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 Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh, Scotland 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Landscape Architect
Reference #: 18459_1549803615
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Salary: £25000 - £40000 per annum
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 10/02/2019

Opportunity:

An environmental & landscape firm are looking for a Landscape Architect to join their expanding team. With an exciting amount of work secured, this role would be suited for any landscape consultant pre-CMLI through to Associate level.

The role would involve a split of work that is close to 60% landscape planning (LVIA / TVIA) and 40% design. You'll be working as part of multidisciplinary team delivering on masterplans and small/medium/large scale residential projects. The majority of work will be in Scotland, with some south of the border.

The company are well respected practice with a long established client base providing excellent job security. The two key things they focus on offering their employees is career support (from attaining CMLI to learning new CPD/skills) and work life balance. As a family run business, both individual and team wellbeing are fundamental to how they operate.

This is a great opportunity for a landscape architect with LVIA experience to move to an exciting practice working on a variety of major schemes.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Relevant degree in landscape architecture
  • Preferably a CMLI, though support will be given if you're on the P2C.
  • Some working experience delivering landscape visual impact assessments (LVIA)

Landscape Architect (Consultant, Senior, Principal, Associate) - CMLI - Edinburgh - LVIA / TVIA

 
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