CetraRuddy - Senior Interior Designer

SENIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER

COMPANY INFORMATION

CetraRuddy is an award-winning New York based architecture, planning and interior design firm founded on the principle that architecture and design must engage the urban fabric while enriching the human spirit. The firm’s portfolio of work is defined by crafted details, innovative use of materials and contextual sensitivity across various market sectors including residential, hospitality, educational, cultural and commercial.

We are seeking a creative, passionate and talented Senior Interior Designer with comprehensive skills and a commitment to excellence!

The preferred candidate will have no fewer than 7 years of proven and progressively responsible experience in all phases of design and ideally, multi-family residential design. You would be responsible for development of design direction for projects working collaboratively with the Principal-in-Charge, with excellent conceptual planning skills while striving for high quality and innovative design solutions. Additionally, you should have excellent presentation skills, show initiative in problem solving and work well with others. You will have responsibility for the preparation of working drawings and specifications in partnership with the architectural staff.

The successful candidate will have strong communication skills, both verbal and written; strong organizational skills with ability to prioritize in order to meet deadlines and be detail-oriented.

Proficiency in CAD, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign are required, SketchUp and Revit are preferred. Familiarity with LEED standards is also preferred.

This is a great opportunity for intelligent, design oriented people with a commitment to excellence. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, great colleagues and an exciting environment.

Please submit your resume, work samples and salary requirements for immediate consideration to the following:

careers(at)CetraRuddy.com and frommerr(at)CetraRuddy.com

Indicate SR. INTERIOR DESIGNER in the “Subject” line

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