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If you’re a BIM Manager looking for new job opportunities in the architectural industry, look no further. is a specialist job board that connects talented BIM Managers with some of the UK’s most prominent architecture firms.

Our job board showcases a full list of current job opportunities for BIM Managers in the UK. We work with leading architecture firms to provide a wide range of job vacancies, giving you the chance to find the perfect role that matches your skills and experience. Whether you’re looking for a permanent or temporary role, full-time or part-time, we have options available for you.

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    Frequently asked questions about BIM Manager Job roles in Architecture

    A Key Player in Architectural Projects. BIM (Building Information Modelling) is a process that helps project teams manage information and data throughout the entire life cycle of a project. As such, BIM Managers play a crucial role in ensuring that this essential information is accurately coordinated to help minimise risk and cost while reducing construction times.

    BIM Managers are responsible for leading a team of BIM Coordinators and overseeing the BIM strategy and implementation for an entire architectural practice. Their primary responsibility is to ensure that the project-related data and information are accurately managed to support design teams. BIM Managers are also involved in attending client meetings to showcase the practice’s BIM strategy.

    A full understanding of UK BIM Standards is essential, and BIM Managers should have an in-depth knowledge of design principles and construction processes. They should also have advanced-level expertise in Autodesk Revit, experience in project-level BIM coordination, and managing architectural teams in BIM workflows.

    At Architecture, we provide a salary guide for architects to help ensure candidates are getting the right wage. According to our guide, BIM Managers can expect to earn between £45,000 to £65,000 per year within the architecture industry in the UK.