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Graduate Landscape Architect
Our Client is reputable Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy who work in the areas of Landscape and Urban Design, Planning and Architecture who are in urgent need of a Graduate Landscape Architect for their West Midlands studio.
The appointment is a full-time position that will provide an exciting opportunity for a Graduate level Landscape Architect to progress their career in a friendly working environment with a supportive team of Senior landscape architects. Projects you will be exposed to will include a range of large-scale masterplanning, residential, mixed-use and commercial schemes.
They are looking for candidates who:
Have excellent graphic, verbal and written communication skills
Are adaptable and resourceful
Have the ability to draw
Are confident when presenting work to new and existing clients
Have advanced CAD (2D and 3D), Adobe Creative Suite.
At Graduate Landscape Architect level, you will need to demonstrate a range of design and graphics skills that include the use of AutoCAD, Adobe software and hand graphics. Good written and spoken English is essential.
They are offering the successful candidate a very competitive salary, pension scheme and ongoing training and benefits package with the role.
All applications will remain completely confidential between yourself and Adam Johnston at W5 Resourcing Associates who has spent 7 years recruiting within UK Landscape Architecture. You will not be added to any mailing lists and rest assured your details would NOT be passed on to anyone without your prior authorisation. If you are interested in this or any other similar opportunities, please give Adam a call on (phone number removed) or (phone number removed) to find out what else may be out there. Additionally, please connect on LinkedIn to stay updated on the latest news.
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W5 Resourcing Associates