Interior Designer II:Transforms initial rough product designs using computer aided design (CAD) or REVIT into working documents. Reviews consultant drawings and designs to ensure adherence to established specifications and standards. Develops and prepares presentation materials using design principles. Responsible for planning the use and layout of a space and designing with color, furniture, fixtures, etc. Requires knowledge of interior code requirements and the ability to interpret specifications and layouts as well as basic knowledge of functional analysis and space planning principles. Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within Interior Design. Relies on extensive experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Requires a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design and 2 to 4 years of related experience. Professional NCIDQ Certification is preferred but not required. Works under general supervision and typically reports to supervisor or manager.
Benefits:flexible schedule, paid holidays/vacation, 401k matching (after 1 year), gas/cell phone reimbursement, license renewal or reimbursement of certification exam fees, continuing education opportunities
40 hours per week*Salary review and performance evaluation 3 months from signed date of hire.