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Current Job Postings

Interior Designer Healthcare - Pope Design Group - Hybrid 2.22.2024

Introduction:

Pope Design Group is seeking a passionate, ambitious and thoughtful Interior Designer that seeks to make a positive and impactful difference in our community through the spaces we create.  We are a multi-disciplinary firm comprised of creative architects and interior designers, partnering with clients across the country.  We believe in working together to create environments that enhance lives.  In this position you will be working closely with the Project Manager and an integrated team of design professionals developing design concepts into high quality documents for our clients. Our approach is client-focused, and our employees grow and thrive in our collaborative and flexible environment.

 

Interiors Team:

Our Interiors team practices broadly. This position will provide an opportunity to collaborate with integrated design teams on primary and specialty healthcare clinics, behavioral health facilities and acute care projects of various sizes and complexity.  Team members can react positively to a variety of design priorities, styles, and project delivery methods.

 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Collect client space requirements and develop plan layouts for projects with project team.
  • Develop design concepts, color/finish materials and furniture selections for projects of varying size and complexity.
  • Work with project team on development and documentation of design solutions.
  • Coordination and specification of interior furniture.
  • Assist with preparing design presentation materials & renderings.
  • Participates in development of construction documents using Revit.
  • May attend client/project interviews.
  • Manage the interior design portion of a project, preparing design and construction documents with a clear understanding of the needs of the client and of the project scope, schedule, budget and project deliverables.
  • Stays current with latest design trends, architectural/design products, and materials.

 

Client Interface:

  • The project team all work together on developing a positive relationship of trust with our clients and fostering a commitment to external and internal client service.
  • You will regularly communicate with clients to verify design requirements and specifications, progress reviews, delivery of final presentations, updates on project progress.
  • Work with Project Managers to confirm objectives and formulate options with the client; prepare and conduct design and technical presentations for team and/or clients and participate in marketing efforts.

 

Your Skills, Experience and Competencies: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in interior design.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience. NCIDQ certificate holder and CID a plus.
  • While you may work on a variety of project types, our need is for an interior designer with experience in primary and specialty healthcare clinics, behavioral health facilities and acute care project types.
  • A working knowledge of AutoCAD, Revit, Bluebeam, and other design software, with an emphasis on 3D presentation is required.
  • Has a good knowledge of applying interior design principles, practices, and concepts.
  • Problem-solving skills and the ability to adapt to changes in the work requests or environment.
  • Ability to take on additional responsibilities as needed with some guidance.
  • Proven organization and time management skills and is detail oriented with ability to multi-task.

 

Salary & Benefits:

  • Compensation for the Interior Designer role will be based on candidates work experience, education and/or skill level and will be finalized at the time of an offer. Individuals in this role working more than 32 hours a week are eligible to participate in our benefit programs which include bonuses, profit sharing, 401K contributions, paid time off, continuing education, licensure & professional memberships as well as medical, dental, vision, life and short/long term disability programs.
  • We offer a flexible hybrid work environment allowing employees to work remotely two days a week.

 

Website & Contact:

To learn more about our firm please visit our website at www.popedesign.com    AA/E.O.E

We are committed to creating a positive work culture that is supportive, inclusive, and flexible for all, including you! Interested in joining our team – email resumes to Karen Oldenborg in Human Resources koldenborg@popedesign.com or send through our website careers@popedesign.com

Entry to Mid-level Interior Designer - Acre - St. Louis Park 1.17.2024

Throughout our 60 years in business, we have built strong relationships across our region and have established a reputation for hard work, honesty, and quality.

 

At Acre Workplace, we strive to always lead with progressive thinking, proactive listening, transparent business practices, and a collaborative approach to empower ourselves and forward-looking clients.

 

Our Values: Empathy, Adaptivity, Empowerment and Dedication

 

 

Job Title: Interior Designer, Application Specialist 

 

 

Job Summary:

 

Coordinate and implement the interior design, space planning and furniture specification process on various size projects and market segments, from the initial programming and preliminary design, through design development and final installation drawings.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

 

  • Program with Clients & Sales to identify scope of project and specific client needs.
  • Collaborate with project team and work with vendors to develop conceptual designs, research special product needs and present solutions for design projects of varying complexities.
  • Aid in the preparation of project presentations including product & finish documents and renderings, schematic design, and presentation materials on small to medium size projects.
  • Create furniture plans, working drawings, electrical & communications plans, product specifications and finishes/materials for client review, implementation, and follow-through.
  • Develop and coordinate material & finish schemes and create finish plans when required.
  • Acts as a resource person to support sales staff in the completion of proposals & projects.
  • Participate in client meetings, along with Sales, to convey design solutions.
  • Track design time by completing a detailed project log of all work performed in a time management system.
  • Perform site inspections, field verifications, inventory of furnishings and evaluation of product reuse.
  • Follow and maintain Acre Design Service Standards and Best Practice guidelines.
  • Strive for a productivity goal of 85% and low error rate.
  • Fulfill requirements of Designer training established by the Design Manager and/or Design Team Lead.
  • Attend design/sales meetings and seminars within and outside the company for self-development.
  • Develop and maintain personal creative quality professionalism, product knowledge, and establish good working relationships with company personnel and clients.
  • Efficient project schedule planning for most effective time utilization.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor of Arts or Science Degree in Interior Design from an accredited program.
  • Working knowledge of the design profession and all its phases; from preliminary promotional activities through product installation and field observation.
  • Working knowledge of architectural and electrical plans and specifications and ability to coordinate with interior requirements (including lighting, acoustics, design details, plans and elevations).
  • Excellent communication skills needed to convey design concepts to other designers, Acre personnel, and clients.
  • Ability to effectively manage large workloads and work under deadlines.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision and adapt to varying environments, tasks, people and change in general.
  • Proficient in AutoCAD, Revit, Sketch-Up and Microsoft Office products.
  • Always present a positive and professional company image.
  • Ability to lift up to 30 lbs.

 

Preferred Qualifications: 

 

  • 2 -5 years’ experience in the commercial interior design field.
  • Proficient in CET Designer.
  • Strong working knowledge of Steelcase products.
  • Knowledge of planning principles for systems furniture and furniture symbols library knowledge are highly preferred.

 

Physical/Mental Demands:

 

  • This position can be performed while standing or sitting.
  • Occasional bending, twisting, or reaching.
  • The ability to climb stairs is required.
  • Occasional lifting may be necessary up to 30 lbs.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and peripheral vision. The ability to talk, listen, read, and write are important functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to allow individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Working Conditions:

 

This position is an office-based position with occasional travel required within the Metro area. Out of state travel may be required occasionally to attend Neocon, trade shows, and/or industry conferences.

 

Job Details:

 

  • Job Title: Designer
  • Department: Design
  • Supervises: N/A
  • FLSA: Exempt Professional
  • Reports To: Design Manager
  • Location: St. Louis Park, MN

 

To apply, email abrauer@acreworkplace.com.

Student Intern - Interior Design (Summer 2024) - HGA 1.10.24

2024 Student Intern – Interior Design

Job Location: Minneapolis

 

Overview:

HGA is a full-service planning and design firm of over 1,000 professionals offering planning, engineering, architecture, and interior design services in 13 offices. Our nationally recognized, integrated team of experts bring a highly collaborative and transparent approach that ensures the success of clients’ projects. At HGA, we are committed to meeting our clients’ sustainability goals as well as challenging our industry. We aim to develop the expertise and research to push beyond net zero energy to net positive energy: from a neutral effect on health, safety, and resources to a positive one. As the need and desire for sustainability environments grow, so does the focus on high-performance buildings with sound data that we can share back with clients and our design teams.

 

We have excellent summer opportunities for students who wish to gain hands-on experience in an architectural/engineering/interior design environment. This paid summer internship is typically 10-12 weeks in length beginning mid-May through mid-August (depending on your schedule).

 

In this role you will:

Responsibilities will include working closely with team members on specific projects with the potential to be involved in a wide range of project-related work including assisting designers with space planning, interior detailing, 3D modeling, finish and material research, presentation materials and boards and maintaining the resource library.

 

You will need to have:

  • Enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program in Interior Design or related program (preferable graduating in Fall 2024, Spring/Fall 2025), preferably in a CIDA accredited program
  • Previous internship or leadership experience
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office, Revit, 3D modeling software and Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop).
  • Applicants must reside in or near an HGA office and be able to commute to the Minneapolis office at least two to three days per week.

 

Salary Information:

The pay range listed aligns to the geography of the office for which this position is posted. Actual compensation will be based upon work experience, education, licensure requirements and/or skill level and will be finalized at the time of offer. Individuals in this role working more than 24 hours a week on a regular basis are eligible to participate in HGA’s robust benefit programs which include an annual bonus and success sharing bonus program, 401(k) guaranteed contribution, paid parental leave, medical, dental and life insurance plans as well as PTO and short- and long-term disability programs. Pay: $21/Hr

 

To Apply:

  • Apply on HGA’s website: https://hga-internships-hga.icims.com/jobs/2778/2024-student-intern—interior-design/job
  • Submit a resume in PDF format indicating degree program, anticipated degree completion date, and GPA
  • Must attach 2-3 work samples of not more than 6 pages showing design process and design solutions. If including group projects in your portfolio, please indicate your role on the project.
  • Applications will be accepted until February 28, 2024.
HealthCare Interior Designer - Mohagen Hansen Architecture Interiors - Wayzata 1.10.2024

We’re seeking a mid-level Healthcare Interior Designer! Take that next step in your career with us!

 

Do you want to join and grow with an award-winning Architecture and Interior Design Firm with exceptional people? Are you looking for a flexible, collaborative, creative work environment that encourages learning and professional development? Work a hybrid schedule. Make an immediate impact in the expanding Interior Design Team at Mohagen Hansen Architecture Interiors. We are a mission, vision and values-driven organization that encourages an entrepreneurial spirit with fresh, new ideas. This position offers a strong portfolio, a talented team and great marketing opportunities for the right candidate.

 

In this role you will be performing all technical aspects of the interior design process from project setup to construction administration. You will be involved in leading and creating design concepts, assist in design efforts, data gathering, planning, documentation and gaining experience in a variety of projects.

 

 

Essential Responsibilities

  1. 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.
  2. Lead the thought leadership of interior design on assigned projects, including research, strategic planning, interview participation, and partnering with the architecture team.
  3. Collaborates and communicates effectively and professionally with multidisciplinary teams.
  4. Research materials and concepts to advise the design team on technical issues influencing interior design concept development.
  5. Utilizes past knowledge and experience to enhance the quality of design.
  6. Coordinates the design work of others and ensures integrated and cohesive design.
  7. Works within project schedules to prioritize tasks and coordinate the completion of documentation required from initial design phase through final project completion.
  8. Review’s material submittals and conduct on-site observations.
  9. Coordinates interior design data gathering and document preparation.

 

 

Knowledge and Experience:

  • The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in interior design from a CIDA accredited program or related experience.
  • At least 5 years of commercial interior design experience including experience with a focus on healthcare design and projects, showing a proven track record of successful design with complex, multi-phase projects.
  • Work toward professional licensure and/or certification; LEED AP and EDAC encouraged.
  • Fluent knowledge of Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office and/or other related graphic software programs is expected.
  • Knowledge of 3D programs such as Revit and/or Sketch-up
  • Strong leadership and presentation skills.
  • Willingness to take on a variety of projects.
  • Ability to collaborate and cultivate relationships with clients and co-workers, and a passion for providing mentorship to staff.
  • Interior design concepts, materials, and furnishings requirements specific to Healthcare and hospitality projects – including concepts, practices, standards, and principles.
  • Thorough understanding of the technical process for large-scale interiors projects with a specific emphasis in the healthcare and hospitality sector as defined by the firm.
  • Experience delivering successful projects which comply with relevant building, FGI, ADA, construction standards, and other related regulatory requirements.
  • Proficient in building materials, specifications, and construction techniques
  • Working expertise in applicable codes (city, state, federal)
  • Knowledgeable in finish materials, FF&E selection and specification, interior design components for millwork/casework and construction detailing.

 

 

Skills and Abilities:

  • Team player willing to jump in no matter how exciting the task may or may not be.
  • Anticipate client and team needs ahead of time.
  • Can do attitude.
  • Desire to be part of a great team and culture!
  • Willing to ask for help when needed.
  • Willing to grow and learn with each project.

 

 

About Us:

Since our start in 1989, we have evolved into a full service, 30-plus person, mission, vision, and values-driven organization that promotes a collaborative work environment. We encourage an entrepreneurial spirit along with fresh, new ideas. We exist to serve our clients by doing what we love. We leverage our passion for design using our skills, talents, and agility to meet our client’s needs. Our services include a full spectrum of programming, planning, design, and interior design services for corporate, healthcare, multi-family housing, government, dental, financial, and industrial clients.

 

Learn more about us at www.mohagenhansen.com and apply today!

Interior Design Intern (Spring 2024) - Ryan - Minneapolis 1.3.2024

Company Info

 

With more than 80 years in business and 16 offices (and growing!), Ryan offers comprehensive commercial real estate solutions to customers across the US. We bring a collaborative, relationship-driven approach to delivering spaces where people thrive and businesses succeed. Join a company with an outstanding culture and competitive benefits. At Ryan, we don’t just build buildings – we build stories.

 

Learn more about Ryan Architecture + Engineering here.

 

Job Description

 

Ryan Companies US, Inc. has an exciting internship opportunity for the spring of 2024 within the A+E group as an intern to engage with projects in the office, multi-family, healthcare, senior living, and industrial sectors as an Interior Design Intern.

 

Architecture and Engineering are critical components of Ryan’s platform for delivering integrated and creative real estate solutions. At Ryan, we are not only architects and engineers, but also builders, developers, owners, and operators. We leverage our knowledge and tailored approach to help customers achieve their project goals. Collectively, we create places for people to thrive.

 

During the internship, you’ll have the opportunity to:

• Work on various phases of project design from concept through construction administration.
• As part of an integrated design-build company, department tours through active projects offer an in-depth look at how designs in the computer come together in the built environment.

 

As an Interior Design Intern, you can expect to gain experience in:

• Collaborating and participating in all phases of the project from concept design through construction administration.
• Assisting the project team with finish selections.

 

To be considered further, you should:

• Be currently enrolled in an accredited program related to: Interior Design/Architecture.
• Be, at most, 18 months from your anticipated graduation date.
• Possess basic knowledge of interior material products.

 

You will stand out if you have:

• A strong desire to work in an integrated design-build firm.
• Strong working knowledge of Revit, and a working knowledge of Sketch-up and InDesign.
• Knowledge and experience with Vectorworks, Civil 3D/AutoCAD 2013 and Adobe Creative Suite.

 

Eligibility

Positions require verification of employment eligibility to work in the U.S.

 

Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

 

Certain positions and locations require Covid-19 vaccination, subject to reasonable accommodations for valid medical or sincerely held religious reasons.

 

Benefits

Competitive Salary

Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits

Retirement and Savings Benefits

Flexible Spending Accounts

Life Insurance

Educational Assistance

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Parenting Benefits

Long-term Disability
Ryan Foundation – charitable matching funds
Paid Time for Volunteer Events

 

EEO Policy and Reasonable Accommodation Notice

 

Ryan Companies US, Inc. is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

For information about your rights under Equal Employment Opportunity, CLICK HERE.

 

If we can help accommodate a disability during any portion of the application or hiring process, please email humanresources@ryancompanies.com. Reasonable accommodations will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Please note: Our accommodation specialist is unable to provide application status updates.

 

Ryan does not accept recruiting agency solicitations.

Interior Designer II - Ryan A+E US Inc 1.2.2024

Company Info

With more than 80 years in business and 16 offices (and growing!), Ryan offers comprehensive commercial real estate solutions to customers across the US. We bring a collaborative, relationship-driven approach to delivering spaces where people thrive and businesses succeed. Join a company with an outstanding culture and competitive benefits. At Ryan, we don’t just build buildings – we build stories.

Learn more about Ryan Architecture + Engineering here.

 

Job Description

Ryan Companies is looking for an organized, innovative, collaborative and forward-thinking Interior Designer II to join our team! The ideal candidate will be able to problem solve and design both as part of a collaborative team and perform work independently.

 

Ryan Companies uses a unique integrated delivery process that involves architecture, engineering, construction, development, real estate management and capital markets. Ryan’s integrated process requires an individual to be able to work in a proactive and positive manner in tandem with local teams and cross regionally within a national design practice.

 

Some things you can expect to do:

  • Work in tandem with Client, Architects, Design Project Manager, Designers, Development, Construction, and Consultants to develop documentation for coordination and construction
  • Participate in creating a complete, thorough set of interior design documents to meet project goals, milestones, and schedule
  • Develop and implement an overall design palette that supports the aesthetic, budget, and functional goals of the project
  • Participate in and/or lead design meetings, consultant meetings, and project team meetings
  • Independently solve problems by applying the basic principles of design
  • Resolve unusual or complex technical issues
  • Participate in interior design code review and implement requirements
  • Identify & communicate deviations in project scope and work with team to resolve

 

To be successful in this role, you must be proficient in Revit and have the ability to lead a diverse team. Candidates with approximately 4 years of experience are most likely to be successful, however those with unique career experience or display clear potential for the role will be considered.

 

You will really stand out if you have:

  • Professional Interior Design degree
  • Interior Design licensure
  • LEED AP and/or WELL AP certification
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, Adobe Suite, Enscape, Sketchup and Bluebeam

 

Eligibility

Positions require verification of employment eligibility to work in the U.S. Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Certain positions and locations require Covid-19 vaccination, subject to reasonable accommodations for valid medical or sincerely held religious reasons.

 

Benefits

Competitive Salary
Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits Retirement and Savings Benefits Flexible Spending Accounts
Life Insurance Educational Assistance Paid Time Off (PTO) Parenting Benefits Long-term Disability
Ryan Foundation – charitable matching funds Paid Time for Volunteer Events

 

EEO Policy and Reasonable Accommodation Notice

 

Ryan Companies US, Inc. is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

For information about your rights under Equal Employment Opportunity, CLICK HERE.

 

If we can help accommodate a disability during any portion of the application or hiring process, please email humanresources@ryancompanies.com. Reasonable accommodations will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Please note: Our accommodation specialist is unable to provide application status updates.

 

Ryan does not accept recruiting agency solicitations.

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