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Junior Facilities Property Manager
|Remuneration:||R20000 - R35000 per month Negotiable depending on experience|
Our client - a leading, innovative design agency - seeks to hire an expert when it comes to internal and external aesthetics as well as the general operation smooth running of the entire office space. An interior and spatial designer is involved in the design or renovation of internal spaces, including structural alterations, furnishings, fixtures and fittings, lighting and colour schemes.
You will be responsible for the coming together of all projects pertaining to the look and feel of the building. The interior and spatial consultant will combines the efficient and functional use of space with an understanding of aesthetics.
The successful candidate will plan and organise the design of the commercial interiors. The role is to plan, execute and finalise projects according to strict deadlines and within budget. This includes acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members and third-party contractors or consultants in order to deliver projects according to plan. You will also oversee quality control throughout its lifecycle.
Tasks may include:
- developing initial ideas and acquiring key information about potential projects, discussing requirements in detail with clients (the brief) and setting project schedules;
- understanding clients' needs and the needs of the people using the building, developing design concepts in consultation with the client and establishing final briefs;
- considering materials and costs according to set budgets and negotiating project fees;
- conducting feasibility studies for projects;
- researching and gathering information and photographs relating to the project;
- producing 'sample' or 'mood' boards for presentation to clients;
- sourcing products, e.g. fittings, furniture, lighting, finishes, decoration and dressing, and providing samples for clients;
- surveying buildings;
- supervising work at the design stage and on site;
- working closely with quantity surveyors to establish costs and work schedules on larger projects, with architects and other design professionals to determine the best use of space, and with manufacturers and contractors;
- keeping up to date with new developments in the design industry.
Posted on 13 May 11:06