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Workspace Planner/ Interior Designer - West London

Job Title: Workspace Planner/ Interior Designer - West London
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: UK - England - South East England, London - South West London
Industry:
Salary: 35000 - 40000
REF: 130296
Contact Name: Gemma Howells
Contact Email: ghowells@allen-york.com
Job Published: 11 months ago
We a looking for a talented Workspace Planner/ Interior Designer to join FM services provider in West London area.

Your role will involve producing a range of drawings to agreed quality standards and timescales and maintaining updated space plans for all buildings.
 
Role Summary:
 
  • Ensuring that requests for space planning and drawing updates are completed effectively, and in a timely manner.
  • Ensuring that the appropriate statutory and client safety and spatial requirements are adhered to throughout the space planning process.
  • Managing the archiving of drawings in an efficient and effective manner.
  • Assisting and supporting the client Property Team and other client stakeholders in achieving effective and optimised space utilisation.
  • Regularly assessing the portfolio for opportunities to improve space utilisation and efficiency.
  • Assisting the Workplace Space Manager with dispute resolution relating to space utilisation.
  • Working collaboratively as part of the overall project team to provide effective space solutions.
  • Applying continuous improvement and problem solving techniques as appropriate.
  • Developing and maintaining consistent, professional and effective communication with clients, consultants and contractors.
 
Experience Required:
 
  • HNC or equivalent in an engineering or business discipline.
  • Minimum of three years' experience of Interior Design and/or Space Planning.
  • Fully conversant with AutoCAD to 2014 level.
  • Excellent knowledge of Health, Safety and Environmental issues, with the ability to interpret relevant policy and legislation, and implement this across all working practices.
  • Ideally, a professional qualification and be a member of a relevant professional organisation.
  • Ideally, experience of working in a continuous improvement culture.
  • Developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills.
  • Flexible, self-motivated, well organised, confident manner, team-player
  • Process orientated, meticulous with the ability to organise and prioritise own workload, communicate intentions; resulting in the production key deliverables to aggressive timescales.
  • Ability to complete work activity without direct supervision.
  • Comfortable within and prepared to contribute to a strong safety culture.

If you are interested to apply for this opportunity please call Gemma on 01202 888 986 ext 226