Part Time Lighting Designer, Gladesville, Beacon Lighting

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277827222
Part Time Lighting Designer, Gladesville, Beacon Lighting
Australia, New South Wales, Gladesville,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Part time lighting designer

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Permanent part-time role available at our Gladesville storeUse your creative flair in this unique design roleLots of perks, including bonus incentives and a fun team cultureAbout Beacon Design StudioIt's an exciting time to be working at Beacon Lighting, as we enter into new markets and grow the business year on year. The Beacon Design Studio is a new concept designed to provide our clients with expert advice on all their lighting design needs. As a one-stop-shop for renovators, new home buyers, builders, architects and interior designers, our Design Studio will be at the forefront of the latest trends in lighting design. Working with our clients our Lighting Designers will offer an unprecedented service, that is, the Beacon Design Studio.The RoleBased at our Gladesville store, this part-time role will involve working 50 hours over a fortnight. Key responsibilities of the role include:Understanding and applying your interior design knowledge to create unique lighting design solutions for your clientsKeeping up to date with the latest technology and trends in designReading and interpreting house and electrical plans to create inspirational lighting designs and conducting lighting energy auditsBuilding the design business by proactively seeking project opportunities in the retail and trade marketsRecommending products and placement solutions to enhance your client's environmentPitching in and supporting your team to ensure business goals are metAbout YouTo be successful in this role, you will possess the following qualities:Previous experience in sourcing new business and generating leadsStrong communication skills with the ability to genuinely connect with your customersAn energetic and enthusiastic approach to all aspects of your jobThe ability to multi-task and prioritise your work effectivelyA strong attention to detailHighly regarded - previous experience in design/related fieldBenefitsTo reward you for your efforts, we offer a competitive rate of pay (including higher rates on weekends and public holidays), bonus incentives, paid birthday leave, generous staff discounts and on-site parking. Not your average retailer, our rosters will offer you a great work-life balance with every second weekend off.To set you up for success, we will invest in providing you with extensive training, including formal classroom sessions, on-the-job training and online learning modules. We will invite you to attend seasonal catalogue launches to give you a sneak peek of upcoming trends and products, and we offer genuine opportunities for career development and progression.We love to reward our designers for their fantastic designs, and our annual award for "Lighting Design of the Year" is an opportunity for you to submit your best work. The winner will be invited to attend our national conference and our annual awards night where they will be acknowledged for their amazing work.How to applyClick on 'Apply Now' and follow the process to complete your application. Note, shortlisted applicants may be required to present a portfolio or samples of their previous design work.

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