The average salary for an Entry-Level Interior Designer with AutoCAD skills in Hong Kong is HK$220,914 per year.
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Job Description for Interior Designer
Most of the time, interior designers work for home or office builders. However, they may have their own businesses. Interior designers must be able to create a space that is aesthetic, functional, and safe. They work to enhance the quality of living or working environment. They must make sure that living or working spaces have appropriate colors, lighting, and decoration. They must follow their client’s instructions. They must be good listeners and must be able to attend to the specific needs of their clients. They are involved in all aspects of the design process.Read More...
Most employers require that candidates have a college degree in interior design from an accredited college or university. They must be able to understand architectural drawings. They must be able to use relevant software. They must have excellent graphic skills. They must have excellent presentation and interpersonal skills. They must have good oral and written communication skills. They must work well in a team environment. They must be organized and be able to meet project deadlines.
They must be knowledgeable in current industry standards related to materials and other elements. They must keep themselves up to date with new technology and materials that are available in the market place. They must read relevant professional journals. They may have to attend additional interior design classes and relevant workshops. They may be required to travel to visit prospective clients or to look for new ideas relevant to their profession. They may have to train new interior designers. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Interior Designer Tasks
- Plan, design, and furnish interiors of residential, commercial, or industrial buildings.
- Subcontract fabrication, installation, and arrangement of carpeting, fixtures, accessories, draperies, paint and wall coverings, art work, furniture, and related items.
- Estimate material requirements and costs, and present design to client for approval.
- Coordinate with other professionals, such as contractors, architects, engineers and plumbers.
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