Chartered Architectural Technologists (MCIAT) are specialists in building design and construction with particular expertise in the sound technical performance of buildings. A fully qualified Architectural Technologist has demonstrated his or her technical competence through the only qualifying body for Architectural Technologists; The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT). Technologists will often progress to become Technical Managers, Design Managers, Project Managers and Technical Directors. We place technologists with a wide variety of clients throughout the design, property and construction industry.
Interviews give the person you're meeting clear ideas about what you can do for their company and why they should hire you. This is your only opportunity to sell yourself; so carefully-considered, well-structured answers are crucial.
For Senior Architects looking for a new role, or contemplating a move to Director level, these interview tips for senior, partner level architect roles will ensure you show your true worth at interview.
Are architects a dying breed? A 2011 RIBA report suggested they could be. Just a few years later, it is clear architects are in high demand, though architects roles are evolving rapidly with technology and changes in their role.