Join Our Team

We welcome speculative applications from talented people keen to join our teams in both London and Manchester. If you’d like to work with us to create award-winning buildings, spaces and landscapes – and would enjoy our collaborative and creative environment, attractive salary and benefits, and opportunities for real career progression – please contact us on

Levitt Bernstein is an equal opportunities employer, and we are committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion and welcome applications from all members of the community.

Most of our design work uses 3D modelling so a knowledge of Revit is an advantage for all architectural positions and excellent design and strong communication skills are essential.

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We ensure that everyone in the Practice has the tools and confidence to continually grow. For all new staff, development starts with a thorough induction and skills assessment to determine training requirements. Our structured annual review process includes goal setting and an individualised training programme, whether for software, management or project-related skills.

We encourage a culture of active learning which allows the Practice to stay abreast of current thinking and remain relevant in light of changes within our various sectors. This is implemented by our CPD programme, knowledge sharing sessions and targeted training.

We also offer remote working, flexitime, profit share, study trips, a mentoring programme, enhanced pension contributions, permanent health insurance, group life cover, an employee assistance programme, cycle to work scheme, Techscheme, wellbeing support, sport and social activities, research opportunities and an inclusive and welcoming environment.

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Architectural Assistant or newly qualified Architect

With one to three years’ post-Part 2 experience. Good all-rounder with excellent design and presentation skills.

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Technical Coordinator (potentially part-time)

To provide support to the CDM Lead and our design teams across all studios. Ensure compliance with our statutory duties and manage our quality management (QMS) processes. Attention to detail and high level of accuracy required. Previous experience necessary.

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Urban Designer

With a postgraduate degree in urban design or related qualification, with at least three years’ post-graduate experience. The role requires a track record of UK-based project-running at all stages, preferably with regeneration and housing experience. Good knowledge of urban design best practice and UK planning policy is essential.

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Landscape Year Out

With excellent presentation skills and can-do attitude, to work on an exciting breadth of live projects.

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