Senior Landscape Architect

Newcastle, Tyne and Wear
circa £40,000
21 Jan 2014
18 Feb 2014
Job Type

Our multidisciplinary Newcastle-based client are currently growing their Landscape team and as a result they now have an opportunity for a Senior Landscape Architect to join the successful division. The opportunity offers access to a wide range of projects in a number of sectors, including Waste Management, Land & Property, Mining & Minerals, Renewable Energy and Infrastructure.

Working alongside other specialist departments including soils, hydrology, biodiversity and archaeology amongst other disciplines – you’ll have the opportunity to be a key part of projects from the beginning to completion. You’ll be responsible for leasing with clients, employees and external stakeholders such as local authorities and other consultants throughout the whole process.

To be considered for this opportunity, you will have the following experience:

- Ideally around 3-5 years commercial experience

- Chartered member of the Landscape Institute

- Proven experience of excellent report writing skills

- Thorough knowledge of EIA process

- Degree in relevant discipline (ideally Landscape Architecture)

Whilst our client have asked us to fill the post as soon as possible, they are also very particular about who they wish to invite for interview. They have a close-nit team and when people join the department, they tend to stay. The business pride themselves on high staff retention. As such, this opportunity is suited to a career minded professional looking to progress themselves within our client’s organisation.

In return for this commitment, you will be offered an excellent, interesting and varied career in a supportive working environment. Your remuneration package will be very competitive, this coupled with a transparent career path offers the right individual an excellent opportunity.

To register your interest and find out more about the role, please contact Mike Reynolds at NT Energy in Edinburgh, or apply via the link provided.