Junior Workplace Strategist
Are you an eager Junior Workplace Strategist looking to gain vast amounts of professional experience?
I have an outstanding opportunity for a Junior Workplace Strategist at a highly creative Architectural and Interior's practice. This company specialise in the strategy, design and delivery of stimulating Workplaces, often working with Blue Chip Clientele on Workplace projects ranging from small offices to financial institutions with thousands of employees.
Based in a picturesque area of Central London, this multi award winning office has recently received a large influx of Workplace projects and is looking to take on a talented Junior Workplace Strategist in a supportive role working directly alongside the Head of Strategy. You will be required to have strong graphic design skills and a creative eye for formulating data in an infographic, visual format. The nice thing about this position is that as a Junior Workplace Strategist you will receive the chance to gain vast amounts of experience working within a small tight knitted team on a variety of different scale / style projects. The selected Junior Workplace Strategist will receive all the training and support needed to help your strategic mind grow and flourish, providing you with the knowledge and skill set to quickly move up the ranks.
This is a permanent role offering a market competitive salary, a comprehensive benefit's package, and a work culture that puts huge importance on team work and staff happiness.
AutoCAD, SketchUp, Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator.
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