Become a RIBA Client Adviser
Applications for 2017
Open call for applications to join the RIBA Client Adviser Register: 3 November to 22 November 2017
RIBA Client Advisers guide clients through the process of commissioning buildings, helping them to maximise the value and quality of their projects.
The RIBA Client Adviser is an RIBA-accredited role which meets the need for independent advice among various client groups.
RIBA accredited Client Advisers are experienced professionals that can provide impartial and informed advice from the earliest stages of the client’s project. They can draw up a business case, prepare the project brief, help select the right practice, set up and lead the project team or manage the procurement on behalf of the client.
In your application, please complete your ‘expertise sectors’ using the following categories where possible:
- Housing – private
- Housing - commercial
- Local authority
- Humanitarian/resilience/disaster recovery
- Other: please provide detail
Applications for 2017 will be considered in line with the below timeframes:
- 3-22 November 2017: open call
- 23-27 November: confirm no conflicts of interest
- 27 November – 1 December: Compliant/non-compliant applications checked and divided up for assessors
- 4-14 December: assessment
- 15 December: final assessment panel meeting and decision
- 18 December: decisions communicated to applicants
How to apply
You do not need to be a member of the RIBA to apply to be a RIBA Client Adviser, but if you are accepted by the Assessment Panel you will need to become a member before your name can be added to the RIBA Client Adviser Register.
All applications are assessed by an RIBA Client Adviser Assessment Panel.
Please send your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fees for membership to the RIBA Client Adviser Register are charged at £310 per annum.
Please email Client Adviser for more information.
If you are looking to work with a RIBA Client Adviser, please see the RIBA Client Adviser register.