We think our schemes are things of beauty, and we use the best construction visualisation techniques to make sure we can communicate that.
That’s why we need a 3D Visualiser or somebody with a computer animation and visualisation background who’s worked in construction to work on our high rise, high quality projects in central London.
Our growing team is a great place to learn. Ketan (your manager) has been in the business for 10 years and Kyrin (your teammate) for four, both have loads of experience in 3D visuals and 4D animations and have been instrumental in producing compelling digital media to visualise and plan what’s happening across our projects (all the way from construction methodology to moving people in).
We use this work to help us perfect our plans internally, and to communicate what’s going on for residents, JV partners and other audiences. Because of this, you’ll be collaborating not just with the wider planning team but also marketing, sales, resident engagement and customer services. The business is growing (construction turnover is doubling and our partners want to do more work with us in the future) and the demand for brilliant, creative visualisations is also growing, so there’s loads of potential here for you and for the future expansion of the team. We’re constantly looking at what software is right for us (we’ve been using 3DS Max / Synchro Pro and are innovating with game engine platforms like Unity), and how we stretch the capabilities of the technology we have – “it’ll do” will never do, here. So if that’s appealing to you, and you love to build relationships, this could be a great new place for you.
Our culture is really different, too. We’re all about candid conversations that help us grow and a wish to give responsibility and support, not to micromanage. You’ll be giving and getting feedback from day one, because we think it’s the fastest way to learn and to build trust. We want to be challenged by you, too – we hate unnecessary hierarchy and “my way or the highway” has no place here.
So, if you’ve got the passion and visualisation skills, are a software guru and prepared to think outside the box, applying your digital groove to generate compelling visualisations then we would love to hear from you!
What we do: We’ve worked in partnership for 30 years to create outstanding places in London. We’re growing, with our construction turnover doubling, and with a pipeline of new projects where we’re raring to get started and make a difference.
Why we’re here: We’re here to pursue better, differently.
Better: One of The Sunday Times’ “100 Best Small Companies to Work For” for over a decade, winner of multiple Pride In The Job and WhatHouse awards for our people and the quality of our homes, and proud to have the nation’s best site in our ranks (winning the highest possible marks across the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s five areas – the first site ever to do so in 22 years of the CCS).
Differently: Our culture is unusual. Different means more transparent with information. More direct with feedback that helps us all grow. More rigorous about setting goals, then giving more freedom to go and achieve them. It’s definitely not for everyone. We don’t hire know-it-alls, we hire “learn-it-alls”. As our CEO, Killian, says: “We work hard to find people who thrive on context and responsibility, rather than rules and procedures. We then work like owner managers, not a leader and a load of helpers.”
Benefits: Private medical insurance for you and your family through Vitality (including discounts on spa breaks, cinema tickets and your food shopping, free Starbucks, 50% off Virgin Active Membership and more).
Income Protection Insurance to help you cope financially if you’re unable to work due to illness or injury, Life Assurance equivalent to four times your salary, one additional wellbeing day on top of your annual leave & Bank Holidays and enhanced maternity and paternity leave.
We think the best benefit of being here is the learning culture and the ability to make a real difference – we dislike hierarchy and politics, and “not my job” isn’t in our vernacular. Which means if you really care about raising the bar and really want to feel connected to the end product, as opposed to like a cog in a big machine, this could be the place for you to grow your career
To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.