Our client, an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services. They have a diverse workload of high profile international and UK projects ranging from environmental infrastructure design and major transportation projects through to restoration, town centre regeneration, streetscape design and green roofs.
Due to expansion of their services they are seeking a Senior Landscape Architect and a Chartered Landscape Architect to be based in their Suffolk Office.
The role includes: reporting on a day-to-day basis to the Associate Landscape Architect and working with others in the team or multi-disciplinary project teams, as required; being responsible to the Environment Director for technical and business performance; responsibility for mentoring junior staff and assisting with business development; liaising with others in the environmental team as well as with other Environmental Specialists in other company offices and actively participating in networking.
The ideal applicant: will be able to work in a team in a multi-disciplinary environment; have good CAD and Adobe design package skills; have a good freehand drawing style; confidence in delivering landscape led design solutions; good report writing skills; will be able to manage their time effectively, juggling the demands and delivering high quality projects on time and to budget.
In return the company is offering a competitive salary at all levels, and one of the best benefits package in their sector.
Our Client is a well-established Ecological Consultancy who concentrate portfolio of projects and work throughout the UK on diverse schemes in a variety of sectors.
Due to increased workload they are looking for and Ecologist to join their team in Suffolk.
This will be a hands-on role and the successful candidate will gain experience in all aspects of their projects and day to day running of a thriving consultancy.
-Phase 1 habitat & protected species surveys
-Undertaking Preliminary Ecological Assessments
-Undertaking Ecological Impact Assessments (EcIA)
-Producing high quality written reports
-Assisting on protected species mitigation schemes
-Liaising with project managers and clients
-Supervising field assistants and coordinating surveys
On offer is a competitive salary and company pension scheme, a flexible working week, possibility of Home Working when required and ongoing training and Support.