Full-time salaried pay
401K Retirement Matching
The Senior Graphic Designer researches, visualizes, and executes our Graphics & Branding team’s projects, as they are assigned. This work is done through reference gathering, industry trend analysis, ideation sketching, digital visualization techniques, print and other production methods, UI/UX development, and vendor sourcing. This position also provides mentorship and guidance to our staff and junior GD team members when individuals are struggling with their work, or would benefit from outside perspective or training on technique, visual language, or design execution.
Seniority in this role implies a high level of proficiency and prior experience in the technical, interpersonal, and communication skills required to produce top-quality work in our industry. Our firm relies on this role to stay current on industry trends, emergent techniques and software, and to lead our staff and junior GD team members through their example.
This position reports to our GD team’s Project Manager, and is accountable to that role for real-time communication and high-quality creative output. This role will receive direction from our Creative Director, but is accountable to our Project Manager for deliverables and project-based deadlines.
We require submission of your résumé, cover letter, and a strong portfolio of your best work in graphic design, and most importantly, your design process.
Portfolios should be a link to an online collection of work, or a PDF less than 25MB.
Please send via email to [email protected], and use the subject line, “Senior Graphic Designer”.
After hours shop access
An understanding of ergonomics, anthropometrics, documentation, and analysis
Making products safe, comfortable, durable, reliable, a pleasure to use
A wealth of knowledge of material types, manipulation processes, machinery, tools, and finishing techniques
Redefining what customers expect from a brand experience
Knowing how to reach your customer, and what to promise them
Following the success of projects, far after they’re completed