Exciting News! Hewitt&Carr Group is on the hunt for talented individuals to join our growing team! We have 3 amazing positions available that could shape your future! Don’t miss your chance toignite your career.
If you are:
A creative Digital Marketer?
£22,000 to £30,000 per annum. Full time 37 hours a week, with early finish on Fridays.
An ambitious Building Surveyor
£30,000 per annum. Full time 37 hours a week, with early finish on Fridays.
An experienced Architect/Technologist
We need you with us at the Hewitt&Carr Group
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Mark gained his MCIAT in 2009 following a valuable 22 years experience working for a busy Stoke-on-Trent based architectural practice.
During this time he obtained extensive experience in a multitude of areas, from domestic projects, extensions, new build and housing developments to the commercial sector, hotels, hospitals and offices.
Born and raised in the market town of Cheadle, Staffordshire, Mark is a family man whose work locally in the Staffordshire Moorlands and surrounding districts, especially in the residential sector, has earned Mark an excellent reputation for a high quality and reliable architectural service.
2011 – Present Hewitt & Carr Architects1989 – 2011 Hulme Upright Ltd.
Simon joined Hewitt & Carr Architects in June 2012 after completing a period of work experience while studying for his Foundation Degree in Construction at Stoke-on-Trent College.
Stevan has joined Hewitt & Carr Architects to head up the small works and residential team, having clocked up 37 years’ experience working for busy architectural practices in Stoke-on-Trent and Manchester.
Kate studied architecture at Manchester & LJMU, and has since gained a variety of experience working for practices in the North Staffordshire area. In 2013 she decided to return to university to study towards a conservation degree, before joining HCA in October 2015. She currently works primarily on the practice’s residential and historic building projects.
Kate qualified as an architect in 2017, and is now looking to add to her RIBA conservation registration with full AABC and IHBC accreditation in the coming years.
Hannah studied construction in the built environment at Derby college whilst completing her NVQ and BTEC level 3 diploma whilst working for an architectural practice in leek for 2 years before joining HCA in March 2018 gaining important work experience towards her degree which she is studying part time at the University of Derby to become a qualified Architectural Technologist.
Emma started her career in 2003 in a busy Stoke-on-Trent based Solicitors as an office Junior, and through hard work and experience she worked to become a Case Manager in the Conveyancing Department.
In 2011 Emma took time out of work to bring up her children before returning to work in 2015, when she began her new journey here at Hewitt & Carr Architects as an Administration Assistant. Since working for Hewitt & Carr Architects Emma has gained her NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Business and Administration and level 2 Diploma in IT user skills.
David studied Construction Management at Cauldon College, Stoke-on-Trent in the eighties and joined HCA in April 2017. He has gained 36 years’ experience working for practices in Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent and Manchester, involved mainly on commercial, leisure and healthcare. Over the last 17 years he has specialised in Listed Church work for a large local diocese.
Billie studied Architecture at the University of Lincoln and joined HCA in August 2016. She is expanding her experience of the profession and studying for her part 2 qualification part time.
Natalie is a creative and experienced architect with eight years training together with six years spent working in a busy Stoke-on-Trent based Architectural practice. She gained her BA (Hons) in Architectural Design and Management from Northumbria University in 2005, before studying towards her BArch (Hons) at De Montfort University, Leicester. She qualified as an architect with RIBA accreditation in April 2011.
Her creative design flair and knowledge of computer software has enabled her to bring modern architecture and graphic presentation to the forefront of her work, and helped in securing some complex planning approvals.
She has worked on a wide variety of projects across a range of sectors, from residential and commercial to leisure and healthcare. Her work locally in Stafford and Stoke-on-Trent, most notably on a multi-million-pound mixed-use regeneration projects, was received by clients, residents and local authorities alike.
2011 – Present Hewitt & Carr Architects2005 – 2011 Hulme Upright Ltd.Summer 2003 RyderHKS International
David studied Fine Art at Staffordshire University and Architecture at the University of Bath. He is a certified architect with 15 years of professional experience working for North Staffordshire and South Cheshire practices.
On the left is Horatio Tugsworth of Forsbrook, affectionally known as Tugger. Infamous in these parts for his dashing good looks and caring nature, he brings a smile to all in the office. He is always willing to give a helping paw to a situation and loves archipupping to ensure everyone is on track, he likes to believe he’s the one in charge.
Pictured right is Matilda of Glossip, she goes by many names to suit the many facets to her character including, but not limited to… ‘Tilly Tot,’ ‘Tilson,’ ‘Tootie bear’ and ‘Toot del a fruit’ if she’s feeling French. She is the long suffering little sister of Tugger but this mischievious little charmer can lift the spirits of any colleague even with her brother’s bottom in the way! To clarify, Tilly is always in charge.
Nathan studied a BTEC Level 3 diploma in construction and the built environment at Stoke Studio college. Then moving on to doing a degree at the University of Derby studying Architectural technology. He has also gained experience at a construction company in Uttoxeter for 7 years before moving to HCA in March 2022.
Mark started at a well-established Staffordshire Architectural Practice in 1999, Where he started a work placement with 1 day a week of study at Stoke College in Burslem. Once Mark was qualified, he moved onto gaining his professional recognition and chartership with CIAT. Following that work placement, he worked at the City Council’s construction services department followed by other well-established practices in Lichfield and Stoke-on-Trent, finally joining HCA in June 2021. Over the years Mark has built up a great deal of experience in Construction, Project Running and Procurement methods.