Locri cares about your career

We believe in nurturing the careers of architecture, ecology and urban planning professionals in a way that is not only ethical, but productive—good for them, good for their studios, good for the profession.

It’s about time for someone new in recruitment.

Built on a foundation of strong ethics, belief in the importance of positive social impact and transparent governance, we operate as a ‘business for good’.

Our approach to service quality and delivery puts people above profit and relationships before targets. We are valuable partners in the growth of your career or your business.

Locri is an alternative to mainstream recruitment practices.

Our Ethos

Careers first…
everything else

Genuine interest and investment in every candidate’s future is central to our model.

Our long-term focus ensures our aims are never compromised by short term commercial pressures – it’s not about getting positions filled, but about fulfilment throughout the whole career journey.

Locri consultants are experienced, independent specialists in their respective fields – protective of their reputation for nurturing candidates’ careers, providing expert guidance, and securing companies the best people.

Our knowledge, built up over decades, of different studios, of opportunities for development and how best to approach them, brings great advantage all round.

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People we’ve helped

Having listened accurately Zoe knew exactly the type of environmental consultancy that would be the right fit for me. It felt like we were working as a team to look carefully at the opportunities she found in my area. I am now within a multi-disciplinary team that are supporting my expertise and enabling the growth of my skills

Christian Daems – Arboriculturist – FPCR

Richard took the time to understand my skills, strengths and career aspirations. With his experience and his personalised approach, he understood which of my skills are transferable and how I can utilise my experience to different areas in architecture. He gave me great tips and helped me find my dream job.

Kinga Krassoy – Part 2 Architect – BIM Designer – Arup

Richard was the first person to spot my talent and through careful assistance and guidance he managed to get me a job into one of the TOP International Architecture practices in London. My career couldn’t have a better start. I am so excited to see what the future would bring.

Ioannis Giannakopoulos Tselikas Architect – Adjaye Associates

Zoe came in at the right moment when I was thinking about a job search. I had always wanted to work for Arup and she managed to do some ‘behind the scenes’ work and secure me an interview! I am 2 months in and loving it. She has a real knack for finding the best fit for both the employers and candidates, and I would highly recommend her!

Ishbel Macdonald – Senior Ecologist – Arup

Over the past 15 years Carl has helped me find a number of jobs, and I have always been impressed by both his knowledge of the industry and thoughtful and sensitive approach – always taking the time to understand what I am looking for and then carefully matching with suitable practices

Tim Wilson, Associate Landscape Architect, LDA, London

“He has a truly international network, and has helped me secure roles in Shanghai and Abu Dhabi”

John Neilson, Associate Landscape Architect, Broadway Malyan, UAE

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Our mission

Three ways we’re changing
recruitment for good


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