Job TitleSr. Project Designer - Remote
Job Description SummaryProject Designer will develop documents, drawings, and diagrams to meet the requirements and goals of the client.
Lead the interior design effort of special or more complex projects.
Support Project Designers in quality review of design deliverables.
Support on-boarding and training of new Project Designers.
Contribute experience to the interior environment with knowledge and skills about space planning, interior building materials and finishes; casework, furniture, furnishings, and equipment; lighting; acoustics; wayfinding; ergonomics and anthropometrics; and human environmental behavior.
Execute full design process, from initial sketch through start of construction
Work independently or with minor oversight to perform assignments including, conceptual design, schematic design, design development, space planning and construction documentation
Produce mood, material and design presentations independently or with minimal supervision
Participate in internal and consultant meetings
Provide extensive and rapid fire knowledge of FF&E vendors and resources to the team
Be wildly creative and push the boundaries!
Excellent time management, communication, collaboration, and the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines, in addition to the ability to work independently
Excellent time management, communication, organizational, and collaboration skills
Skills coordinating Audio Visual and other specialty consultants
Prefer at least two (2) years of design experience within the commercial market
Must be able to lead a team effort, and delegate work to all team members to enable them to work independently
Bachelor's degree from an CIDA accredited institution in a related discipline or field of study (i.e.Architecture, Interior Design, Corporate Real Estate, Facilities, Project or Construction Management, etc.) required, OR Bachelor's degree in Other Major than above plus Interior Design Certification, Degree or Diploma.
Project Goals. Understand, document, and confirm the client's and stakeholders' goals and objectives, including design outcomes, space needs, project budget, and needs for specific or measurable outcomes.
Data Collection: Collect data from client and stakeholders by engaging in programming, surveys, focus groups, charrette exercises, and benchmarking to maximize design outcomes and occupant satisfaction.
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Cushman & Wakefield is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative? Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.