Environmental Graphic Designer

Location: New York, NY Posted: Nov 9

Job Description

We're in search of a responsible, highly motivated, resourceful, detail-oriented team player to join our Environmental Graphic Design team as a Designer.

Specific responsibilities include:
•Think creatively and strategically
•Lead project research and develop design concepts through implementation
•Deliver accurate design solutions to clients in collaboration with creative director
•Collaborate closely with design team on all aspects of the design process
•Offer innovative ideas and contribute to the studio culture

Qualifications:
•Strong design aesthetic and typography skills
•An eagerness to learn and adapt to information design and/or signage projects
•Highly attuned attention to detail and outstanding organizational skills
•Self-motivated, takes initiative and is resourceful
•An open and positive personality
•Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills

Minimum educational and professional requirements include:
•1-5 years of graphic design work experience
•4-year college degree (preferably a BFA in Graphic Design or a related design field)
•Expert in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Flash)
•Experience and/or exposure to wayfinding and signage and the built environment
•Knowledge of CAD and/or sketch-up a plus

Application Details

To apply, please send the following materials via email to jobs@twotwelve.com with the 
subject line "EGD 17 + Your Name"

•Brief cover letter (include why you are interested in this position)
•Salary requirements and availability
•Résumé
•Website link or PDF of 8-12 portfolio samples

Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview. No calls please. We will only consider candidates authorized to work in the U.S. Compensation is commensurate with applicable experience.

How To Apply

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NOTE: International candidates must hold a valid US working permit.

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