The role of Senior Landscape Architect is to manage projects and help to support business development. Key responsibilities will include bidding, planning, designing, co-ordinating with internal and external teams, resourcing, and delivering both private and public realm projects at a number of sites in the UK and abroad. Candidates should have experience with all stages of work from conceptualisation, planning applications and design development through to procurement and construction on site. The role is client-facing and candidates should have excellent communication and presentation skills in addition to a minimum of five years’ experience working in design and the built environment.
- Work with Director to develop conceptual visions for projects and prepare proposals with a team of junior staff
- Act as project lead for approximately 5-8 projects at any given time at various work stages
- Bid on projects, which includes familiarity with public procurement procedures, developing resourcing and fee schedules
- Collaborate with internal teams and co-ordinate resourcing with other Senior Landscape Architects
- Produce hand-drawn and digital visualisations of proposals as required
- Co-ordinate with external teams and other consultants on various issues related to design development of a project
- Manage contracts and be capable of serving as Contract Administrator
- Mentor junior staff and help to develop appropriate skills
- Maintain digital filing system related to all project work
- Minimum five years’ experience working in the built environment
- Degree in Landscape Architecture or related field
- Right to work in the UK
- CMLI preferred
- Statutory pension contribution
- Statutory holiday 20 days plus 8 bank holidays
- Flexible working arrangements
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About Todd Longstaffe-Gowan Ltd.
Todd Longstaffe-Gowan takes on a range of diverse projects both in Britain and abroad. Many of them have included an element of conservation; Todd brings to his garden design a sense of the complexities of our relation to the past that is informed by his training and experience as an architect, landscape architect, cultural geographer and historian. He has a strong interest in the sculptural and dramatic potential of landscapes, and in the ways in which their aesthetic possibilities relate to the uses, activities and symbolic functions for which they are destined.