STLAi is hiring a full-time Intermediate Landscape Architect

Scott Torrance Landscape Architect Inc. is an award-winning Toronto-based design practice located on the Danforth just steps away from Broadview subway station. Our office provides a creative, relaxed and collaborative work atmosphere. Our work is diverse, interesting and challenging, consulting to both public and private sector clients. We provide ecological- based sustainable design solutions. Passionate about design excellence, we are pleased to have reviewed a number of design awards for our work from our peers.

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic intermediate Landscape Architect to join our team.

Position: Intermediate Landscape Architect

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with principal and senior landscape architects; assist in preparation of conceptual designs, construction documents and contract administration.
  • Quickly communicate design ideas
  • Attend project and site meetings
  • Manage multiple projects and effectively meet deadlines

Position Requirements:

  • A minimum of 5 years experience working in a professional landscape architectural office
  • Eligibility or preferably full membership in OALA is an asset
  • Familiar with City of Toronto and GTA municipal application processes
  • Proven organization and time management skills
  • Ability to produce construction drawings, specifications and tender documents for different types of projects
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficiency in Revit preferred
  • Expertise in AutoCAD 2014 is a must
  • Expertise in Adobe Creative Suite is a must
  • Expertise in Microstation is an asset
  • Demonstratrated experience in tendering and contract administration
  • Driver’s license

Please visit our website: www.scotttorrance.ca and our blog: http://www.scotttorrance.ca/blog/

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If you’re interested, please send a cover letter, CV and samples of your portfolio (5 MB maximum file size) to lei@scotttorrance.ca

Thanks,

Scott