2013 is off to a great start already and our little office is buzzing with excitement over the news that we are adding to our team! We are looking for two key people to join Corea Sotropa Interior Design as we bound into the New Year. We need some great team players for our small but busy office.
Are you über organized, super friendly and always polite? You might be just the person we are looking for to fill our Receptionist/Admin Assistant position. As the frontline of our office you will greet our clients, schedule appointments and assist our office manager in the many administrative duties that come along with a busy interior design office. Your other responsibilities will include maintaining our sample library (pictured above), assisting with the planning of client events and generally keeping track of the many comings and goings of products and people who pass through our doors daily. You must be computer savvy (Microsoft, Excel, Outlook), professional, reliable, and some administrative experience would be an asset. We can’t wait to hear from you!
We also need a talented interior designer, who is passionate about residential design, creative, a great collaborator and self starter to round out our design team. You’ve got to have some experience (2 years would be great) and be a graduate of an accredited interior design program. You need to be able to execute working drawings, draw perspectives and pull together presentations (pictured above) as well as select furniture, fabrics and finishes. Experience designing millwork and electrical plans is a must. You are proficient in AutoCad, InDesign, Photoshop, and SketchUp. Can you multi-task, are you extremely professional, like working on a team, outgoing, friendly, and focused? If so, we need to talk to you!
Please forward your résumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are the right fit. If you know someone who would be perfect I’d be ever so grateful if you would pass this along their way. Reena and I will be reviewing applicant’s resumes and then setting up interviews after January 15th.