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    VA BHHCS is where we live and work in rural small town settings, only minutes from Rapid City's shopping, dining, cultural, and entertainment venues. We offer rich history, including Mammoths and Prehistoric Civilizations, the 7th Cavalry, Deadwood, and Mount Rushmore.

    VA BHHCS is a multi-campus health care system, with approximately 1300 employees, providing primary care, acute medicine, surgery, behavioral health, nursing home and domiciliary care from medical centers located at Fort Meade and Hot Springs, South Dakota as well as a staffed Community Based Outreach Clinic in Rapid City and numerous contracted and staffed clinics in Western South Dakota, Northern Nebraska and Eastern Wyoming. The VA BHHCS is part of VA Midwest Healthcare System (VISN 23), which included facilities in Minnesota, North Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota.

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    Responsibilities

    Participates in pre-design meetings, obtains pertinent design criteria and initiates actions to obtain applicable information and criteria. Verifies criteria is in sufficient detail and accuracy to meet functional capability required by the user. Prepares Government cost estimates and schedules for development of interior design studies and documents. In the preparation of this material, researches and maintains current design resource library to include up-to-date samples of interior building finishes and materials, furniture, equipment, and product literature as well as contacts with manufacturing representatives to gather information and keep abreast of current products and innovations in the field of interior materials and furnishings.Develops interior design packages for assigned projects, incorporating the most recent technology as it relates to design, equipment systems and construction techniques. Designs are analyzed from the standpoint of user functionality, considering appropriate codes, regulations, energy usage, space utilization, operation and maintenance, aesthetics, and economics. Interviews users to determine their functional operations as they relate to interior design and equipment (furniture) needs and requirements; reflects this information in subsequent design efforts. Prepares interior design drawings and documents in compliance with governing criteria and project requirements. Drawings may include floor plans, system furniture related plans, interior elevations, sections, details, perspectives and finish schedules for small projects.

    Work Schedule: 40 hours a week Monday-Friday 7:30 am - 4:15 pm
    Position Description/PD#:Interior Designer/20271-0
    Relocation/Recruitment Incentives: Not Authorized
    Financial Disclosure Report: Not required

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel on occasion for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

  • Job family (Series)

    1008 Interior Design

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