Landscape Architect Job Alerts 2021


Cunnane Stratton Reynolds - Cork Office

Assistant Landscape Architect

Project Landscape Architect

The last 18 difficult months has taught us all about remote working and the opportunities it presents in terms of reduced commuting times. It has also reminded us of the benefits of working as part of a team, social interactions and the synergies that emerge from these interactions. It is clear that some sort of mix of both ways of working will be our new normal. 

With offices in Dublin, Cork and Galway, Cunnane Stratton Reynolds is ideally placed to offer opportunities for alternative or flexible working arrangements. We can accommodate staff who would like a centrally located office as well as the option of a different working routine as a way to progress their career, mixing potentially a home working base closely linked with either a regional or Dublin office.
 
CSR is a well-established, award-winning national practice, offering full Landscape Architectural, Environmental and Town Planning, and Arboricultural 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 parks and public open space design, masterplanning and public realm work, commercial and residential projects, landscape and countryside resource planning and landscape planning / impact assessment projects. We are currently looking to appoint experienced Assistant and Project Landscape Architects to join our friendly team in Cork.
 
You must be a team player with good technical and design skills who wishes to be involved in the development of innovative, cost effective and buildable solutions in an environment that is collaborative, stimulating and challenging.
 
You will have a Degree or equivalent in Landscape Architecture, MILI or equivalent, full driving license, excellent AutoCAD skills, 3 - 5 years’ experience for the Project Landscape Architect position with a strong emphasis on delivering projects through detailed design to site.

 Essential Skills and Experience:

  • AutoCAD skills - to City & Guilds level 2/3, or equivalent
  • Creative designer
  • Good appreciation of the design process at a range of scales
  • Strong sense of design quality Strong hard and soft landscape design, detailing skills and knowledge
  • 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

Desirable Skills and Experience:

  • Urban design qualifications or experience
  • Horticultural qualifications or experience
  • GIS
  • LVIA
  • 3D CAD and digital modelling
  • Report writing
  • Site work, working with contractors and site monitoring

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 for the attention of Jim Kelly to Cunnane Stratton Reynolds by email to [email protected]

Job advertisement posted on 24th November 2021


South Dublin County Council

Executive Parks and Landscape Officer

 A job opportunity has arisen for an Executive Parks and Landscape Officer at South Dublin County Council. This position is open to landscape professionals; including landscape architects. The position of Executive Parks and Landscape Officer in South Dublin County Council is at the forefront of the design, delivery and management of parks and recreational facilities in a busy and dynamic county which covers urban, suburban and rural landscapes at the edge of the city. 

Please see further details and closing date HERE

Job advertisement posted on 2nd November, 2021


The Paul Hogarth Company

Chartered Landscape Architect - Dublin and Belfast

 Job advertisement posted on 26th October 2021


Fingal County Council

Assistant Parks and Landscape Officer

Fingal County Council is looking for an Assistant Parks and Landscape Officer

 SALARY SCALE: €40,022 - €62,738

Persons who are not serving local authority employees will be based on the minimum of the scale.

Application details and particulars are available at www.fingal.ie and www.localgovernmentjobs.ie.

CLICK HERE for this particular offer.

Candidates may be shortlisted for the interview on the basis of information supplied on their application.

The latest date for receipt of applications is midnight, Friday 29th October, 2021

Job advertisement posted on 15th October 2021


JBA Consulting

Graduate Landscape Architect

Location – Dublin

The Position - permanent full-time

JBA is an independent, sustainable, employee-owned company with an enviable reputation for delivering high quality and outcome-focused environmental and engineering services.

We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Graduate Landscape Architect (or a graduate with 1-2 years’ experience) to join our growing environmental management team located in south-west Dublin. The post holder will support the expansion of our landscape and environmental services across Ireland, supporting projects across a wide range of sectors. 

We have an expanding portfolio of includes:

  • greenways (including the Boyne Greenway);
  • linear infrastructure (including Luas Finglas, N17 Knock to Collooney, N3 Virginia Bypass);
  • flood alleviation and SuDS/attenuation schemes (located in Co Dublin, Co Limerick, Co Clare and Co Laois);
  • river restoration and amenity schemes (working closely with our ecological and flood risk management teams to implement nature based solutions);
  • industrial and residential developments (currently have schemes at pre planning, construction and in maintenances stages); and
  • environmental assessment (for our flood and transport projects).

Responsibilities

The successful candidate will, amongst other things, be responsible for:

  • providing landscape design input into a range of projects;
  • assisting with/learning to prepare Landscape and Visual Impact Assessments (LVIAs);
  • organising, planning and undertaking site surveys and other fieldwork, for a landscape design or LVIA projects and where required assisting other disciplines such as ecology with basic site survey work;
  • writing technical reports and other outputs; and
  • collaborating with other disciplines throughout JBA, and liaising with clients, regulators and stakeholders.

Qualifications and Experience

Candidates will need to demonstrate:

  • a recognised/accredited degree in landscape architecture;
  • experience of working in a multi-disciplinary team to deliver the objectives of large and complex commissions;
  • a confident ability to hand draw and familiarity with engineering and illustrative drawing packages including AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and QGIS;
  • a student membership of Irish Landscape Institute or UK Landscape Institute and be working towards taking professional practice examinations; and
  • a full Irish, EU or UK driving licence.

Salary 

We offer a competitive salary to reflect qualifications and experience, together with a package of comprehensive benefits and access to the JBA Graduate Training Programme.

Application

If you wish to discuss the post informally, please contact Bernadette O’Connell on 01 685 5595 or [email protected]

Please download an application form where you will find further details on the application procedure.

Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021 

No unsolicited CVs from Recruitment Agencies, please.

Job advertisement posted on 29th September 2021


University College Dublin

Design Fellow in Landscape Architecture, UCD

Applications are invited for a temporary, part time post (x2) and panel of a Design Fellow in Landscape Architecture within UCD School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy.

For full job description and application procedure, visit UCD page HERE

Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines.

Closing date: 17:00hrs (local Irish time) on 28 September 2021

Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.

Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the Work at UCD website: https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/

UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CV's submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.

Job advertisement posted on 16th September 2021


Áit Urbanism + Landscape

Junior Landscape Architect & Project Landscape Architect


Áit Urbanism + Landscape Ltd. is an award winning Landscape Architecture and Urban Design Practice company based in the historic Liberties area of Dublin 8. We have an exciting opportunity for a Junior Landscape Architect and a Project Landscape Architect to join our team. 

Junior Landscape Architect

The ideal candidate will have 2-3 years’ experience working in a recognised landscape architecture / urban design practice

with a passion for design, excellent graphic and communication skills as well as excellent computer drawing literacy.
Shortlisting of candidates will be based on submitted portfolio. We will be looking for an excellent standard of design skill and flare, communication and graphic presentation skills with particular focus on skill-base in Autocad, Adobe suite, Sketchup and Revit.
The successful candidates will have a unique opportunity to further develop their knowledge and design skills working on a dynamic range of projects from design through to on-site completion. We have a diverse portfolio of clients and projects in Dublin City and throughout Ireland. Our projects include public sector work in the areas of public realm design, public consultation, green infrastructure and feasibility studies, masterplanning, detailed bespoke design, as well as preparation of tender packages and supervision of vast array of projects on site.
Private sector work involving all stages, across a broad spectrum of project types such as social housing, student accommodation, hotel developments, residential, office and retail schemes. We are also involved in a number of green infrastructure projects including green infrastructure strategies, design of greenways along various canal routes, LVIA’s and production of landscape reports and assessment. The management at Áit Urbanism + Landscape are supportive of and committed to ensuring that the junior members of our team are mentored on every aspect of the broad range of skills and knowledge base necessary to progress to undertaking their professional exams/advance to the next level in their careers in Landscape Architecture.
Excellent verbal and communication skills (English) are required in conjunction with excellent design and graphic skills; knowledge of the Irish Planning System would be beneficial.

Covid-19
Ability and capacity to work remotely is required during any travel restrictions. This role will be office based when current restrictions are fully lifted. The successful candidates must be fully vaccinated and have a Covid Travel Certificate.

Job description & duties generally
Key roles include:
‐ Assisting senior team member on a variety of projects
‐ Assisting in the design and development of landscape schemes from sketch design through to construction ‐ Production of supporting visualisations and graphics ‐ Good organisational skills and ability to self direct and prioritise their work.
‐ Full drivers licence an advantage
‐ Excellent verbal & Communication Skills (English)

The preferred candidate/s will preferably have:
‐ A recognised qualification in Landscape Architecture
‐ Possess excellent design capabilities and technical competence
‐ Ability to take instruction, and work on own initiative
‐ Excellent graphic skills & knowledge of relevant software including AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop, InDesign, Sketchup, full Adobe Suite etc
‐ Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
‐ Relevant professional or related experience preferable.

Salary: 
Salary and benefits will be negotiable, and commensurate with experience and skill level.

Please forward the following to Margaret Egan, Director, Áit Urbanism + Landscape, at [email protected] by Friday 17th September, 5pm :

- Pdf of a sample of your portfolio
- Curriculum Vitae
- Two references


Project Landscape Architect

We have an excellent opportunity for a Project Landscape Architect to join our growing team. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the private sector, show a passion for design, landscape architecture, green infrastructure and public realm design, and most importantly be a team player.

Shortlisting of candidates will be based on submitted portfolio. We will be looking for an excellent standard of design skill and flare, communication and graphic presentation skills.
The successful candidates will have a unique opportunity to further develop their knowledge and design skills working on a dynamic range of projects from design through to on-site completion. We have a diverse portfolio of clients and projects in Dublin City and throughout Ireland. Our projects include public sector work in the areas of public realm design, public consultation, green infrastructure and feasibility studies, master planning, detailed bespoke design, as well as preparation of tender packages and supervision of vast array of projects on site.
Private sector work involving all stages, across a broad spectrum of project types such as social housing, student accommodation, hotel developments, residential, office and retail schemes. We are also involved in a number of green infrastructure projects including green infrastructure strategies, design of greenways along various canal routes, LVIA’s and production of landscape reports and assessment.
The senior post requires a skilled landscape architect working in a recognised landscape and urban design practice. This role will require the project management of a number of small and medium to large scale projects from conceptual design to supervision on site. Excellent verbal and communication skills (English) are required in conjunction with excellent design and graphic skills; knowledge of the Irish Planning System would be beneficial.

Covid-19
Ability and capacity to work remotely is required during any travel restrictions. We are open to a flexible approach of remote and office based work. The successful candidates must be fully vaccinated and have a Covid Travel Certificate.

Job description & duties generally 
Key roles include:

- Ability to manage a range of projects through all stages of planning, detailed design and supervision on site
- Excellent organisational skills and ability to self-direct and prioritise their work
- Full drivers licence an advantage
- Fluent business standard English essential The preferred candidate/s will preferably have:
‐ A recognised qualification in Landscape Architecture
‐ Possess excellent design capabilities and technical competence
‐ Ability to take instruction, and work on own initiative
‐ Excellent graphic skills & knowledge of relevant software including AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop, InDesign, Sketchup, full Adobe Suite etc
‐ Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
‐ Relevant professional or related experience preferable.

Salary: 

Salary and additional benefits will be negotiable, and commensurate with experience and skill level.

Please forward the following, to Margaret Egan, Director, Áit Urbanism + Landscape, at [email protected] by Friday 17th September, 5pm:
- Pdf of a sample of your portfolio
- Curriculum Vitae
- Two references 


University College Dublin

Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Landscape Studies and Environmental Policy

Applications are invited for a Temporary post of a Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Landscape Studies and Environmental Policy within UCD School Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy.

For full job description and application procedure, visit UCD page HERE

Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines

Closing date: 17:00hrs (local Irish time) on 6th September 2021

Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.

UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CVs submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.


FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL

Temporary Graduate Parks and Landscape Officer

SALARY SCALE: €32,202- €41,995

Persons who are not serving local authority employees will be based on the minimum of the scale.

Application details and particulars are available at www.fingal.ie and www.publicjobs.ie

Candidates may be shortlisted for the interview on the basis of information supplied on their application.

The latest date for receipt of applications is midnight, Friday 30th July, 2021

https://careers.fingal.ie/displayjob.aspx?jobid=120                                                                            

CANVASSING WILL AUTOMATICALLY DISQUALIFY

Fingal County Council is an equal opportunities employer


 MURRAY & ASSOCIATES

Project Landscape Architect

Murray & Associates is a leading landscape architecture practice based in Clontarf, Dublin. The practice undertakes a wide range of landscape planning and design projects in Ireland and overseas, with a focus on public realm. 

We aim to create outstanding landscapes that give satisfaction to clients, enjoyment to the user and satisfaction to us as professionals. We offer motivated personnel the opportunity to work on challenging projects that contribute positively to the public realm and provide great opportunities for career advancement.

The practice now has a vacancy for a Project Landscape Architect.

Candidates must have a third-level qualification in Landscape Architecture with a minimum of 3+ years experience.  Candidates with qualifications recognised by IFLA are preferred, but not essential.  The ideal candidate will have strong design skills, on-site and office based project management skills and good report-writing abilities.  They will also be personable, with good organisational abilities.

Candidates must be competent in AutoCAD and Adobe graphic design software to produce imaginative, communicative drawings to support their ideas.  Ability with Revit would be an advantage.  They must also be able to effectively communicate with clients and colleagues verbally and in written form. 
 
We really appreciate work-life balance and are an equal opportunities employer.  We’re open to flexible working arrangements. including working from home where feasible.  Salary will be commensurate with experience and ability.

 Your application should consist of cover letter, CV and portfolio of selected project works from your career to date.  Shortlisted candidates will receive a job description and further details prior to interview.  If you have any queries

 Please send your application by email to [email protected]

 See www.murray-associates.com for more or to make contact.


Dave Ryan Landscape Architects

Project Landscape Architect – Part time position

Immediate opportunity exists for a somewhat experienced Project Landscape Architect in our Limerick office. This position is part time, for 2 or 3 days a week.

You will be able to work together with fellow industry professionals and meet with clients as part of a team approach on a select number of high-profile residential projects in the Midwest region. You will also be expected to take the lead (or joint lead) on one or more projects.

You must be hardworking and passionate about the industry. You should have 3 to 5 years working in the industry and knowledge of CAD is a must. Experience with Photoshop, Indesign and 3d software would be a bonus.

You will be expected to have a full driving licence.
We are a small studio of 3 Landscape Architects and one Assistant staff, based in Tipperary and Limerick. To learn more about us see www.daveryan.ie

We offer a fair salary package commensurate with experience together with flexible working conditions.
Please send enquires and applications, with short cover letter, cv and portfolio sample to [email protected] (replace dot with .)


CUNNANE STRATTON REYNOLDS  

Senior / Project Landscape Architect

 
Senior / Project LA Opportunities with our Cork office
 
Date Posted: 09/07/2021


The last 12 difficult months has taught us all about remote working and the opportunities it presents in terms of reduced commuting times. It has also reminded us of the benefits of working as part of a team, social interactions and the synergies that emerge from these interactions. It is clear that some sort of mix of both ways of working will be our new normal.

With offices in Dublin, Cork and Galway, Cunnane Stratton Reynolds is ideally placed to offer opportunities for alternative or flexible working arrangements. We can accommodate staff who would like a centrally located office as well as the option of a different working routine as a way to progress their career, mixing potentially a home working base closely linked with our Cork office.

CSR is a well-established, award-winning national practice, offering full Landscape Architectural, Environmental and Town Planning, and Arboricultural 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 parks and public open space design, masterplanning and public realm work, commercial and residential projects, landscape and countryside resource planning and landscape planning / impact assessment projects. We are currently looking to appoint experienced Senior and Project Landscape Architects to join our friendly team in Cork.
 
You must be a team player with good technical and design skills who wishes to be involved in the development of innovative, cost effective and buildable solutions in an environment that is collaborative, stimulating and challenging. The roles are for self-motivated individuals with good design detailing, site and construction experience.

 
Senior Landscape Architect
 
This role offers significant potential for professional development and advancement, leading on a wide variety of landscape projects for a range of private and public sector client teams.
 

You will have a Degree or equivalent in Landscape Architecture, MILI or equivalent, full driving licence,
excellent AutoCAD skills, circa 10 years experience with a strong emphasis on delivering projects through detailed design to site.
 
You will demonstrate the technical expertise to carry out the following:

Working as a Project Manager, project management responsibilities, including contractual, financial and programme management of projects through design, detailing and construction.
Establish strong working relationships with other members of the landscape team and internal teams across the business.
Develop and manage the work of others
Clear communication, including the ability to write concise technical reports and to contribute to conference calls, meetings and workshops.
Be client facing and respond to client requirements
Produce or oversee the production of drawings and other technical documentation using appropriate software, with the necessary level of detail as required at various stages of development: strategies, conceptual design, detailed design and production information through to supervising implementation of works on site
Compile tender submissions and secure new work.  Have the technical ability, knowledge and competence to guide and develop junior staff.
Work collaboratively and iteratively within a multi-disciplinary design team.
Landscape design projects – concept drawings to detailed hard and soft design.
Site supervision
Urban design projects
Masterplanning
Multi-disciplinary studies including participating in planning led projects.
Technical (IT) and graphic project work
Landscape character studies
Landscape planning studies
 

Experienced Project Landscape Architect

This role is one of a number of such positions at CSR responsible for taking forward the design, delivery and management of landscape projects. You will have a Degree or equivalent in Landscape Architecture, MILI or equivalent, full driving licence, excellent AutoCAD skills, circa 5 years experience with a strong emphasis on delivering projects through detailed design to site.

You will demonstrate the technical expertise to carry out the following:

You will represent CSR at meetings, conferences etc and assist in marketing and PR programmes.
You will be a good Project Manager, self-directed and motivated with excellent design and creative skills. You will be a good communicator and team worker with a proven record in solving problems and designing creative solutions at masterplan and detailed level.

Please submit your details including a letter of interest and an up to date Curriculum Vitae and portfolio showing relevant design work for the attention of Jim Kelly by email to  [email protected]


Design Fellow Landscape Architecture, 

UCD School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy

Commencing September 2021

Up to end of teaching term 2 2023/24. Part-time, seasonal role, 0.15 FTE X 2 posts + panel
Applications are invited for a temporary part-time post of a Design Fellow – Landscape Architecture within UCD School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy.
Successful candidates will come from the field of professional practice and be asked to contribute to the delivery of the School’s landscape architecture teaching programmes in a number of areas including studio, seminar and teaching modules and will also be asked to contribute to the School’s activities in innovation. These posts are targeted at professional, practice based landscape architects who are at the forefront of the profession and the discipline in industry.
 
Please note, this process will be used to create a panel which may be used to full subsequent temporary appointments arising in the next twelve 12 months.
 
Administrative Officer 1 Salary Scale: €44,614 - €60,557 (Salary will be adjusted to 27 weeks and scaled proportionality according to FTE)
Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines.
 
Closing date:  17:00hrs (local Irish time) on 7th July 2021.
 
Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.
 
UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CV's submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.

All external applicants can search for the position at https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/ 

and the DIRECT LINK  to the application.


Niall Montgomery + Partners

Landscape Architect Positions

www.nmparchitecture.com

Niall Montgomery + Partners is looking for the following designers to join our team in Dublin, Ireland:

Experienced Senior Landscape Architect (8-10 years’ experience)
Experienced Landscape Architect (2-3 years’ experience)
 

We are a boutique award-winning architecture and landscape architecture practice with over 70 years of experience. Our team consists of young, energetic, talented and passionate designers.

We work on projects that are highly diverse in typology, scale and geographic range. Projects include: exciting regeneration and mixed-use developments in Ireland and UK, large scale international master planning projects in China, the Middle East and the Americas, hotels and resorts in the Mediterranean, all pushing the boundaries of sustainable design. We like to see things get built and see through most of our projects to construction.

We are looking for the following in candidates:

A recognised qualification in Landscape Architecture or Architecture
Extensive detailed design and construction detailing experience
Ability to communicate well in English (written and verbal)
Ability to mentor, take instruction and delegate
Ability to work on own initiative
Ability to work collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team and with clients directly
Software skills an advantage: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Suite, SketchUp, Lumion

Salary negotiable and dependent on experience.

To submit your application, please forward your CV & project portfolio to [email protected]. The portfolio must also clearly show your aptitude for construction detailing.


Neo Environmental

Landscape Architect

Salary Description: Competitive + benefits and bonus

Start Date: ASAP

Location: Ballymena, Northern Ireland or Republic of Ireland (location flexible and will consider remote working)

Neo Environmental, an award-winning planning and environmental consultancy, have an exciting opportunity for a landscape architect to work on a broad variety of projects, with the main focus on renewables. The positions will offer the right individuals the opportunity to work for a well-established and growing planning and environmental consultancy.

The successful candidate will work on a wide variety of projects, with the main focus on renewable energy developments. You will be given plenty of opportunity to develop your skills and expertise through ongoing mentoring and training in a friendly environment. The ideal candidates will be able to work with a high degree of independence as well as in teams.

Duties  

Undertaking Landscape and Visual Assessment (LVAs)
Providing landscape design advice relating to LVAs and LVIA
Producing or aiding in the production of Landscape Plans
Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team
Undertaking site visits and photography
Liaising with clients, local authorities and statutory consultees
Essential Criteria
At least Degree qualified in Landscape Architecture in Ireland or the UK
Proven technical ability
Good communication skills
Knowledge of the LVA/LVIA process
An excellent standard of written English
Good knowledge and understanding of UK or Irish legislation.
Experienced in GIS and other software packages such as sketchup
An ability to work independently when necessary and meet tight deadlines under pressure, whilst maintaining attention to detail and working to the highest standards
Full driving licence
Must be flexible and willing to travel
Eligible to work in the UK and Ireland
Own transport
Desirable Criteria
Minimum of two years experience in a similar consultancy environment
LVA and LVIA experience
Bid production
 

For consideration for this role please forward your CV to Paul at: [email protected]

NO AGENCIES PLEASE


The Big Space (TBS)

Position of Graduate Landscape Architect, Dublin

TBS is an established design-led practice based in Dublin, Ireland offering Landscape Architecture and Urban Design services. We have an expanding portfolio of design, urban regeneration, public design and environmental assessment projects and now seek a talented and motivated Graduate Landscape Architect to join our team. Experience is an advantage.

 The role:

The design and production of landscape projects, from concept to completion
Production of supporting illustration and graphics
Working within design teams, liaising with clients, planning authorities, contractors, etc.
Undertaking site visits, surveys etc for a range of projects
 

Requirements/abilities:

A recognised (accredited) degree/qualification in Landscape Architecture
Strong, creative and innovative design skills
An ability to work collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team environment
Proficiency in AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and Revit
Strong presentation and communication skills
A confident and collaborative approach, with an appetite to further develop the practice

The ideal candidate will have a variety of project experience from conceptual design through to detailed design. You will work closely with the Director and senior staff, contributing to the future development of the practice.

If you have the enthusiasm to excel, we will provide an attractive salary with excellent opportunities for personal advancement.

Please forward your CV and sample portfolio of recent work by Friday 30th April  2021 to

[email protected]

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