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Landscape Architect

Posted on 31 May 2018

Location: London

 

Contract: 12 Month Fixed Term (with the possibility to extend)

 

Salary: Competitive

 

37.5 hours per week

 

We are seeking a Landscape Architect to join our award winning Team.  As part of Groundwork London's Landscape Design Service you will be at the heart of our most exciting and challenging landscape, green infrastructure and public realm projects in London, whilst still having the opportunity for creative freedom and autonomy.

 

Ideally with an understanding of green infrastructure and Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems, you will apply your experience to deliver high quality landscape and public realm projects across London.  Working with the Senior Landscape Architect, you will plan the design and implementation of landscape improvement project, overseeing the high quality of design service to meet the needs of clients, end-users and the wider community.

 

You will be a qualified Chartered Landscape Architect (or working towards CMLI) with strong CAD and graphic skills.

 

In addition to your extensive technical skills, you will be an excellent project manager and communicator, able to build productive and sustaining relationships with clients, partners and Groundwork staff. 

 

If you, or someone you know, are dynamic and creative, and passionate about changing the landscape for the London communities, we would love to hear from you. 

 

 

Apply now

 

Download the job description and submit your CV, along with no more than three examples from your portfolio and a personal statement (maximum two sides) setting out your experience and skills in relation to the person specification criteria and job description.

 

Please send quoting reference 517/LA to londonjobs@groundwork.org.uk

 

 

Closing date for applications:         9am, Tuesday 19th June 2018

 

Interview Date:                                 Monday 27th June 2018

 

 

Groundwork London is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all members of the community.

 

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