BPTW is a great place to work. Our London-based studio offers an open, collaborative and interactive working environment, which promotes the sharing of ideas and enables creativity to flourish. With a strong focus on teamwork, our culture promotes inclusivity across all levels, reflected in our 50:50 gender balance and recognition by the AJ100 as one of the most diverse architecture practices in the UK.
We value those who have a positive impact on our work, and provide a unique and exciting team-working environment with great career development opportunities.
We are always looking for talented new additions to our teams. If you would like to work with us, please send a covering letter, some examples of your work, and your CV by email to email@example.com.
Please clearly indicate the position that you are applying for in the subject line of your email, as this helps us when we are reviewing applications.
The BPTW team enjoy a number of benefits including:
- Pension plan
- Health scheme
- Insurances – income protection, critical illness and life insurance cover
- Public transport season ticket loan
- Cycle to work initiative
- Competitive rates on private medical insurance
- Financial advisors
Social and Well-being
At BPTW we place a strong emphasis on the physical and mental well-being of our staff, to promote a good work/life balance. Our social committee ensures that activities take place across the year, with staff encouraged to put forward ideas. Key events in our calendar include:
- Monthly socials held on the last Friday of every month.
- Pizza in the Park: an annual summer event held at Greenwich Park
- Annual practice away days including trips abroad
- Whole office Christmas party
- Allowance for 4 team socials a year
- Annual Welsh walking trip
- Yoga, tennis clubs, and football games
We have been Investors in People accredited for 15 years and listed in Building Magazine’s Good Employers Guide for the past 4 years; a recognition of the focus we place on staff welfare.
Giving something back
BPTW is passionate about making a positive contribution to the communities in which we work. As part of our CSR policy we set up our ‘Giving Something Back’ initiative, through which we are able to support charities and organisations with donations, volunteering and fundraising activities. We actively support the architectural community through work experience programmes and sponsoring events by organisations such as WISH (Women in Social Housing), while also undertaking pro-bono work in support of local community initiatives.
As a practice we support personal charitable efforts and work together to help two local homelessness charities; the 999 Club and the Greenwich Winter Night Shelter.