LSI is a Sunday Times Best Company To Work For and is Gold accredited by Investors In People. The Practice has also been a finalist in the AJ100 Employer of the Year Award on multiple occasions and has been named the Best Place to Work in the East of England by the Architects Journal.

We seek to create sustainable, innovative, valuable and positive Architecture that improves lives, builds communities and enhances society, or as we put it – Life Touching Design.

Our clients tell us that they value our professional, collaborative, friendly and creative approach to projects and that our team is great to work with. Our people are happy, highly trained and motivated to deliver the quality design and committed service that we believe our clients should expect. The fact that the majority of our £3.5 million turnover derives from repeat business and framework commissions, is a testament to the quality of our service.

We are always looking for talented and enthusiastic people, who share our values, to join our team. Details of any current vacancies we have at the Practice will be shown below, but if we don’t have any we’d still love to hear from you. For all applications and enquiries, please send your CV with a covering letter to

LSI Architects is an Equal Opportunities Employer and has been listed in the Building Good Employer Guide since 2008, featuring in the top 5 on two occasions.

Job Title

Administration Assistant

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an administrator/receptionist in our Norwich office. The role sits within our central admin team providing excellent administrative support for our technical staff.

Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Assisting with the preparation and presentation of copy material for bid and award submissions
  • General administration including answering telephone enquiries, taking and dealing with messages, photocopying, filing, printing, binding
  • Reception duties including preparing meetings rooms and providing refreshments
  • Document control including data entry, updating spreadsheets, scanning and uploading documents and drawings
  • Booking travel, accommodation and lunches
  • Opening, date stamping and daily distribution of post and taking post to Post Office
  • Ordering stationery and other consumables
  • Word processing including typing letters and copy writing
  • General data entry including inputting and updating spreadsheets
  • Carrying out general research via the internet or relevant publications/journals
  • This full time role is based on a 5 day working pattern

For more information, including person specification and benefits please click here.

To apply, please send in a CV with your portfolio and a covering letter to



Job Title

Part 2 Architectural Assistants

We have fantastic career opportunities available for talented and ambitious Part II Architectural Assistants in both our Norwich and London Offices.

You will need to demonstrate the following:

  • Relevant qualifications/Architectural Assistant Part II
  • Strong design, technical, graphic and 3D modelling skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience in healthcare projects would be an advantage

Benefits include flexible working, pension scheme, profit related pay, annual training allowance, payment of professional subscriptions along with excellent support and development opportunities for Part III qualification and an environment offering a good work-life balance.

Applications can be made by sending a CV and examples of your work to

Job Title

Project Architect – London

We’re looking for an experienced Project Architect (3-5 years PQE) in our London Studio to lead and deliver healthcare projects, varying in size from £50,000 to £10,000,000, for key clients in both the public and private sector.

The candidate will work within the acute healthcare team delivering a number of projects from inception to completion. Experience in dealing with projects on site and development of information packages to a working drawing level of detail is essential. The successful candidate will be expected to keep track of workload, fee forecasting and resourcing for their projects and assist Part I and Part II staff in developing their abilities, while working collaboratively within the practice to develop and share their own skills. Dealing face to face with clients and clinicians will also form a significant part of the role where a very high level of communication and professionalism will be expected.  Experience in refurbishment and working with existing buildings will be an advantage.

Required skills and experience

  • RIBA Part III qualified with 3-5 years PQE
  • Healthcare sector experience, including acute healthcare
  • Demonstrable experience of leading projects from feasibility through planning and to delivery
  • Working knowledge of HBN and HTM
  • Experience of running design and technical reviews
  • Competence in 3D CAD and experience of BIM
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Commercial awareness
  • Excellent technical detailing abilities
  • Excellent understanding of current UK Planning and Building Regulations
  • Ability to plan and strong organisational skills


Competitive remuneration will be supplemented by a generous benefits package

To apply, please send in a CV with your portfolio and a covering letter to

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