Our Design & Construction team creates & delivers spaces that elevate the workplace experience. We’re growing our in-house Design Studio and taking on an ever-increasing volume of new build-outs across the U.S. As a Designer at Industrious, your ideas and creative problem-solving will make an impact. If you’re looking for a role in which you’ll have a high level of ownership in a quickly-evolving and high growth environment, this is the role for you.

As a Designer on our team, you'll create the future of the flexible workplace and build deep knowledge about the operations of a rapidly growing business. We foster a positive and supportive environment. You’ll join a passionate team from diverse design backgrounds and perspectives. This role is based in New York City and reports to a Design Manager. Since you’ll be working on exciting build-outs in every area of the country, this role will entail regular travel.

You'll know you're successful in this role if:

  • You're able to deeply integrate Industrious' design philosophy into each of your projects in a seamless way
  • You understand and have helped evolve our construction means and methods
  • You’ve independently develop localized design concepts for each unique project you lead
  • You’ve delivered multiple units on-time and in-budget
  • You’ve cultivated internal and external partnerships across every key area of our business including Facilities, Hospitality, and Real Estate.

Here’s how you’ll make an impact:

  • Independently lead design projects within a predefined scope and budget
  • Develop and maintain project schedules
  • Complete 3D modeling for design intent
  • Draft complete SD and DD drawing packages
  • Develop interior FFE layouts and process and manage FFE orders
  • Coordinate RFIs with local architects/contractors
  • Review and approve project submittals
  • Iterate custom design pieces and oversee prototype fabrication
  • Research new products
  • Lead initiatives which support rapid business growth

Here’s what we’re looking for:

  • 4-8 years of professional experience in interior architecture or a closely related design field
  • Proficient in Revit and/or AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign (Rhino/Grasshopper skills are a plus)
  • Ability to prepare, develop and edit drawings and models
  • Organized, reliable and able to clearly articulate design ideas
  • Ability to thrive by leading a high volume of projects in a fast-paced environment

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Industrious is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances. Industrious believes that diversity is critical to our success in delivering great workplace experiences and is committed to creating an inclusive, mutually respectful environment which celebrates diversity of our people. We seek to hire on the basis of merit, competence, performance, and business needs.
 
 

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