Graduate Interior Designer Graduate Interior Designer – Full Time / Permanent (Hybrid Working) – Birmingham AHR is a multi-award winning architecture and building consultancy practice, operating in the UK and internationally. Based on our strong heritage and breadth of services, we provide imaginative solutions to make a positive contribution for our clients, society and the built environment.Our people make us who we are – we are a people business and want to create a welcoming and supportive environment where all can flourish. We see diversity as a strength which creates fresh perspectives and generates new ideas.We enjoy what we do and are determined to do an outstanding job. We deliver best when working in teams. Our culture is a product of the combined mindsets and behaviours of our people.Due to our continued growth and expanding portfolio, we are looking to add to our existing team. This role is based in Birmingham and we support hybrid working with a combination of office and home based working available. About YouAs a Graduate Interior Designer, this role will provide you with an opportunity to convert your academic knowledge into working practice and to develop additional skills that you can only gain in a live office environment. Under the direction and supervision of a mentor, you'll work as part of a team, assisting in the development of Interior Design schemes. The experiences will be broad and tailored by us to support your development. It's a chance for you to shine, and to contribute to the flow of ideas and energy that sustain a busy practiceYour Skills and ExperienceDegree-qualified (or equivalent other) in Interior Architecture or Interior DesignRecent experience in similar role preferredExceptional concept design, visualisation, sketching and presentation skillsFully conversant in Revit, AutoCAD, Photoshop, InDesign, 3D modelling software (e.g. SketchUp, Rhino etc) and Microsoft Office packages, including Outlook.Working knowledge of managing email, sharing files and creating, organising, managing and preserving record documents using Newforma Project CenterGood levels of self-organisation, with the ability to plan, organise and manage workflowsThe ability to work in a team and follow instructionsAble to plan and organise personal time, and work effectively to meet deadlines and manage priorities with minimum supervisionAble to work under reasonable work-related pressure and maintain excellent attention to detailKey ResponsibilitiesUnder the supervision of your mentor, carefully complete the tasks assigned to you in the time allocated and assist other designers with developing designs and production information Research and gather information and images relating to the project such as concept proposals, look & feel options, precedent studiesLearn to source suitable products such as fittings, furniture and finishes, taking into consideration materials, sustainability, durability and project complianceCreate sample boards, mood boards and imagery for ClientsLearn to use NBS Chorus (technical training to be provided) and assist with specification writingParticipate in Project Reviews and coordination workshopsUnder the supervision of your mentor, attend and participate in Design Team Meetings and Site Meetings. Support the other Designers in understanding and coordinating the designLearn to use Newforma Document Control (training to be provided). Support your project team with Document Control activitiesWhat we offer you Salary: Competitive salary based on experience Working Hours: 37 hours per week (Hybrid Working) 25 days holiday plus public holidays, increasing with service Support with career progression and education Paid professional memberships BUPA Health Cash Plan Life Assurance scheme Discretionary bonus scheme Perk Box discount platform Our full benefits package can be seen on the AHR careers site.This is a great opportunity to join our highly creative and ambitious team in a great studio close to transport links. You will be part of a design-led progressive practice.How to applyIf this role sounds like it is for you, please apply through our careers site.You will be asked to upload your CV and we would also be interested to see a copy of your portfolio as part of your application. When completing your application, please give specific details of your experience, skills and previous responsibilities that you believe will be relevant to the role you are applying for.AHR is an equal opportunities employer, we do not discriminate on any grounds other than ability to carry out the job role. If you require any adjustments to make the recruitment process easier, please let us know.Please check your Junk Mail/Spam for application acknowledgements and any updates on your application, including invites to interview, as some email accounts automatically divert there. Agencies to make contact with Helen Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.