Graduate of Architecture, Sydney

Changing the way people live, work and play, Allen Jack + Cottier (AJ+C) is a Sydney-based practice for architecture, urban design and interiors. Over six decades the practice has created some of Australia’s most innovative, celebrated and sustainable environments in education, sport, housing, community and urban design.

The purpose of this role is to contribute to the production of design and building documentation across all phases of a project. Revit experience is essential for this role.

Experience and skills required:

  • • Minimum 1-2 years’ postgraduate experience
  • • Proficiency in Revit
  • • Demonstrated documentation and detailing experience
  • • Understanding of BCA, Australian Standards and development controls
  • • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • • Experience across different project types will be considered
  • • Dynamo, Grasshopper, Rhino, Adobe Creative Cloud Skills

Key duties & responsibilities:

  • • Assist with producing high quality design and building documentation from conceptual plans to complete documentation packages
  • • Deliver work within the project requirements, deadlines, scope, and fee
  • • Develop and draw to integrate / coordinate designs of other consultants

Benefits of AJ+C:

  • • Being part of an Award-winning practice
  • • Collaborative and supportive team environment across diverse projects
  • • Flexible working environment including working from home arrangements
  • • Training, mentoring and professional development
  • • Participate in design workshops and get your ideas heard
  • • Social in house and online events

We work flexibly at AJ+C and will be happy to discuss with you various options. Only candidates with the right to work in Australia should apply to this role. This is a contract role with an option to transition to permanent for the right person. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No recruitment agencies please.
To apply please email with the subject line “Graduate of Architecture”