Our client is a multi-disciplined consultancy that integrates planning, design and technical skills within a single practice. The practice has developed a reputation for both the quality of its professional advice and service, extending across all its core disciplines and enjoys the benefits of regular repeat commissions and retained consultancy contracts. They are currently looking to recruit a Landscape Architect to work in Cambridgeshire.
You will be responsible for taking a leading role in the fields of Planning Advice, LVIA, Urban Design, Greenspace and Contract Implementation.
Other duties will include providing leadership and support to projects throughout central Scotland.
Applicants must have a degree in Landscape Architecture, be a member of the Landscape Institute and be Part IV qualified. A minimum of 4 years previous experience consulting on landscape assessment and design is essential and should ideally have been gained within a consultancy environment. Excellent communication skills are required along with experience of graphics and CAD. A flexible, motivated approach is required for this role, along with the desire and enthusiasm for new challenges.
In return our client is offering the successful candidate a generous package, including additional benefits.
Our client is a design consultancy that offers a wide variety of environmental services to both the public and private sectors. The skills of the company cover a broad spectrum from landscape architecture, public realm, development planning, rural planning and ecology.
They are currently seeking a Consultant Landscape Architect to join their ambitious and progressive team based in Cambridgeshire.
The role will involve contributing to projects in key areas such as landscape character assessment, environmental planning and environmental impact assessment while utilising and developing the use of GIS as a tool. Other duties will involve small project management and site visits to assist/advise on landscape surveys and producing project reports and materials.
Applicants must have a first degree/diploma in Landscape Architecture or a related discipline and also be a minimum of Part III qualified. A minimum of 1 years previous experience is essential as is a genuine enthusiasm and passion for the role. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential for the role as is the capacity to work with others in an inspiring team environment.
Our client is offering the successful candidate a competitive package along with the opportunity to work for a progressive, rewarding company.
Would you like a home based job working as part of a Private Practice Chartered Surveyors that care about quality and work life balance more than numbers?
If you have Residential Surveying experience and are Chartered (MRICS or FRICS) then this is a fantastic opportunity for you.
> FRICS or MRICS qualification (AssocRICS will be considered if you want to become MRICS in the near future)
> A minimum of two years' post-qualification experience
> Recent expertise in residential survey and valuation work
This client is looking at CV's from London, South East, South West, Wales, Midlands, Anglia, North East, North West and Yorkshire, all home regions will be considered.
My client offers a salary in the range of £45-£65k basic salary with a commission on top. There are part time and 0 hour positions also available so whatever your plans please call me for a chat to find out what is the best option for you. Permanent benefits package includes 25 days holiday, private medical, death in service, pension contribution and a company car or allowance, your choice.
If you don't have the relevant skills required for this particular position please get in contact as we have other Building Surveying and General Practice vacancies throughout the UK from Graduate level to Director/Partner, some of which are not advertised due to the clients request.
Our client is a multi-disciplinary practice of Urban Designers, Landscape Architects and Ecologists,
who operate nationwide and have an exciting and diverse portfolio of work in both urban and rural environments. They are currently looking to recruit a landscape Architect with 3-5 years Industry experience in order to sevice the expanding workload.
They are currently seeking any talented Landscape Architects/Planners/Surveyors with post-graduation experience in undertaking LVIA's to join their team in Cambridgeshire.
The post is to support their development promotion and infrastructure projects with landscape and visual impact assessments (LVIAs) and other work primarily on energy projects, major commercial developments and mixed use masterplans.
Key Experiences will include:
- Landscape and Visual Inpact Assessments (LVIA)
- Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA)
The successful candidate should have a keen interest and ability in written work, assessment and have a rigorous approach to your work with the ability to question, investigate and analyse. An enthusiasm for learning and healthy balance of self-confidence, team-mindedness and independence are key and working under the guidance of Senior staff is of the utmost importance.
The practice offers great opportunities for professional and career development within a friendly, supportive and stimulating environment, and an excellent remuneratioin package