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Current Openings in our Senior Living Studio

December 1, 2022 Article Job Listing

If you are interested in working with us, please send your resume to Mike Stanczak at mstanczak@meyerdesigninc.com.

Interior Project Manager

Looking for an engaging, pro-active, and organized Project Manager to lead one of Meyer’s expanding senior living interior design teams. The qualified candidate will have 8-10 years of experience in senior living, multi-family, and/or hospitality design, in addition to delegation, presentation, team mentoring, and client interaction skills. Project management abilities need to be balanced with thorough understanding, knowledge, and experience in Revit construction documentation and interior detailing. Refined communication and listening skills are a requirement. FF&E experience is necessary. NCIDQ, LEED, and/or WELL accreditations are a plus.

Senior Interior Designer

Excited to find an innovative, creative, self-motivated, and organized designer to join one of our senior living interior design teams. Candidate to have 6-8 years experience in senior living design and documentation or related high-end hospitality or multifamily design. Revit documentation experience a plus. The designer will work as part of a team to address, guide, and mentor all phases of design from initial conceptual design ideas, design development detailing, selection of materials and furniture to construction administration and completion of the project. Furniture selection and procurement experience is necessary.

Quality Control / Quality Assurance Specialist

This new position at Meyer is charged with oversight of quality assurance and quality control for Meyer’s architectural and interior projects. The primary goal of this highly focused position is to ensure products and deliverables created by Meyer maintains an appropriate standard of care for a professional design firm. Particular attention and guidance will be given to code, departmental regulations, and agency compliance.

Overall, Meyer expects that all employees will:

  • Meet the client’s objectives,
  • Provide documentation as required for the contractual scope,
  • Keep the project on schedule,
  • Stay within the scope of the contract (both design and fee),
  • Add to Meyer’s culture and studio environment,
  • Continue your growth and development as a design professional.

The following is a guideline of minimum responsibilities and tasks and is not all inclusive nor is it intended to limit one’s possibilities for performing duties over and above what is listed below. Occasionally individuals with this title may perform responsibilities and tasks that are also found under other title descriptions.

Quality Control / Quality Assurance Specialist Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate the company’s deliverables and processes as related to client requirements and expectations.
  • Assist in the creation and execution of performance improvement and quality assurance programs throughout the organization.
  • Conduct project related code reviews throughout the entire design process.
  • Maintain quality control and participate in staff development training efforts.
  • Reinforce Meyer BIM and graphic standards through design staff interactions.
  • Provide code, specification and drawing support for both interior and architecture design projects.
  • Make recommendations on workflow and production processes to increase productivity.
  • Coordinate with the BIM/Design Technology Manager and Standards Committee to review, update and expand design and documentation processes.
  • Report to the Operations Manager on the current state of QA/QC and recommendations for improvement.
  • Investigate and recommend industry events to improve design/industry knowledge and processes.
  • Interface with design staff, project managers, clients, and firm management.
  • Attend weekly project managers meetings and staff scheduling meetings.
  • Guide design staff to research and understand agency reviews required for a project.


  • Expertise of building and accessibility codes.
  • Good interpersonal skills to facilitate design staff mentorship.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of both architectural and interior documentation and detailing.
  • Thorough knowledge of the full range of building materials and products.

BIM Manager and Design Technology Manager

The following information is intended to be a guideline of the minimum responsibilities and tasks that a person with this title should be able to perform, efficiently and effectively, on a regular basis. The list is not all inclusive nor is it intended to limit one’s possibilities for performing duties over and above what is listed below.  From time to time due to project workload, project scope, and general business conditions, individuals with this title may be performing responsibilities and tasks that are also found under other title descriptions.

Overall, Meyer expects that all employees will work to: meet our client’s objectives, address services as required for the contractual scope(s), assist in tasks that support the efficient and effective operation of the firm, add to Meyer’s culture and studio environment and continue your growth and development as a design professional.

Duties / Responsibilities:

(BIM Manager)

  • Develop, organize and maintain REVIT (BIM) templates, standards and libraries
  • Lead internal technical group(s) of designers in continued refinement and on-going maintenance of REVIT standards
  • Directly engage with design teams that require very high-level technical documentation / complex model creation and design information management
  • Work with consultants to roll out new hardware and software updates, troubleshoot problems with user technology and train staff to address operational demands
  • In conjunction with VP of Finance / Information Technology, establish and maintain contracts with outside vendors for services and support

(Expanded Design Technology Manager to include BIM Manager responsibilities plus)

  • Research and identify emerging technologies and evaluate applicability to design services
  • Focus on improving the productivity and efficiency of documentation systems
  • Assist staff in performing technical design work properly and effectively to achieve project and organizational objectives
  • Support Practice Leads (via technology integration) in the growth and development of the design sectors to align with future business strategies and goals

Performance metrics to be evaluated yearly as part of review process:

  •  Creation, management and upkeep of all design technologies (50%)
  • Research / innovative testing of new and experimental technology (20%)
  • Knowledge support and transfer of technical information to the design staff (20%)
  • Contribution to Meyer culture, studio environment and external presence (10%)


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