Middleweight - Senior Interior Designer (Edinburgh)

City of Edinburgh
£30k - £35k dependant on experience
18 July 2017
16 August 2017
Job Function
Contract Type
Full Time

An opportunity to work with high profile clients whilst being based in the historical and cosmopolitan city of Edinburgh. A Mid-weight / Senior Interior Designer role has arisen to join this team of creatives where their work has won awards for innovation, branding, interiors and customer focus to score but a few.

Their mix of projects includes retail, hospitality and brand communication for leading icons, which include football and sports, brewing companies, amazon lounges along with a large media corporation.

While this design company may fly the flag high for Scottish projects, their work is throughout the UK; the success in the delivery of the customer journey concept is down to the focused crux of this team of 15. You will be part of a 6 strong team of interior designers, working with five graphic designers, two team leaders and the business owner.

As an Interior Designer you will have between 5-7 years' experience within either retail and/or hospitality. You will provide technical drawing visuals using VectorWorks, ability to hand-sketch will be a bonus. You will be responsible for managing concept development, design and delivery with expectation to confidently present to clients, attend meetings and site visits, with some UK travel.  

Ideally to start as a permanent role, however the owner is open to starting on a contract to move to permanent employment. This is a fantastic chance to balance a work and life-style, embracing the rich tapestry of the Scottish wilderness while working in the cultural hub of Edinburgh, with a short walk from the train station and within a half hour drive from the airport, this agency really is a the heart of a national treasure.

Please contact Lucy on 0203 1740185 or lucy@studio.eu.com if you would like any further details before applying.

 Please ensure that when applying that your portfolio and CV are sent in a pdf format.

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