Company Name:

Selbert Perkins Design

Location:

Playa Del Rey, California

Approximate Salary:

Not Specified

Job Category:

Environmental Graphic Design

Position Type:

Full Time

Required Experience:

Experienced

Required Education:

Four-year Degree

Posted

May 31, 2018

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Senior Signage and Wayfinding Designer

Senior Signage and Wayfinding Designer

 

Selbert Perkins Design is an international design firm that has created some of the world’s most notable, iconic landmarks. Our award-winning work, for a diverse array of high-profile clients, can be seen on five continents. We combine branding, public art, sculpture, signage and wayfinding to create meaningful environments that serve the public good and translate into positive results for our clients.

 

Our Playa Del Rey office is currently recruiting for a Senior Signage and Wayfinding Designer.

 

As a Senior Signage and Wayfinding Designer, you’ll be responsible for:

 

Design 

·   Design and concept development and implementation 

·   Preparation of presentation materials 

·   Client Presentations 

·   Art direction where appropriate 

·   Research and analysis 

·   Preparation of computer files including templates and mechanicals if required

·   Coordinate with design director and other team members during design process 

 

Project Administration 

·   Assist with project management in the absence of project/design director or when appropriate 

·   Assist with production management including writing specifications, soliciting vendor bids, coordinating schedules and proofing where appropriate

·   Design administration including filing, maintenance of job books, preparation of storage files and taking meeting notes where appropriate 

·   Assist with coordination/supervision of other team members or support staff 

 

Marketing

·   Supporting new business functions as required including assistance with research, proposals and presentations 

·   Assessing and passing new business development opportunities with existing clients onto the marketing team 

 

Client Services

·   Verbal and written communications, information research and tasks on behalf of the client as deemed appropriate by the design/project director 

·   Serving as client contact where deemed appropriate by design/project director 

 

You should have this: 

·   Bachelors Degree in Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Architecture or other related field 

·   3-5 years of professional experience with planning, documenting and management of environmental graphic, branded environment and wayfinding projects

·   Ability to prioritize and concurrently service multiple projects in a fast-pace working environment

·   Excellent communication and presentation skills 

·   Expertise in Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop and CAD tools)

·   Some knowledge in SketchUp, Revit or other 3D modeling program

 

Selbert Perkins Design is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Company Name:

Selbert Perkins Design

Location:

Playa Del Rey, California

Approximate Salary:

Not Specified

Job Category:

Environmental Graphic Design

Position Type:

Full Time

Required Experience:

Experienced

Required Education:

Four-year Degree

Posted

May 31, 2018

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