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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Marketing and Communications Manager (Maternity Cover)

Stockwool is one of the UK’s leading architecture practices for urban regeneration. Over the last 25 years, we have 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.

We are looking for a proactive Marketing Coordinator or Manager to cover up to a 12 month period of maternity leave. Reporting directly to the Partners and Practice Manager, you will lead all aspects of our marketing strategy with overall responsibility for growing and protecting our brand. You will need an organised approach to anticipate, prioritise and plan a busy workload and competently manage the demands of a fast-paced, professional and creative office.

Duties will include:

  • Developing marketing strategies and budgets
  • Chairing monthly marketing meeting and preparing reports/tracking logs
  • Ensuring brand compliance across all documents/communications
  • Identifying new business opportunities and preparing SQ/ITT/RFP tender documents
  • Producing impactful presentations and documents for new business pitches and client meetings
  • Creating and maintaining project data, image library and profile sheets
  • Organising the photography of completed projects
  • Writing and distributing press releases and measuring press exposure
  • Identifying award opportunities and preparing submissions
  • Organising events including our client Christmas party
  • Coordinating and monitoring attendance at industry events
  • Creating/sourcing content for our website and social media channels
  • Coordinating our biannual charitable programme
  • Taking an active role in internal communications – updating our internal homepage and coordinating the monthly Practice Meeting

You will have:

  • a marketing degree or equivalent
  • previous experience in a similar role, ideally within the architecture industry
  • excellent project management skills
  • proven verbal and written communication skills
  • a firm grasp of digital communications
  • strong Adobe Creative Suite skills and Mac literate
  • an understanding of OJEU procurement processes
  • creative flair and a sharp eye for detail

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. We are looking for someone who can start at the end of August and will consider candidates looking for full time or part time hours – please state this in your application.

Please send your CV and covering letter to stating reference STO_MMJUN19.