Being a creative professional within the architectural field is not just about being able to pull together an aesthetic theme or color combinations. Professionalism, organization, administrative experience and the ability to deliver competitive projects are important aspects of the field, too. This Designer resume template indicates candidate capabilities within all of those areas, to help land that dream job.
Resume Template for Designer
Experienced Designer with vast portfolio of institutional experience. Committed to end-user oriented design with attention to details for exceptional usability. Efficient CAD, SketchUp and 3-D modeling delivery for consistent progression within heavy project loads.
Designer, August 2009 – Present Stryker, Smith & Jefferson, LLP – New Cityland, CA
Design healthcare facility interiors, specializing in pediatric and family practice clinical settings, children’s hospitals and pediatric wards.
Meet with clients to discuss space objectives, minimum requirements, facility use and other aspects of design planning.
Draft design plans, mock-ups and other imagery for conveyance to the client.
Complete approximately 5 major projects per year with the architectural team, of an average $250 million in build-design value.
Junior Designer, April 2005 – August 2009 Reed Schmidt Designs – New Cityland, CA
Served as a design assistant on 12 hotel and motel build-design projects with a total of 3100 guest rooms for commercial developers.
Provided medical facility project assistance in collaboration with lead designer.
Completed CAD renderings, 3-D models, sketches, color boards and other project presentations for client meetings.
Prepared client communications, emails, budgets, price breakdowns and other documentation for each project.
2005 Bachelor’s of Arts, Interior Design University of California – New Cityland, CA