Martha Schwartz Partners is seeking landscape architects

London-based landscape architecture practice Martha Schwartz Partners is seeking landscape architects to work on a range of high quality international projects. See below for information:
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Senior landscape architects
London, United Kingdom
They are a world leading, award-winning, highly creative landscape architecture office whose growing portfolio of UK, European, Middle Eastern projects leads us to look for dynamic, creative, focused and efficient people of the highest calibre to join our talented team.

Essential:

  • Diploma in Landscape Architecture/Landscape Urbanism or Architecture with at least five years experience in developing designs for complex projects
  • excellent communication and coordination skills, including the ability to sketch/develop designs on paper as well as digitally
  • experience of working directly with clients and other consultants
  • advanced CAD (2D and 3D), Rhino 3D and Adobe Suite skills
  • ability to work effectively in large project teams
  • fluency in English
  • relevant permit for working in the UK
  • applicants whose primary qualifications are not in landscape architecture must have at least three years experience working in a landscape design office and/or on primarily landscape design projects

Desirable:

  • international experience
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM) experience
  • parametric design
  • construction documentation experience
  • immediate availability

Salary: competitive.

www.marthaschwartz.com

Application deadline: August 28, 2015
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Interested parties to send CV and portfolio (maximum 6MB) to jobs@marthaschwartz.com.

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