Timber Frame Designer

July 20, 2024

Job Description

Timber Frame Designer

Location: Irvine, Ayrshire

Salary: Very Competitive + Excellent Benefits

The Client

Our client is a prominent wood processing company, providing a comprehensive range of sawn softwood products, catering to construction, pallet, fencing, and packaging sectors.

The Role:

As a Timber Frame Designer, you will report to Design Manager and oversee the design of timber frame structures while working closely with the client, client representatives and internal production team.


  • Create technical and construction drawings.
  • Produce manufacturing information.
  • Coordinate design info with project timelines.
  • Liaise with consultants and suppliers.
  • Support site teams for compliance.
  • Maintain customer relationships.


  • Previous experience working in a similar role.
  • Ideally have at least 2 years of post-qualification experience.
  • Understanding of current Scottish Planning & Building Standards Regulations.
  • Skilled in AutoCAD software and Microsoft Office suite.
  • Able to read and understand architectural / engineering drawings.
  • Awareness of CDM Regs and NHBC Standards.
  • Background in timber design would be preferred.

Apply now for this exceptional opportunity to work with a dynamic team and further enhance your career.

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