SENIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER (WORKPLACE)
We are currently partnered with one of the top global workplace design practices who are looking for London's best workplace interior designers. Situated in a beautiful, carefully designed, converted open plan office, the award winning studio boasts an envious assortment of clients. Currently the studio is working in a hybrid model (3 days from home, 2 in the office), but does require someone to be living in London or at least within a commutable time of London for collaborative design work. Culturally, the studio has a social calendar not many practices can compete with both held in and outside of the office as well as offering continuous support and upskilling courses.
As a senior interior designer you will be running projects with full client engagement along with delivering concepts through to technical work (basic Revit experience is a must) on workplace interiors projects up to and in excess of 250,000 sq ft. Due to the business' connections across EMEA you'll be working on a vast range of projects and not just local so some international project experience or the desire to work on projects overseas is important.
With a wide scope of clientele, each and every design proposal and delivered project is truly tailored to the end clients current and forecasted needs. Working closely with the company's highly skilled workplace strategists you will be exposed to working at the very forefront of workplace design and it's ever changing needs. This role would be perfect for someone who is looking to take a step into more of a client facing and leadership role.
Please note - You must have the ability to work in the UK without company sponsorship.
- Degree in Interior Design/Architecture
- Over 5 years experience working in workplace interiors on large scale projects within Architecture & Design or D&B practices
- Experience working from concept, pitch through to stage 4
- Good experience in management or eagerness to manage
- Basic Revit ability (strong revit is highly desirable)
- Excellent attention to detail
- A keen interest on R&D within workplace design and it's evolution
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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