Senior Landscape Architect

Salary: Competitive

Location: London

My client is seeking an experienced Landscape Architect to join their award-winning team of Landscape Architects based in London. My client has a passionate, friendly and diverse team who are committed to providing the best quality of work and best solutions for their clients.

Due to their expanding workload and portfolio of projects, you will have the opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of projects including; public realms, parks and heritage work.

The role:

To be considered for this position, you must have:

* A degree in Landscape Architecture or a related discipline
* Concept design experience
* Proficiency in both hard and soft landscape design
* Proficient AutoCAD, Photoshop and Sketchup skills
* Demonstrable client liaison experience
* Chartered Membership of Landscape Institute

The position requires good all round skills in design, graphics, presentation, verbal and written communication, and a combination of design flair and technical competence. It is important that you have the ability to work collaboratively, articulate ideas and communicate effectively.

You will be comfortable and competent dealing directly with clients and have the confidence and experience to manage projects independently, but know when to seek director support if this is necessary.

The client offers endless opportunities for training and development, and a generous basic salary in addition to company benefits.

If you are interested in this opportunity, or if you are searching for any other roles relating to Ecology or Landscape Architecture then please do not hesitate to contact Katy on (01792) 362015 or please email an up-to-date CV to: katy.harries@penguinrecruitment.co.uk

We have many more vacancies available on our website at www.penguinrecruitment.co.uk. This is a permanent role.

Penguin Recruitment is operating as a Recruitment Agency with respect to this position.

published: 15 May 2019     Please mention EARTHWORKS when responding to this advertisement.