Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture is seeking an energetic and focused Junior Landscape Designer with excellent AutoCAD skills for our San Francisco design studio. Our award-winning landscape architecture practice works regionally, nationally, and globally, and the ideal candidate will be able to dive in on day one!
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide visa sponsorship for this position.
For your portfolio, attach a PDF (no more than 4MB) with examples of your most relevant work—please include a range of documents that showcases your technical skill in addition to your design aesthetic. CAD drawings are just as important as hand sketches!
If the file is larger than 4MB, provide a link to download your work and make sure that it is not password-protected.
Please note that we receive a high volume of applications and may not be able to respond to each applicant individually.
Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture is located in the sunny, creative Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. We are an equal opportunity employer and offer competitive benefits, including health/vision/dental, a flexible spending plan, commuter benefits, professional development opportunities, and 401k matching.
Bachelor or Master of Landscape Architecture or Architecture
1+ year(s) full-time experience in a landscape architecture or architecture firm
Excellent AutoCAD skills—prove it with your portfolio
Proficient in Adobe CS (Acrobat, Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop), Microsoft Office Suite, SketchUp, and/or Rhino
Experience with REVIT or Autodesk 3Ds Max is desirable
Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture, Inc. is a award winning firm located in San Francisco, California.
ACLA navigates space through a seamless integration of landscape, art and architecture. Our work draws boundaries with a controlled palette of materials, creating permeable edges that blur the line between the natural and built environment. Spare geometry applied to vibrant plant life res...ults in sharp compositional order. This exercise in restraint heightens a sense of the elements—texture, light and movement.