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Landscape Architect - 0 - 4 years experience
Kansas City, MO
Full-Time

BNIM is seeking a great fit for our growing Landscape Architecture & Planning Studio. Our highly collaborative Landscape Architecture practice works with industry-leading designers and subject experts on diverse projects across the country. Our projects encompass site and streetscape design, urban design, planning at community and regional scales, and community engagement. Our work is highly integrated with other design disciplines, across our offices and outside of the firm.

We are looking for a designer with the curiosity and passion to take on projects from conceptual design through construction documentation. Candidates must be interested in working in an interdisciplinary setting, and should possess excellent graphic and verbal communication skills. Candidates must have a degree from an accredited Landscape Architecture program. 0-4 years of professional experience is preferred.

This is an excellent growth opportunity for a Landscape Architect who wants to explore new design ideas and get involved in all phases of design projects.

Skills:

Proficiency in Adobe Suite, AutoCAD and Sketchup are preferred.
Broad technical knowledge
Excellent hand and computer graphic skills
Working knowledge of additional 3D modeling programs

Characteristics:

Curious and Creative
Innovative and Explorative
Critical and Exacting
Strategic and Nimble
Collaborative and Communicative
Self-driven and Willing (can-do)
Generous Spirit

Experience:

Filling this role will not be determined by experience only; we are looking for the right fit for our team.

Company Information:

BNIM is a collaboration of architectural, design and planning professionals who leverage a collective capacity for design thinking to solve local and global issues related to design and community. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, an energetic work place, ongoing training opportunities, and an environment that allows employee interests and strengths to flourish. BNIM’s multifaceted design excellence, which combines human experience with aesthetics and building performance, has yielded national acclaim, including the AIA National Architecture Firm Award, and consistent design recognition nationally and internationally.

BNIM is an equal opportunity employer

To apply visit our careers page at bnim.com/careers

Posted: 2/20/2017

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