Tired of jobs that allow you to save the world but require a wardrobe of spandex unitards, primary colors, and bulky capes? You’re in luck, because the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is in the market for a graphic designer. The non-profit public policy organization is looking for someone to apply his or her knowledge of print and web design to assist CSIS in its mission “to provide strategic insights and practical policy solutions to decision makers concerned with global security.” Bring your “good sense of clean design principles” and crackerjack Photoshop and InDesign skills. And it probably wouldn’t hurt to brush up on matters of global security before your interview. Our advice? Simply memorize key phrases from WarGames and Sneakers (bonus points for delivering the latter in the icily maniacal cadence of Cosmo, the character played by Ben Kingsley). And while “The only way to win is not to play” may be true when it comes to global thermonuclear war, not so with job listings. Learn more about and apply for this graphic designer, Center for Strategic and International Studies job or view all of the current mediabistro.com design/art/photo jobs.