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Associate Landscape Architect

Advertiser: Tract ConsultantsMore jobs from this company

Job Information

Job Listing Date
7 Jan 2019
Location
Melbourne, CBD & Inner Suburbs
Salary
Base + AILA + Benefits
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Design & Architecture, Landscape Architecture

Associate Landscape Architect

Join the Tract team in our Geelong office!

This is a fantastic opportunity for career advancement, including a potential pathway into Senior Management, and to join a design focused consultancy with opportunities to grow the landscape architecture practice in Geelong and regional Victoria.

Join our small, growing, local Geelong based team, in a leadership role. Our Geelong office has all the benefits of being part of a national design firm with over 100 landscape architects to engage with, while also enjoying the great coastal lifestyle which Geelong offers. Our office is centrally located in the heart of Geelong CBD with its revitalising laneways and burgeoning bar & restaurant culture.

We are involved in a range of interesting projects ranging from tourism, institutional, residential, retirement, commercial & environmental projects.

Tract's benefits and culture encompass: 

  • The opportunity to work on a wide variety of collaborative projects
  • Great work/life balance and Professional Development opportunities
  • Close collaboration with Melbourne office
  • Income Protection Insurance
  • Paid Parental Leave

We are looking for an experienced Associate level Landscape Architect with:

  • Proven post-graduate experience at a senior level, including project leadership
  • The ability to develop and maintain strong client relationships
  • Exposure to and interest in business development
  • Well established private consultancy experience and a commercial attitude
  • A strong awareness of and the expertise to respond to new and emerging issues across the industry

Interested? Please submit your resume, cover letter and portfolio via the relevant links. We look forward to hearing from you.

Join the Tract team in our Geelong office!

This is a fantastic opportunity for career advancement, including a potential pathway into Senior Management, and to join a design focused consultancy with opportunities to grow the landscape architecture practice in Geelong and regional Victoria.

Join our small, growing, local Geelong based team, in a leadership role. Our Geelong office has all the benefits of being part of a national design firm with over 100 landscape architects to engage with, while also enjoying the great coastal lifestyle which Geelong offers. Our office is centrally located in the heart of Geelong CBD with its revitalising laneways and burgeoning bar & restaurant culture.

We are involved in a range of interesting projects ranging from tourism, institutional, residential, retirement, commercial & environmental projects.

Tract's benefits and culture encompass: 

  • The opportunity to work on a wide variety of collaborative projects
  • Great work/life balance and Professional Development opportunities
  • Close collaboration with Melbourne office
  • Income Protection Insurance
  • Paid Parental Leave

We are looking for an experienced Associate level Landscape Architect with:

  • Proven post-graduate experience at a senior level, including project leadership
  • The ability to develop and maintain strong client relationships
  • Exposure to and interest in business development
  • Well established private consultancy experience and a commercial attitude
  • A strong awareness of and the expertise to respond to new and emerging issues across the industry

Interested? Please submit your resume, cover letter and portfolio via the relevant links. We look forward to hearing from you.

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

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