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Morris Adjmi Architects (“MA”) is a multidisciplinary design practice dedicated to interpreting the historic forces that shape cities to create buildings that stand out by fitting in. MA is recognized for its creative use of new materials and technologies, sophisticated, sustainable designs, and thoughtful engagement with the arts. Each design decision is guided by a deep appreciation for and understanding of the integral architectural, cultural, civic, environmental, and economic forces that shape a project.

A {Licensed} Interior Designer II/Interior Architect II (IDII/IAII) generates all architectural concepts for interiors, including full responsibility for interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating interior design assignments. The IDII plans and designs interior aspects for large to multiple projects by developing appropriate concepts and approaches and providing subject matter expertise on specific components of interior design. The IDII/IAII is familiar with what is required to be completed in all phases of a project, including construction documents, and can produce a set of drawings with limited oversight. This role is introduced to construction administration and the various responsibilities during the phase.

Key Expectations

  • Uphold the MA Core Values in all aspects of work
  • Have the ability and willingness to be flexible, working both independently and collaboratively with the project team, consultants, and contractors
  • Be capable of learning and adapting to new software as required
  • Be a motivated, self-starter open to opportunities to learn and ask for advice; self-evaluate one’s skills, efficiency and where improvement is needed
  • Effectively communicate with team members and organize workload; meet established deadlines
  • Complete tasks with accuracy, precision, and attention to detail
  • Be a clear written and verbal communicator with strong presentation skills

Core Responsibilities

Project Design & Planning

  • Understand the MA “Project Road Map” as well as the project schedule and pertinent deadlines
  • Participate in project design and development from concept through documentation
  • Assist in the preparation of client design presentations (selecting conceptual images, generating 3D views, rendered elevations, material, and FF&E selections). Able to put together client presentation templates based on the meeting agenda
  • Understand project scope and required deliverables
  • Develop FF&E package and material selections
  • Correspond with vendors regarding finishes, FF&E specifications, and pricing
  • Implement design direction based on leadership feedback

Project Administration

  • Team Meetings
    1. Help to identify agenda items for coordination and client meetings; attend when appropriate
    2. Draft meeting minutes for PA/PM review
  • Internal Management
    1. Provide guidance to less experienced colleagues as needed
    2. Assist in the development of the Interiors work plan; monitor adherence to budget and schedule
  • Consultant Management
    1. Coordinate activities with all consultants as appropriate
    2. Manage BIM coordination for consultants
  • Contractor Management
    1. Be the secondary point of contact for RFIs, submittals, and correspondence

Project Documentation

  • Assist in the production of design development and construction documents with moderate oversight on larger projects minimal oversight on smaller projects
  • Able to solely develop schedules for interior finishes, appliances, plumbing fixtures, and door hardware
  • Support review and coordination of consultant sets
  • Assist in the preparation of specifications
  • Consistently redline and review work for accuracy

Quality Control

  • Comply with MA Presentation Standards and Project Checklists
  • Working knowledge of building codes and ADA requirements and know where they are required
  • Have a familiarity with BIM execution plan
  • Archive project emails and maintain standard server file organization
  • Self-check own work

Construction Administration

  • Attend site meetings as observer as directed
  • Prepare surveys of existing conditions
  • Aid with the review of shop drawings and approvals
  • Maintain proper Field Reports, RFI Logs, and Submittal Logs
  • Assist with review of RFIs and Submittals
  • Assist PM/PA in the preparation of a Punch List

Firm Culture & Benefits

MA has a distinctive culture founded upon our collective passion for community building, both in and out of the office. We are committed to maintaining a culture and sense of community by creating an enriching work environment built on collaboration, open communication, shared values, and common goals, complemented by engaging programming. This includes staff lunches, firm-wide “On-the-Boards” presentations, offsite events such as the “Beautiful Spaces” series, and in-house art exhibitions. MA offers a competitive and holistic compensation package that aligns with our core values of personal health and wellness, pay equity, and professional development, including but not limited to paid time off, paid health insurance, 401(k), and a number of ancillary benefits, as well as financial incentives for licensure, professional certifications, and industry organization participation. MA is committed to providing equal employment opportunities and achieving an equal balance of pay within our industry based on merit and in accordance with the annual benchmarks set by the AIA, regardless of gender identity, gender expression, race, color, age, religion, sexual orientation, or any legally protected status.

Portfolios must be submitted for all design positions. Applications without work samples will not be reviewed. Portfolios should be one PDF attachment, 10–20 pages, maximum 5 MB. Submit portfolios as part of your application in the section where the application asks you for your resume or CV.




Professional degree in Architecture, Interior Architecture or Interior Design

IAII: Architecture License Required

Other accreditations preferred but not required (NCIDQ, AIA, LEED)


6+ years of related experience


Proficient in 3D modeling using software such as Revit, Rhino, AutoCAD, and SketchUp; Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign); Enscape, Procore, MS Office, and Bluebeam

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Job Information

  • Job ID: 70867248
  • Workplace Type: On-Site
  • Location:
    New York, New York, United States
  • Position Title: Interior Designer II/Interior Architect II
  • Job Function: Architecture
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Salary: $62,000.00 - $90,000.00 (Yearly Salary)
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