Location: Balitmore, MD, Norfolk, VA, or Richmond, VA
Type: Full Time
4 Year Degree
Hanbury is searching for a Senior Interior Designer in our Baltimore, Norfolk or Richmond Office. Candidate must possess strong design skills to handle multiple projects and project types including Civic & Community, Science & Technology and Higher Education.
As part of the team, you will:
Provide services associated with creating interior design concepts and presentations, including programming, conceptual design, schematic design, design development, construction documents and construction administration
Participate in selection of furniture systems and specifications
Provide project team coordination for finish plan, specifications, and material selections required for construction
Work with consultants, furniture dealers, product reps and fabricators to meet overall project objectives
Serves as client liaison
Works on Interior Lead as well as Architectural Lead projects
Oversees/mentors a staff of Interns and Junior Interior Designers
Knowledge on specification writing
An ideal candidate has:
Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design or Architecture from an accredited college or university mandatory
LEED or Well Certified a plus
Seven 7 -12 years’ experience
Experience in all aspects of the Design /Contract Documentation/Contract Administration process
Experience in managing Client and consultant relationships
Proficiency in Revit and Adobe Suite; Knowledge of AutoCAD and Enscape and Sketchup
Knowledge of Lumion is a plus
Strong graphic and visualization skills as well as strong verbal, written and presentation skills
Ability to work well in a team environment
Portfolio submission required
Hanbury offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, including health care, disability, group term life, 401(k) and ESOP participation. Hanbury’s competitive paid time off includes vacation, wellness/sick, holidays, and paid Parental Leave.
At Hanbury, we strive to develop leadership qualities within every member of our family. An extensive array of resources will be made available to you including educational opportunities, conference activities, Interior Design and LEED/Well AP licensure support and participation in our Legacy Programs.
Hanbury is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.
To apply, send Cover Letter, Resume and Portfolio to email@example.com
Hanbury is an Architectural, Planning and Interior Design Firm established in 1979. As Hanbury has evolved, we’ve concentrated our design focus on several areas that best serve this potential: higher education, science & technology, and civic/community - all with a commitment to the highest and best use of resources and a long-range view of environmental impact.
Our people are undeniably our most valuable resource. Our collective promise lies in celebrating the potential of each individual, while embracing strategic optimism and inventing our future by growing a firm of choice by design. Hanbury encourages systematic mentoring through the project process and sponsors tailored initiatives through Hanbury Performance Coaching and professional development through Hanbury Academy — the growth of each individual and the growth of the firm are inextricably connected, so too are the benefits of each.
Our work is strengthened through fostering an inclusive environment where underrepresented voices are sought, included, and valued. We seek to empower all voices through active listening, thoughtful engagement, and holistic design solutions. Design excellence requires shaping and leadin...g a firm that cares for the world in which we seek to live. Our successful future depends on transparent actionable change guided by knowledgeable voices.