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EXPERIENCED LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
The Paul Hogarth Company is an award winning Landscape Architecture practice based in Belfast and Dublin and we are looking to expand our Landscape Design team to service a range of exciting projects across all of Ireland. Please download the attached Job Advert. Closing date for this new advert is Friday 7th December 2018. Applications are to be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find further details here
(Please note the correct date for applications is Friday 7th December 2018 extended from Monday 22nd October 2018)
Positions of Graduate Landscape Architect in our Dublin Office
Cunnane Stratton Reynolds is an award national practice with offices in Dublin, Cork and Galway offering full Landscape Architectural and Town Planning services. We also offer services in the UK through our sister offices in London and Manchester. The practice has a broad and expanding portfolio of park/public open space design, commercial and residential projects, landscape and countryside resource planning and landscape planning / impact assessment. We are currently looking to appoint ambitious, creative and skilled graduate landscape architects to join our team in our centrally located offices in Dublin. See: www.csrlandplan.ie
The job specification is set out below:
- Job Title:
Graduate Landscape Architect
2. Salary Range: – TBA
- Educational qualifications:
– Degree or equivalent in Landscape Architecture or similar.
– MILI or equivalent or eligible/working towards full membership.
– Full driving licence.
- Essential Skills and Experience:
– Excellent AutoCAD skills – to City & Guilds level 2/3, or equivalent.
– Creative contemporary designer
– Excellent hard and soft landscape design skills and knowledge
– Understanding of landscape construction and detailing
– Ability to work within a team, to formulate and communicate ideas.
– Excellent graphic and presentational skills – photoshop, sketch up, hand drawing etc.
– Excellent desktop publishing / office / word capability.
– Hand drawing skills
– Up to 1 years work experience in a landscape architectural consultancy
– Experience of site work, working with contractors.
– Report writing skills
Please submit your details including a letter of interest and accompanied by an up to date Curriculum Vitae and a Portfolio of relevant design work to Cunnane Stratton Reynolds by email to email@example.com . Deadline for Applications: 5.00pm 21st September 2018
Opportunity for Project Landscape Architect
Murray & Associates is a leading landscape architecture practice based in Clontarf, Dublin.
Download the Murry & Associates Project Landscape Architect below;
PhD position for research project on Phoenix Park, Dublin
Phoenix Park has a long and complex history of development into its current form. The Office of Public Works, who have responsibility for the park’s development, are interested in developing a comprehensive survey of the current park, including historical analysis, 3D documentation using laser scanning, and development of a protocol for linking a 3D digital model of the park to archival and maintenance records.
We are looking for a candidate with a degree in Architecture, Landscape Architecture or cognate discipline who would be interested in pursuing a PhD on this topic in the UCD School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy, starting September 2019.
The candidate will work with the supervisors [listed below] to develop a PhD scholarship proposal to be submitted to the Irish Research Council for funding their studies for four years. This proposal will be submitted on 1 November 2018, with results due in March 2019. The PhD position will be dependent on the success of the IRC proposal.
The candidate should have;
• a degree in Architecture, Landscape Architecture or cognate discipline
• good 3D digital modelling skills
• experience with archival research
If you are interested, please submit a statement of interest [max. 1 page] with a current CV and academic transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 September 2018, with the subject heading ‘IRC Phoenix Park’. The applications will be reviewed by the supervising team [below].
Prof Finola O’Kane-Crimmins, Architecture
Dr Karen Foley, Landscape Architecture
Dr Elizabeth Shotton, Architecture
South Dublin County Council is inviting applications from suitably qualified applicants who wish to be considered for the following competitions:
· Executive Parks Superintendent
· Assistant Parks Superintendent
For application forms, qualifications and particulars see https://www.sdcc.ie/en/services/our-council/about-us/careers/advertised-jobs/
Completed application forms must be returned by EMAIL ONLY to email@example.com no later than 12 noon on Thursday August 2nd 2018.
Only applications made on the official application form sent by email will be accepted.
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