Senior FF&E Designer (5* Hotel Project)

Location
Chelsea, London
Salary
Up to £50k dependant on experience
Posted
23 Jun 2017
Closes
21 Jul 2017
Ref
230617SID
Contract Types
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Design Disciplines
Interior
Job Functions
Designer

With a prestigious, luxurious portfolio, this is a rare opportunity for a Senior FF&E Designer to work for one of the most influential design agencies in the world. This internationally acclaimed, award winning client has a client base which includes luxury retail brands along with 5* restaurant and hotels.

As a Senior FF&E Designer you will be working on stunning hotel and restaurant projects in London; you will need to demonstrate creative ability within the hospitality sector, however residential applicants will be considered if you have previously had significant hospitality experience.  

You will be working closely with interior designers to deliver holistically and be confident to manage an FF&E team, overseeing the workflow, liaising with contractors, sub-contractors and local authorities and responsible for the preparation and submitting planning applications and tender documents along with presenting to clients.

Your interpersonal skills are key to building and maintaining effective communication with key team members, upholding and developing client relationships and meeting new suppliers. Assisting with supplier negotiations, specifications, you will need experience of managing budgets and procurement flow.

In addition to technical understanding of materials, a sound understanding of current trends, in the design sector and target markets will be essential in generating new business opportunities.

Based in the hub of Chelsea, there has been significant investment in both the working environment and creating a cohesive team. This role will suit a senior who will relish the exposure projects receive in the press and the opportunity this highly creative contemporary studio offers to contribute your input to their collective world-wide.

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