The primary focus of the position is to assist with all aspects of interior design for the fleet, with regard to area refurbishments, new building projects, and physical/functional improvements. The position requirements include the following duties and responsibilities.
(In order of importance, indicate up to 10 essential functions of the position and the percentage of time dedicated to each one.)
Importance Major Action and Support Actions % of Time
(must equal 100%)
1. Develop numerous large-scale design projects simultaneously. Propose design solutions according to business sponsor’s desired objectives, goals, and budget 5
2. Produce renderings, drawings, floor plans, elevations, details sections, ceiling plans, 3D models, presentation boards, and area specifications for various design initiatives. 8
3. Propose material options and FF&E solutions to various internal customers; strong product and vendor knowledge required. Approve contractor specified substitute materials and shop drawings to ensure design integrity is maintained. 12
4. Work alongside other architects/interior designers to foster creativity, assist with project workload, and enhance design quality. 15
5. Respond to repair and maintenance requests in a timely manner. Create specifications for all furniture, fabrics, wall treatments, lighting, and interior finishes for the different spaces onboard the ships. Make recommendations to improve the maintainability of the interior design elements on the ships. Conduct product research and propose design standards to increase life-cycle cost effectiveness. 20
6. Create project specifications using defined formatting guidelines, including: defined scope of work, material identification information, and related drawings 10
7. Review recently completed projects. Compare finished results to design specifications and renderings. Work with the Director of Quality to create a work list for items needing rework. 5
8. Prepare and deliver impactful design presentations to the Executive Team, when required. Maintain a composed and professional demeanor to build relationships with internal customers. 5
9. Assist Project Managers and Director with developing presentations, visuals, and supplemental materials for contractors or business sponsors. 12
10. Convene, when necessary, with outside consultants, such as: marine architects, interior design firms, and outfitting contractors to outline and communicate the company’s interior design needs and requirements with regard to aesthetics, functionality, and durability. 8
QUALIFICATIONS (including competencies, skills, knowledge, certifications)
Criteria Aspect Description
Profile / Qualifications Preferred education ? High School Diploma or GED
? Associates Degree
? Bachelor’s Degree ? Master’s Degree
? J.D. Degree
Discipline/Major Interior Design or Architecture
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Years and area of Professional experience (required for the role) 5-7+ years of commercial or marine design experience required
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Experience designing large, public spaces, preferably for marine environments.
Critical Professional related Technical Skills; Computer Skills Exceptional AutoCAD, Photoshop, and 3D rendering skills required. Good 3D hand sketching skills needed.
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DECISION-MAKING: What type of decisions does this job regularly make?
Select one by clicking the most appropriate box.
? Strategic Decisions affect the long-term direction and policy of the entire company. These decisions affect the short-term and long-term performance. Strategic decisions are high-risk because their outcomes are largely unknown and have a huge impact. These types of decisions are usually made at the top level of a company. Examples are: New services, acquisitions. (VPs+)
? Tactical Decisions focus on intermediate-term issues. The purpose of decisions made at this level are to help move closer to reaching strategic goals. Outcomes are predictable. After a decision is made by Top Executive Leadership, the next phase is to take the needed steps to implement it. Examples are: The amount of money required to implement, which advertising agency to promote a new service or to provide an incentive plan to employees to encourage increased revenue. (Typically Directors+)
? Operational Decisions focus on day-to-day activities within the company. Decisions made at this level help to ensure that daily activities proceed smoothly and therefore help to move the company toward reaching a strategic goal. They have short term consequences. Examples are: Handling employee conflicts, purchasing materials needed for operations. (Typically Professional, Individual Contributors, up to Managers)
? Standard These decisions are those that are repetitive decisions on a recurring basis and are commonly related to daily activities. They are relatively simple, relying on historical data and previous solutions. Examples are: reordering of standard office supplies, handling transactions. (Non-Exempt)