Want a new challenge as a Landscape Architect or Urban Designer?
Published by Hunter Dunning on 19th November 2019 -
Looking for your next job as a Landscape Architect? Or maybe searching Urban Design jobs? We’ve rounded up our top five jobs in Landscape Architecture which are available to apply for TODAY!
Hunter Dunning only work with clients that value their employees – many of which we have worked with for a number of years and placed several candidates.
Our top Landscape Architect jobs and Urban Design jobs:
1.) LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT – SOHO LONDON
Work for a well-established practice led by 19 Partners and approximately 350 employees across 13 regional offices in the UK. From residential to mixed-use and townscape projects, you’ll be working at various stages of the planning process.
To apply for the role, you’ll need experience in writing, preparing and planning. You have proficiency in AutoCAD and Adobe Design Suite as well as be a Chartered member of the Landscape Institute.
All salaries are considered for this role. You will also look forward to a wide range of benefits including Profit Share Bonus, medical, training, events and more.
2.) SENIOR OR ASSOCIATE LANDSCAPE PLANNER/LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT – EDINBURGH
The Edinburgh office of a large multi-disciplinary well-established practice has a rare opportunity for a Senior or Associate Landscape Planner/Landscape Architect to come on board to work on a variety of projects.
The role involves providing landscape planning input and strategic and detailed design input as part of the planning process as well as assessments, appraisals, studies and plans for varying projects and activities.
You must be a Chartered member of the Landscape Institute and have strong graphic production skills. You’ll be proficient in AutoCAD and Adobe Design Suite products and have experience in the production of Zone of Theoretical Visibility (ZTV) for visual analysis. All salaries considered and a whole host of benefits provided.
3.) URBAN DESIGNER – BIRMINGHAM
Based in the heart of the town centre, the Midlands Design Team of a large practice are looking to appoint an Urban Designer / Masterplanner to provide mixed use and residential masterplans for UK projects.
Using your experience of working on large scale UK residential and mixed-use development masterplans you’ll be producing design concepts and informing the public of the design process.
In return you’ll be rewarded with a very competitive salary and a whole host of benefits from childcare vouchers, cycle to work, healthcare, training and events.
4.) SENIOR OR ASSOCIATE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT – BRISTOL
Due to expansion, an opportunity has arisen for a Senior or Associate Landscape Planner / Landscape Architect to work on a diverse range of high-quality projects varying in scale and sector.
This strategic role will see you focus on providing your planning and design input as part of the planning process as well as undertake assessments and appraisals. Being a Chartered member of the Landscape Institute is a must as is strong graphic production skills, AutoCAD and Adobe proficiency and experience in the production of Zone of Theoretical Visibility (ZTV) for visual analysis.
A current Landscape Planning Associate said: “I love the commercial awareness of the practice as well as the friendly culture and the fun we have out of hours. There’s always something going on.”. All salaries considered plus benefits, training and social events.
5.) GRADUATE / ASSISTANT LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT – SURREY QUAYS, LONDON
Graduate or Assistant Landscape Architect wanted for a multi award-winning landscape design, environment planning and design consultancy in South-Central London. The successful candidate will be supporting their team is all aspects of reporting, designing, studies and applications. From urban parks to education and residential, you’ll gain experience working on a diverse range of projects both in the office and out in the field.
Proficient in AutoCAD, InDesign, Photoshop and SketchUp, you’ll also have a Landscape Institute accredited BA / BSc and/or MA / PGDip in Landscape Architecture under your belt and some relevant project experience.
In return you’ll receive a competitive salary, a generous 25 days holiday alongside bank holidays, pension scheme, CPD, support for Chartership and other benefits.