Designer III, Interior Architecture, New York Office
New York, NY Interior Architecture
Job Type

Streetsense is seeking a Designer III, Interior Architecture, to join our New York office. You will work within a design team in a supportive manner in multiple aspects of the Interior Architecture process including but not limited to the design & documentation of all phases, the preparation of materials, and construction administration activities within established budgets, schedules, and programmatic requirements.

This role is in our New York City office - it is NOT a remote position. We welcome local candidates and/or those moving to the NYC area! 

We kindly ask all candidates to submit their portfolio via upload or link to be considered. 


  • Part of ensuring overall project delivery process
  • Select finishes, fixtures, and furniture for projects
  • Collaborate with a team in developing design solutions that meet the client’s needs on time and budget
  • Takes a leading role in design and documentation from Concept through the Construction Administration phase
  • Create graphic formatting and story boards for client presentations
  • Actively supports compliance with BIM/CAD project standards and procedures
  • Participate in presentations that communicate design concepts to the client
  • Coordinate specifications with drawings to meet project requirements
  • Facilitate consultant and vendor coordination
  • Bachelor/master’s degree in Interior Design or Architecture from a CIDA or NAAB- accredited program
  • 5-7 years of post-graduate professional experience, preferably within the Hospitality Industry
  • Proficiency in Revit or relevant BIM software strongly preferred
  • Advanced graphic and presentation skills in Adobe Creative Suite and SketchUp
  • Advanced experience in construction documentation production, project design specifications, and shop drawing review
  • Advanced experience with construction materials and Specifications
  • Advanced experience with FF&E providers and FF&E specifications/writing (for FF&E focused designers)
  • Hand drafting/sketching skills
  • Understanding and application of design principles, theories, color, and materials
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Interest in completing the ARE or NCIDQ examinations
  • Self-directed, motivated, collaborative, and professional
  • Ability to contribute and participate in a highly collaborative team environment