Intermediate Interior Designer, 5-7 Years
Responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
Candidate may be focused more towards FF&E or Interior Architecture responsibilities as noted.
Experience in all phases from Concepts though Construction Administration.
Prepare FF&E package documentation (i.e. FF&E specifications, custom furniture drawings, furniture plan layouts and coordination with interior architectural plans).
Preparation of interior architectural package documentation (i.e. plans, architectural specifications, details, custom millwork drawings, elevations, furniture plan layouts and lighting).
Select furnishings, material finishes, hardware and plumbing fixtures.
Develop space plans, layouts and elevations in Auto Cad and/or REVIT.
Coordinate with outside architects, engineers, contractors, lighting designers, purchasing agents, manufacturers, vendors and other outside consultants as needed.
Under the supervision of a lead designer, perform construction administration including site visits, RFI responses, shop drawing and control sample review, and coordination with consultants, manufacturers, etc.
Coordinate and organize working budgets.
Attend client meetings and presentations.
Degree from an accredited design or architectural school.
5–7 years minimum experience working in a design or architecture firm specializing in hospitality, corporate, multi-family residential or residential interior design.
Highly proficient in AutoCAD, Sketch up, Photoshop, InDesign, Microsoft Office and Bluebeam. REVIT a plus.
Strong computer skills and the ability to create and manage Excel spreadsheets.
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and to work within a team structure.
Strong presentation skills, client communication skills and excellent English speaking and writing skills
Positive attitude with a strong aptitude for learning and problem-solving.
Excellent graphic presentation skills, including rendering plans and elevations and assembling materials boards.
FF&E - Experience selecting and specifying lighting and furnishings.
FF&E - Experience interacting with vendors and manufacturers.
FF&E / IA - Experience selecting and specifying hardware, materials, and finishes.
IA - Experience in production and coordination of construction drawing sets with knowledge of construction detailing, materials, methods, and codes.
IA - Experience in understanding of major consultants’ work, and ability to interpret their plans and specifications.
NCIDQ certification/Certified Interior Designer preferred; LEED Accredited Professional a plus.