Landscape architect / Landscape assessor
Creating Positive Change Through Landscape.
Assess. Imagine. Create.
Landscape adds value. It unlocks opportunities. It supports communities, enterprises and the environment. Landscape improves quality of life.
We assess, imagine and create landscapes on behalf of our clients and for the people that use them. Our work impacts people’s lives and their environment by improving health and wellbeing, supporting regeneration, promoting sustainable development, and connecting people with nature.
We aim to foster a culture of creativity and inclusivity and are looking for someone who would like to be a part of that too.
BA, BSc or equivalent (Preferred)
Randall Thorp is an established landscape consultancy based in the vibrant area of Ancoats in Manchester City centre. We provide the full range of integrated landscape services for our clients, from landscape assessment, through to masterplanning, detailed design and implementation. We have a range of clients in both the public and private sectors and work throughout the UK in support of planning, land promotion, and developments projects.
We are looking for a landscape architect with an interest in landscape assessment/ LVIA/ TVIA to join our team. We are looking for a candidate with strong written skills and ambition to further develop the landscape assessment area of our practice. Recent and ongoing landscape assessment projects include both rural and urban schemes, with proposals ranging from single hotel developments to major urban extensions.
Ability, commitment, and drive are more important to us than a set number of years of experience. We are therefore open to hear from a wide range of experience levels.
- Proven experience / interest in landscape assessment for LVA/ LVIA.
- Degree in Landscape Architecture (preferred).
- Excellent report writing and design skills.
- CAD and graphic software ability desirable.
- Good interpersonal skills.
- Full driving licence.
- Willing to travel throughout the country to undertake site visits.
Full time (37.5 hours /week) or part time (hours / days to be agreed)
£24K – £42K
- Pension contribution: 4%
- Healthcare cash back scheme
- Good health absence
- Discretionary profit share
- 31 days holiday / year
- Hybrid working
- Flexible working
- Dog friendly office
Please email your CV and up to ten pages of portfolio (under 5MB) with a covering letter outlining your aspirations to:
Dick Longdin at firstname.lastname@example.org
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