Reference Code:  67402

Junior Manager of Store Design Planning and Construction North America

New York, NY, US


The story of Cartier is founded on audacity and passion. For more than 170 years we have embraced a bold, pioneering spirit that continues to inspire our teams across all Métiers from our boutiques to our workshops and corporate offices. Our 8,500+ colleagues of 90 nationalities are united by a shared independent spirit and commitment to excellence, striving to continuously enrich our Maison’s heritage by pushing the boundaries of creativity. 


At Cartier North America, we are proud to employ talent from many different backgrounds, experiences, and identities. We believe that when diversity and inclusion are fully embraced and empowered, creativity and knowledge emerge to deliver excellence. We continue to work towards creating a workforce that represents the diversity of our clients and our communities


The junior manager  of SDP & Construction North America is responsible for the build out of our boutiques in North America. The junior manager leads and coordinates with our internal design team consultants, contractors and business partners from the feasibility study phase, schematic and design development phases through the execution and tender phase to the final construction and turnover.




  • Manage entire project cycle from conception to close out to ensure timely delivery of projects in highest quality within budget.
  • Responsible for project management of 2-3 construction projects per year in North America.
  • Lead and coordination of all project phases between International SDP, internal local teams, consultants and vendors.
  • Responsible for the cost tracking of the project. Process invoices and work together with AP for reconciliations in regular basis.
  • Responsible for procuring and coordinating owner supplied items.
  • Frequent travel required – Up to 30%



  • Bachelor’s degree in Architecture Required
  • Minimum 3-5  years of exposure in luxury retail design and construction experience.  
  • Inhouse store planning  experience preferred.
  • Fluent in AutoCAD, Excel, Adobe CS and Microsoft Project.
  • Strong communication skills in verbal, and written format
  • Strong knowledge of architectural details and high-end retail design.

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Richemont owns several of the world's leading companies in the field of luxury goods, with particular strengths in

jewellery, watches and writing instruments. Cartier joined the Group in 1988.

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