When you join Cameron Chisholm Nicol you become a part of Western Australia’s longest-established architectural practice. We know we are only as good as our people, and every member of our team is important to us.
We offer a vibrant and inclusive culture, with the opportunity to work on interesting projects across a range of scales and sectors. We actively encourage our staff to learn and grow professionally, as well as to participate in the social life of our studio.
We believe in practicing what we preach. We are a City Switch company and have an in-house Design and Sustainability Committee. We support charities through fundraising via regular social events, and foster design culture through our student awards and Open House Perth.
If you are like-minded, and want to work in an environment where you get back what you put in, we welcome career enquiries.
Please note that if you wish to upload your resume, you will need to do so from a computer and not from a mobile phone.What we expect & provide
General Career Enquiry
Cameron Chisholm Nicol is always on the lookout for talented people to join our team. If you share our passion for great design and think you can make a contribution to our practice, please forward you details. We will contact you if a suitable role becomes available.
Senior interior designer / architectWe invite applications from interested candidates with the prerequisite skills and ambition to join our Perth office. The Senior Interior Designer/Architect must:
- have a minimum 5 to 6 years post-graduate experience;
- have a proven track record in delivering commercial, retirement living/aged care and multi-residential architecture projects;
- demonstrate strong leadership capabilities involved with challenging projects from inception to completion;
- have a willingness to take ownership of projects;
- have skills to facilitate and manage multiple project deliverables in a timely manner to meet deadlines;
- possess and demonstrate creative, strong design and presentation skills;
- be an excellent communicator with an ability to work closely with clients, directors, colleagues, suppliers and contractors; and,
- have CAD based documentation skills in Revit, including joinery detail experience.
What we expect
We expect you to have a genuine passion for design. We expect you to be interested in learning new skills, to have an enquiring mind and to be able to work as part of a team. We expect you to appreciate that even the smallest detail is part of the big picture, and to take responsibility for your contribution regardless of scale. We expect you to care – about your work, about the people around you and about the environment.
What we provide
Ongoing training and mentoring
We provide in-house training on the latest versions of architectural software. A mentoring programme assists with architectural registration and the development of on–going career goals.
Annual reviews provide every staff member with the opportunity to receive feedback on their performance, and discuss their workplace experience and aspirations.
A family-friendly culture
We value a balanced life and understand that family comes first. We avoid overtime, but in the event that additional working hours are required we offer time–off–in–lieu.
Our studio is above the Hay Street Mall and is easily accessible by public transport. We are right in the heart of the city’s expanding array of shops, eating places, bars, and entertainment and cultural venues.
Modern office environment
Our workplace – the adaptive re-use of a heritage building designed by George Temple Poole – is a light and airy space equipped with up–to–date workstations, excellent amenities and a great coffee machine.
A vibrant culture
We hold regular staff information sessions and presentations, at which we share projects and listen to guest speakers. Afternoon drinks on Fridays and quarterly lunches provide the opportunity to socialise in a relaxed environment.