Interior Designer, Architecture firm, Calgary, Revit, AAA
Your new company
You will be working for a medium sized architecture firm in Calgary. They are looking to add an additional designer due to a large workload and are looking for someone to join their existing team.
Your new role
You will be joining an existing team and helping with the current work load. You will be working on projects ranging from institutional, healthcare, seniors and recreational. You will be required to run, lead and take ownership for your projects. You will be be developing designs in collaboration with your team and the principals, liaising with suppliers and coordinating with contractors and sub-contractors.
What you'll need to succeed
You will need to have at least 5 years experience within an Interior Design positions ideally at an architecture firm. Previous experience with proposal writing and AAA are desirable but not essential. You will have a keen eye for detail and be able to take ownership of projects and manage your own time. You must be proficient with Revit, proficiency with other BIM software is desirable as this is a BIM progressive firm. A degree or diploma in Interior Design is also desirable.
What you'll get in return
You will get a competitive base salary of $70k-$80k depending on experience and certifications. You will be joining a Pioneering company who see BIM as the way forward are are always pushing the envelope and trying new technologies. You will receive a healthy benefits package and the flexibly of remote working from home.
What you need to do now
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