The average pay for a Kitchen & Bath Designer / Salesperson is £11.00 per hour.
The average pay for a Kitchen & Bath Designer / Salesperson is £22,247 per year.
|Salary||£17,617 - £39,765|
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|£18,087 - £45,672|
Job Description for Kitchen & Bath Designer / Salesperson
The role of a kitchen & bath designer/salesperson is to create design solutions for kitchens and/or bathrooms for clients. They should be able to conceptualize the way to transform the client’s vision, develop a plan, provide quotations for costs, and work on purchase orders.Read More...
This job requires the individual to meet with clients to take a tour and check out the rooms that will need remodeling. From there, they speak with the client and determine what he/she wants to have done and the overall scope of the project. Then, they return to the office to make a conceptual design and determine the timeline, budget, materials needed, and necessary staff for the project.
An undergraduate degree such as Interior Design or a related field is generally required for this position. Some employers may also require the individual to have a Master’s degree, but this is far less common. Some states may mandate that the designer serve an apprenticeship under someone with experience in the field and take a licensing exam.
A kitchen & bath designer/salesperson will generally have regular work hours. They may occasionally have to meet with a client at an inconvenient time, which may be outside of regular hours. Work is both in and out of the office, as the individual will have to go off-site to meet with clients and determine what is needed for a given project, but also stay in the office to determine projections and other vital information. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Discuss and identify clients' design style.
- Qualify client based on client's wants, needs, desires and investment dollars available.
- Discuss product details and expectations.
- Accurately check designs and orders.
- Create design solutions, plans, quotes and purchase orders.
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