We deliver forward-thinking solutions for the world’s biggest asset owners, transforming the places where we live, work and travel. Our success comes from a practical approach. We pride ourselves on solving complex challenges with original thinking, then turning it into a reality. We arrive at better answers because we ask better questions.
From complexity comes simplicity. From better thinking, better solutions.
Think big, create better
Are you an Assistant Landscape Architect passionate about using your skills to make an impact? Are you a big thinker who loves to find better solutions to difficult problems? Do you want to work on high profile projects in the rail industry such as Wales and Borders?
Amey Consulting is one of the country’s leading public and regulated services providers: We are the faces behind the services you use every day. Our rapidly expanding team of Landscape Architects/ consultants deliver technical services, supporting our national and international clients to protect and enhance the natural and built environment. The Role
We are looking for Assistant Landscape Architects to support the Landscape team and to assist on the delivery of a variety of major large-scale road and rail schemes across the UK, including A66 Northern Trans-Pennine Upgrade, A96 East of Huntley to Aberdeen, Wales and Borders: Core Valley Line Transformation, as well as Variety of Highways England, DfI NI and Transport Scotland Schemes.
We want to hear from you if you have:
- Bachelor’s degree or Diploma in Landscape Architecture or related discipline with a minimum of two years’ experience.
- Experience / interest in undertaking Landscape and Visual Impact Assessments.
- Interest in all areas of landscape design and assessment.
- Licentiate Member of the Landscape Institute or willing to become a member
- Able to prepare landscape and public realm designs and specifications that are appropriate to stages of work.
- Working within a local team consisting of other environmentalists, design engineers and project managers.
- Enthusiastic, energetic and dynamic approach to people and projects.
- Proven track record to demonstrate skills and qualifications.
- Motivated, engaged and able to work alone or as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
- Provide environmental/landscape advice for major highway construction projects.
- Good communication and presentation skills.
- Excellent report writing skills.
Our rewards make us better people here at Amey Consulting. If you’re happy, you’ll think better. It’s a simple formula but one that puts your wellbeing as a top priority, that’s why we’ve worked hard to build a reward and benefits program that puts you first, including;
- Competitive salary
- Exceptional development and progression plan
- Contributory Pension Scheme
- Minimum 24 days holiday + Bank Holidays
- Additional Leave Purchase Scheme
- Amey Rewards Portal including healthcare, dental and childcare vouchers
Amey will also help you in your professional development through supporting your membership of a professional body and attendance at relevant training courses / seminars.
What else is better about working for Amey?
Our success comes from a practical approach. We pride ourselves on solving complex challenges with original, real-world thinking, then turning it into a reality. Your solutions will have impact, making a genuine difference to people’s lives. It’s what makes a career with us unlike any other.
We value collective expertise, but also the spark one person can bring. As one of us, you can really be you, because your individuality is an asset. You’ll be surrounded by people who want you to thrive and embrace new challenges.
You’ll work in a team that is open-minded and where every idea will count. You’ll be stretched, but always supported. Well recognise your hard work and look after your well-being too. You’ll be empowered to play your part and achieve, encouraged to fulfil your own ambition as well as the shared one.
We don’t believe in typical: we believe a diversity of backgrounds and skills create the best environment and opportunities. It means we ask better questions to arrive at better answers because we learn from each other’s perspectives. And this means better outcomes for our clients our communities and ourselves.