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We are currently seeking a Graduate Landscape Architect and a Project Landscape Architect to join our growing team in Dublin. We offer a collaborative working environment with exciting and innovative projects and we actively support your professional development. Please review the positions below and send your CV and portfolio, including information about yourself and recent, relevant work to info@dfla.ie

Graduate Landscape Architect 

Profile
- A professional degree in Landscape Architecture or an equivalent qualification 
- One or two years professional experience post-graduation
- Excellent knowledge of design software packages, including AutoCAD, Adobe Suite,  SketchUp etc.
- Strong communication skills
- Excellent graphic design skills
- High level of technical understanding 
- Motivated self-starter who also works well in a team

Responsibilities
- Working under supervision on projects at all stages - from concept to construction
- Preparation of relevant documents and presentations for design team and client
- Developing supporting graphics, sketches and visualisations and sourcing precedents to support design ideas
- Report writing, analytical, presentation, and written and verbal communication
- Working collaboratively as part of a team and coordinating with client and design team to programme, brief and agreed procedures


Project Landscape Architect

Profile
- A professional degree in Landscape Architecture or an equivalent qualification
- Two to four years professional experience post-graduation. Please note chartership (ILI and/or LI UK) is preferable
- Proficiency in design software packages, including AutoCAD, Adobe Suite, SketchUp etc. 
- Strong communication skills
- Excellent graphic design skills
- High level of technical design skills and knowledge of building and planning regulations
- Ability to take initiative on projects at all design stages - from concept to construction 

Responsibilities
- Design and documentation in suitable formats at all project stages - from concept to construction
- Confidently present in a variety of formal and informal settings to design team and client
- Report writing, analytical, presentation, and written and verbal communication
- Liaison and coordination with multiple external disciplines including architects and engineers
- Running projects, with assistance, to programme, brief and to agreed procedures