HGA Architects & Engineers

  • Interior Designer

    Job Locations US-CA-San Francisco
    Job ID 2018-1160
    # of Openings
    1
    Posted Date
    1 month ago(3/22/2018 1:15 PM)
    Category
    Architecture / Interior Design / Landscape
  • Overview

    HGA has an exciting opportunity for a talented and passionate Healthcare Interior Designer to join our San Francisco, CA office. In this positon, you can expect to work on a variety of project types and collaborate with other interior designers and architects throughout the firm. You will be tasked with collaborating on the development of the Interior Design efforts; performing all phases of the interior design process from programming and conceptual design development and documentation through to construction administration. We are seeking a candidate with a high capacity for creativity and innovative design thinking. 

    Responsibilities

    • Works with Architectural and Interior Design teams to develop the interior design direction, translating complex programming requirements into schematic design while developing detailed concepts focusing on the patient experience.
    • Researches materials and concepts to advise and direct design team on technical issues influencing interior design concept development
    • Collaborates and communicates effectively and professionally with multidisciplinary team members
    • Utilizes past knowledge and experience to enhance the quality of design.
    • Coordinates the design work of others and ensures integrated and cohesive design.
    • Works within project schedules to prioritize tasks and coordinate the completion of documentation required from initial design phase through final project completion.
    • Reviews material submittals and conduct on-site observations.
    • Coordinates interior design data gathering and document preparation.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelors’ or Masters’ degree from an accredited Interior Design or Interior Architecture program
    • Minimum of 5 years of experience. Experience with Healthcare environments strongly desired.
    • Professional licensure and/or certification strongly desired; LEED AP encouraged
    • Fluent knowledge of Revit; AutoCAD, SketchUp, and other graphic tools helpful
    • Fluent knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
    • Strong communication and presentation skills

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