Designer/Interior Designer - mid-level
NBBJ 5 reviews - Seattle, WA

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NBBJ Seattle is seeking a mid-level Designer/Interior Designer to join our Healthcare Practice to work on international and domestic Healthcare projects.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Participate in high-energy, collaborative team and project environments
  • Proactive team involvement and willingness to participate in ideation at all levels - be engaged!
  • Design and documentation support on projects
  • Produce contract documents
Skills and Qualifications (required unless otherwise noted):
  • 2 to 8 years of professional experience in Interior Design
  • Bachelor's Degree Interior Design or Interior Architecture ; BFA or MFA desired
  • On the path to licensure desired; LEED Accreditation a plus
  • Knowledge of all aspects of interior design including tenant improvement design, space planning, programming, color and material selection, FF&E and vendor and contractor management
  • Strong conceptual design and schematic design skills
  • Previous experience working on complex Healthcare projects in all phases of design
  • Strong verbal and graphic communication skills; effective client relationship skills and talent for working with diverse teams of designers
  • Proficiency in Revit with 3D modeling skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Sketchup, Rhino or 3DS Max
  • Experience with interior documentation and detailing, casework detailing and modeling
  • Creation of presentation books and materials
  • Experience with researching, selecting and specifying materials and finishes
  • Experience with furniture selection and specification
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and multiple deadlines
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, open environment
  • Desire to travel

NBBJ is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

About this company
5 reviews
NBBJ spends a lot of time around hospitals, but don't worry -- there's nothing wrong. The architecture and design firm designs medical...