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One Plus Partnerships Limited

Award-winning interior design firm One Plus Partnership Limited, is now recruiting experienced and energetic candidates to join our team to cope with our rapid expansion in both mainland China and Hong Kong.

Interior Designer / Assistant Interior Designer

Job Ref.CT3112275-01#3681

  • Proficiency in AutoCAD, Photoshop, PowerPoint
  • Diploma / High Certificate Holder in Interior Design
  • Able to handle full set working drawings individually is requested for the post of Interior Designer
  • Min. 2 years’ experience in interior design field for the post of Interior Designer
  • Min. 1 year experience in interior design field for the post of Assistant Interior Designer
  • Good command of English, Cantonese and Mandarin
  • Familiar with Chinese word processing
  • Responsible, Creative, independent, self-motivated and able to work under pressure
  • Travel to PRC is required
  • Able to work under tight schedule
  • Immediate available

We offer 5 day works, attractive salary, and fringe benefit. Please send full resume (doc / PDF format) with current & expected salary by clicking 'Apply Now" or fax to 2591-9362.

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