Senior Project Manager - Landscape Architecture

Job Locations US-NY-Suffern | US-NY-Albany | US-Rhinebeck,New York | US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/22/2024 1:18 PM)
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Weston & Sampson is seeking a Senior Landscape Architect Project Manager for one of our New York offices (Albany, Rhinebeck or Suffern) with 12-16 years of professional experience to serve in a project management capacity and help lead our growing design team. Our 26-person landscape architectural team leverages the support of a multi-disciplinary firm committed to providing great landscape architectural design services! 


This candidate will be excited about the entrepreneurial opportunity to grow and build a team that serves the New York marketplace and beyond. With support from the larger organization and northeast based landscape architecture practice, this person will help expand our geographic footprint while shaping the future of landscape architecture at Weston & Sampson.


What you’ll do:

  • Strong design, communication, and technical skills as well as the ability and desire to work on complex, multidisciplinary projects.
  • Our work focuses on the development of award-winning parks, playgrounds, recreational corridors, urban plazas, and streetscapes with a specialization in waterfront resiliency.
  • Possesses excellent skills related to project management, project finance tracking and client service.
  • Capacity and commitment to build a team, inspire and mentor more junior level staff, and ability to delegate work while ensuring high caliber performance is of great importance to us.

What you will bring:

  • Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture is required
  • Professional licensure is required
  • The ideal candidate will be a team player
  • Must have references that can speak to ability to effectively manage multiple large-scale projects and diverse project teams simultaneously
  • Operational knowledge of AutoCAD and digital rendering software including but not limited to Adobe Creative Suite, Lumion, and SketchUp

Salary range: $115,000k-$135,000k 


Weston & Sampson is an 100% employee-owned, full-service environmental and infrastructure consulting firm made up of more than 800 professionals, who work together to develop innovative, cost-effective solutions for our clients. Since our founding in 1899, Weston & Sampson’s mission has been to protect, improve, and sustain the natural and built environment to enhance the quality of life. As we grow, we are seeking dedicated technical and professional individuals who want to collaborate on meaningful projects with a team that respects and values their ideas. Weston & Sampson offers a flexible work environment, competitive compensation, industry-leading benefits, and exciting career growth opportunities—all in a supportive and dynamic corporate culture that embraces diverse perspectives and recognizes people for their contributions.


Weston & Sampson is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We embrace the rich perspectives and experiences that arise from people of different races, ethnicities, cultures, sexual orientation, gender identities, ages, socio-economic statuses, abilities, and religions, as well as other untapped groups, within our Weston & Sampson family and the communities we serve. Weston & Sampson is committed to the principles of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA). Our goal is to foster a sense of belonging and equitable representation across our organization and to empower our employees to incorporate IDEA values into the work they perform.


Your world is always changing, and so are we. Join us as we grow:


A Note to Third-Party Recruiters:

Weston & Sampson coordinates all recruiting and hiring at our company. We do not accept unsolicited resumes from third-party recruiters, staffing agencies, or related firms. Resumes are only accepted if a signed agreement is in place.  All unsolicited resumes will be considered the property of Weston & Sampson. Weston & Sampson is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.


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