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Graphic Designer

WRNS Studio k

San Francisco, CA | Onsite or Remote Possible

Jun 27
Job Description

We are looking for a Graphic Designer with 3-8 years of experience, preferably in architecture, engineering, construction, or interior design. The Graphic Designer will be an integral part of WRNS Studio's Communications and Marketing team, with responsibility for supporting the firm's four offices: San Francisco, New York, Seattle, and Honolulu. This position can be located in our San Francisco, New York, or Seattle office.

While this position is currently production-focused and deadline-driven, our ideal candidate is excited to grow into a management and/or design-lead role within the Communications and Marketing department. People who thrive at WRNS Studio know how to thread an independent, take-charge spirit with a collaborative approach.

Responsibilities & Duties
Work directly with Brand Manager and Brand Specialist to create and maintain collateral: project sheets, brochures, resumes, and image assets
Support Marketing Manager and Marketing Specialists on proposals, qualifications, awards, and communications packages
Develop presentations for client-facing interviews and conferences
Support internal + external communications (newsletter, press kits)
Support special projects and initiatives, such as websites and custom print publications

Qualifications
Past experience in a graphic design role producing both print and digital materials
Proficiency in InDesign, PowerPoint, Photoshop, and Illustrator
Excellent communications skills
Strong skills with graphic layout and presentation
Ability to work on multiple deadlines in a fast-paced environment
Commitment to high quality work and attention to detail
Bachelor's degree in graphic design and/or related design field

Please submit a cover letter, resume, portfolio and (2) work samples.

WRNS Studio

Three objectives inform WRNS Studio’s approach to each project: beauty, sustainability, and a positive contribution to the public realm. It is the relentless pursuit of these objectives, carried out over a diversity of project types, scales, and contexts that distinguishes our work.

Beauty, for us, is about bringing pleasure to the senses and conjuring emotion as one inhabits or moves through a space. With a bias for humanscale modernism, we approach design through the fundamentals of functionality, proportion, quality of light and space, and raw, honest materials.

As long time advocates of sustainable design, we explore ways to conserve resources while promoting health and wellbeing for both the people who will occupy our buildings and the communities in which they reside. To develop a resonant sustainable design response, we uncover and make evident an organization’s core values.

As urban designers and architects who have spent our careers working with public agencies, schools, universities, non-profit organizations, and developers, we think a lot about the public realm—how it might be enriched, and how it might inform one’s experience of the new places we craft.

With cross market experience—workplace, residential, retail, hospitality, education, civic/cultural, and transportation—we know how to create distinct offerings that meet expectations for seamless connection to amenities, transit, and nature. WRNS Studio brings to each new project a point of view informed by all the other work in which we engage.

The culture at WRNS Studio is strong and distinct, with interests focused on craft, technology, education, and pro-bono work. We have a thriving scholarship program that promotes inspiration and critical thinking in design and architecture. With several career-long educators at the helm, our work is bracketed by a vigorous culture of education, linking academia with practice to advance architectural excellence.

Helping to transform the practice of architecture to be more equitable, WRNS Studio is an International Living Futures Institute’s JUST Label firm. This “nutrition label” encourages companies to disclose—and in doing so, deliver upon—their commitments to a range of equity indicators including diversity, equity, safety, worker benefit, local benefit and stewardship.