Landscape Designer/ Architect
|Open Date||Jan 13 2020 - 11:39:04 AM||Close Date||Jan 26 2020 - 11:59:00 PM|
|Position Title||Landscape Designer/ Architect||Posting Type||Full-time Non-union|
|Posting Status||Active||Position Length||Permanent|
|Department Group||Parks & Facilities Division||Hours per Week||35|
|Department||Community & Protective Services||Openings||1|
|Education||Bachelor's Degree||Experience||2 years|
|Location||Community Services, Curtis Ave Paris|
|Salary Range||$66,157 - $77,386|
How to Apply:
Complete the contact information below and upload your application documents (cover letter and resume) as one file in the "Resume" field below. Please name your file using the following naming format: Last name, First name. When finished, click "Submit Application".
- Bachelor's degree or diploma from an accredited college or university in Landscape Architecture or Landscape Design
- Two (2) years of office experience in the professional practice of park design, capital project management or similar professional work
- Knowledge of laws and regulations governing park planning in Ontario.
- Considerable knowledge of landscape design principles and practices, landscape construction methods and materials, and horticultural techniques and practices
- Proficiency in AutoCAD, Adobe Suite, Microsoft Office, Sketchup and other 3D modelling software
- Able to communicate through graphic representations including mapping, site specific park plans, specifications and other technical documents and to present ideas effectively in oral and written form
- Knowledge of project management principles
- A valid Ontario ‘G’ driver’s license, in good standing, with access to a reliable vehicle for corporate use and ability to work outside normal business hours, as required.
- Membership in Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA)
- Public sector experience
- Develop and prepare park design plans, technical drawings, reports, sketches, 3D models and photomontages for park projects including new parks and renovations, trails and other municipal properties
- Make decisions regarding vegetation and materials
- Perform quantity calculations and cost estimates
- Assists in the preparation of project scopes and specifications that accurately communicate projects to prospective bidders
- Coordinates the implementation of the Trail Master Plan
- Maintains project files and construction drawings
- Updates and maintains the parks asset database in GIS and asset management software programs
- Prepares materials for use in presentations and participates in public engagement
- Participates on task forces and committees related to work projects
- Performs other related duties as required
Annual Salary Range - $66,157 - $77,386 (Job Grade 6 – under review) - 35 hours per week
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