Experiential Designer - Multi-Sector

Make a positive difference in the user-journey experience through design. Bring human-centred design solutions, deliver innovative projects, and be rewarded with numerous benefits!
  • Salary: A$65000-80000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Melbourne
  • Sector: Architecture
  • Job Ref: 47376

About this role

Our client is a large, multi-disciplinary practice with global connections and presence. Managing a diverse portfolio of projects including infrastructure, education, healthcare, sport and public sectors, this team focuses on providing an experiential design service with a human-centered approach. They are seeking an Experiential Designer who is passionate about the user-journey to join their digital design team.  Bring your skills and passion to the table and enjoy the numerous benefits on offer, including a flexible working culture, great remuneration and the chance to be part of large, city-shaping projects. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Respond to complex issues with innovative experiential design solutions
  • Liaise with clients, consultants, technical specialists and team members
  • Contribute to digital technology and integration through design and delivery of projects
  • Create reports, graphic presentations and deliver ideas and projects with a human-centered approach

Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor degree in Design or equivalent
  • A minimum of 3 years working within the design industry
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite software
  • Exceptional 2D/3D presentations skills (rendering program knowledge an advantage)
  • Outstanding design, concept and presentation skills
  • Ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively and with minimal direction
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to motivate and inspire others

Benefits and Culture

  • Enjoy a flexible working culture
  • Be rewarded; competitive remuneration package
  • Benefit from fantastic company initiatives including a global profit-share scheme
  • Partake in some of the largest city-shaping projects in Australia and surrounds

Bianca Nicastro

Bio: Having studied architecture at the University of Melbourne and worked at Peddle Thorp Architects for over five years, Bianca has extensive knowledge of both architecture and the local market in Melbourne. Looking for a change but wanting to continue utilising her expertise she joined Bespoke in 2013, initially recruiting and resourcing within the architecture team. She then transferred to the London office in April 2018 and now recruits on the interior design desk.

+61 (0)3 9663 1188

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