Do you want to join the first division in bridge and mobility architecture?
Ansøgningsfrist 31. maj 2023
Join our international mobility team in Copenhagen. Dissing+Weitling is looking for a skilled architect with at least five years of experience in developing bridges, stations and infrastructure design, from concepts to detail design.
Over the past 30 years, Dissing+Weitling has worked its way up to become one of the world’s leading architecture firms within bridge design and mobility. To date, the firm has been involved in more than 400 bridge and site development projects in 60 countries across six continents. We now have a vacant position, so if you have the right skills and desire to work in the first division of international bridge architecture, now is your time.
As our new colleague, you will be a key member of our bridge design team, designing all scales of bridges and other structures located all over the world. Your primary tasks will be developing concepts, sketching solutions and following the project in additional phases in close collaboration with the project team. Our work in the field of station design increases, therefore, experience in this field is considered a plus.
We are looking for a colleague with the following qualifications:
Dissing+Weitling’s portfolio includes all types of bridges, ranging from small-scale foot and bicycle bridges such as the award-winning Bicycle Snake in Copenhagen, over remarkable mechanical road bridges such as the Hising Bridge in Gothenburg, to record-breaking landmark spans such as The Great Belt Link in Denmark and Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong.
Besides mobility and bridge work, Dissing+Weitling designs headquarters, workspaces, housing and hotels, and we also work within transformation and the built cultural heritage.
Please send your application with cover letter, CV and a portfolio of your work (max 8 mb) to email@example.com – marked “Mobility Architect”. Applications can be in English or Danish.
We want to fill the position as soon as possible. For questions regarding the position, please contact Jesper Henriksen, architect and partner firstname.lastname@example.org