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Graduate Landscape Architect - Oxford

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Gillespies

21d ago

💼 Graduate Job

Oxford

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  • You must have basic knowledge of UK planning, technical standards, and software, along with excellent communication skills and a passion for landscape architecture. Be adaptable, resilient, creative, and driven to succeed.
  • You will assist in preparing presentations, drawings for approval, attend meetings, coordinate project tasks, develop sketches, draft reports, research project briefs, support landscape assessments, and undertake design exercises and CAD drafting.

Graduate Job

Architecture & Urban PlanningOxford

Description

  • We are looking for a talented Graduate Landscape Architect to join our London studio with strong graphic skills and direct design implementation experience. Experienced chartered landscape architects are welcome to apply.

Requirements

  • Skills Required:
  • Basic knowledge of the UK planning system, planning guidance and policy context and landscape planning processes.
  • Basic understanding of the technical standards and regulations pertinent to our industry.
  • Exposure to how a professional practice operates and an understanding of what it is to be a Landscape Architect / Urban Designer.
  • Sound working knowledge of software packages pertinent to the task required.
  • Sound-written, hand-drawn and verbal communication skills.
  • Essential Skills:
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • Resilient
  • Creative thinker
  • Problem solver
  • Interested in learning
  • Enthusiastic and driven
  • Passionate
  • Self-motivated

Education requirements

Bachelors

Area of Responsibilities

Architecture & Urban Planning

Responsibilities

  • Being able to:
  • Assist in the preparation of presentation materials in a range of mediums.
  • Assist in the preparation of drawings/packages of drawings for planning and building control approval, tender and construction purposes.
  • Attend and assist in preparation for internal and external meetings.
  • Coordinate certain tasks or elements of a project.
  • Develop and prepare sketch work and illustrative materials.
  • Drafting of reports or sections within a report.
  • Proactive role in the maintenance of project files, printing, scanning drawings and preparing drawing issues.
  • Research project briefs, precedents, case studies, materials and construction products.
  • Support landscape assessment fieldwork and surveys and assist with landscape planning documents such as LVIA, TVIA, LVA, and landscape studies, including appendices.
  • Undertake design exercises and creative concept work.
  • Undertake drafting, setting up and amending drawings in accordance with CAD standards.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

hybrid

Location

Oxford

Benefits

  • A competitive salary with a range of benefits
  • A ‘flexi-hours’ scheme to allow for a healthy work-life balance.
  • Hybrid working - 2 days a week working from home and 3 days in the office.
  • An exciting and creative office with frequent social activities