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Senior Chartered Landscape Architect

 Bristol, South West

Bristol, South West 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Senior Chartered Landscape Architect
Reference #: MSH18573_1548349086
Location: Bristol, South West
Salary: £32500 - £42500 per annum
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 24/01/2019

MP are tasked once again with supporting this established, award-winning, global multi-disciplinary practice for their Avon regional office for landscape architecture profession in Bristol is involved in a variety of exciting and challenging projects. There is an opportunity for a senior chartered landscape architect with significant experience to lead prestigious landscape and public realm projects throughout the South West and South Wales. You'll have at least 5 years' post chartership experience working within a leading design organisation. You will have significant experience of working on landscape and public realm projects across a range of sectors, excellent design, technical, and software skills and you will be able to work collaboratively and productively in design teams, taking responsibility for projects from inception to completion. Your portfolio will illustrate excellent design skills on a range of medium to large scale landscape and public realm projects.
Ideally, you will have experience of using Autodesk Revit systems, with the ability to train and mentor other members of staff in the use of relevant software systems. You will also enjoy working to tight deadlines and demonstrate strong leadership skills and a collaborative team-working style. You will be able to work effectively with people at all levels and from all backgrounds and have excellent communication skills, both verbally and in writing.

 
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Royal Town Planning Institute.

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Land Securities Group Plc.

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Urban Land Institute.

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