Senior Interior Designer- FF&E

3 days left

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
26 Apr 2019
Closes
24 May 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior Interior Designer- FF&E

Competitive Salary (D.O.E)

West London

Anderselite is currently recruiting for a Senior Interior Designer to join a high-profile luxury interior design studio.

My client is a quite versatile studio who truly values everyone's skillset and targets in staff retention. As a Senior interior Designer, you will be working closely with the Design Director and you'll be responsible to manage multiple projects from concept to completion.

About you:

* Bachelor's degree in interior design, interior architecture, furniture design or similar

* At least 6 years of experience on high- end residential projects

* Proven experience managing projects from concept to completion (including costing, quotes and managing installation phase)

* Competent in AutoCad, Esti Budget software (e.g. STPC), Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft office.

* Able to produce technical drawings and details

* Excellent knowledge of materials and fabrics

Key responsibilities:

* Design custom made FF&E but also source off the shelf depending on the project

* Project co-ordination, manage project meetings set deadlines and ensure the smooth operation of the project inhouse and on site

* Liaison with suppliers, contactors, clients, etc.

* Motivate/ mentor team members to increase capabilities

Interested?

For more information please contact Debbie Kyrkili at (phone number removed) for a completely confidential chat or apply directly with your CV and portfolio.

Key skills: interior design, senior interior designer, bespoke furniture design, technical drawings, detailed design, project management, concept design, FF&E design, AutoCAD, Adobe creative Suite, EstiMac, STPC.

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