|Title||Senior FF&E Designer (Client Advert), London|
|Salary||Negotiable + Pension|
A permanent position has arisen at SMC Design to take ownership of the senior FF&E responsibilities on a variety of projects. For this role it is crucial that the candidate is competent working with minimal over-seeing, producing a high quality of work. This role is now available due to continued success and they are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and organised FF&E Designer to work on high-end marine interior design projects, liaising with suppliers and working to a client’s needs and aspirations.
Project involvement is from conception through to completion and the candidate will join projects at a variety of stages along the way to perform this dynamic and fast-paced role. Experience in delivering FF&E packages for large-scale commercial projects (e.g. hotels/cruise ships) is essential, as well as impeccable organisational, research and communication skills. Strong English is essential.
The ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate the following: proficiency in Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Excel, and confidence in using an Apple Mac computer (VectorWorks would be a bonus but not essential); an extensive understanding of finishes, furniture and lighting, with a fantastic eye for the finer details; experience completing specifications to a high standard of clarity; an ability to interpret a brief and design schemes for a wide variety of clients tastes, brand identities or requirements; an ability to research for and create strong mood boards plus create sample boards for client presentations; an understanding of controlling budgets.
It is also essential that the candidate is able to travel (often at short notice) to locations within the UK and abroad. 8 to 10 years’ experience is sought and in return a competitive salary will be offered, negotiable depending on experience. Please send cover letter, CV & portfolio for review (quoting reference V03725) to firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about SMC Design please visit www.smc-design.com.