Senior Interior Designer

  • Full Time
  • Seattle, WA
  • Posted 1 month ago

Weber Thompson

Weber Thompson, an award-winning architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture firm, has an opening in our interior design studio. We work on a wide variety of project types, from affordable housing, mid-rise and high-rise multi-family, commercial office as well as hospitality and retail. Our projects are complex, and you will work hard – but you will be alongside a great group of people who prioritize collaboration and humor in their day-to-day work. We work in a light filled, Living Building office in the middle of the highly energized Fremont neighborhood in Seattle.

Our office is a friendly and low-key, yet deadline-driven environment with minimal egos. We pride ourselves on our commitment to the environment, community, and our clients. Our office culture welcomes humor and nurtures career growth. We offer a robust package of benefits, and a flexible, hybrid working schedule.

Weber Thompson is committed to creating a diverse environment and are proud to be a JUST Certified Company.

Senior Interior Designer

We are looking for a self-starter with 8+ years of experience in residential multi-family, commercial or retail. You must work well in a collaborative environment, be creative and client service oriented, have extensive space planning experience, excellent team communication skills and be obsessed about details and quality control.

This is a project management as well as a design position, so strong organizational skills, the ability to develop a project delivery plan and manage a schedule, budget and clients are desired, along with a resilient attitude. A Bachelor’s in Interior Design or related degree from an accredited program is required, NCIDQ Certified, or FIDER accredited degree preferred, as is LEED AP Accreditation.

Qualities and skills desired:

  • Experience and expertise in Revit, Sketchup and Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • Excellent team and interdisciplinary communication, both written and verbal.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • The ability to manage both schedules and budgets.
  • Resilience, drive, and a positive attitude.
  • Desire to work on projects of varying sizes and complexities.
  • Experience with complex multi-phased housing and commercial projects.
  • Experience in project management: contracts, scope, schedule, fee, workplan development, staff and resource management.
  • Develop detailed design concepts by understanding the client’s vision and needs, along with budgetary requirements
  • Familiar with codes, accessibility, space planning, and programming
  • Produce construction documents including interior detailing with minimal supervision
  • Prepare specifications and manage FF&E materials/finishes budgets
  • Provide procurement coordination throughout the purchasing process and through final installation
  • Create, participate, and often lead client presentations
  • Quality Control and Coordination of Specifications with drawings for construction.
  • Ability to effectively partner with jurisdictional staff, project teams and clients.
  • Manage small to medium-sized projects that require minimal oversight from the Principal in Charge, and able to work on small projects independently or manage up to 3-person teams

If you meet the requirements listed above, please send your cover letter (important!) and resume to If you don’t meet these requirements, please do not reply, but check back for additional openings in the coming months.

Thank you!