Landscape Architect/Designer (3-6 years)


SCJ Studio Landscape Architecture

Job Description

SCJ Studio is looking for a talented landscape architect or designer with 3-6 years of experience to join our team. Our studio is in Ballard, sharing a building with an architecture firm and an interiors firm, making for great cross office collaborations and fun happy hours. SCJ Studio is also a part of SCJ Alliance, winner of Zwieg’s ‘Best Places to Work’ 3 times. With 6 offices across Washington, our studio has the opportunity to collaborate on many different types of projects at vastly different scales. From detail driven, client-focused residential design to regional transportation projects, you will be collaborating on projects that not only bring families together, but entire communities. You will also get to hone your skills on community visioning projects with our planners, and multi-family, assisted living, recreation and retail projects through all project phases from schematic to construction. We’re a small studio, so don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty on all aspects of a project, including some production, business development and direct client management. SCJ collaborates with architects, engineers, interior designers, artists and our clients to envision and create the best outcome for each project. We play music in the office and get to enjoy Ballard’s many restaurants and microbreweries.

Job Requirements

Bachelor or Master of Landscape Architecture from an accredited university. 3-6 years’ experience in a landscape architecture office or on a landscape architecture team in a larger office. State licensure should be a goal if not already acquired. Demonstrated ability to be able to work in the context of project deadlines in a multi-disciplinary team setting. You must be an organized and strategic thinker, a problem solver. The position requires the ability to complete tasks at a range of scales. A commitment to thoughtful execution of the work is essential as is a familiarity with the construction documentation process, an understanding of natural systems in the PNW. Fluency in English both written and spoken is required. Working knowledge of native and ornamental planting suitable for northwest environments and understanding of our local codes and regulations.

How to Apply

Please email a resume and cover letter, along with work samples in a printable format: [email protected]. Please, no phone calls regarding this position.

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