Job Title: Garden Designer.
Location: Denham, Middlesex.
Hours: Minimum of 5 days per week with 9 hours per day, including some Saturdays for design consultations and/or site visits. Working for home for some of the week will be considered.
Salary: £24,500 - £32,000 per annum, dependent on experience, qualifications, and knowledge of plants and garden design. plus, an opportunity to earn bonus based on achieving sales targets.
Interviews begin: Week commencing the 16th July 2018
Our client is an award-winning specialist plant nursery which also specialises in designing, building, and maintaining high end private and commercial outside spaces.
An exciting opportunity has opened for an experienced, self-motivated, Garden Designer.
All candidates wishing to apply must have the following:
- A degree or diploma in Landscape Architecture or Garden Design
- Proven experience (at least 2 years) in commercial or complex residential garden design
- Excellent knowledge and experience with garden design packages (Vector works, Sketch-up, InDesign)
- Excellent plant knowledge
- A demonstrably high level of design skill
- Excellent communication and coordination skills
- Ability to manage projects, creation of tender packages and deal with clients, consultants, and contractors.
- Have a clean UK driving license
Role and responsibilities:
- To lead the design department
- Attend prospective client meetings (site visits)
- Develop mood boards and concept drawings.
- Produce designs of gardens and outdoor spaces to a high standard.
- Produce imaginative plant designs.
- Source materials, place and manage orders and suppliers.
- Produce and manage quotes.
- Manage and care for plant stock.
- General office administration.
- Build strong relationships with clients and prospective clients.]
If you feel you’re the ideal candidate that our client is looking for, then send in your CV today by clicking the APPLY button below.
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