Applied Minds

Lighting Designer

Job Location US-CA-Burbank

Overview

We are seeking an Interior Designer who will join our team to work on a variety of design projects. This individual will help take projects from early concepts through Construction Documents and support as needed through the construction phase. They will also help make sure the team is aware of current/future Furniture, Finishes, and Equipment industry manufacture products. 

Responsibilities

  • Partner and collaborate with a diverse design team consisting of architects, conceptual designers, interior designers, draftsmen, lighting designers, model-builders, audio/video engineers, and others
  • Research, visualize, and propose FF&E items that align with and complete the design vision
  • Work closely with the design team to generate FF&E drawing packages for the various phases of the project
  • Create/document FF&E specifications and product cutsheets
  • Make modifications to existing furniture pieces to meet specific project needs
  • Acquire product & material samples
  • Maintain our internal FF&E library with current products and materials
  • Work with manufacturers and fabricators to create custom furniture or millwork pieces
  • Collaborate with manufacturers and our internal purchasing department to get price quotes and lead times
  • All other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Required:

  • 5-10 years experience in commercial, office spaces, and/or government facilities
  • Experience with the following applications: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Acrobat, and Microsoft Excel

Desired:

  • Certifications: CCIDC and/or NCIDQ
  • Experience with technical spaces, such as theaters, video teleconferencing centers, etc.
  • Experience collaborating with audio/video engineers to incorporate technology into proposed furniture pieces 
  • Experience with Rhino, SketchUP, and Rendering software

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