Jobs & Internships

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Summer Internship
LandDesign, multiple locations (Deadline 2/14/2017)

LandDesign is accepting applications for full-time summer (2018) landscape architecture interns.

http://www.landdesign.com/careers/

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2018 Sustainable Design Internship
Conservation Design Forum, Lombard, IL (Deadline 2/23/2018)

This summer, Conservation Design Forum is offering talented landscape architecture students and recent graduates a paid internship position in our Lombard, Illinois office. Please refer to the attached files for details.

PDF icon 2018 Sustainable Design Internship Announcement

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Coastal Cultural Landscape Vulnerability Assessment Summer Internship
National Park Service Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation, Boston (Posted on 12/12/2017)

The National Park Service Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation is  advertising a 12-week summer internship in Boston, Massachusetts, analyzing the vulnerability of Northeast coastal cultural landscapes to climate change. 

http://futureparkleaders.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/FINAL-OLMS-FPL-Internship-Announcement.pdf

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Landscape Designer & Planning/community design project manager
SITES Southwest, Albuquerque, NM (Posted on 12/13/2017)

SITES Southwest is hiring a planning/community design project manager and a landscape designer. 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT-IN-TRAINING

1 to 2 years’ experience

Sites Southwest is dedicated to improving place through environmentally appropriate, creative, and contemporary design. We are a diverse group of design professionals who work collaboratively across multiple disciplines, including landscape architecture, planning, urban design, strategic planning, and environmental design. Our design process starts with an understanding of ecology, an intuitive understanding of need, and thoughtful execution to create inspiring, contextually-responsive solutions.

Sites Southwest is seeking a landscape architect or designer to join our team. We are seeking motivated team players with a passion for landscape design and urban design and a commitment to affecting positive change in the Rio Grande corridor. We offer a competitive salary and robust benefit package.

The successful applicant will be heavily involved in a range of cutting edge projects focusing on great design and green infrastructure for a wide variety of project types. The main duties and responsibilities of this position will be doing research, creating conceptual ideas and renderings, design drawings and documentation, and providing construction services for great clients while contributing to your own advancement and helping realize a more appropriate vision for site and landscape design in the southwest.

This role requires proficiency in design and organization through hand drawing, AutoCAD, the Adobe Design Suite, and rendering software. It also requires a passion for the environment and excellent design in a collaborative setting. Exceptional communication skills within the team and with clients will be essential to be effective in this role. Candidates must have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from an accredited program. If you are passionate and engaged, you will thrive at Sites Southwest.

If you are interested in this opportunity please contact us at mail@sites-sw.com and send your resume, portfolio and any information that would help us understand your talents and interests.


PLANNING/COMMUNITY DESIGN  PROJECT MANAGER

The firm is seeking a talented individual to lead our planning projects. The firm’s portfolio of projects includes comprehensive plans; downtown and redevelopment plans; housing plans; development process (zoning and land use); collection and analysis of socioeconomic data; public speaking and meeting attendance; public participation and input facilitation; creation of maps, graphics and other exhibits; plan writing; and proposal writing. Applicant should exhibit knowledge of land use regulations – traditional zoning, form based codes, design standards, subdivision regulations. Our clients include municipalities, counties, state agencies, private developers and institutions.

This position will be a primary point of contact with our clients and teaming partners. The position provides an opportunity for a person who can work comfortably in multidisciplinary teams, both as the team leader and as a subject matter expert.

Minimum qualifications include a graduate degree in community and regional planning or related degree. Applicant should have 5 to 10 years of experience following graduation, with increasingly responsible roles in land and site planning, policy development, plan and proposal writing and project management.  Applicant must be able to work independently and organize a project team to meet deadlines and budgets.  AICP certification required or obtained within one year of date of hire.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office products is essential. Spanish language skills, proficiency in software relevant to planning projects and previous consulting experience will be considered a plus.

The successful applicant will manage projects from conception through completion and coordinate multidisciplinary teams with our landscape architecture and environmental planning staff and our subconsultants. The position is based in our Albuquerque office. Project locations are throughout New Mexico and the El Paso area. Travel is required.

We offer outstanding benefits for full-time employees and flexible working hours.

Submit cover letter summarizing past planning experience and professional goals, a resume with three references, and a short writing sample (under ten pages) related to planning via e-mail, flash drive, or CD to Sites Southwest, 121 Tijeras NE, Suite 3100, Albuquerque, NM 87102, Attn: Kumiko Styes; or to mail@sites-sw.com.

Position is open until filled.

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2018 Summer Internship Program
Design Workshop, multiple locations (Deadline 1/12/2018 11:59 MST)

Design Workshop is now accepting applications for the 2018 summer internship program for students pursuing degrees in landscape architecture, urban design and/or planning as well as recent graduates. Design Workshop requires applicants to apply through our online Employment Application. The application deadline is January 12th at 11:59pm MST.

In conjunction to the application process, there will be a virtual information session highlighting our summer internship program on January 9th. Attached is a flyer with additional information! Please share this with all interested students and colleagues. Registration is required in order to receive the webinar information.

https://careers-designworkshop.icims.com/jobs/1143/2018-summer-internship-program/job?mobile=false&width=1120&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

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Entry Level Designer
Hodgson Douglas, Nashville, TN (Posted on 12/14/2017)

Hodgson Douglas, an award-winning landscape architecture firm located in Nashville, TN, is seeking an Entry Level Designer with 1-4 years of professional experience to join our energetic and creative design studio.

PDF icon Hodgson Douglas_Entry_Level_Ad

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Regional Arts & Culture Planner
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), Boston (Posted on11/27/3017)

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is hiring for a Regional Arts and Culture Planner. They are looking to fill this position by early 2018.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mapc/jobs/1905776/regional-arts-culture-planner

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Urban Designer / Planner
Gorrill Palmer, South Portland, Maine 04106 (Posted on 10/26/2017)

Gorrill Palmer is seeking an Urban Designer/Planner to support and strengthen our planning and land development teams. This individual will assist our Planning Group Leader and will work on planning and development design initiatives for both public and private clients, while also working with all of Gorrill Palmer’s other Groups, including the land development, transportation engineering, transportation planning, and municipal engineering groups.
Gorrill Palmer is a collaborative, multi-disciplinary group of professionals including civil and transportation engineers as well as a growing planning team and focus. We work with a wide range of public and private clients in the transportation, real estate/development, institutional, and energy industries, as well as local, county, state and federal governments.

Responsibilities

  • Execute project work that includes the creation of urban and development design plans, transportation streetscape and corridor plans, renderings and visualization graphics, comprehensive master plans, vision plans, and design guidelines
  • Perform and assist in preparing zoning analysis, new or amended land use codes, planning and land use research, housing studies and related planning initiatives
  • Perform and assist in preparing transportation planning initiatives, including bicycle and pedestrian plans, multi-modal transportation plans including transit, and complete street initiatives
  • Prepare and compile development applications, narratives and related submissions, for local, State and Federal permitting processes and planning and transportation applications
  • Prepare reports, presentations, and illustrative graphics
  • Assist and collaborate with Group Leaders and Project Managers on marketing materials for project pursuits along with project and other company updates on the company website
  • Assist the Planning Group Leader and GP Leadership in identifying and implementing innovative and creative approaches to undertaking urban design and planning assignments, including working with new technologies, graphic techniques and communication strategies in overall product delivery across Groups

Skills/Abilities

  • Team-oriented with the ability to work with the Planning Group leader and a diverse group of other staff and teams, including Transportation Engineering, Land Development, Transportation Planning and Municipal Groups
  • The ability to work in a collaborative and dynamic environment
  • Digital media design skills and software experience including, AutoCad, Photoshop, Sketch-Up, Illustrator, InDesign, PowerPoint and full Microsoft Office Suite. Strong graphic and rendering skills are desired
  • Presentation graphics skills (both hand-drawn and computer-aided)
  • Strong knowledge of urban design and planning best practices
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
  • Collaborative design, planning and problem-solving skills with team partners, clients and project stakeholders

Qualifications

  • BA in urban design, landscape architecture, planning, or related field (Master Degree is beneficial)
  • 3+ years of urban design, planning and landscape design experience
  • Professional AICP certification and/or CLARB certification is beneficial
  • LEED Certification (or similar) is beneficial
  • Experience with, and interest in, urban design, development, planning, and transportation planning initiatives
  • Public speaking experience
  • Experience working in a collaborative, team environment

Please forward your resume via mail or e-mail to:

  • employment@gorrillpalmer.com
  • Gorrill Palmer 707 Sable Oaks Drive, Suite 30 South Portland, Maine 04106
  • Gorrill Palmer is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

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2018 Spring internship
SWA/Balsley, New York, NY (Deadline 11/4/2017)

SWA/Balsley is the successor firm of Thomas Balsley Associates, a New York City-based design firm that specializes in urban landscape architecture in both the public and private realms. The firm’s diverse portfolio in New York and around the world includes award-winning landscapes of all scales, including parks, plazas, street-scapes and waterfronts.

We are offering a full-time paid internship opportunity for approximately six months from January to June, 2018 to a student with outstanding written and verbal communication skills and exemplary design and technical skills. The individual should have experience in creating innovative and sophisticated design/presentation graphics.

Our studio environment offers interns an opportunity to interact directly with Tom Balsley, the 2015 recipient of the prestigious ASLA Design Medal. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and portfolio of their work in PDF format (10mb max) to zgu@swabalsley.com by November 4, 2017.

PDF icon Intern Ad_Spring 2018.pdf

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Winter Internship
Reed Hilderbrand, New Haven, CT Office (Posted on 10/6/2017)

Reed Hilderbrand is a nationally recognized, award-winning landscape architectural firm with locations in Cambridge, Massachusetts and New Haven, Connecticut. In the context of a collaborative studio atmosphere, our firm strives for clarity of purpose in all aspects of design; collaborating with other artists and professionals across the country to help colleges and universities, museums, municipalities, and individual homeowners articulate ideas through landscape.

We are seeking qualified candidates who are pursuing a degree in landscape architecture for a paid Winter internship opportunity in the New Haven office. The internship would ideally begin in January and have a duration of 10-12 weeks depending on candidate availability.

DESCRIPTION
Our internship program provides the unique opportunity to gain experience working on both active projects and the firms research initiatives. Interns are expected to participate in
team meetings, design studies, graphics and production in all phases of the design process. Depending on the needs of the office, interns may also be expected to conduct a research
project. Themes from past projects have included storm-water management in public space, analysis of urban soils and their composition, and design standards for urban tree
planting. The research component is intended to compliment an active project and align with the interns individual interests.

REQUIREMENTS
Ideal candidates will have:

  • -a positive attitude and a proactive approach to work
  • -the capacity to think conceptually
  • -strong graphic and verbal communication skills
  • -the ability to use 3D modeling as both a spatial study and a presentation tool
  • -proficiency in CAD (Vectorworks a plus), Sketch-up, Rhino and Adobe Creative Suite for the production of both presentation and construction drawings
  • -the ability to conduct research and compile findings for both internal office presentation and wider distribution
  • -a willingness to help out in all capacities of office operations

To apply, please submit a single pdf containing your cover letter, CV, and digital work samples or portfolio to Alex Pisha, AlexP@reedhilderbrand.com

PDF icon Internship Announcement.pdf

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Conservation Planner
City of Worcester, MA (Deadline: 10/13/2017)

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Planning Technician
City of Keene, NH (Deadline: 10/13/2017 4pm)

The City of Keene has an immediate opening for a full-time planning technician.  If you are an aspiring planner who is interested in a career which allows you to focus on sustainability and positively impacting the community and all who live here, and you would enjoy working in a challenging and dynamic atmosphere, please send us your qualifications! This position provides support for a broad range of planning functions, including the regulatory review process, and is critical to carrying out key objectives for the department, including the land use code update. 

The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in planning or a closely related field, and have at least one year of experience in NH municipal planning.  This position is responsible for a variety of duties, including both technical office and field work involved in the processing and review of regulatory applications and enforcement of City ordinances, codes and regulations; issuing permits for land use changes and construction, and conducting inspections; and providing technical and administrative assistance to Planning and Code Enforcement staff.

Other duties may include:

  • Evening and early morning meetings with the Historic District Commission, Planning Board, and Conservation Commission. 
  • Site inspections to determine compliance
  • Project coordination
  • Preparing requests for proposals
  • Conducting surveys, compiling data, and performing statistical analysis
  • Providing information to the public relating to zoning, building code and environmental review

Candidates should have the ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations, and to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.  Computer skills are required, including a working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and graphics software. Physical demands of this position include the ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds; standing and walking; reaching with hands and arms; talking or hearing.  Specific vision abilities include close vision.

A valid driver’s license is required.  Pay rate is $24.31 to $30.29/hour, with a competitive  benefits plan, which includes medical, dental, life, and disability insurances.

Complete an application at www.ci.keene.nh.us/jobs.   Applications will be accepted until October 13, 2017 at 4PM.

THE CITY OF KEENE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

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National Park Service Internship Opportunities
Deadline 10/30/2017

The National Park Service Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation is pleased to offer two 7-month student internships in plant records management and video production.


PLANT RECORDS MANAGEMENT RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

In collaboration with the National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE), the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation is currently seeking a research associate to assist with piloting IrisBG plant collection management software at three units of the National Park System: Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site (MA), Longfellow House Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site (MA), and John Muir National Historic Site (CA).

This project builds on a previous phase of work, which evaluated leading plant records management software options for use in national parks. Findings are available: www.ncptt.nps.gov/blog/modernizing-national-park-service-plant-records-management-2017-02/

The Plant Records Management Research Associate will:

  • Work with NPS employees across cultural resources, natural resources, maintenance, and interpretation divisions to implement IrisBG by aggregating, standardizing, and importing existing vegetation datasets;
  • Devise best practices and train park employees in the use of IrisBG;
  • Develop web-based interpretive tools for the public based on the IrisBG Garden Explorer platform; and
  • Create a summary report detailing best practices for working with large datasets, streamlining workflows, and developing interpretive tools based on IrisBG. 

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

  • Botanical and horticultural knowledge;
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and ArcGIS, including mapping complex datasets (Prior coding experience, with a focus on SQL, or database experience, with a focus on data analytics, mapping, or web publishing, is a plus.);
  • Ability to communicate and write effectively;
  • Ability to work independently and on multiple tasks; and
  • Experience or willingness to work in a multicultural environment where diversity is an institutional value.

The Plant Records Management Associate must be currently enrolled in a degree-seeking program or have graduated within the past 12 months, a U.S. citizen/national/permanent resident, and pass a Federal background check. 

This 30-week (about 7-month) position will be hosted at the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation’s office in downtown Boston. A 40-hour work week is anticipated. A $15/hour pre-tax stipend is provided, along with a monthly transit pass ($85/mo. value). A vehicle is not needed. Housing is not provided.

Apply by Monday, October 30, 2107 by sending the following to christopher_beagan@nps.gov as a single PDF attachment:

  • Cover letter, including dates of availability
  • Resume, including academic background, volunteer and work experience, technical skills, interest areas, and 2 academic or professional references
  • Current academic transcript (unofficial)

CULTURAL LANDSCAPE VIDEO PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE

Over the past four decades, the National Park Service has produced an impressive suite of cultural landscape reports, documenting the history, condition, and significance of cultural landscapes across the United States. These reports are designed for and used primarily by National Park Service staff and partners to advance resource management and interpretation. Their content can be overwhelming for public audiences interested in an overview of the most salient and exciting aspects of a landscape’s history and significance during a short park visit.

In collaboration with the National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE), the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation is currently seeking a Video Production Associate to assist with creating videos that communicate the history and significance of national park cultural landscapes based on completed cultural landscape reports.

The Cultural Landscape Video Production Associate will work with Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation staff to translate key content from completed cultural landscape reports to short videos. Through this project, the team will design, produce, edit, and distribute videos about cultural landscapes and cultural landscape stewardship for the education and inspiration of park visitors and staff.

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

  • Proficiency in video production using Adobe After Effects;
  • Familiarity with web publishing;
  • Ability to communicate and write effectively;
  • Ability to work independently and on multiple tasks;
  • Interest in the National Park Service and cultural landscapes; and
  • Experience or willingness to work in a multicultural environment where diversity is an institutional value.

The Cultural Landscape Video Production Associate must be currently enrolled in a degree-seeking program or have graduated within the past 12 months, a U.S. citizen/national/permanent resident, and pass a Federal background check. 

This 30-week (7-month) position will be hosted at the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation’s office in downtown Boston. A 40-hour work week is anticipated. A $15/hour pre-tax stipend is provided, along with a monthly transit pass ($85/mo. value). A vehicle is not needed. Housing is not provided.

Apply by Monday, October 30, 2107 by sending the following to christopher_beagan@nps.gov as a single PDF attachment:

  • Cover letter, including dates of availability and links to recent video work samples
  • Resume, including academic background, volunteer and work experience, technical skills, interest areas, and 2 academic or professional references
  • Current academic transcript (unofficial)

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Conservation Agent - Shared position
City of Easthampton & the Town of Southampton (Deadline: 10/11/2017)

The City of Easthampton and the Town of Southampton are now seeking a Shared Conservation Agent to serve their respective municipalities on a part-time basis. The Shared Conservation Agent will provide support, coordination, and professional management for the Conservation Commissions in Easthampton and Southampton in carrying out their respective mandates and missions to protect the community's natural resources.

This is a joint, part-time position with 19 weekly hours divided between the City and Town (11 hours in Easthampton, 8 hours in Southampton). The qualified candidate will be contracted for employment with the City of Easthampton (the host municipality) and supervised in Easthampton by the City Planner and in Southampton by the chair of the Conservation Commission. Throughout the grant year, Easthampton and Southampton will seek to allocate local funding to sustain the shared cost for this position beyond the grant period, starting July 1, 2018.

PDF icon conservation_agent_shared_2017.pdf

Posting ends October 11, 2017.
Application can be found at
https://www.easthampton.org/employment.html or
http://www.pvpc.org/bids/job-description-shared-conservation-agent.

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Landscape Designer 1-2 years experience
Freeman Companies, Hartford, CT (Posted on 9/6/2017)

Freeman Companies, a multi-discipline design firm based in Hartford, CT, has an immediate opportunity for a site designer/landscape architect with 1-2 years of experience to join our landscape architecture studio. The candidate will provide design and support services for private and public clients. Our project work ranges from municipal parks and urban streetscapes to residential communities, corporate and educational facilities. Applicants should be hard-working, self-motivated, and detail oriented with strong design, graphic and communication skills. 

Skills Required:

  • Proficient in the use of current versions of AutoCAD
  • Expertise in traditional and digital renderings and graphics (Sketch-up / Adobe suite)
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Proficiency in grading
  • Seeks to obtain licensure within 12-24 months
  • Strong knowledge of plant materials
  • Knowledge of commonly used computer software (Word, Excel)

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from an accredited college program.

To apply for this position applicants should send cover letter, resume, references and portfolio to: Info@freemancos.com  

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Redevelopment Director
Brookline Housing Authority (posted on 9/8/2017)

The Brookline Housing Authority (BHA) seeks a Director of Redevelopment to lead its efforts to renovate and recapitalize its public housing developments. This position is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated person with broad skills and experience. 

Please see the pdf for for a complete position description and more information. 

PDF icon brookline ha redevelopment director 9 5 17.pdf

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Landscaping
UMass Residential Life Special Projects (Deadline 10/15/2017)

Job Title: Landscaping

Hiring Period: Fall Semester | Hourly Pay Rate: $11.00 | Hours per week: Flexible up to 20

On/Off Campus: On Campus | Work-Study/Non Work-Study: Work-Study, Non Work-Study

Job Description: SPECIAL PROJECTS ASSISTANTS: Special Project Assistants are undergraduate students who are actively enrolled in a degree-granting program. Each individual may work up to 20 hours per week during the Fall and Spring semesters with full time hours available during the winter and summer breaks. Work hours are 7:00 AM until 3:00 PM with a minimum commitment of 3 hours on each available day of work.. Starting wage rate will be $11 per hour. Work Study recipients are welcome, but an award is not required. 

The Office of Special Projects is an integral participant in the Residential Life program and is staffed primarily by students. Daily tasks are assigned by Student Supervisors when practical. Tasks may include assisting full-time trades to remove construction debris from on-going projects within halls and Family Housing apartments; grounds work (some mowing, raking, gardening, weeding, plant bed creation and maintenance, mulching, planting flowers, shrubs and occasional trees, episodic pruning, moving furniture and equipment, and other requested activity that will provide service to our primary stakeholders. In the winter we perform snow removal and ice control tasks. All staff must possess a current driver’s license, and may not be under a judicial sanction or other legal restriction that may limit access to any segment of the on-campus residential community. Daily tasks will be undertaken in both inclement and excellent weather conditions. An ability to accomplish heavy lifting and moving is important. Candidates with prior landscaping and other compatible outdoor experience are preferred, but this is not a requirement.

If interested please email Josh Burton at jjburton@umass.edu for instructions. The Special Projects office is open from 7 AM until 3 PM, Monday through Friday. Applications will be received through Oct. 15, 2017.

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Entry Level Landscape Designer
Freeman Companies, Hartford, CT (Posted on 8/31/2017)

Freeman Companiesa multi-discipline design firm based in Hartford, CT, has an immediate opportunity for a landscape architect with 1-3 years of experience to join our landscape architecture studio. The candidate will provide design and support services for private and public clients. Our project work ranges from municipal parks and urban streetscapes to residential communities, corporate and educational facilities. Applicants should be hard-working, self-motivated, and detail oriented with strong design, graphic, and communication skills. 

Skills Required:

  • Proficient in the use of current versions of AutoCAD
  • Expertise in traditional and digital renderings and graphics (Sketch-up / Adobe suite)
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Proficiency in grading
  • Seeks to obtain licensure within 12-24 months
  • Strong knowledge of plant materials
  • Knowledge of commonly used computer software (Word, Excel)

Qualifications:

A Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from an accredited college program.

To apply for this position applicants should send cover letter, resume, references and portfolio to: info@freemancos.com

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Parks Planning & Design Intern
Town of Manchester, CT (Posted on 8/28/2017)

The Town of Manchester seeks to engage a graduate student or recent graduate in landscape architecture, urban design or a related field to assist in the creation of a master plan for Center Springs Park, a 57-acre urban park in the town’s core. See job posting below. 

To Apply:
Submit a cover letter, resume and relevant work samples (in particular, evidence of design skills such as conceptual renderings or visualizations and a brief writing sample) to Kyle Shiel, Senior Planner at kshiel@manchesterct.gov.

PDF icon Town-of-Manchester-Parks-Planning-Intern-Job-Description.pdf

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Entry level Landscape Designer
Greylock Design Associates, Lenox, MA (Posted 8/2/2017)
Greylock Design Associates is looking to hire an entry level - 2 years of experience in Landscape Architecture for their Lenox MA office.  Individual(s) must have knowledge of CAD, Creative Suites, solid design skills, independence and ability to collaborate with other professionals.
Opening is immediate.
We enjoy client relationships in many aspects of the field of Landscape Architecture, (Residential, Institutional, Commercial, Planning, etc..). We are potentially opening a Boston office in the not so distant future (possible to transfer to Boston once Established). 

 
Please have portfolios and a letter of interest sent to:
Robert Akroyd 
Rakroyd@greylockdesign.com

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Entry Level Landscape Designer
Shadley Associates, Lexington, MA (Posted 7/17/2017)

Shadley Associates currently has an open position for an entry level landscape architect. Also, we review employment applications whether or not we have open positions, so please send us information about yourself whether or not we have an open position.  The employee we are seeking has:

A minimum of one year of professional experience after an undergraduate or graduate degree in Landscape Architecture.  We are seeking a mature, independent landscape designer proficient in Office, AutoCADD, Adobe/Photoshop and Sketchup who can contribute to multidisciplinary projects.  Candidates should be able to draw their visions by hand and by computer, work with complex interdisciplinary teams as well as colleague landscape architects, and to create the plans, details and other documents from which the designs will be built.  Strong written and verbal communication skills are required.

SA offers a competitive salary and generous benefits package based on experience and qualifications, along with exceptional growth and reward opportunities for motivated individuals.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please email cover letter, resume and work samples to Pamela Shadley at pshadley@shadleyassociates.com
Website: http://www.shadleyassociates.com/employment

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