Head of Interior Design Jobs in Dubai – UAE at Al-Futtaim
Title: Head of Interior Design
Location: Dubai – UAE
Head of Interior Design | AFGRE | Dubai, UAE
Location: Dubai, AE
Company: Al Futtaim Private Company LLC
Job Requisition ID: []
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Job Title Head of Interior Design
Reports to Director – Design & Development
Department AFGRE Mixed-Use Development & Design
The role will focus on effectively managing the design process and design consultants, and to oversee and make successful the entire design process from pre-concept design stage through final design and for construction documentation, including the selection of designers.
Pre-qualification and selection of design consultants
Assess the market
Define and assess specific requirements
Define qualification and evaluation criteria
Develop relevant interview process and questionnaires
Assess and compare presentations
Make recommendations for selection of designers
Defining design scope and other relevant contribution to the creation, running, close-out of good design agreements, contracts and control of design costs.
Define and assess DFC requirements
Convert requirements to unambiguous and specific design scope clauses, specific deliverables, etc.
Review and ensure completeness of design scope internally
Review and ensure that combinations of different design scopes do not overlap and do not create ‘design gaps’
Review designs received (on-going) against the design scope
Assess progress and performance and make recommendations for payments to designers
Take action to resolve any situations where designers are in default of their design scope
Vary design scope as and when required but with analysis and agreement and control of the consequences (cost and time)
Make final assessment when design scope is completed/fulfilled and secure all final deliverables before closing-off the agreement
Create appropriate correspondence/records of all transactions
Coordination of different DFC requirements (owner’s vision, development, design, construction) into the designs
Procure or make agreed definitions of all DFC requirements
Assess those requirements for mutual compatibility in respect of design
Iterate until reaching a set of requirements mutually compatible in respect of design
Redefine these requirements if and when they change
Put these requirements into design scopes
Review designs against (latest) DFC requirements
Coordination and interf…