BIM Coordinator

Gort Scott are seeking a BIM Coordinator to provide technical support to project teams, with potential to grow into a BIM Manager role.

The successful candidate will assist in defining the BIM process of a project; provide the project with a technical level of support as to how these processes can be implemented; enable the team to achieve a Level 2 BIM status and contribute to establishing and managing that workflow. The candidate may be assigned to a single project or may cover multiple smaller projects. They will report to the Integrated Technology Group and work closely with project BIM leads.

Job description here.

Gort Scott is an equal opportunities employer committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees. We aspire to having a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, disabled, and women candidates as these groups are underrepresented throughout the architecture profession.

How to apply

If you think this role is for you, please apply by sending a covering letter with your CV to for the attention of Annabel Rootes. Please mention where you saw the advert.

Application deadline: Wednesday 30th November 2022
We regret that we can only respond to successful candidates.
No CVs over 5MB. No agencies.

Summer Work Experience

Gort Scott runs an annual summer work experience programme from July to August for students aged 14-18 years. During your placement you will learn the fundamentals of working in an architecture practice and gain an understanding of what the job involves. You will be allocated a mentor who will support you as you respond to a brief and design your own project.

We will consider students for work experience at other times throughout the year, depending on workload.

To apply please send a CV and brief cover letter detailing why you are interested in architecture to:

We are particularly keen to offer places to those from under-represented and minority groups.