Alexandra Horsman, Architect
CZWG is structured as a rounded organisation of interrelationships. Our management team oversee the many facets of architectural practice, covering the key areas of Systems, Management, Business Development, Design and Delivery and focused on the development of staff in order to drive the business forward. All Directors and Associates are involved with and responsible for design projects.
Our employees have always been central to the success of the practice. CZWG fosters an inclusive and collaborative culture where everyone has an important role to play. We value ideas, initiative, trust and rigour. Focus groups have been set up in the key areas of fire safety, sustainability, social value, BIM and MMC enabling teams with specific interests to inform the wider practice. Providing the space and opportunity to cultivate the professional interests and development of our team is key to our future.
We provide support for professional qualifications through memberships, regular CPD sessions, design reviews, site visits, relevant training, design competitions and networking opportunities. We also offer a wide range of personal benefits, including private health insurance, flexible working and our Cycle to Work scheme.
Team outings to recently completely projects, charity events, our summer softball and barbeques, communal lunches, fun runs, involvement in industry events including the London Festival of Architecture, UKREiiF, Footprint+ our annual (and much-anticipated) ‘CZWG Bake-Off’ all make practice life lively and rewarding.
We have a long history of welcoming work experience and summer placements and take part each year in university mentoring programmes and career days. CZWG is committed to encouraging a wider dialogue about the role of architects to the public as well as future members of the industry.
We post any job vacancies on our News page and advertise on Linked In and Instagram. We also welcome speculative applications from talented individuals with relevant experience. To apply, please email us your covering letter with a statement of interest, detail your relevant experience, CV and selected examples of your portfolio in PDF format (less than 10MB), stating your desired architectural post in the subject heading. Please note that all candidates should be eligible to work in the UK. CZWG is an equal opportunities employer.