A fresh, clean and simple architecture CV template that makes an impression with prospective employers. A very subtle border surrounds the page - this is of course optional and can be removed by visiting the 'Page Layout' tab in Word and clicking the 'Page Borders' button. Overall we've designed this template to be clean and free from graphical elements but also, to stand out from a pile of CVs - in the right way. The font is deliberately traditional, compensating for the less traditional large headings and subtle style elements.
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JOSEPHINE BLOGGS, MCIAT
1234 THE STREET, LONDON N1S | TEL 123 456 78 99
JOSEPHINE@BLOGGS.COM | WWW.JOSEPHINEBLOGGS.COM | LINKEDIN: @JOSIEBLOGGS
I am a Chartered Architectural Technologist (MCIAT) with sound design/technical knowledge and 9 years of experience. I have proven experience working projects from post-planning permission stage through to final account, with emphasis on client, consultant liaison, the production of detailed technical working drawings and on-site contract administration. My work history demonstrates a solid previous track record in leading and working on both medium and large sized projects throughout the RIBA plan of work, from inception to completion (RIBA 0-7). I use AutoCAD and BIM (Revit) producing design and details to BIM Level 2. A portfolio of work is attached.
SENIOR ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGIST
Building Solutions Limited, Nottingham May 2016 – date
- In this role I am required to run projects across a very diverse range of sectors.
- My responsibilities vary dependent upon the individual projects but at all times, I work both as part of a team of 7, and as an individual.
- I take projects from initial planning drawings and carry them all the way through to completion.
- I create technical working drawing packages and liaise with contractors as necessary.
- I also enjoy getting involved with clients from initial stages.
Competent Solutions Limited, Nottingham Sep 2012 – April 2016
- Managing a team of 3 architectural technologists
- Preparing design and construction documents, and making amendments as required
- Completing drawings for planning and building regulation, amending where needed
- Offering technical and design support as required
- Managing budgets and deadlines, identifying and resolving issues as they arise.
Building For You Limited, Nottingham July 2010 – Aug 2012
- Producing exceptional quality tender and construction drawing packages efficiently and on time.
- Supporting projects, applying my technical knowledge and understanding of factors that might affect the development in relation to the site and relevant regulatory requirements.
- Reporting to the project leader, carrying out site visits when required to check on progress.
- Engaging with contractors, handling requests for information and queries from the site using my project and construction knowledge.
The Chartered Insitute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) | 2015
BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology (Upper Second Class Hons)
Birmingham City University | 2008 – 2010
A Level Physics (A), Design & Tech (A), Construction (A)
Birmingham City College | 2006 – 2008
- 7+ years of experience in Revit and Autocad (advanced)
- Motivated and driven to succeed with the ability to work at pace and with energy.
- Strong communication skills including project reporting.
- Ability to multitask, working on a number of projects and manage both my time and that of my team.
When I’m not at work, I enjoy taking long walks with my dog in the countryside. I love cycling and also indoor climbing.
References are available on request.
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NB: This CV template was originally published on 11th November 2016 and has been updated for 2019.
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