Who we are
Selina’s mission is to build a global movement where people live, travel, work and explore unique local experiences while forging meaningful connections.
Built with the digital nomad in mind, Selina is disrupting the hospitality industry with a design, tech and socially-centric approach to boutique hotel and co-
working developments that enable travelers to seamlessly live and work abroad.
What the role is Responsibilities Creates the Look and Feel, a mood board with the design concept proposal, based on the Concept Book provided by the Experience Team and ensuring a Selina brand style;
Creates the Design Inventory, alongside the Workshop manager, a list of existing furniture to be transformed by the Creative team in Selina;
Communicates daily with the Workshop manager to ensure a wow effect’ in the property, aligned with the design proposal and the Concept Book, and upcycling all existing inventory;
Coordinates with the assigned architect to effectively and systematically work with the most updated plans and complete design specifications;
Creates the Furniture, Fixture and Lighting (FF&E) list, which will also serve as part of the Handover Book; Coordinates with the purchaser assigned to the project in order to establish a timely purchase of the FF&E list;
Creates and presents the Design Package, a presentation that will follow a template and will include the L&F, architectural plans, room index, the design and artistic proposal, with detailed and executive specifications;
Works under the schedule and budget of each project; for the duration of the construction phase until handover of the property;
oversees that all the art is completed according to the DP, and that furniture layout is achieved as proposed; Prepares the Interior Design Handover presented to the General Manager of the operating location, at the end of the construction phase;
a book consisting of the FF&E list, with contact information from the actual providers, the specs of each purchased item (code, dimension, color, etc.
information about all art pieces + the Workshop maintenance book + pictures of the distribution of furniture per area;
prepared in conjunction with Art Lead and Workshop Manager; Prepares weekly reports with pictures and video of the construction phase.
Ready to travel and relocate as needed. Requirements
Advanced English; plus local language
BS degree in Interior Design or similar; Proven working experience (at least 2 years) in developing interior design projects, from A to Z;
from space planning to decoration and hand over; Expertise in layout, colour, lighting, materials selection, custom furniture and all installations;
Proficient in AutoCAD, SketchUp, 3D Max, Illustrator or other design programs Excellent portfolio of previous works; Creative talent, imagination, can think outside the box, and eye for art and design;
Excellent communication and presentation skills; Project management skills (desirable); Ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines, still maintaining an organized and structured presentation;
Available to travel on short notice and live onsite, share an apartment.