Graduate/Assistant Landscape Architect

£24000 - £30000/annum
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear
28/08/2019 (16:44)
W5 Resourcing Associates
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This Award-Wining Consultancy work in the areas of residential, commercial, health-care, public realm and infrastructure projects for both major private and public sector clients in the UK.

They are currently looking for creative individuals to join their friendly team in Tyne and Wear. They are offering a great work life balance working in a vibrant office that has good public transport links. 

At Graduate Landscape Architect level or Assistant 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. They also promise full support and training to all junior members and full P2C support when the time is right. 

As a Graduate Landscape Architect you will be supporting the Senior team in taking projects through the various stages of the design process through to construction.

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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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