Integra Planning + Landscape Architecture (INTEGRA+) provides excellence and quality in every assignment by bringing innovation, creativity, integrity, dependability, and (of utmost importance) collaboration to our relationship.
INTEGRA+ creates beautiful, functional, and sustainable outdoor spaces for homeowners, developers, business owners, institutions, and municipalities in California, Oregon, Nevada, North Dakota, and beyond. As landscape architects and planners, creativity is in our DNA. Also, in our DNA is collaboration where our clients are an essential part of the process, from conceptual ideas to scheduling and budgeting, and our innovative designs represent the thoughtful integration of each client’s goals with the opportunities and constraints specific to every project site.
With our attention to detail and service-oriented approach, INTEGRA+ and its principals have earned a reputation for excellence. Our principals have more than four decades of combined experience, and have developed great working relationships with local, regional, and state planning agencies.
POSITION + Desire:
As an integral part of the operations of the firm and design team, the Landscape Designer is responsible for assisting in the design process and producing accurate and quality technical documents to Industry and INTEGRA+ standards for all drafting and document control activities. The Landscape Designer, using hand-drawing and computer aided design system, will help to design and maintain drawings, document control database, specifications, and detail libraries. The Landscape Designer is accountable for: assisting in the development of the designs and drafting for site designs, land use planning documents, report preparation, construction documentation, base plans, site plans, planting plans, irrigation plans and calculations, lighting plans, construction details, etc.
The ideal candidate should be enthusiastic and detailed orientated with a strong ability to take direction and follow through on tasks with minimal supervision. Efficiency, accuracy, and the ability to work with others is key to keeping projects on-time and profitable.
LEADERSHIP + Tasks:
The Landscape Designer serves as a member of the design team, attends and actively participates in team meetings, training sessions and seminars. The ideal candidate leads with organization, efficiency, and accuracy.
QUALIFICATIONS + Accruements:
Minimum requirements and preferred qualifications for the position of Landscape Designer:
$25 – $38 per hour
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
Alternative Work Schedule, Day shift, Monday-Friday
Mon-Thurs: 9 hour workdays
Fri: 4 hour workday (Employees can elect to work remotely on Fridays once fully trained).
Ability to commute/relocate:
Santa Rosa, CA 95404: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
CA plant knowledge: 1 year (Required)
Landscape Design: 1 year (Required)
AutoCAD: 1 year (Required)
Adobe InDesign: 1 year (Required)
How to Apply:
Email your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org