Job Listing: Interior Designer | NAVFAC Midlant | Norfolk, VA
*Contracted company’s information is listed below, however this position is for Norfolk, VA as part of the AE/ID team at NAVFAC.
BB&E is a civil, environmental and energy engineering and consulting company, headquartered in Northville, Michigan, which services both the Federal and Industrial sectors throughout the United States. BB&E team members specialize in civil and environmental engineers and professionals providing Environmental consulting, Facilities Engineering and Program/Project Management Services to Federal and private sectors. BB&E is an equal opportunity employer (EOE). Please submit your resume/qualifications and salary requirements. All offers of employment at BB&E, Inc. are contingent upon a thorough background check conducted on all final candidates, as deemed necessary and per State and Federal laws.
- Provide independent, timely and professional specialized interior design support, services and consultation for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of facilities for the Navy, Marine Corps, and other Supported Commands, including minor works projects, specific projects, special projects, military construction (MILCON), demolition, maintenance, space utilization and facilities development.
- Participate in conferences with project stakeholders and collaborates with engineering and architectural disciplines to ensure system coordination and integration with specific project requirements.
- The position provides a broad range of interior design services to all activities and tenants. This includes many customer activities with varied missions, dispersed over a sizable geographical region with numerous facility types, ranging from administrative and housing facilities to very complex industrial and operational facilities and equipment.
- This position will involve innovative interior designs of new facilities as well as the maintenance and repair of existing facilities.
- Such services are complicated and intensified by the following factors: aging and obsolete facilities; customer activity mission changes; and variable funding sources among the customer activities.
- National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) certification is highly desirable.
- A minimum of 5 years of professional interior design code compliant facilities design experience for new construction, including renovation design experience, is required.
- Completion of a course of studies with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree for interior design, supplemented by significant work experience and/or research in commercial interior design, is required.
- Knowledge, as demonstrated by recent relevant experience, to prepare interior designs that meet functional and aesthetic requirements, and produce final working drawings for facilities, such as multi-story office buildings, operational facilities, personnel support facilities, industrial type shops, housing, and other facilities normally found on military installations.
- Knowledge of interior design concepts, principles, and practices applicable to the full range of duties concerned with the design, layout, and construction of facilities.
- Requires ability to supplement standard practices and adapt techniques to solve a wide variety of technical issues.
- Requires the ability to apply innovative theories and state of the art methods to technical principles, practices, and problems not resolvable through conventional methods.
- The possession of an Interior Design License or NCIDQ certification is considered demonstration of this ability.
- Knowledge and skill to use computer software, including word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, electronic mail, Internet, and database type software as well as SpecsIntact word processing software, and cost estimating software.
- Knowledge and proficiency in the use of computer aided design and drafting software and hardware used in the preparation and presentation of concept designs and the preparation of final working drawings.
- Knowledge of related engineering disciplines (i.e., architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, civil, and fire protection) to assure that areas of overlapping responsibilities receive proper design consideration and that total project objectives are met.
- Ability to produce results of analysis in writing and the ability to consolidate the findings of others and evaluate recommendations and facts. Ability to make oral presentations of proposed designs and results of studies.
- Knowledge of budgeting, planning, and project management techniques, including the ability to coordinate the work of others and motivate and lead individuals of a variety of backgrounds.
- Knowledge of and full compliance with Safety Policy and Guidance and use of personal protective equipment.