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Intermediate Interior Designer

Milo Kleinberg Design Associates (MKDA) Milo Kleinberg Design Associates (MKDA) Employer:
Miami, FL, USLocation:
Thu, Jul 29 '21Posted on:
Full-timeType:

Intermediate Interior Designer

Company Preview: MKDA is a 62-year-old, award-winning architectural and design firm headquartered in New York City with offices in Florida, DC and Connecticut. We are often asked how we are so successful at vying against the bigger names in architecture and winning on significant projects. We think it’s because our history bears us out, but also because many from our local team hail from larger shops, or academia, bringing with them an expansive knowledge and vision alongside MKDA’s innate entrepreneurial drive and passion for delivering individualized attention, highly attuned and tailored design solutions, strong work ethic, and management of budgets and schedules. We also like to think that people enjoy working with us because while we take our work and project outcomes seriously, we value the power of relationships and not taking ourselves too seriously. There are no “starchitects” here, just talented, fun people with a strong work ethic.

Position Preview: This is a unique opportunity to participate in the development of a range of different commercial interior projects from concept to completion, and learn all aspects of the process along the way. You will work closely with our Design Principal and Technical Director to develop design ideas and creatively problem solve, as well as provide strong technical support and interface with clients regularly. Our Miami office is a boutique studio where all ideas are welcome, and no one is exempt from pursuing their own personal and professional goals. 

Key Responsibilities (not limited to) 

  • Works with/within the design team from concept to completion on multiple projects of various budgets and scales simultaneously

  • Responsible for all phases of the design process, including programming, schematic, design development, construction documents and construction administration

  • Capable of working on both the creative and technical side of a project

  • Experience with buildings codes and construction documentation

  • Creates construction documentation for various interior projects

  • Reviews construction documents and shop drawings for design compliance

  • Participate in the planning of projects from budgeting to design intent

  • Manage client relationships and team communication

  • Conduct on-site observations and document site reviews

  • Process submittals, RFIs, substitution requests, etc. during construction

  • Participate in office culture and initiatives

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design

  • Expertise in office, hospitality, multi-family or retail projects

  • 3+ years of experience

  • 3+ years of REVIT experience with full construction documentation experience

  • LEED accreditation preferred but not required

  • Strong leadership, organizational, communication and relationship-management skills

  • Experience and ability to coordinate with various consultants 

  • Interacts well with other disciplines and clients in a manner that builds productive relationships

  • Strong analytical and conceptual skills and ability to grasp complex functional program requirements

  • Ability to prioritize and concurrently service multiple projects and meet demanding deadline

  • Experience working directly with contractors

  • Experience resolving complex technical and design issues

  • Understanding of sustainable and universal design concepts

Compensation and Benefits

  • Competitive Annual Base Salary based on experience, certifications and portfolio

  • Full Benefits Package – Eligible for bonuses each year, health insurance, 401K with match, FSA account, PTO, Paid Holidays and more

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