LAI is Hiring!
(0-3) (4-8) years exp.
Lee and Associates, Inc.
638 I Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Lee and Associates, Inc. (LAI) is a design-driven studio comprised of enthusiastic landscape architects, planners and urban designers located in the center of Washington, D.C., right next door to the ASLA HQ. Our 35 years of award winning local and global work consists of a variety of project types and clients. The scale of our commissions ranges from the smallest of courtyards to masterplans for new towns/cities.
We are seeking a highly motivated and creative individual with 0 – 3 Years of experience for an entry-level landscape architect position; and an individual with 4-8 years of experience for a mid-level landscape architect position.
Solid presentation and graphic production skills, attention to detail, and the desire and ability to collaborate within the studio and with our multi-disciplinary partners are essential skills. We are seeking individuals who will share our firm’s enthusiasm for our projects, promote positive work atmosphere and bring creative ideas and energy to our studio.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and find the diversity of our studio strengthens our work.
Send resume, cover letter and portfolio in single PDF (maximum of 12MB) to firstname.lastname@example.org No calls or links to websites please.
Salary is Based on experience.
Professional degree in Landscape Architecture (MLA, BA or BS) degree
Production of design ideas and communication tools; sketches, diagrams, renderings, 3D Models and construction documents.
Strong written, oral, and graphic communication skills
Detail oriented Commitment to design excellence
High proficiency in AutoCad
High proficiency in Illustrator, Photoshop and other Adobe Suite applications
Proficiency in Sketch Up
In addition, for individuals with 4-8 years:
Some Experience Managing Projects and the ability to collaborate within the studio and with multi-disciplinary partners.
Experience with Construction Observation
Other Preferred Skills, Not required but may need to learn: