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Project Desinger

Posted Wednesday, March 15






This position is an integral part of a project team and works on all aspects of the design process. This individual develops complete functional design concepts and utilizes technology to portray ideas for client presentation.

Your Duties & Responsibilities -Formulate designs that are practical, aesthetically pleasing, and conducive to intended purposes such as raising productivity, creating spaces for those with special needs, and improving the health, safety, and welfare of the public -Plan, design, and furnish the interiors of corporate, healthcare or housing projects. 

-Conduct construction administration with review and approval of finish material submittals; site visits; review of shop drawings, lighting submittals, and plumbing submittals; solving on-site issues such as delayed deliveries and substitutions; and questions presented by general contractors with limited senior staff guidance -Work under the direction of senior level staff or architectural associates on multiple projects at one time. 

-Develop and interprets programmatic information and develop space plans -Meet with clients independently to present design solutions -Perform routine on-site field verification tasks -Support business development activities through assistance with presentations and prospective project pitches -Demonstrate interest in continuing education and on-going professional development.

Why BDH We are a people first organization, committed to supporting our employees as whole people. This means we offer PTO and the standard benefits (medical, dental, vision and life insurance, FSA, HSA, 401k (with employer match) and long- and short-term disability) along with:

-Flexible work week, including a hybrid work environment and office closed Friday afternoons. -Fun, supportive office culture including dress for your day, staff mentoring program and team events. -Volunteer opportunities. -Pet friendly office. -Access to internal and external education and training.

About You
-4-Year Interior Design bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university -Minimum 5 years’ design experience -Proficient in computer software including Revit Architecture, required -Additional accreditation such as NCIDQ, CID, LEED or WELL preferred -Highly skilled at assembling interior design solutions, conceptual design details and interior design schemes.

-Ability to work independently on tasks while being a member of a hybrid team that collaborates in person and through phone calls, video calls and written communication. -Proficient in the creation of construction drawing packages with limited guidance -Solid construction knowledge and visual design portrayal -Extensive knowledge of building codes and their project application -Highly proficient in space planning process, including layouts and ADA requirements.

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to: • Navigate construction sites • Sit, talk, hear and reach with hands and arms • Regularly stand and walk • Occasionally, bend or reach above shoulders • Regularly lift 10 lbs. and occasionally, lift or move up to 25 lbs. • Vision required: Close, distance, color, peripheral, depth perception & focus