LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT (URBAN DESIGN)

Phil Rands

£Negotiable DOE – Hertfordshire, WD3

Our client needs a Chartered Landscape Architect to work on their growing portfolio of varied and exciting projects. They are a multi-disciplinary practice who create parks and public realm that include skateable, rideable, climbable, playable social places. 
We are looking for a Chartered Landscape Architect with the following:
  • Post-Graduate experience.
  • Experience in the design and planning process.
  • Experience in public realm design and build.
  • Excellent AutoCAD and Adobe Creative Suite skills.
  • Good 3d modelling experience.
  • Experience as the Chartered Landscape Architect liaising with a broader multi-disciplinary team 
They are a 30yr old firm with a small, young, and progressive core team that forms part of the wider collection of dozens of like-minded firms and individuals. Working as part of the core team they are eager to incorporate the successful Chartered Landscape Architect’s experience to help them to continue reimagining the nature of public places. Your personality is important, they are a friendly open-minded team with the desire and drive to make public places better and need you to want to be part of that. 
Their studio backs ancient woodland in leafy Chorleywood, 1mile from J17 of the M25 and Chorleywood Underground and Chiltern line Station. They can offer some flexible working, but the role requires you to be in the studio and willing and able to travel throughout the UK when necessary. 
About The Collective.
Their work as placemakers, fundraisers, designers, consultants and builders mean they are unusual in offering an in-house service from concept to delivery, but it is their desire to solve social and health inequality issues that sits is at the heart of everything they do. They build multi-disciplinary places so whether it is skate, ride, climb, movement, play or social, their goal is to make public places more active and communities more cohesive. They love breaking stereotypes and believe nobody should be excluded because of their age, race, gender or ability.