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Design Associate

Design Associate Description:

Our Design Associate must have expertise in designing: finished basements, kitchens, and bathroom remodeling projects. This will include creating 3D renderings of kitchens/bars for our finished basements and developing 3D renderings for our kitchen and bathroom clients. Our Design Associate must understand how the sales to production process works. 

Design Associate Experience:

  • 3-5 Years in 3D rendering programs (2020, or Similar)
  • 5+ Years in Buildertrend or similar project management program.
  • Selections and Selection Process
  • Certifications and or Degree in architectural design, interior design, or similar
    • Bachelor’s in Interior Design 
    • Bachelor’s in Architecture 
    • NKBA Certified
  • 2-5+ Years of Sales and Estimating in Remodeling Industry (need to understand vendor and contractor pricing).

Design Associate Daily Tasks:

  • Develop 3D renderings for clients in design agreement stage or up
    • Kitchens 
    • Bathrooms 
    • Living Rooms 
    • Finished Basement Bars/Kitchen 
    • Full 3D Modeling of Basements or First Floor Homes
    • 2D Dimensional Drawings
  • Framing, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC Layouts 
    • Ready for Production
  • Sales to Design meeting with Sales to review recently sold jobs
    • Recently sold jobs are 3-5 weeks out
  • Design to production meeting with Project Manager to review sold jobs ready to start (1-1.5 out)
  • Selection Sheet and Selection Process Development

Full Wages & Compensation:

  • $16-$18.00/Hourly Start: other compensations discussed at interview
    • This is the starting hourly rate. We will discuss further opportunities at the interview.

Application Instructions

Please submit your resume and application by filling out the form below or mailing to:

Majestic Home Solutions LLC
977 East 14 Mile
Troy, MI. 48083

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