Planit, a place-based design practice, is seeking Graduate Urban Designers to join our team in Liverpool.
You will have the opportunity to work on the career-defining project Liverpool Waters that will help shape the future of the city and the wider city region. You will also have the opportunity to be part of a diverse team shaping this ambitious project, and engage with design strategies and solutions to meet the challenges of social inclusion, economic regeneration, the climate crisis and regenerative design.
You should possess a post-graduate qualification in Urban Design and be interested in working at the strategic scale.
To qualify for the role, you should also demonstrate an understanding of strategic thinking and design, have a passion for urban design and regenerative practice, and have strong drawing and presentation skills. You should enjoy working as a team and working in a collaborative studio environment, be self motivated, engaged and creative.
We are an Employee-Owned business, committed to standing alongside clients, communities, and nature to shape meaningful places and explore regenerative futures. As one of the first B Corps of our type in the world, we prioritise people, planet, and profit equally, and we welcome candidates who share these values.
We offer a range of benefits to our employees, including a minimum of 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, flexible start and finish times, hybrid and flexible working, company pension, enhanced maternity and paternity pay, support with professional fees, CPD, and an annual study trip allowance.
We are an inclusive workplace that values diversity, and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.
If you are interested in this position, please upload an original cover letter, CV, and details of your experience (max file size 5mb) to apply.
We do not accept postal copies or applications from agencies. We also welcome applications for any future roles that may arise in Greater Manchester, Leeds, London, and Standish near Stroud.
Closing Date is 31 January 2024.