We are always interested in meeting talented individuals who would be interested in joining our practice.
However, in the current circumstances, we have taken the decision to cease all recruitment, with the exception of the roles described below, until the current health crisis has resolved itself. Further updates on this will be communicated in due course.
While we will not be processing CV’s for the foreseeable future, you are welcome to submit your CV and samples of your work anyway, and these will be reviewed at the appropriate time.
See below for current vacancies.
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris is an equal opportunities employer and treats all job applicants equally, irrespective of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability or religion.
Since September 2017, all of our employees are majority owners of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Ltd through the AHMM Employee Ownership Trust.
Gender pay gap
The Gender Pay Gap reporting regulations came into effect on 5 April 2017, requiring UK organisations with over 250 employees to publish their Gender Pay Gap results annually.
The legislation sets out a precise method by which the gender pay gap should be calculated as well as specifying which figures each company is required to publish. The gender pay gap is determined through sorting employees by their hourly pay, based on their earnings and standard hours as at the snapshot date, and calculating the mean and median pay gap.
AHMM’s Architectural Apprenticeship Scheme
AHMM has been a member of the Apprenticeships in Architecture Trailblazer Group since it was founded in 2016, and offers apprenticeships at level 6 (equivalent to bachelor's degree) and level 7 (equivalent to master's degree). We currently have 4 level 7 apprentices and 1 level 6.
Our apprenticeship scheme for 2020 has now closed and we will not be taking any more applications. Please keep an eye on our website for details regarding 2021 intake, which will be advertised around May / June.
AHMM is currently recruiting for an experienced BIM Manager in our London office, supporting the Digital Design Group to provide additional capacity in supporting projects in their interactions of BIM delivery with client, design and construction teams.
The role requires liaising with external parties, architectural teams and other support departments and will provide knowledge transfer to new and existing staff. The ideal candidate will support projects in advising and mitigate risk around client and contractor BIM requirements.