A great track record, lots of experience, and a thorough process are required to get the job done, but really it’s finding the right personalities to fit our CRI culture that makes the difference. We’ve built a solid team made up of the best people in the industry. How do we know they’re the best? Simple. They go beyond talent and work ethic on a daily basis: they also make having fun a part of their own job requirement.
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The Account Executive generates leads, qualifies potential customers and is responsible for selling furniture and dealer services. This position is responsible for sales volume, margin percent and new business objectives on a monthly, quarterly and yearly basis.
The Project Manager provides overall project management for on-going corporate accounts (as required) as well as short- and long-term projects from inception to final close out. The role oversees, manages and coordinates all aspects of a project, from product specification, design consultation, budget management, and installation logistics and close-out. The role is responsible for managing the internal project team, coordinating and oversee all tasks and critical dates, customer and third-party relations, budget and deadline requirements and ultimately customer satisfaction. The Project Manager reports to the Managing Principal.
The Associate Project Manager will be responsible for the support of the Project Management (PM) department including deliverables, customer/vendor contact and servicing, and managing small projects. The Associate Project Manager is an entry-level project manager and will have the opportunity to learn and build project management skills and capabilities within the Operations department.
As a CRI Designer, you will provide optimal workplace solutions to help clients realize their business goals, alongside a team of sales and project management professionals. You will utilize your skills to navigate clients through ideations, and design reviews; use your design thinking skills to solve problems and use your technical skills to validate and specify product solutions. The Designer reports to the Director of Creative Services.
Based in San Francisco, CRI is a top tier commercial furnishings consultancy focused on excellence in workplace strategy and design. The Ancillary Department is a creative branch of CRI that functions as a consultant for architects, designers, clients, and internal CRI team members. The Ancillary Curator will provide client curation services, which includes but is not limited to creative product recommendations that meet project parameters, develop, manage, and track product specifications, and generate high quality design deliverables.
An Estimator at CRI, who is consistent with error free work, based on company standards, would find that they are reaching key measures of job performance. They would join an Estimating team, that excels strengthening business operations through helpful, supportive communication with management and peers. They work collaboratively to build upon a structured job environment that is designed to develop a valued technical expert, who can deliver quality work on a consistent basis. The Estimator reports to the Business Operations Manager.
The Project Coordinator is responsible for the entire sales order fulfillment process, including management of customer orders from order entry through punch list resolution, providing support to sales staff and project managers, accurate and timely service to customers. Coordinates order entry, order management, manufacturers interface and close out of orders. The Project Coordinator reports to the Business Operations Manager.