Careers in the Built Environment

April 16, 2019
1 min read

Careers in the Built Environment

The Skill Framework for the Built Environment includes career pathways for vertical and lateral progression for advancement and growth. Eight tracks have been identified, covering 49 job roles

Architectural AssociateArchitectural AssistantArchitectural ExecutiveArchitectSenior Architectural ExecutiveSenior ArchitectAssociate Director/Principal Architectural Executive Quality Assurance Supervisor / Quality Control Supervisor Production Manager / Assistant Production Manager Quality Assurance Manager / Quality Control Manager / Quality Assurance Engineer / Quality Control Engineer / PlannerSenior Quality Assurance Manager / Senior Quality Control Manager / Senior Planner Senior Production Manager Factory Manager Site Supervisor / Trade Supervisor / Project Coordinator Engineer / Assistant Engineer Assistant Product Manager (Construction) / Construction ManagerSenior Project Manager (Construction) / Project Manager (Construction) Project Director (Construction) Assistant Project Manager / Project Management Executive Project Manager Senior Project Manager Project Director (Project Management) Assistant Specialist (Digital Delivery) Specialist (Digital Delivery) Lead (Digital Delivery) Chief Digital Officer Facilities Technician Building Supervisor Building/Facilities/Property Executive Technical Executive Building/Facilities/Property Officer Technical Officer Facilities Manager/Engineer Senior Facilities Manager Associate Director (Facilities Manager) Director / Managing Director / Chief Executive / General Manager
Built Environment TrackJob Roles
Architectural Consultancy and Design
Construction Management (Production)
Construction Management
Project Management
Digital Delivery Management
Facilities Management
Across all tracks

The vertical and lateral progression pathways are depicted in this diagram. Positions pertaining to the Architectural track require Architect licensing, and a few job roles require digital skills.


Previous Article
Modes of Assessment
© 2024, All Rights Reserved.

Quick Links

Submission TemplatesContact Us