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Landscape Architect / Project Manager
San Francisco, CA

Boxleaf Design is an award-winning, full-service landscape architectural firm based in San Francisco. We have a commitment to creating timeless and contemporary exterior spaces with a focus on customized solutions, sustainability and longevity. The individual needs of our diverse and sophisticated client base is the catalyst of every project. Thus, each of our designs is unique, highly custom and precisely detailed. Our growing network of high-end residential and small commercial clients is located throughout the Bay Area from Healdsburg to Santa Cruz.

The Boxleaf Design team is a tight-knit group of highly experienced professionals, who share a sense of optimism, enthusiasm and passion for what we do. Close collaboration with many of the Bay Area’s top architects, interior designers and consultants is paramount to our process. As a full-service landscape architectural firm, our work encompasses everything from initial concept design through the entire construction implementation process.

We are seeking candidates for the position of Landscape Architect/Project Manager to join our growing team. The position requires involvement in all facets of the design and management process. We are looking for detail oriented, organized and self-motivated designers, who share our passion for landscape architecture, the construction process and client relations. Our rapidly growing practice requires all team members to be highly focused and driven with the ability to multi-task and communicate clearly.

-Must have a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture, Landscape Design, or related, from an accredited University or College
-Must have minimum 3 years of post-graduate related professional experience
-Licensed Landscape Architect (California) is preferred
-Must have experience with full-scope landscape design projects, from concept level through design development, construction documents and construction observation
-Project Management experience preferred
-Highly proficient in Auto CAD, Illustrator, Photoshop, In Design
-Strong organizational and time management skills to manage the workload in a fast-paced environment
-Communicate effectively and directly with design team, consultants and clients
-Knowledge of California plant material is preferred
-Valid drivers license preferred
-Personal vehicle preferred
-In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire

-Full time position starting immediately (Jan 2017)
-Salary will be based on experience
-Boxleaf Design offers paid vacation, sick time, health insurance and professional development

-Email resume, cover letter, and portfolio/samples of relevant work in PDF format (up to 25MB, link to download if larger) to
-Include “Applicant for LA/PM Position” in subject line.
-No phone calls please.

Posted: 1/11/2017

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