Junior – Mid level Interior Designer

Studio Snoop Published: October 26, 2018
Location
Paddington, Sydney, Australia
Job Type
Category

Description

Studio Snoop is expanding and is looking for passionate, hands on, highly motivated, and creative, Interior Designers and Interior Stylists to join the team.

Working collaboratively, you will be responsible for taking briefs, researching, sourcing products/finishes/furniture/props/upholstery etc, negotiating with suppliers, design and documentation. You will be ensuring the unique style of each project is kept, whilst not compromising on practicality.

The Interior Designers key responsibilities will include:

- Assists the design team in creating concepts, design drawings, & schedules

- Prepares internal/external presentations

- Prepares preliminary ff&e budgets for the review of Designers

- Sources finishes, fixtures, furnishings, fabrics, lighting, hardware & accessories

- Collaborates with makers in the design & customisation of bespoke items of furniture, lighting, etc.

- Assesses and manages prototype stages of bespoke pieces

- Liaises with suppliers and makers on a daily basis

- Manages FF&E & sourcing to target budgets and timelines

- Closely monitors and manages supplier’s progress to target deadlines and budget

- Attends regular site visits at key stages

- Assists in FF&E install

- Maintains Sample Library

Key Requirements

  • Professional-level design software proficiency (Vectorworks & Sketch up)
  • Professional-level design software proficiency (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)

How to Apply

If you are interested in our Interior design role, please email: sian@studiosnoop.com 

About Us

Amanda Talbot  is "the ultimate snoop on good design & latest trends". Amanda is an internationally renowned authority on interiors, style and design.  Her design studio specialises in collaborating with clients seeking alternative ways of developing their brand, interiors or product.  She is a disruptor in how we live, play and work and is paving another way in design that she hopes alters how we perceive the act of living.

She has worked for some of the biggest decor magazines and design firms on the planet as an editor and design consultant. As well as being an industry respected creative she has been trend forecasting for global brands including IKEA and Louis Vuitton; she managed the international launch in London for WGSNs online design and interiors site homebuildlife.com – encouraging brands to rethink the future of their industries.

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