The culture at Stockwool is one of the things that makes our Practice unique. We have worked hard to create an environment where every member of our team is treated as an individual and where sharing knowledge and working collaboratively is not just encouraged, it’s the norm.

Where will I work?
Our team all work under one roof – in a converted Victorian pump house in Aldgate, east London. The Pump House is a melting pot of creativity and teamwork, where over 70 talented individuals are constantly learning from each other and always striving to do things better.

Will you help me develop professionally?
Yes, you’ll be joining a supportive environment that aims to bring out the best in everyone who works here. Not only will you be able to extend your skills and advance your career with us through our comprehensive staff development programme, you’ll also get the chance to go on our international study tours to destinations of architectural interest.

What about the social life?
As well as regular social and charitable activities, our whole team comes together at the end of every month for Practice Meetings. These are a combination of professional and social – an opportunity for us to bring everyone up to speed with what’s been going on around the Practice over a few drinks.

What kind of people are you looking for?
We want people who believe in their abilities and buy into our ethos; teamplayers who understand what it means to work truly collaboratively, who have great communication skills and who are able to think for themselves.

If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you – please see the opportunities listed below.

We are always on the lookout for talented people who share our values. Speculative applications can be sent to We are an equal opportunities employer.

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Stockwool, as a leading UK architectural practice for urban regeneration, has built up a portfolio of acclaimed projects across the capital and the South East. To us, creating places that enrich all of our lives is everything. Our reputation for quality and exceeding clients’ expectations is built on our belief that successful urban regeneration makes a positive difference to people and communities.

This is a great opportunity for a bright and capable Document Controller to play a vital role in delivering administrative and project support across our fast-paced, professional and creative architecture practice.

We are looking for a flexible and proactive Document Controller with great attention to detail, enthusiasm, initiative and the ability to manage a varied workload. The position will be part-time three days per week (22.5hrs, ideally working Wednesday to Friday) for a minimum nine-month period to start in early March 2020. You will be a confident multi-tasker with a background in an architectural, design or construction environment. Please note that this role is purely administrative and does not include any architectural work.

Project administration and support including:

• Document control and drawing upload in compliance with our protocols
• Setting up and maintaining electronic and physical filing for all projects
• Maintaining up to date project information and records
• Proofreading, editing and formatting documents and reports
• Archiving and maintaining archive database
• Formal submission and uploading of design information to online portals for planning and building control applications and application payments
• Drafting fee letters, project programmes and other project administration
• General admin duties including reception cover
• Developing systems and protocols to respond to changing needs and improve our processes
• Liaison with clients and sub consultants

You will have:

• At least two years relevant experience
• Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal
• A confident and cheerful can-do attitude with bags of common sense
• A methodical approach to work and an eye for detail
• A resourceful nature and efficient way of working
• Strong Microsoft Office skills and knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
• Experience using 4projects, Conject, Asite or other document management portals, would be advantageous
• IT expertise or experience in IT support would be considered advantageous

The culture of our Practice is unique. We have worked hard to create an environment where every member of our team is treated as an individual and where sharing knowledge and working collaboratively is not just encouraged, it’s the norm. If this role excites you, please send your CV with a covering letter to quoting reference STO_DC_FEB20.

We regret that due to the high number of anticipated responses we are unable to respond to unsuccessful applicants. We are an equal opportunities employer. No agencies please.