Are you an experienced interior designer based in Brisbane? Looking to elevate your career within a global practice? Ready to work on some incredible projects? Woods Bagot is a People Architecture company placing human experience at the centre of our design process to create and deliver engaging, future-oriented projects that respond to the way people actually use space. Our Values Uncompromising Design. Rigorous Curiosity. Effective Communication. Collective Intelligence. Dynamic Careers. Woods Bagot is a values-driven organisation and our values underpin everything we do. Values guide the way we work, the way we make decisions and how we interact with each other, our clients and our stakeholders. About the role The role will be based in our Brisbane studio and will assist Principal’s and other Project Leaders to deliver projects with high quality design outcomes for our clients. This position requires a strong all rounder, with high level conceptual design skills supported by your extensive experience on residential and/or workplace projects. You will have a proven track record of managing project programs and ideally leading a team. This is a career growth opportunity to be a key influencer within your specialist sector, at a studio, regional and potentially global level. You will gain valuable experience working alongside our Principal’s and other Project Leaders and share your knowledge and experience to empower junior and mid level team members. Key Responsibilities Lead bids and submissions for potential projects, competitions and new clients Contribute to strategic business planning for Interior Design sectors (residential and/or workplace specific) Lead interior design teams to develop concept designs through to practical completion Prepare space planning and schematic design schemes for residential and workplace projects Prepare design development presentations and documentation Liaise with engineering services and specialist sub consultants Manage tender documentation package including drawings, schedules and specifications Manage construction documentation package including drawings, schedules and specifications Must be able to be hands on with documentation as required. Contribute to the culture and development of the interior design team. About you As the successful candidate you will have past experience working with a collaborative, creative and resourceful team. You have specialised experience in the design and construction of architectural projects. You will be able to demonstrate 12-15+ years’ experience (or equivalent) working in the Interior Design field Hold a Bachelor Degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture Demonstrate exceptional skills in concept design and narrative development Experience in writing bids and submissions Strong experience using Revit Demonstrate experience in strategic business planning, contributing to writing business plans Stakeholder engagement and ability to lead client meetings Ability to write and manage project programs Proven experience delivering profitable projects Ability to manage multiple projects Lead and mentor junior staff Technical knowledge Ability and confidence in dealing with clients and consultants Familiar with Australian building regulations and standards, BADS InDesign and Photoshop skills Hand sketching skills desirable Benefits we offer In addition to working for a world class design Studio you will enjoy benefits such as: Paid Parental Leave Employee Assistance Program Employee Referral Program Annual Discretionary Bonus Support scheme for Architectural Registration Working on some of the most interesting and complex projects in Australia alongside a talented team How to apply Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, resume and portfolio in a combined PDF document via our LinkedIn post for a Senior Interior Designer. Due to LinkedIn file restrictions we recommend including a link to your portfolio. Applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. We do not accept unsolicited resumes or names from agencies. Please note: the closing date for applications is 14th September 2021. All personal data collected by the Company will be kept confidential and only used for recruitment purposes. Mandatory requirements It is an essential requirement that at the time of applying for this position, applicants must have the legal right to work in Australia. Inspiration. Innovation. Inclusiveness. We are Woods Bagot. Woods Bagot is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, creed, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, disability, gender identity, gender expression, and Veteran status. At Woods Bagot, we are committed to creating an environment where difference is celebrated, valued and respected, practices are equitable, and our people feel like they belong. We accept that none of us is smarter than all of us. We believe building a diverse workforce is the foundation to creativity and innovative design – it is only by working together that we can realise the potential of our people, clients and communities around us. Through our inclusive leadership and our truly global studio network of strategists, experienced designers and scientists, you will find your voice and have the support and flexibility required to bring your whole self to work and build an exceptional career.