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Senior Landscape Architect

 Manchester, North West England

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Manchester, North West England 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Senior Landscape Architect
Reference #: 20702_1631527345
Location: Manchester, North West England
Salary: £38000 - £42000 per annum
Benefits: Flexi-Hours
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 13/09/2021

A leading independent architectural practice are looking to hire a Senior Landscape Architect for their office in Manchester. With 20 members in the office you will be joining a growing team. Overall, my client has a headcount of 140 people with offices across the UK and with various awards for many of their projects you will be joining a practice with an excellent portfolio of work in the UK and Internationally.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar practice with strong conceptual and technical design skills. Along with experience of delivering projects through the stages of construction. AutoCAD, Creative Suite and SketchUp are essential software skills while Revit is advantageous.

The successful candidate will have support and development at each stage of their career and have benefits such as 'flexi-hours' to create a healthy work-life balance. If this role is of interest please apply directly, alternatively you can contact me on 07525 100 904. All communication will be in the strictest of confidence.

 
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