Jones Worley is seeking a highly creative self-motivated Experiential Graphic Design (EGD) designer to join our Midtown Atlanta, GA studio. We are looking for a designer with strong conceptual, visual communication, and problem-solving skills. The candidate will assist in all phases of project design and development including: programming, research and analysis, concept design, project management and development, and implementation drawings, and have strong experiences with EGD projects from conceptual development through implementation.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIES
- Bachelor’s degree in graphic design, industrial designs, architecture, or related field.
- 3 – 5 years’ experience in the Experiential Graphic Design field, or related field.
- Strong knowledge of and use of Adobe Creative Cloud programs and ability to visualize in two and three dimensions a must.
- Understanding of architectural scales and drawings - able to read and interpret architectural and shop drawings.
- Knowledge of CAD Tools is a plus.
- Knowledge in 3D rendering skills in Sketch-up or similar is a plus.
- Collaborative designer with good communication skills.
- Ability to work well in a team setting / or independently with minimal supervision.
- A positive approach to solving complex challenges in a fast-paced environment with varying task responsibilities and people.
- Ability to manage and prioritize multiple assignments and deadlines.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience in managing client expectations with clear communications.
- Meticulous about accuracy and attention to detail
- Salary commensurate based on experience and ability level ($45,000 - $55,000 annually)
- This is a full-time position with benefits.
- Interested applicants please email your cover letter, resume, and portfolio to HR@jonesworley.com.
Jones Worley, founded in 1990, is a boutique firm with a big national reputation for high-impact branding, marketing, and experiential graphic designs. Our team of seasoned marketing communications professionals, graphic designers, and wayfinding designers have influenced millions of people across the U.S as they navigate airports, parking garages, catch airplanes, find hotels, visit libraries or public parks, or ride public transit.
We pride ourselves in having a unique understanding of the inter-connected roles of graphic identity, wayfinding, branding, and marketing in all phases of consumer communications.