The DADR will provide direct contact with architects and designers involved in the construction and/or renovation of school facilities in the US and Canada. This position will provide Artcobell with input and perspective on the needs and requirements of the A&D community.
Provide the primary point of contact between Artcobell and the A&D community.
Develop information and training tools for use in educating the A&D community about Artcobell capabilities.
Identify and design outreach strategies to elevate the Artcobell brand in the A&D community.
Conduct information sessions such as “lunch and learns” and CEU courses with appropriate A&D personnel both virtually and in-person.
Assist Artcobell leadership in developing successful strategies to increase Artcobell presence and market penetration within the A&D community.
Have a working knowledge of Artcobell design tools such as CET, Project Matrix and Revit and ensure such tools are current and useful.
Skills, and Abilities:
Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design, Architecture, or related discipline.
5+ years' relevant experience with an architect firm directly involved in school construction/renovation.
Knowledge of the use and application of furniture in learning environments.
Proficient in the use of design programs such as CET and Revit.
Strong presentation skills capable of effective communication with A&D personnel, dealer sales representatives, school personnel and the Artcobell Sales team.
Strategic thinker with the ability to develop both short- and long-term effective tactics.
Internal Number: 2021-129
About Artcobell Corporation
At Artcobell, our only focus is school furniture. Artcobell furniture is made in the U.S.A. Our manufacturing facility in Temple, Texas uses “lean” manufacturing principals to produce and assemble every piece of furniture we offer. From metal bending to chrome-plating and powder-coating, to panel production, laminating, cutting and edge-banding, our American workforce builds high-quality, durable furniture that meets the teaching and learning needs of today’s educational environments.