Landscape Architect

22000.00 - 34000.00 GBP Annual + GBP22000 - GBP34000/annum
17 Mar 2017
03 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Our client is one of the UK's leading multidisciplinary planning and design consultancies and are made up of landscape architects, urban designers, town planners and architects. They currently have a requirement for a Graduate or Consultant Landscape Architect with demonstrable design experience in a similar environment to join their friendly team in Edinburgh.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Landscape Architect to develop and grow their career with mentoring and support from the existing Associate in Edinburgh and established teams in Birmingham and London.

Responsibilities / Accountabilities:

Key responsibilities include:

* Supporting the existing Associate on a portfolio of masterplanning and design projects
* Developing designs both independently and as part of multidisciplinary teams
* Production of graphics
* Genuine commitment to quality of design to ensure high quality creative design output
* Client and colleague liaison

Qualifications / Experience:

The successful candidate will possess the following:

* Relevant Bachelors or Masters degree in Landscape Architecture
* Demonstrable experience in a similar consultancy environment
* Experience of using CAD, Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp and preparing hand drawings
* Full clean UK driving license is desirable
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills

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