Do you have a modern, sophisticated aesthetic? Hearst is looking to hire a senior designer for Popular Mechanics to work on its marketing branding projects.
To land this gig, you’ll need the design sensibility of a techie, but with a polished edge. You’ll work on promotional material for the mag, which focuses on digital technology, auto technology and outdoor recreational passions. The best part? The company is open to a flexible schedule, as long as you get the job done.
You’ll need at least two years of related experience and, naturally, a great design sense. Popular Mechanics is looking for a detail-oriented team player with knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Powerpoint, but those with web design skills will be even more golden. Interested? Apply here.