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You can earn a $62,000 annual salary as an Interiors Professional for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. This position is located in Los Angeles, CA.
- Exhibits initiative, process innovation, problem-solving, and decision quality with high attention to precision and accuracy at a project component level.
- Actively collaborates at a project and consultant team level by critically and constructively evaluating ideas. Contributes to and actively participates within the studio.
- Effectively communicates with the project team and consultants through timely and appropriate written, oral, and visual means.
- Minimum 2 years of professional experience; professional licensure process is in progress.
- Completion of a professional degree in Architecture, Interior Design or a related field.
- Demonstrates proficiency in Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino, En scape, VR, Adobe Suite, parametric and rendering software, and other graphic software.
- Actively implements BIM/CAD project standards and procedures.
- LEED accreditation preferred.
- Creates and innovates with a strong conceptual design ability and integrates interdisciplinary criteria to effectively move the design of a project component(s) forward.
- Demonstrates an intermediate understanding of Interiors and Architectural building materials and finishes, building systems, specifications, current and applicable building and fire codes, design and detailing standards and construction techniques, and current market cost(s) costing trends. Able to enrich design concepts through technical strategies and effectively uses appropriate tools to research, design and document at all project phases.
- Demonstrates an intermediate knowledge of Interior Architecture and Architectural design including workplace planning and design concept development (hospitality and/or residential as applicable), design documentation, construction documentation, construction administration, and furniture (FF&E) and materials selection and specifications.
- Manages time and workload to meet project task deadlines and commitments with periodic interaction and direction from project leaders while sharing knowledge with less experienced staff.