Project Manager(s) I, II, III

Website Verde Design Inc.

Landscape Arch/Civil Engineering/Sports Planning & Design

Our office has remained opened during the shelter-in-place as we were considered an essential business.  We have determined it is not mandatory to work in the office, but we urge new employees to work a couple of days a week during their orientation to feel get to know the firm’s culture.  We will do the majority of the onboarding via zoom.

We know this is a competitive market, but feel as a firm we care about employees.  In fact 60% of us have worked together over 15 years.  Come meet us and let’s discuss your future with Verde Design Inc.!

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:  Desired experience is a minimum 6 years with a landscape architecture firm, and proficient in the latest version of AutoCAD, Civil 3D, SketchUp, Revit, Microsoft Office Suite, and Microsoft Project.




A Bachelor of Science Degree in Landscape Architecture from an accredited College or University is required.  Advanced degrees in the same area of study or that of Architecture, Engineering, Planning, or related fields are also desirable.





Project Manager I will be responsible to the Project Managers II and above.  PM I will assist in the preparation of graphics, meeting preparation, client needs and landscape construction documents/packages and be a supportive team member.


Project Manager II and III are responsible but are not limited to management of multiple projects, management of client communications and relations, contract negotiation, and the management and supervision of the project team.





We are looking for team players with strong leadership and management experience who are familiar with the needs of public agencies and educational institutions. The ideal candidate will have solid design, hand graphics and rendering skills coupled with a working knowledge of AutoCAD and Civil 3D. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, along with the ability to multi-task are required. In addition, employee must have a working knowledge of the use of California plant materials, irrigation, grading, drainage, materials, and construction.  A California Landscape Architecture license is strongly desired.  Candidates working towards licensure are also encouraged to apply.




A comprehensive benefit package is offered including vacation/sick/well time (PTO), paid holidays, professional development, and training, 401(k), profit sharing, and medical, dental, vision, life, and flex and health savings plans.  The starting annual salary is dependent upon experience.




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