Landscape Architect, Pullar House, Perth (PKC03475)

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Recruiter
Perth and Kinross Council
Location
Scotland
Salary
£33,373 - £36,508 per year
Posted
24 Jul 2017
Closes
23 Aug 2017
Ref
PKC03475
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time


Job Description
Landscape Architect (Fixed Term until 31 August 2019) (PKC03475) £33,373 - £36,508 Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Street, Perth Perth and Kinross Council has a small busy team of landscape architects working on a wide range of projects from large public realm projects to park and play area upgrades both small and large. The team is dedicated to delivering quality projects appropriate in character to their setting and of good value to the public purse. The post is based in Perth, a vibrant small city and a gateway to the Scottish highlands. For further information on this post, please contact Sally Rickett on 01738 475226. When completing your application for this post, please ensure you provide contact details (preferably e-mail addresses) for two referees, one should be your current or most recent employer. However, if you are an existing employee of Perth & Kinross Council, you are only required to provide reference details for your current employer. Please APPLY ONLINE. Facilities are available at all public libraries in Perth and Kinross. If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments, please call 01738 475555 to discuss.

The Individual
We are looking for an enthusiastic and practical landscape architect to join the team. You may be involved with any of the above projects as well as small scale rural access projects such as path implementation and bridge installations, around beautiful rural Perthshire and Kinross-shire. You should have good practical construction and contract knowledge and experience. A good understanding of delivering appropriate design in terms of character and appearance but within the context of providing good value in both the short and long term. As you may be managing external consultants, an understanding of the importance of a project brief, and appointing and managing consultants would be advantageous; as would a knowledge of the relevant statutory legislation and best practise from SEPA and SNH. Experience of internal cross section working such as with engineers and external partnership working with communities would be an advantage. As part of our safer recruitment measures, Perth & Kinross Council carries out rigorous checks on the right to work in the UK, qualifications, employment history, including references, and fitness to undertake the post. Some jobs may have been traditionally carried out predominately by one gender, but we would encourage you to apply if you meet the requirements, irrespective of your gender.

See also:
Landscape Architect - Job Profile.doc