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Our Opportunity

Are you an experienced, motivated Senior Landscape Architect with ambitions of progression and a drive to achieve success?

Alternatively, are you currently working in an Associate Landscape Architect role, looking to expand your skillset within a prestigious, thriving, multi-disciplinary construction consultancy?

Do you want to work on a diverse range of projects, as part of a collaborative, dynamic and supportive team?


At Pick Everard, we value talented leaders. On the back of successful growth for the Landscape team, we are looking to appoint an Associate Landscape Architect to shape and grow the Landscape Architecture team in London.

Our team of Landscape Architects are passionate about designing healthy and sustainable spaces that are inclusive for everyone. Operating across diverse sectors, you will be responsible for leading major projects, across sectors including publicrealm, residential, education, custodial, defence, and healthcare. Take a look at some of our projects here: Discover our projects - Pick Everard

Your responsibilities will include undertaking business development activities maintaining quality of service delivery and developing client relationships to secure repeat business, liaising directly with clients, managing design teams, running and coordinating complex jobs and control of day-to-day programming and planning, staff resources and monitoring of team utilisation.

You will report into the Director for Landscape Architecture, and become part of our cohesive, collaborative and team-orientated environment, where you can expect to find genuine scope for professional development. You will be able to nurture emerging talent and provide valuable insights to help drive the business forward.


Find out what it is like to work at Pick Everard here: Life at PickEverard - Pick Everard

About You

The successful Associate Landscape Architect will have significant experience in a relevant role as well as demonstrable leadership skills and a proactive approach to continuous improvement.

Our ideal Associate Landscape Architect must have:

  • A degree in Landscape Architecture and significant experience in a relevant role
  • Chartered member of the Landscape Institute (LI)
  • Proven capability of work winning and managing major projects / clients
  • Good Microsoft/AutoCAD/Revit and other software skills
  • Excellent organisational, communication, writing, and presentation skills

It would be nice for you to have:

  • Good Contract administration knowledge, especially NEC and JCT
  • Good technical construction knowledge and a full understanding of all current statutory legislation and regulations
  • Autonomous in role – honest and reliable with high levels of integrity
  • Self-motivated and ability to motivate and manage teams and address difficult elements of projects
  • Ability to work to deadlines and manage time with multiple tasks

About Us

Our nationwide multidisciplinary team of 650+ work collaboratively to deliver outstanding places and spaces that create lasting value for local communities. Through our remarkable history we have established the sound principles of success, and we have the vision and ambition to be even better.

We’re committed to creating sustainable communities where everyone feels safe, cared for and valued. We achieve that by encouraging a diverse, welcoming workplace for our people, clients and colleagues.

We care about our people and improving our society and that means supporting your ambitions and interests at every level. We will provide you with an inspiring environment in which you will be able to drive real progress and impact in your career. 

What we offer

Providing a balanced, enjoyable career is important to us, and we work hard to make sure everyone feels a valued part of our organisation. You will receive an attractive salary, and amongst other benefits you can also expect:

  • Agile working
  • 26 days’ annual leave + Bank Holidays + option to buy up to 5 days’ additional leave
  • Private healthcare, life assurance and healthcare cash plan
  • Professional subscriptions  
  • Wellbeing support and Employee Assistance Programme
  • Stakeholder pension

As an equal opportunities’ employer, Pick Everard is committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees and does not condone discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, gender identity, or marriage and civil partnership.We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join us on our journey.

We are committed to building and nurturing great relationships with our agency partners. However, this role is being recruited for directly and therefore we are not seeking support at this time. Any unsolicited CV Introductions will not be accepted.

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