Seasoned landscape architect/ project manager
Posted: Thursday, May 27, 2021
Looking for a landscape architect or landscape designer with experience in design development, project management and construction.
- Should have at least 5 years of experience- or more. Mature individuals welcome. May even be a little “salty” with experience. Maybe licensed, maybe not.
Currently looking for someone to work approx. 8-16 hours a week.
You take pleasure in the detailing, craftsmanship and execution of projects- from drawings, construction documentation and detailing to installation and construction and management, when things finally get built.
You’re fluent in CAD and perhaps rendering programs, but that’s not the main focus.
You have a firm grasp of project management requirements, during construction, field visits, reports, follow up and coordination. Occasional spec writing.
You don’t mind piping up in meetings, if something seems amiss. Also attuned to the subtleties of humans.
You may be systems oriented and when you see ways to be more efficient, or serve our clients and team better, you will share ideas and suggestions.
You appreciate what it takes to run a small business and studio and is willing to help a young firm continually improve, organize and streamline. When asked to do something off the task list, you’re willing to try it (at least once) to help the cause.
You understand that when you’re playing on our team, we’re in it together and support one another.
You generally enjoy other humans.
- Sense of humor also welcome.
Income, flexibility, autonomy, appreciation of your efforts and the satisfaction of seeing design ideas transformed into real spaces and places people enjoy spending time in.
We’re open to your ideas and growing. Maybe we can grow together?? Let’s try it!
Hybrid work option of remote + in the office.
Who is Liz?
Liz Pulver is a landscape architect based in Brooklyn and opened her own studio in 2017. For over 20 years, she has helped guide clients through the design, planning, budgeting, construction and planting processes. She is currently working on projects in Connecticut, the Hudson Valley and beyond. The project mix is about 75% residential, and 25% commercial. She enjoys working with residential clients in their home and living environments, tuning into their particular needs and connecting (or reconnecting) them with nature and the outdoors.
Her practice is growing and evolving and she is looking for collaborators to help chart her studio’s course- and their own course as well!
More info at lizpulverdesign.com
If you’ve made it this far and are interested in the position, then please drop me a line and let’s talk a bit more. I look forward to speaking with you!
To be discussed
Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY
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