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Experienced Landscape Designer / Landscape Architect

Town & Gardens Town & Gardens Employer:
Long Island City, NY, USLocation:
Fri, Dec 1 '17Posted on:

Experienced Landscape Designer / Landscape Architect

Town & Gardens is a dynamic high-end landscape design-build firm in NYC. Our national award-winning firm is looking for an energetic candidate that is a self-starter who is able to be part of a team to manage and execute intricate, innovative outdoor garden spaces developed with our design team and top tier landscape architects, architects and development partners.   

We offer the opportunity to see a project from concept through design and to completion. This position is ideal for those interested in the unique and hands-on aspects of the design-build model.  

Requirements include:

  • Degree in Landscape Architecture, Landscape Design, or Architecture
  • 5+ Years Experience
  • Must be able to use CAD/Vectorworks, SketchUp, and Adobe Suite/CreativeCloud
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication
  • Ability to lead a project team and appropriately delegate work
  • Estimating and budgeting experience, familiarity with the bid process
  • Project management experience
  • Thorough knowledge of construction methods and process
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Job responsibilities include:

  • Project Management
  • Installation/Construction Management
  • Design Development
  • Building Submissions
  • DOB Filings/Landmarks Presentations familiarity
  • Estimating
  • Sales and Client Meetings
  • Work with in house field stuff and outside subcontractors 

  We offer a competitive salary, full benefits, participation in SIMPLE IRA program after 2 years, profit sharing, and paid vacation.

To apply, please email a Resume, Cover Letter, and Portfolio (no larger than 7MB) to Info@townandgardens.com. Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line.  

EOE/DFWP/ Background Checks required

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