful application as



Architectural designer (m/f/d) - Singapore


Your duties:

Work closely with the Design team to develop architectural design from concept stage to construction documentation.

Support preparation of conceptual designs, space plans, presentations, design development.

Coordinate with client team, project manager, construction manager and others to develop design deliverables


Your skill set:

Minimum 3 years post-graduate working experience in an international architecture office

Professional degree (Master’s) in Architecture

Several years of professional experience with complex and demanding projects

Strong design skills and sound construction knowledge– illustrated in a comprehensive portfolio

Experience working on BIM/ Revit projects

Computer skills should include REVIT, Rhino, Microstation, Illustrator, and Photoshop;

Knowledge of Grasshopper/Dynamo is a plus

Fluent in English / good knowledge of German is an advantage

Self-Motivated, pro-active and comfortable working in a fast-paced environment

Confident working in an international organization


Our offer:

A competitive salary ranging 4,000-6,000 SGD per month, healthcare benefits and opportunities for long-term career development.


We are looking forward to your application (as PDF with max. 5 MB) with covering letter, CV, certificates, relevant portfolio, and an indication of your salary expectation as well as possible joining date to Mr. Olaf Kluge


The position is to be filled by March 2022 at the latest.


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