The design needs of the Clark are extensive and constantly expanding. The Graphic Designer adapts the Clark identity to new projects, expands scope of work, and refines workflow for the graphics team. The Graphic Designer develops and implements an innovative and consistent visual identity across wide variety of projects, reflecting the diverse design needs of the Clark. The Graphic Designer reports to the Director of Communications and assists in leading the creative direction of the Clark. As the leader of the graphics team, this position oversees implementation of all major creative work for the Clark’s widespread marketing presence. Major projects include campus wayfinding and exhibition-specific signage for the exterior campus, campus buildings, and for special exhibitions and permanent installations. Work includes design and production of all Clark ephemera with a goal of creating a consistent, sophisticated visual that fulfills the brand standard and that engages audiences.
The Graphic Designer oversees and maintains a complex, multifaceted, in-house design practice working within the Clark’s brand standards. Responsibilities include providing creative direction and leadership for design activity across graphics projects for Clark departments, ensuring that Institute graphic standards are met for all graphic materials produced in-house or by outside vendors, refining the brand to reflect additions to identity, and providing creative direction and oversight to the Junior Graphic Designer.