Interior Designer - Workplace Clients
About this role
Exciting employer who are building their brand on innovative work place models by bringing fun and excitement back into the office. Driven by tech and keen to be future forward our client is dynamic and progressive.
With new products coming on board every moment and existing clients wanting more of their concepts, now is the time to think about a career in this company. Its client side but with a difference and you won't be constrained but energised by the possibilities within this brand. To flourish in this environment as a designer you will be rewarded for your energy and have the following credentials in your tool kit:
- Bachelor's degree in Interior Design or Architecture or relevant design discipline
- Minimum 2 years experience or relevant experience on a workplace project where you can demonstrate the full project life cycle
- Proactive personality and a collaborative approach to problem solving
- Inspired by the possibilities of workplace design and can visualise its future potential
If this sums up your story, then lets write the next chapter. If you are based outside of China then we can talk about a relocation package and facilitate an easy interview process for you. Our client has offices all over the world so video conferences is both seem less and a welcome form of communication. In addition to working for an engaged employer, there is the bonus of shares in the business which proves their interest in your future and want to invest in you for the long term.
Now is the time to make this move so get in touch without delay.
Interior Designer | Revit | Retail
Bring your positive attitude and energy, contributing to overall office culture. You'll be managing client requests and liaising with construction and project managers to deliver retail roll out projects - working with some fantastically experienced key stakeholders across many layers within the construction industry. No eating lunch at your desk in this office, join the communal table, or head out for a team lunch! Walking meetings with a coffee are preferred over a sit down in the meeting room.