Junior Interior Designer

JUNIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER

One of the nation’s leading Planning, Architecture, and Interior Design firms is searching for a Junior Interior Designer with less than five years of experience.


Qualified Candidate Should Possess:

  • Bachelor or Master’s degree in Interior Design
  • Proven experience with upscale hospitality or residential interiors
  • An ability to envision and enact design concepts that enhance experiences
  • A working knowledge of AutoCAD, REVIT, or other BIM software
  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
  • Strong organizational, communication, and presentation skills
  • Demonstrated sketching ability preferred
  • Aspiration toward NCIDQ certification
  • Aspiration toward LEED accreditation is also a plus


Specific Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to):

  • Working on project teams with fellow interior designers and architects on every aspect of the design process
  • Serving as a Chambers representative for clients as well as suppliers, vendors, and colleagues within the industry
  • Maintaining a strong presence in professional organizations (ASID, NCIDQ, NEWH, etc.)
  • Engaging with our high-end private club clientele and other key stakeholders



BENEFITS & COMPENSATION

Chambers offers competitive compensation commensurate with experience, as well as a generous benefits package and a welcoming environment that encourages and supports professional development.


MORE ABOUT CHAMBERS

Since 1899, Chambers has evolved to become one of the largest, award-winning design and planning firms in the nation with a focus on private club, hospitality, and lifestyle design. With a holistic approach to private club planning and design, Chambers provides a full suite of services to our national and international clientele. Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, Chambers has additional offices in Dallas, Minneapolis, Washington D.C, and Naples.

 

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