Landscape Architects (All levels)
Role: Landscape Architecture (All levels)
Location: Nationwide (All offices)
Salary: Dependent on position and experience
Type: Permanent and full time (part time considered)
Due to continued project success Lanpro are looking to expand our Landscape Architecture team. We would like to hear from Landscape Architects at all levels, from those wishing to gain experience after graduation; to developing their existing experience on a diverse range of multidisciplinary projects and who would like to develop and lead their own teams. We work across all stages of projects and in all sectors with projects ranging from small to large scale. Our continued growth in all sectors including residential and renewable energy across the UK provides opportunities to both travel and make a difference locally.
- Work on RIBA/LI work stages 0-7
- Masterplanning, green infrastructure and biodiversity led design.
- Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA).
- Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team on large scale EIA projects.
- Hard and Soft Landscape Design.
- Historic Landscape Restoration.
- Public Realm Design etc.
Skills & Experience:
- Degree/Diploma in Landscape Architecture;
- Membership of Landscape Institute - Associate or CMLI (subject to role);
- Ability to write clear concise reports and design innovative and creative landscapes; and
- Working knowledge of AutoCAD, InDesign and Photoshop. GIS would be an advantage.
The practice is dedicated to providing CPD for staff. We run regular lunchtime CPD’s and provide excellent training opportunities to ensure quality and best practice for our clients and significant personal development opportunities for our staff.
Please send a covering letter or email, A4 examples of reports and A3 colour examples of design work.
If you would like to hear more about the roles or would like an informal discussion please contact Mark Topping on 07392 081587 or email email@example.com.
Experienced Heritage Consultant required
Role: Principal Heritage Consultant (associate level)
Location: York/Possible flexible
Salary: Dependent on experience
Type: Flexible and home working will be considered
As part of the rapid expansion of our York office, and our heritage services nationally, we have an exciting opportunity available for an experienced, enthusiastic and driven heritage consultant.
We are looking for a commercially aware, talented and motivated individual to provide solid and consistent advice to our clients, and someone who is keen to take on a new challenge. Developing business as part of the company’s overall growth strategy both regionally and nationally will be central to the role, and experience of working across northern England in particular would be desirable.
You will have an enthusiastic and proactive attitude to your work, and will undertake a range of responsibilities, including providing consultancy advice, producing heritage statements and contributing to other planning documents, primarily for large-scale residential, commercial and renewable energy schemes. You will also advise and work closely with other members of the wider Lanpro team across disciplines. You will be a full member of the IHBC, have an excellent understanding of relevant local and national planning policy and legislation, and preferably have inquiry experience.
Our heritage services compliment the multi-disciplinary planning, development, archaeology and design services offered by Lanpro. Building on our reputation for clear, practical, and commercially focused advice, we have continued to grow and this is a great opportunity to take on a new challenge at the forefront of our expansion.
The role will come with a generous salary, discretionary bonuses, a flexible working environment and fantastic opportunities for career progression.
Although York-based, the role will involve travel around the UK, therefore a full driving license and access to a car is essential.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Paul Gajos, Director of Archaeology and Heritage on: 01777 552 001.
To apply, please email a CV and covering letter to Paul Gajos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications 28.05.21.