19 days ago
New York, NY
The Big Apple is BACK!!!! Time to return to the city, take advantage of reduced rents, summer outings, Broadway, and more! Grab a bike up or down the Hudson or East River and be happy! Especially if you are interested in classical design and have a solid 2+ years of residential interior design experience!!!!
We're seeking a talented Junior Interior Designer to join our luxury interior design firm in New York. Our creative and collaborative group works passionately to create stunning living environments for our successful clients. Our clients come to us for the depth of our Classical training and we need a professional who is continually studying and informing their aesthetic with research.
As Junior Interior Designer, you will work alongside Senior Interior Designers on whole-house and major remodel projects as well as new home construction. You will support their efforts managing these projects and work with your team to meet project deadlines.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree or higher in Interior Design, Architecture, or related field; a minimum of two to three years of work experience with built-in finishes; and proficient AutoCAD skills. We are looking for someone personable, intelligent, resourceful, articulate, and self-motivated--someone who is detail-oriented and can multitask while maintaining accuracy and organization.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF JUNIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER:
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS OF JUNIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER:
To apply for this Junior Interior Designer position, please submit your resume, cover letter, electronic portfolio (demonstrating required skills and experience), and your references as outlined below.
All experience, references and statements related to your application or candidacy are presumed to be truthful and accurate and are subject to validation. Providing false or misleading information, or omitting relevant information, may be grounds for the withdrawal of any application or candidacy. References from former peers and colleagues, rather than the employer itself, may be deemed insufficient and additional information may be required. Design Management Company has sole and exclusive discretion to determine whether the information provided by a candidate is sufficient.