CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Associate Landscape Designer/Architect
McCullough is a growing, studio-style landscape architecture, planning and urban design firm in the Makers Quarter, East Village of downtown San Diego. Our collaborative approach to design provides a fun atmosphere and synergistic working environment. Our studio designs for the end user and strives to bring all into the process of engaging the human spirit with nature. The result is a broad learning experience for the entire team and quality product for our client.
McCullough seeks a full-time landscape designer/architect with at least 3-5 years of project management experience and a degree in one of the following: landscape architecture, architecture, urban design, or planning. Ideal candidate would be detail-oriented and proficient in Sketch Up, Photoshop, as well as AutoCAD 2014+ and LandFx. The successful candidate would have strong independent creative design, project management, construction document, and construction administration experience. LEED accreditation or sustainable design experience is a plus. Critical thinking, problem solving, time management, as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills will set this candidate apart.
Join an energetic, creative team of designers where self-expression is encouraged. We collaborate on diverse projects types such as mixed-use, urban renewal, public sector, education, institutional, as well as hospitality and entertainment. Salary is commensurate with experience. Comprehensive pre-tax medical/dental/vision benefits, 401k and Flexible Spending Accounts, as well as downtown parking, is provided.
McCullough is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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A Bachelor's Degree in Landscape Architecture, Planning or Architecture.
Critical thinking and problem solving abilities.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Effective time management and multi-tasking skills.
Attention to detail.
Proficiency with AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe CS and MS Office.
LEED accreditation recommended.