Design Workshop

Aspen Entry-Level Design and Planning Professional

US-CO-Aspen
# of Openings
1
Category
Landscape Architecture

Overview

We are seeking an entry-level landscape design professional with 0-3 years of experience working in a design firm.

 

This position is available in our Aspen, CO office. 

 

In an effort to continue to be sensitive to the environment and to limit the use of precious resources, we request that applicants apply through our online employment application. Please address your specific and long-term interest in the Aspen, CO office in your cover letter. 

 

A complete application includes a cover letter, resume and portfolio. Please note all components must be in one document under 10 megs in size.

 

The deadline to apply is 11:59pm MST on Sunday, January 21.

 

Design Workshop is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Qualifications

An undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited landscape architecture program is required. Candidates with a master's degree or dual degrees in both landscape architecture and urban design or planning are strongly encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities

Exceptional graphic, AutoCAD, analysis and digital production skills are required. Proficiency in Adobe Suite and ArcGIS with examples of mapping and analysis are required in addition to proven experience with construction documentation. The ability to produce high-quality illustrations and computerized models in 3-D Max and/or SketchUp and impeccable writing skills are essential. Additional requirements include strong technical skills (grading, construction knowledge) as well as a positive attitude and open mind towards involvement on a wide range of project types. Candidates must be energetic, self-motivated, possess strong communication skills and great leadership qualities and take initiative. Candidates must have strong writing skills and learn new skills quickly.

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