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Former Part 2 Architecture student, to commence Part 3 September 2014.
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An enthusiastic, conscientious and motivated person with previous office, studio and writing experience using excellent communication and organisation skills. Gained valuable experience where he has demonstrated his ability at Masters Level within Architecture and Conservation, showing a clear thirst for knowledge. Works extremely well under pressure whilst paying close attention to detail and keeping to strict deadlines. Has experience with a number of computer-based programmes and possesses the ability to produce work that is aesthetically pleasing and of a high standard. Has excellent communication skills and can easily work independently or as a team player. Is a hard working and calm person, who possesses a passion for Architecture, Conservation, Architectural History, Art & Design.
An effective team member, with excellent communication skills and who is committed to further training and development. Is articulate, organised, well presented and has a personal disposition. Has a professional approach to work and is a resourceful problem solver. Well developed IT skills. Has a good knowledge of windows & Apple Mac. Have various programming skills in Auto CAD, Vector Works, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop CS, Publisher, Sketch Up, and Power Point.
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