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The award-winning team at GGLO, a collaborative design firm, seeks Landscape Designer II for our Seattle, Boise or Los Angeles location to support our growth in multiple locations, disciplines, markets, and project types.

You will support the project team in the completion of project analysis through completion in accordance with established goals and scope. You will also work and collaborate with all team members in an effective and efficient manner and work under the direction of and in partnership with key project team members (Principal in charge, Project Manager, Project Designer, Technical Lead, etc.).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Project:

  • Prepare project documents for meetings, presentations, and submittals
  • Incorporate redlines in a thorough and proactive manner
  • Understand and follow GGLO’s standards of project documentation
  • Model and draw accurately based on scope and phase of a project
  • Proactive in completing assigned tasks within deadlines on multiple concurrent projects

Individual:

  • Develop and maintain proficiency with graphic software to effectively convey design intent
  • Develop and maintain proficiency with documentation software to effectively produce coherent design and construction documentation
  • Review task list for assignments and be proactive, taking the initiative to tackle tasks and challenges

About You:

  • Experience in our core markets
  • General knowledge of sustainable design core concepts including material and plant selection, resource conservation, and synergies with other disciplines
  • Experience with the production of Design Communication packages
  • General knowledge of the phases of the design process and construction
  • Capable of overseeing own work with some oversight
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize and be flexible
  • Experience with being a part of a collaborative, integrated team structure for all phases of work
  • Ability to explore design three-dimensionally
  • General knowledge of materials and detailing, specifications
  • General knowledge and understanding of standards, codes, accessibility requirements
  • Knowledge of computer software including Revit, Rhino, SketchUp, AutoCAD, and Adobe Creative Cloud
  • LEED accreditation preferred
  • Working toward licensure

Requirements:

  • College Degree from an accredited Landscape Architecture program or equivalent
  • Three or more years of cumulative experience in a professional design or Landscape Architecture office setting
  • Proven history of excellent interpersonal, leadership, communication, and presentation skills
  • Ability to hand sketch to communicate design concepts
  • Authorized to work in the United States
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