Working at nettletontribe
A primary focus at nettletontribe is ensuring intelligent and meaningful output. The complex process of design is demanding, which is why we foster a sense of teamwork and collaboration. We believe that a great working environment, one that challenges and supports the individual, leads to the best possible collective outcome.
We value each staff member for the skills and perspective they bring to their work. No building is the product of a single person. No idea is autonomous. The best outcomes are the result of a strong team dynamic whereby many individuals have engaged their individual strengths. Ongoing appraisal and acknowledgement of our staff is made consciously part of a system to reward creativity and inventiveness. Our workforce, after all, is our best asset.
nettletontribe understand the value of our team members having a work/ life balance. We strive to provide an environment which motivates and inspires creativity. Our design studio actively provides opportunities to make quality relationships with our peers; promoting collaboration and consideration. Through a variety of training programmes and activities, each individual is nurtured and encouraged to be the best they can be. Enabling these initiatives facilitates our more informed and collaborative creative output.
For us, great design emerges through strategic thinking and collaboration.
We aim to challenge boundaries, expand horizons and inspire imaginations.
nettletontribe encourage broad sector involvement across the industry, ensuring expertise in a variety of project types amongst the team. Further to this, an emphasis is placed on participation in industry events, such as conferences, seminars, institute presentations, exhibitions, festivals and supplier events. As a company nettletontribe promote involvement in external design competitions, for example the World Architecture Festival. Connections across industry are facilitated through our staff regularly participating in weekly intercompany sport challenges at lunch times.
nettletontribe addresses the issues of diversity and equality with nominated champions of change in each studio. Membership to NAWIC and aficionado friends of Parlour, supports our team members find a voice and mentors to help them navigate their careers.
nettletontribe believes in the ability for innovative thinking with architectural expertise to make a positive impact on the world. Our studio is extensively involved with pro bono work, including project management of Stage 2 of the MacKillop Grange Retirement Village in Mosman, Giant Steps School for Autistic Children at Gladesville, The Rooftop Multipurpose Indoor Sports Centre at Crows Nest, and numerous small projects for local sporting clubs. Most recently, this has included assisting with the Kompian Hospital for Baptist Minister David Mills in Papua New Guinea, registered with Architects Without Frontiers (AWF).
At nettletontribe we believe in nurturing our employees’ interests, whilst assisting in developing and expanding their skillset. A structured CPD (Continuing Professional Development) Programme and a tailored Business Development & Mentoring Programme are in place for advancement of staff. Tutorials are provided to assist graduate architects to complete their registration. We nurture the passion and skill of our creatives with weekly design workshops and internal design competitions. nettletontribe value the importance of education, in bringing new talent to the industry and sponsor student events, such as the UNSW ARCHEX Graduate Show.
As a company, nettletontribe believes in the importance of being environmentally and socially aware. As such we are involved in several initiatives contributing to the betterment of such issues. Across each of our offices, recycling initiatives are followed for materials such as inks and paper. Support is given to environmental initiatives such as ‘who gives a crap’ recycled toilet paper, a company that improves hygiene standards in developing countries. Many of our staff members participate in a broad range of charity fundraising events, such as Movember, City Mile Dash, City 2 Surf, Melbourne Marathon, Orange Sky Laundry, Steptember, Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle Challenge, Spring Series Breakfast and POSH Gala Ball for Cancer Council, Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, Cromehurst Charity Golf Day, Redkite Corporate Quiz, National Hard Hat Campaign, the list goes on.
Our quality design process brings out the strengths in our leaders and teams and proves that a creative environment thrives in a positive culture.