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Interior Designer CV Template + Tips and Download

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Bailey Green

53 Holgate Rd
Roswell
SG7 5QD
Mob: 079 4605 1445
Email: BaileyGreen@live.co.uk

Personal Profile Statement / Career Objective

I am a creative and competent (Graduate) Interior Designer with a three-year track record for delivering exceptional visual designs and client-tailored services. I have a strong talent for identifying customer needs and delivering fascinating interior decoration services to the client satisfaction and requirements.

Achievements

  • First Class Degree (Hons) in Interior Design from Kingston University
  • I was able to manage part-time work and full-time studies

Education

2009 – 2012BA (Hons) Interior DesignKingston UniversityClassification: [1:1]

Relevant Modules:

  • Design Foundations and Theory (83%)
  • User Requirements Identification (73%)
  • Materials and Construction (69%)
  • Design Process (75%)
  • Professional Practice in the Workplace (67%)
  • Critical Issues in Interior Design: Research and Practice (73%)>
2007 – 2009
Results: (Distinction, Distinction, Merit)
BTEC National Diploma in 3D Interior Design SST College

Relevant Modules:

  • Interior Design Essentials (D)
  • Materials, techniques and processes in art and design (D)
  • Ideas and concepts in the design process (M)
  • Communication through art and design (D)

Employment and Work Experience

Mar 2013 – PresentInterior Designer       Decoration Specialists Ltd.

Main duties performed:

  • Managed and supervised other members of the modelling team
  • Designing kitchens/ bathrooms/ bedrooms
  • Accurately interpreting and representing clients’ ideas by producing freehand sketches, images, worked up designs and samples
  • Creating proposals based upon sketches, drawings packages and samples
  • Developing 2D/3D CAD product files for the modelling team
  • Planning the space and layout of projects
  • Achieving sales and KPI targets in line with targets and goals
  • Providing after case for customers
Nov 2012 – Feb 2013Furniture Designer         (Freelancer)

Main duties performed:

  • Getting customer specification and writing it on paper (ideas, storyboards, etc.)
  • Delivering design projects under strict deadlines and within the client’s budget
  • Providing customers with detailed furniture specifications and layout schemes
  • Creating stunning drawings by hand with Google sketch up
  • Successfully completed interior design projects for houses and hotels.
Jun 2012 – Nov 2012Interior Design Assistant – Internship       Avid

Main duties performed:

  • Creating 2D and 3D visuals and animations based on customer specs.
  • Assisting with the planning and design for submission, proposals, etc.
  • General Admin Duties (answering and making calls, filing, copying, etc.)
  • Supporting the rendering team with documentation and paperwork.
Sept 2011 – Jun 2012Trainee Kitchen Designer       1&1 Kitchens

Main duties performed:

  • Initiate contact with clients and explain what the company can offer them
  • Showing kitchen styles, appliances, and the best storage solutions to customers.
  • Site visits to customer’s homes to offer advice and guidance
  • Helping customers to visualise their “dream kitchen” and get it on paper
  • Dealing with calls from customers, head office, fitters and suppliers.

Professional Training and Qualifications

  • Level 5 Certificate in Interior Design – KLC
  • Level 2 Introduction to Technical Drawing – KLC

Skills

  • Excellent communication, negotiation and presentation skills
  • Expert 3D modelling, animation and visualisation skills
  • The ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and efficiently
  • Creating realistic interior design sketches by hand
  • Experienced in a variety of drawing, modelling and editing software: AutoCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, Vectorworks, Dialux, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator.
  • Providing exceptional customer service at all times, in all circumstances and to all stakeholders

Hobbies and interests

My greatest hobby is designing which is why I spend at least an hour every day practising and enhancing my skills on my personal computer. I am also a great fan of football, and I enjoy being in the company of my family and associates.

References

Mr Noah Cunningham
Senior Design Manager, Decoration Specialists Ltd.
Address: 16 Uxbridge Road, Tennessee, TS13 6UJ
Tel: 0223 5808 2697
Email: noah.cunningham@live.com
Mr Louis Lloyd
Interior Designer, Avid.
Address: 99 Henley Road, Basely, HP1 4RW
Tel: 0080 8622 0220
Email: Lloyd-L@gmail.com

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Top CV Tips and Guidelines

  • Fill your CV up with the appropriate terminologies used by the professionals in the field. Read through the “Interior Design” article to get some ideas.
  • Ensure that you list all the design skills that you have under the “Skills” section and you could also emphasise your passion for designing under the “Hobbies and Interests” section by stating that you spent your free time doing design work or related projects. This makes you come across as a dedicated individual passionate about your profession.
  • CV with No Experience? It is an essential requirement that you have some sort of design-related work experience to this job to a satisfactory standard. The first thing you need to consider is whether you can find a place where you can do some voluntary work experience. This will give you vital experience, improve your skills and potentially gain you a good reference. The second thing that you could consider is working on small-sized freelance projects and built your career up from there. Any experience in the field, no matter how small, will make you a stronger candidate for the job.
  • The ideal candidate for this job will be working in different settings on a variety of different projects. Mention on your CV all the environments you have worked in as an Interior Designer such as private homes, business offices, restaurants or shops.

Good Luck!