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Assistant Landscape Designer
Wilton, CT

Unique entry level opportunity to work with our award winning residential landscape design team.

We need you to work alongside our team of landscape architects. You will help prepare site analysis and plan documents; do regulatory research, work on design concepts, prepare presentation drawings, as well as create design detailing and construction documents.

What you bring
*You need to have a degree in Landscape Architecture or the equivalent in the Landscape Design field.
*Clearly, you are a creative and hard working individual with a great sense of design and aesthetics who is eager to learn and contribute quickly to the design work. You are super detail oriented and organized. You can operate in a fast-paced environment, and possess solid verbal and communication skills.
*You are a whiz with AutoCAD, Photoshop, inDesign, and office. Moreover, you are known for your rendering skills, and knowledge of grading, drainage, and horticulture.
*Salary commensurate with experience.

What We Do
*Our landscape and pool design team creates master plans for all the components of the residential landscape. The work environment is collaborative and friendly, and always professional and client focused.
*At Glen Gate entry level designers have the unique opportunity to learn firsthand about the installation/building process and gain invaluable experience and knowledge working closely with our professional construction team. You will have the real potential to make meaningful contributions to projects and see your work on design projects through to their completion.
*Professional growth is a focus at Glen Gate for motivated individuals

Who We Are
Glen Gate is an award-winning landscape architecture/construction/maintenance firm working exclusively in the high-end residential market, of Fairfield and Westchester Counties, 40 minutes outside of New York City. Our projects incorporate property master planning, and all related disciplines including the design of landscapes, hardscape elements, swimming pools, water features, irrigation, lighting, structural and herbaceous plantings, as well as architectural components including cabanas, garden structures, and moderate residential modifications. Construction and maintenance work is executed by in-house crews and a few selected vendors.

We place a high emphasis on the quality of our design work. This focus has garnered numerous awards of excellence over the last several years for many of our projects.

Please visit to learn more. If interested, email your resume and digital portfolio to

Posted: 3/13/2017

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