About this Job
Hazen and Sawyer, a leading engineering and environmental science firm, is looking for a graphic designer adept at producing purposeful informational and conceptual graphics to join its New York City marketing and design team.
We’re looking for a collaborator who likes to work in an agile, fast-paced environment as part of a team creating charts, diagrams, icons, illustrations, maps, and other detailed informational graphics for use in print and online. Experience designing page layouts or instructional graphics is a plus.
We’re looking for someone with:
- Demonstrated understanding of graphic-design elements and techniques.
- Familiarity with color theory, visual-perception tenets, and typography.
- Ability to process visual ideas in sketches, thumbnails, and storyboards.
- Ability to identify potential visual content within written narratives.
- Work that demonstrates a high-degree of creativity and craftsmanship.
- Willingness to work within brand identity constraints, individually and as part of a team.
Who can also show they have:
- Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, especially Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop.
- Demonstrated ability to create vector art from a variety of source materials.
- Understanding of how to apply templates, grids, and other organizational tools.
- Ability to design content with layered hierarchies.
- Ability to work under deadline pressure.
With additional capabilities such as:
- Ability to create visual content using 3D software such as SketchUp.
And a background that includes:
- Degree in graphic design, or closely associated studies, from an accredited college or university.
- At least 3-years work experience or demonstrated abilities to match such experience.
If most, or all, of these characteristics describe your work and philosophy, we want to hear from you.
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About Hazen and Sawyer
Since 1951, Hazen and Sawyer has focused on two critical activities – helping our clients provide safe drinking water to their customers, and controlling water pollution and its effects on the environment.