Our client, the Horsley Witten Group is expanding their Landscape Architecture team and is looking to hire an experienced Landscape Designer to their team. This role will be involved with a wide variety of environmental, park, site development, and restoration projects throughout New England. There is flexibility in where the position is based and has some remote/hybrid flexibility.
The projects will focus on the theme of Conservation, Preservation, and Protection. Supporting clients that include conservation groups, land banks, municipalities, and the occasional private client. There is some flexibility in the experience level of the role, but the ideal candidate will have an interest in Project Management and growing their career.
Horsley Witten Group is an engineering and environmental consulting firm founded on the principles of sustainable water resource protection. They’re committed to working with clients that also share this commitment to sound environmental and sustainability practices. It’s this commitment to the environment that separates them from other environmental services firms. If you became an environmental professional to positively impact the environment, this is an opportunity and firm worth exploring.
- Site design, grading and drainage, and planting plans from concept through construction
- Cost estimating
- Drafting support for production (AutoCAD) of design plans
- Graphic support including plans, sections, elevations, and perspectives for the inclusion in reports, presentations, and outreach materials
- Developing hand-drawn concept plans and sketches to effectively convey design ideas
- Coordination with sub-consultants or allied professionals’ design staff (Architects, Landscape Architects, Planners, etc.)
- Interacting with clients, representing the firm in a professional manner
- B.A/B.S. or M.S. Degree in Landscape Architecture or an environmentally oriented field of study (Civil Engineering, Ecology, Biology, Environmental Science, etc.)
- A Landscape Architect license is great, but not required