Our company is the Greek branch of Delsk Group based in Athens. Delsk Group was founded in 2008 and over the years has established its presence by partnering with over 750 enterprises across the globe.

We expertise in the design, construction and development of plots, alteration and redevelopments of buildings in Athens city center and suburbs. We create building structures focusing in luxury design and top quality materials. Construction has been one of the main goals of our company: we are already working on 50 construction and renovation projects and we are planning to take over more than 30 projects in the following three years.


The Role:

We are seeking an Architect to join our team in Athens, able to create designs for new construction projects, alterations and redevelopments.

The ideal candidate must have deep knowledge of the local building regulations and be able to deliver designs according to budget constraints, environmental factors and company needs.


Key Responsibilities:

-Architectural synthesis and design of residential projects
-Coordinate and monitor building permit approval procedures
-Liaise with managers to determine objectives, requirements and budget for new construction projects, alterations and redevelopments
-Preparation of architect studies, building permit file and tec specs/construction drawings preparation


-University Degree in Architecture
-Deep knowledge of the building codes and regulations
-High skills in architectural synthesis
-7 years of related professional experience.
-Excellent communication skills in Greek & English, both written and spoken.
-Proficient user of AutoCAD and MS Office
-Team oriented personality
-Driving License required


-Working in a friendly environment in the city center
-Career opportunities within a multinational organization

Tagged as: senior architect

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