Odimo is Hiring: Interior Designer, Project Architect + Marketing Coordinator
Interior Designer: Creative, motivated, aspiring design leader. The individual must be imaginative, curious, self-motivated, detail-focused, deadline-driven, and interested in a collaborative studio approach. Strong color, material palette development, and communication skills required; furniture knowledge and experience in Revit, Photoshop, and InDesign is preferred. Bachelor’s in interior design is required, and a willingness to step into a number of projects with ideas and enthusiasm.
Project Architect: Ability and interest in leading the design of projects in higher education, housing, non-profit, and commercial office. Strong design, documentation, and detailing skills and experience are required. Team leadership and client engagement skills preferred, as well as an interest in community impact. An accredited architecture degree is required, an objective to be licensed, and the ability to execute projects from start to finish. Minimum 5 years of experience.
Marketing Coordinator: Maintains and improves as needed marketing systems/records and coordinates with the design team for information as needed. Produces proposals by coordinating proposals/presentation preparation including scheduling project milestones and reviews, and working with project managers to ensure that quality material is submitted and delivered. Edits, coordinates, and helps write proposals, brochures, and other sales/public relations material.
Odimo is a vision-driven architecture and interior design practice with a focus on higher education, innovative low-income tax-credit housing, and high-quality commercial work in the urban core. We are nimble and diverse in our project work allowing every employee to be exposed to all aspects of design and the architectural practice. Our firm culture emphasizes collaboration while growing the strengths of each individual through design and project management opportunities.
We are dedicated to innovation in the practice of architecture. Toward that endeavor, we recently updated our compensation policy to pay everyone a base salary plus an hourly ‘bonus’ for every hour worked above a 40-hour work week. As creative professionals, and according to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), our designer and architect positions are classified as salary exempt, which does not require overtime pay. We all know the work we do on occasion requires extra effort, and our team is now compensated fairly for their dedication to our craft, our clients, and our community.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits, options for part-time positions, a flexible work environment, and the opportunity to make a difference. Please send a portfolio, resume and two work references to [email protected].