We are Recruiting in Cambridge!


The practice has an opening for an enthusiastic and motivated graduate landscape architect for our Cambridge office. The appointment is for a full-time position that will provide the successful applicants with an exciting opportunity to progress their careers in a friendly working environment with a supportive team of landscape architects.

The company has a diverse portfolio of residential, commercial, health-care, public realm and infrastructure projects for major private and public sector clients. We work on all stages of the development process from concept design and landscape assessments, through to planning submissions, tender preparation, construction, after-care and scheme handover.

An opportunity for you:
You will gain a broad range of experience working with high profile, multi-disciplinary design teams. You will be involved in taking projects through the various stages of the design process and will see projects being built.

Your skills:
Applicants will need to demonstrate a range of design and graphics skills that include the use of AutoCAD, Adobe software and hand graphics. Good written and spoken English is essential, along with a working knowledge of the English planning system. One-year’s work experience would be beneficial, but is not essential. Only applicants with full legal rights to work for at least three years will be considered.

What we offer:
The successful applicants will be given a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package that includes a bonus scheme, company pension scheme, illness insurance cover and additional holiday purchase scheme. The practice assists financially with P2C training and examinations, as well as having a long-established record of qualified senior staff successfully mentoring P2C candidates.

What you need to do:
Your application should be submitted in pdf format by 4th January 2019 and include your CV and a portfolio illustrating a range of work and graphic styles (max 10mb).

Email to: design@allenpyke.co.uk  FAO: Joanne Shepherd. Please include the reference ‘CAM18’ in the subject header of your email.