£25,000 + Annual Bonus
about 1 year ago
As a Middleweight Interior Designer do you want to be noticed?
Want to feel less like a number and more like a big cog in your company?
It's not surprising if you do because if you were to work somewhere that did notice, recognise and reward you fairly then you'll probably get promoted quicker, get a better salary and a bigger annual bonus.
You can make this happen at a company that can also offer you stability, progression and a generous salary with a generous bonus (enough to pay for very good holiday or two).
They're a big name, one that will look good on your CV and can keep you interested by offering you the opportunity to design everything from Large Hotels to press boxes or dressing rooms at Sport Stadiums all over the world.
You won't be bored here. Neither will you have to do any technical work, it's all about you as a Designer, without the micromanagement from overbearing Directors.
The team is refreshing itself. They have a new and exciting young leader, who is building a world-class team. You can put anxiety that you're not being noticed or getting progression behind you. You'll be a key member of a small transformational team. The first new Designer with a capital D to join them. That means you're first in line for a promotion, for praise and the financial reward that follows.
They're also easy for you to get to in the centre of Manchester.
Don't wonder if this job was the one that could have got you where you want to be in life, make the first step by getting in touch or applying.