Junior Project Designer

30000.00 - 35000.00 GBP Annual + GBP30000 - GBP35000/annum
15 Mar 2017
23 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Junior Project Designer
The Junior Project Designer will be based out of the Hemel Hempstead office with additional travel to client's sites required. Ideally, we are looking for a Junior Project Designer to live within easy commuting of the office.
Our client is a leader within Lighting Design, a position they have earned from 20 years of top quality work within the Lighting world. This is a unique opportunity to become involved in all aspects of the company's product and offers fantastic scope to become a key part of a growing business.

Junior Project Designer Responsibilities
Supporting the creation of the Lighting Scheme to meet the requirements of the Client, Architect, Interior Designer, Installer and producing a Quotation to supply.
Thorough project management pre-and post-order, where necessary involving site visits and meetings.
Quoting for Specials and working with the product design team to ensure timely and accurate development of project specific products.
Ensuring profitability is maintained at project, sales order and product level.

Experience Required
At least 3 years' project management experience
A good understanding of Microsoft Project and project management methodologies and approaches.
A confident communicator, you will enjoy working collaboratively and building strong relationships with senior leaders as you initiate, plan, monitor, control, deliver and close all kinds of different projects.
Understanding of Technical Drawing techniques
AutoCAD or similar software experience

Applying today could open up the opportunity to join a market leading Lighting company offering a fantastic working environment. If you're interested in the role, please don't hesitate to contract Victoria at the Reading office.

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