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Job Title: Graphic Designer
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Organization: Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI)
Job Opening: ASAP
Closing date: When Filled
KOUNKUEY DESIGN INITIATIVE is currently seeking a graphic designer to add to our growing team of about 15 staff in Los Angeles, CA. This is a fantastic opportunity for a highly motivated and creative self-starter to work directly with under-resourced communities throughout Southern California on project work, as well as help shape the graphic identity of the firm. The candidate will work in a highly collaborative interdisciplinary studio environment including landscape architects, urban planners, fabricators, artists, community organizers, and program development specialists. The candidate should excel in design thinking and communication, and have experience working in community-based design contexts.
KDI is a non-profit design and community development organization. We collaborate with under-resourced communities to advance equity and activate the
unrealized potential in neighborhoods and cities. We accomplish this mission through advocacy, research, planning, and built works.
We have been recognized for our innovative approach to poverty alleviation by notable institutions such as The Rockefeller Foundation, UN-Habitat, The California Endowment, Ashoka Changemakers, American Express, Annenberg Alchemy, Smithsonian Institute, IDEO, Echoing Green, The Atlantic Renewal Project, and UN/Dubai and Swiss Re Foundation.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status or medical condition.
Send electronic copy of cover letter, résumé, portfolio and three (3) references to: [email protected]
Subject heading: Graphic Designer: Your Name
Portfolio should highlight both site and planning scale work. Please include conceptual sketches and show the progression of your work from ideation and analysis to formal development.