Graduate Landscape Architect
We are currently seeking to appoint a graduate (Licentiate grade) Landscape Architect with a minimum of 2-3 years post-graduation experience to provide support to our existing team.
The post is based in our office in Bath and would be a permanent, full time position for 37.5 hours a week.
The Company provides a comprehensive range of benefits for the successful applicant together with the opportunity to work in an informal, stimulating work environment within an experienced team of professionals. Salary will be dependent upon demonstrable skills and experience.
Skills and qualifications required:
The successful applicant should also be able to demonstrate a good understanding of current environmental issues and how these relate to the work of a landscape professional. They should be able to demonstrate initiative, organise themselves effectively and to prioritise the delivery of work tasks.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for the post please send a covering letter, CV, portfolio and completed application form, preferably in digital format as a PDF by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, to be received by 9.00am on Wednesday 22 May 2013. (No recruitment agency applications will be accepted, thank you.)
We always welcome applications from talented people interested in our work and approach. We employ Landscape Architects, Ecologists, Environmental Planners and a small number of technical and administrative staff. If you are interested in working for us, please send us a covering letter, CV and completed application form, preferably in digital format as a PDF by email to email@example.com and marked for the attention of Gavin Payne.
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