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Recently Chartered Landscape Architect or Landscape Architect

VAC-46480
£30,000 - £35,000
Our client, a consultancy of Ecologists, Landscape Architects and Arboriculturists, whose extensive experience includes residential, educational, commercial, leisure, healthcare, retail and public sector development projects.

They are a fast growing group of dynamic, friendly enthusiasts that recognise talent, create opportunity and reward ambition and are committed to providing an open, positive and enjoyable environment to work in.

Due to expansion they are currently looking to recruit a recently Chartered Landscape Architect or Landscape Architect to join their Hampshire-based team.

The most important quality the right candidate will have is an ability for design, they will be experienced in hard and soft landscape design.

Also:
-Have experience in masterplanning, landscape planning and LVIA is essential
-Have a good knowledge in detailed design, planting and construction
-Be able to develop and evolve innovative and practical ideas
-Be proficient in IT including AutoCad, Adobe Creative Suite and Sketchup
-Possess excellent graphic and report writing skills


The suitable candidate will lead a diverse portfolio of work from promotion of sites, masterplanning through to detailed design and implementation, managing competently within a team and being actively involved in the design process - from start to finish. In addition you'll work with the Partners and support the Head of Department to ensure the efficient delivery of high quality work to deadlines.

In return, our client offers a friendly working environment, a competitive salary and a commitment to personal learning and career development


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