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Designer

The Washington Post has an opening for a designer on its Design team. The ideal candidate will be working on deadline in a fast-paced environment throughout the newsroom -- from the Style section to Metro and other weekly sections. The Design team is responsible for the design of the newspaper and its magazine, and contributes to the Post's digital apps and long-form enterprise design. These positions will be heavily involved in print, but every designer on the staff is also designing for digital products. Designing for projects and even A-1 will be expected. The ideal candidates must have the ability to design print and digital projects which are bold, surprising and energetic, while balancing navigational clarity and section pacing and adhering to The Post's standards of accuracy and news judgment. Proven skills with photo journalism, graphics and typography are essential. We place a premium on collaboration and expect designers to be catalysts for creativity. Our designers are expected to be self-starters who add value to stories using alternative formats, to articulate reasons for design decisions, and to take initiative in planning processes to make The Post's pages as strong as possible. The positions will include evenings and weekend work and at least four years of publication experience is required. Experience with Eidos Methode or digital design a plus. Proficiency in Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator is required. Digital experience is preferred.

AARP Publications Intern

AARP Media, in Washington D.C., is currently seeking an art department intern for Summer 2014. Candidates must be senior level undergrad or grad students with print design skills enrolled in a fine arts or communications design program. Interest in typography, conceptual imaging skills and ipad design are a must. Candidates will work directly with the art directors in the design and production of pages to run in the magazine as well as help sending out award submissions. The intern will also be working with the magazines photo editors to provide administrative support, learn effective techniques for researching high-quality imagery and gain experience in how photography assignments are directed. Other duties will include maintaining the editorial wall and participating in art meetings. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, and proficiency in MAC, Creative Suite (especially Indesign and Photoshop) and some knowledge of DPS. S/He should be enthusiastic and have the ability to juggle multiple projects under tight deadlines. We are looking for someone that is proactive and takes initiative on problem-solving issues. The candidate should be highly organized, detail-oriented, an excellent communicator and team player. Schedule is flexible, but candidates should be able to devote at least 32-40 hours per week. This is not a paid internship. Interns will be given a daily travel stipend.

ICS - Associate Art Director

Responsibilities: 1. Responsibility includes the conceptualization and implementation of visual design and content across all digital channels, including the pages of AARP Publications, both the Magazine and Bulletin, their tablet iterations, book jackets, promotional and social media materials, and other internal and external AARP publications collateral. 2. Follow designs through from concept to print/digital production and the ability to quickly adapt to changes in design direction. 3. Have great visual conceptualization skills, a proven ability to hire and art direct the best illustrators and photographers, assist in the production of photo shoots, have exceptional publication design skills, and must have strong typographic skills 4. Demonstrates One AARP cultural attributes and behaviors in all interactions. 5. Embrace teamwork and collaboration. 6. Develops and executes the design and vision of the publications as established by the Senior Design staff.

Assistant Photo Editor

AARP Media, located in Washington, DC, is looking for a full time Assistant Photo Editor to join its creative team. This position is responsible for bringing beautiful, contemporary, inspiring and smart images to our award-winning publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. The ideal candidate has strong research experience and an extensive list of photo sources. The job also requires experience with Digital Asset Management, DAM systems. The ideal candidate has impeccable multi-tasking skills and must be able to will work on projects both short and long term simultaneously. This position covers the print magazines as well as digital content. The main skills needed are a firm grasp of photography research and extensive photo sources. This person should be up to date on photographers currently shooting editorial and beyond.

Photo Director

AARP Media, located in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a motivated and talented full time Photo Director to join its creative team. The ideal candidate will have the chance to use their sophisticated eye and strong visual point of view to impact our award-winning publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. Responsibilities include: conceptualizing photo treatments with designers, and editors to illustrate stories in all sections of the publications; researching, pitching, and assigning photographers for all sections of the publications. This positions requires current knowledge of all areas of photography including lifestyle, conceptual, still life, portrait, action, reportage; producing photo shoots; creative research of stock photography, submitting imagery for color, inputting page credits, and other administrative duties. Candidates must have 8 years of magazine publishing experience and a love of photography. This position requires a keen eye for detail and strong multitasking and organizational skills.

Assistant Photo Editor

Washingtonian magazine, located in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a motivated and talented Assistant Photo Editor to join its art team. The ideal candidate will have the chance to make an impact on our award-winning suite of publications: Washingtonian magazine, Washingtonian Bride & Groom, Washingtonian Mom and Washingtonian Welcome Guide. Responsibilities include assigning shoots, researching stock photos, submitting imagery for color, inputing page credits, and other administrative duties. Candidates must have at 2-5 years of publishing experience and a love of photography. This position requires a keen eye for detail and strong multitasking and organizational skills.

Art Director

Washingtonian magazine, located in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a motivated and talented Art Director to join its art team. The ideal candidate will be a hands on creative team player, who will be spearheading our ever expanding custom media division. Alongside this he/she will have a chance to make an impact on our award-winning suite of publications: Washingtonian magazine, Washingtonian Bride & Groom, Washingtonian Mom and Washingtonian Welcome Guide. Candidates must have at least five to seven years of magazine experience, a love of typography, and a keen eye for complex page design. Proficiency in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop required; experience with digital publishing and web a plus.

Design Intern

Washingtonian magazine, located in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a motivated and talented Design Intern to assist its art team. The ideal candidate will have a chance to make an impact on our award-winning suite of publications: Washingtonian magazine, Washingtonian Bride & Groom, Washingtonian Mom and Washingtonian Welcome Guide. Responsibilities include helping with the design of FOB and BOB departments, infographics, and occasional features, in a fast-paced and highly collaborative environment. The candidate should possess a love of typography, and a keen eye for design. Previous experience at a magazine and/or knowledge of K4 is a plus, but not required. Proficiency in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop required.

AARP Publications Intern Spring 2014

AARP Media, in Washington D.C., is currently seeking an art department intern for Spring 2014. Candidates must be senior level undergrad or grad students with print design skills enrolled in a fine arts or communications design program. Interest in typography and conceptual imaging skills are a must. Candidates will work directly with the art directors in the design and production of pages to run in the magazine as well as help sending out award submissions. The intern will also be working with the magazines photo editors to provide administrative support, learn effective techniques for researching high-quality imagery and gain experience in how photography assignments are directed. Other duties will include maintaining the editorial wall and participating in art meetings. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, and proficiency in MAC, Creative Suite (especially Indesign and Photoshop) and some knowledge of DPS. S/He should be enthusiastic and have the ability to juggle multiple projects under tight deadlines. We are looking for someone that is proactive and takes initiative on problem-solving issues. The candidate should be highly organized, detail-oriented, an excellent communicator and team player. Schedule is flexible, but candidates should be able to devote at least 32-40 hours per week. This is not a paid internship.

Senior Designer

Washingtonian magazine, located in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a motivated and talented Senior Designer to join its art team. The ideal candidate will have a chance to make an impact on our award-winning suite of publications: Washingtonian magazine, Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and Washingtonian Welcome Guide. Responsibilities include designing FOB and BOB departments, infographics, and occasional features, as well as managing our interns, in a fast-paced and highly collaborative environment. Candidates must have at least three years of magazine experience, a love of typography, and a keen eye for complex page design. Proficiency in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop required; experience with K4 a plus. Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio to designjobs@washingtonian.com with SENIOR DESIGNER in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

AARP Publication Design Fall Internship

AARP Media, in Washington D.C., is currently seeking an art department intern for Mondays and Wednesdays through December 18, 2013. Candidates must be senior level undergrad or grad students with print design skills enrolled in a fine arts or communications design program. Interest in typography and conceptual imaging skills are a must. Candidates will work directly with the art directors in the design and production of pages to run in the magazine as well as help sending out award submissions. The intern will also be working with the magazines photo editors to provide administrative support, learn effective techniques for researching high-quality imagery and gain experience in how photography assignments are directed. Other duties will include maintaining the editorial wall and participating in art meetings. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, and proficiency in MAC, Creative Suite (especially Indesign and Photoshop) and some knowledge of DPS. S/He should be enthusiastic and have the ability to juggle multiple projects under tight deadlines. We are looking for someone that is proactive and takes initiative on problem-solving issues. The candidate should be highly organized, detail-oriented, an excellent communicator and team player. Schedule is flexible, but candidates should be able to devote at least 15-18 hours per week. This is not a paid internship. Specific Skills Mandatory: - Thorough understanding and proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite software (especially Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) on Mac - Strong conceptual skills - Detail-oriented and well-organized - Strong communication and interpersonal skills - Strong work ethic, positive attitude and eagerness to learn Optional: - Real-world experience in layout and production of print and/or interactive media is a plus - DPS skills are a plus

AARP Publication Design Fall Internship

AARP Media, in Washington D.C., is currently seeking an art department intern for Mondays and Wednesdays through December 18, 2013. Candidates must be senior level undergrad or grad students with print design skills enrolled in a fine arts or communications design program. Interest in typography and conceptual imaging skills are a must. Candidates will work directly with the art directors in the design and production of pages to run in the magazine as well as help sending out award submissions. The intern will also be working with the magazines photo editors to provide administrative support, learn effective techniques for researching high-quality imagery and gain experience in how photography assignments are directed. Other duties will include maintaining the editorial wall and participating in art meetings. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, and proficiency in MAC, Creative Suite (especially Indesign and Photoshop) and some knowledge of DPS. S/He should be enthusiastic and have the ability to juggle multiple projects under tight deadlines. We are looking for someone that is proactive and takes initiative on problem-solving issues. The candidate should be highly organized, detail-oriented, an excellent communicator and team player. Schedule is flexible, but candidates should be able to devote at least 15-18 hours per week. This is not a paid internship. Specific Skills Mandatory: - Thorough understanding and proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite software (especially Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) on Mac - Strong conceptual skills - Detail-oriented and well-organized - Strong communication and interpersonal skills - Strong work ethic, positive attitude and eagerness to learn Optional: - Real-world experience in layout and production of print and/or interactive media is a plus - DPS skills are a plus

Creative Director

Creative Director, Foreign Policy Foreign Policy, an award winning, fast growing online and print magazine that is part of the Washington Post Company, is seeking an energetic design leader to guide our world-class visual report. The creative director leads a small visual team and works with editors to craft the overall design, photo and illustration efforts of Foreign Policy both in print and on digital platforms. FP's audience averages more than 4 million unique visitors a month through its website, ForeignPolicy.com. The 44-year-old print magazine publishes seven print issues annually and has been recognized with multiple National Magazine Awards for both print and digital excellence. The creative director is a hands-on role, focused on visual storytelling, not management and bureaucracy. Key requirements: - Crafting sophisticated, engaging magazine design -- from compelling covers to content-rich, multi-layered inside packages. - Assigning and directing freelance photographers and illustrators. - Collaborating with senior editors to produce the print magazine and key digital visual initiatives. - Working with the deputy art director to produce visual elements daily for ForeignPolicy.com The ability to produce print and digital informational graphics is a big plus, as is an interest in international affairs and current events. Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator is essential. Knowledge of HTML, CSS and tablet design software would be a bonus. This is senior leadership position requiring at least five years of experience at a major magazine, newspaper and/or digital site. The Washington Post Company offers a suite of benefits, including medical/dental insurance and a 401K savings plan. TO APPLY Please mail or e-mail résumé, cover letter and a selection of relevant design samples to: Benjamin Pauker Managing Editor Foreign Policy 11 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 600 Washington, DC. 20036 Benjamin.Pauker@foreignpolicy.com If e-mailing samples, please contain them in a reasonably sized PDF or ZIP file, or provide a URL. Mailed design samples cannot be returned.

Creative Director, Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy, an award winning, fast growing online and print magazine that is part of the Washington Post Company, is seeking an energetic design leader to guide our world-class visual report. The creative director leads a small visual team and works with editors to craft the overall design, photo and illustration efforts of Foreign Policy both in print and on digital platforms. FP's audience averages more than 4 million unique visitors a month through its website, ForeignPolicy.com. The 42-year-old print magazine publishes seven print issues annually and has been recognized with multiple National Magazine Awards for both print and digital excellence. The creative director is a hands-on role, focused on visual storytelling, not management and bureaucracy. Key requirements: - Crafting sophisticated, engaging magazine design -- from compelling covers to content-rich, multi-layered inside packages. - Assigning and directing freelance photographers and illustrators. - Collaborating with senior editors to produce the print magazine and key digital visual initiatives. - Working with the deputy art director to produce visual elements daily for ForeignPolicy.com The ability to produce print and digital informational graphics is a big plus, as is an interest in international affairs and current events. Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator is essential. Knowledge of HTML, CSS and tablet design software would be a bonus. This is senior leadership position requiring at least five years of experience at a major magazine, newspaper and/or digital site.

Design Intern

AARP Media, in Washington D.C., is currently seeking an art department intern for Summer 2013. Candidates must be senior level undergrad or grad students with print design skills enrolled in a fine arts or communications design program. Interest in typography and conceptual imaging skills are a must. Candidates will work directly with the magazines art directors in the design and production of pages to run in the magazine as well as help sending out award submissions. The intern will also be working with the magazines photo editors to provide administrative support, learn effective techniques for researching high-quality imagery and gain experience in how photography assignments are directed. Other duties will include maintaining the editorial wall and participating in art meetings. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, and proficiency in MAC, Creative Suite (especially Indesign and Photoshop) and some knowledge of DPS. S/He should be enthusiastic and have the ability to juggle multiple projects under tight deadlines. We are looking for someone that is proactive and takes initiative on problem-solving issues. The candidate should be highly organized, detail-oriented, an excellent communicator and team player. Schedule is flexible, but candidates should be able to devote at least 28-32 hours per week.

Multimedia/Visual Communications Specialist

We currently have an opening for a multimedia/visual communications specialist. In this capacity, you will be a member of the communications team in our Washington, DC office. We offer our employees a stimulating, team-oriented work environment, competitive salaries, and a comprehensive benefits package, as well as the advantages of employee ownership. We provide generous paid time off and an on-site fitness center. Duties of the position: •Using analytical design and statistical data strategies, create print and electronic products that convey complex data with clarity and innovation. •Work with staff, clients, and external vendors to conceptualize, plan, and implement a variety of video and multimedia products, providing design and technical advice and services •Plan and execute webcasts for major events, using WebEx and other online conferencing technologies, recommending audiovisual enhancements and adjustments for in-person and web events •Design data visualization solutions to convey complex information; create storyboards, prototypes, flow diagrams, sample screens, and other elements during design phase •Produce video/multimedia products for internal and external audiences, including authoring, testing, and production for Section 508 compliance and correct rendering in multiple browsers •Provide direction in the creation of new interfaces and interactive products delivered on different platforms and operating systems •Ensure that all products conform with corporate visual identity guidelines and style •Collaborate with other Mathematica designers to lead improved design processes and production workflows •Occasional travel to other office locations to assist with video shoots and development work. Qualifications: •Must be creative, highly trained, and technologically savvy in using combinations of images and text to visually convey messages; strong conceptual thinking and capacity to execute an idea in a timely and well-crafted manner is essential •Strong familiarity with quantitative and qualitative research methods and data •Bachelor's degree in multimedia graphic design, visual communications, or liberal arts •Minimum of 3 to 5 years of progressively responsible experience in an online publishing environment and/or website/graphic design and data visualization experience •A combination of equivalent education and work experience may be substituted for the above requirements •Experience with project management and planning with both internal and external collaborators and vendors •Experience with Section 508 guidelines helpful •Knowledge of latest multimedia technologies including webinar hosting, planning, and execution •Experience with a variety of desktop and electronic publishing, graphic design and multimedia software •Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite CS6, Captivate, Audition, HTML/HTML 5, Javascript and Flash •Ability to design/develop on PC platform, within .NET environment •Non-linear video editing experience (preferably with Adobe Premiere/Adobe After Effects) •Ability to work autonomously and exercise sound judgment •Marketing or instructional design background helpful

Photo Director

Washingtonian Magazine is looking for an energetic, well-organized Photo Director with a passion for visual storytelling to join our team. The ideal candidate will work closely with the editorial, art, and digital teams to guide the selection and presence of strong visuals in the magazine and website, as well as enhance the monthly print magazine with multimedia presentations on the magazine's website and tablet editions. This full-time position entails overseeing daily photo research from a wide range of sources, supervising staff photographers, an assistant photo editor, and interns, and spotting and recruiting new freelance photographers for the magazine. This position also involves scheduling upcoming shoots, overseeing the departmental budget, and directing photo and video shoots. He/she will be prepared to bring unique story ideas to the table, as well as being able to execute the visions of the Creative Director. We're looking for someone who is inclined to ask the right questions at the right time--in short, a dedicated, collaborative team player.

Hanley Wood, www.hanleywood.com, is currently seeking an Art Director for the Architect Magazine group This position will primarily execute on design with powerful photo, illustration and info-graphic presentations, Managing art acquisition process and budget. Commission and direct photos and illustrations, conceptualize layouts and type treatments, and produce layout and pages in preproduction. Ensure the workflow between art and edit meets the daily and weekly deadlines and maintain all of the style sheets and templates within the K4 and/or Woodwing process. He/She will be responsible for managing two direct reports, and work as a partner with editors and staff writers to create a look for the magazine that powerfully connects with specialized intelligence needs of business executive readers. Major Responsibilities and Related Duties Include: Assigning photo shoots and illustrations Coordinating online design with web producers Ensuring adherence to budgets and deadlines Work with art staff to select artwork and photos for magazine (commission illustration and photography, find stock art, create custom illustration using royalty-free art, etc.) Work with editors to obtain art from developers, owners, architects, and other sources for their specific articles Hire illustrators and photographers; and manage art/illustration contracts and materials Manage art/photo expenditures, staying within budget Manage invoicing, submitting bills within appropriate budgeting cycle Keep to a strict production schedule that allows for multiple projects at the same time

MULTIMEDIA DESIGNER/PHOTO EDITOR

Foreign Policy, an award winning, fast growing online and print magazine that is part of the Washington Post Company, is seeking an energetic visual journalist to join our team. An ideal candidate is an organized, self-motivated and efficient creative pro who can: - Edit slide shows and other photography projects for our dynamic web site, foreignpolicy.com. - Assist the creative director and art director with design of Foreign Policy, our National Magazine Award winning glossy print magazine, published seven times per year. - Design/produce e-books, web site splash pages and other elements of the expanding FP brand. Ability to produce informational graphics for print and interactive graphics for web/video is a big plus, as is an interest in international affairs and current events. Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator is essential. Knowledge of HTML, CSS and/or video graphics software would be a bonus. We are looking for someone with one to two years of experience or a recent grad with a strong portfolio and relevant internships.

Art Director/ Print & Digital

The Atlantic Magazine seeks a full-time Art Director for Editorial and Tablet design. Under the direction of the Creative Director, the Art Director will be responsible for the management and the translation of The Atlantic to the tablet edition, contribute to the design of The Atlantic magazine, hire illustrators, commission photography, and develop information graphics for use across The Atlantic media platforms The ideal candidate is a forward thinking, creative, problem solver with at least 5 years of editorial design experience.

Spring Intern - Washington Post Express

The Washington Post Express is excited to announce its first full-time design internship for spring 2013. We're looking for an eager, well-rounded visual journalism student who's as much a great storyteller as he/she is a stellar designer to join our small newsroom (23) and even smaller visual team (4) for five months (January-May) to gain real daily news design experience and insight into all aspects of a mid-sized metro daily newspaper (180K Monday-Friday circ). The ideal candidate for this position is currently pursuing a journalism degree with a concentration in news design/presentation and has demonstrated experience through student or professional media. You'll be asked to do both pagination and create spot illustration solutions on a daily basis, so show us you're a well-rounded designer who can think on your feet and move from news to sports to features in the span of a few hours. We work in InDesign, and knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator is a must. You'll work full-time, Sunday-Thursday at our downtown DC office. We'll provide a stipend for the semester as well as a transportation (Metro) benefit. Send us your resume, link to a portfolio or 8-10 samples of your best work, and a cover letter explaining your visual journalism background and what you'll contribute to our team beyond your design abilities. Remember, we're looking for the best VISUAL JOURNALIST with a diversity of experience. *This is not a graphic design internship.* Send materials and questions by e-mail only, no post mail please, to Adam Griffiths at adam.griffiths@wpost.com by November 15, 2012. We will ideally respond and select a candidate by the end of November.

Associate Art/Production Director

This position will primarily execute on design with powerful photo, illustration and info-graphic presentations; managing art acquisition process and budget; commissioning and directing photos and illustrations; conceptualizing layouts and type treatments; producing layout and pages in pre-production; making sure the workflow between art and edit meet the daily and weekly deadlines, maintaining all of the style sheets and templates within the K4 and/or woodwing process; and work as a partner with editors and staff writers to create a look for the magazine that powerfully connects with specialized intelligence needs of business executive readers. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Coordinating online design with web producers. • Assigning photo shoots and illustrations. • Ensuring adherence to budgets and deadlines. • Work with art staff to select artwork and photos for magazine (commission illustration and photography, find stock art, create custom illustration using royalty-free art, etc.). • Work with editors to obtain art from developers, owners, architects, and other sources for their specific articles. • Hire illustrators and photographers; and manage art/illustration contracts and materials return. • Manage creation of charts for stories. • Manage art/photo expenditures, staying within budget. • Manage invoicing, submitting bills within appropriate budgeting cycle. • Keep to a strict production schedule that allows for multiple projects at the same time. Job Duration Full Time Job Location Washington, DC Experience Level 4 years

News Photo Editor

The News Photo Editor will help to maintain and improve the overall photographic direction of the Washington Post daily print publication and website. The News Photo Editor will participate in editorial planning meetings related to all photography for the primary news sections and will contribute to the overall photographic direction of the newspaper through the use of staff photographers, freelance assignment photographers, and wire and photo agency research. The News Photo Editor will work closely with news designers and top editors to create the most effective visual display for Post readers.

Assistant Photo Editor/Washington Post Magazine and Features

The Assistant Photo Editor will help to maintain and improve the overall photographic direction of the Washington Post magazine, features, and website. This editor will participate in editorial planning meetings related to photography for the magazine and feature sections. The photo editor will contribute to the overall photographic direction of the publication through the use of staff photographers, freelancers, and wire and photo agency research in conjunction with the Senior Features Photo Editor. The Assistant Photo Editor will work closely with magazine and features designers and editors to create the most effective visual display for Washington Post readers.

Washingtonian Magazine Art Internship

Washingtonian Magazine, located in Washington, DC is currently looking for an enthusiastic art intern for the Fall 2012 semester. An ideal candidate has a strong interest in editorial design and a love for the DC area. The candidate must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator). Duties will include assisting the art department with designing layouts for FOB and BOB sections, creating graphics for washingtonian.com, and attending art/photo meetings to discuss planning for each month's issue. Previous experience at a magazine and/or knowledge of K4 is a plus, but not required.

Request for proposal for graphic design services

The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) is seeking proposals from qualified and experienced companies to provide comprehensive graphic design services for its 2013 fiscal year and invites your firm to participate.

News Photo Editor

The News Photo Editor will help to maintain and improve the overall photographic direction of the Washington Post daily print publication and website. The News Photo Editor will participate in editorial planning meetings related to all photography for the primary news sections and will contribute to the overall photographic direction of the newspaper through the use of staff photographers, freelance assignment photographers, and wire and photo agency research. The News Photo Editor will work closely with news designers and top editors to create the most effective visual display for Post readers.

Assistant Photo Editor/WP Magazine and Features

The Assistant Photo Editor will help to maintain and improve the overall photographic direction of the Washington Post magazine, features, and website. This editor will participate in editorial planning meetings related to photography for the magazine and feature sections. The photo editor will contribute to the overall photographic direction of the publication through the use of staff photographers, freelancers, and wire and photo agency research in conjunction with the Senior Features Photo Editor. The Assistant Photo Editor will work closely with magazine and features designers and editors to create the most effective visual display for Washington Post readers.

Graphic Designer (Part-time)

Sands Capital Management, LLC (SCM) is looking to hire a part-time Graphic Designer to work 20-25 hours per week with our Portfolio Analysis and Communications Team. Compensation structure is negotiable (salaried or hourly). This position will be an important addition to the team that is responsible for supporting the production and maintenance of client/prospect meeting materials (presentation decks) and updating existing marketing collateral. This position will also actively participate in all phases of creation, design and implementation of new marketing collateral across multiple mediums and formats.

Art Director

Hanley Wood www.hanleywood.com is seeking an Art Director to join our editorial team. This is a rare opportunity for a creative collaborator to join a team of like-minded peers. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Conceiving and executing designs. Coordinating online design with web producers. Assigning photo shoots and illustrations. Ensuring adherence to budgets and deadlines. Qualified Candidates should possess the following education, skills and experience: BA in Art, Graphic Design or similar field Minimum 4 years media design experience preferably in both print and digital Ability to present own creative concepts and create original art elements (using photography, illustration, typography, infographics) The ability to shape a project from conception to completion as well as the ability to manage multiple assignments simultaneously Able to work independently and in a collaborative team environment Working knowledge of web design a must Outgoing, enthusiastic, self-starter Excellent communication, organization and computer skills Strong typographic skills Great attention to detail Excellent time management skills Ability to work with little to no supervision Working knowledge of Adobe Suite, InDesign, other print and digital design tools

Washingtonian Magazine Art Internship

Washingtonian Magazine, located in Washington, DC is currently looking for an enthusiastic art intern for the Summer 2012 semester. An ideal candidate has a strong interest in editorial design and a love for the DC area. The candidate must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator). Duties will include assisting the art department with designing layouts for FOB and BOB sections, creating graphics for washingtonian.com, and attending art/photo meetings to discuss planning for each month's issue. Previous experience at a magazine and/or knowledge of K4 is a plus, but not required.

Interim Art Director

We are seeking an art director for March and April who has extensive experience with magazine design and has ideas about how to best leverage a print magazine as one part of a content tool kit. Responsibilities include working with our design team on several publication redesign and restructure projects to create visual solutions guided by a client-approved creative brief. We prefer some onsight work but can be flexible about that.

Washingtonian Magazine Art Internship

Washingtonian Magazine, located in Washington, DC is currently looking for an enthusiastic art intern for the spring 2012 semester. An ideal candidate has a strong interest in editorial design and a love for the DC area. The candidate must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator). Duties will include assisting the art department with designing layouts for FOB and BOB sections, creating graphics for washingtonian.com, and attending art/photo meetings to discuss planning for each month's issue. Previous experience at a magazine and/or knowledge of K4 is a plus, but not required.

Deputy Art Director

Washingtonian Magazine, located in Washington, DC, is looking for a Deputy Art Director with 5-7 years experience in magazine publishing. This position reports to the Design Director and is responsible for designing a mix of features, service packages and department pages, working with editors and the photo department to conceive and direct artwork for a variety of stories. Collaborating with the Design Director in guiding designers in the creation of additional department and front of book pages, as well as playing a key role in a planned redesign. The ideal candidate has a well-developed design style, strong typographic skills and an all around passion for magazines. Skills include a thorough knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop, and K4 with the ability to balance multiple projects and problem-solve under tight deadlines. Experience with digital mag creation for tablets a plus. Please send your cover letter, resume, salary requirements and samples (no larger than 10mb) or a link to your online portfolio to designjob@washingtonian.com. Please place DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

Design intern, USA TODAY

USA TODAY's Special Projects team is seeking an intern to assist with creation of glossy publications (magazines) and other products. The design intern must be proficient in InDesign and Photoshop and have layout experience. The USA TODAY Special Projects team was recently established to produce glossy publications for newsstand sale. We work on other products on an as-needed basis. We offer interns the chance to work as an integral part of small team in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. Please note that this is an unpaid, for-credit internship. You must be a currently-enrolled student in an accredited college or university, and you will be asked to provide documentation from your school showing that you will receive school credit for successful completion of the internship. We provide a small transportation stipend to help defray your commuting costs. We recognize and appreciate the benefits of diversity in the workplace. EOE.