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About Our Company:
Our Company is a family-owned sign and lighting services business with a trajectory of 30+ years. We are looking to grow the business dramatically in the next three years and are looking for qualified and motivated candidates to help us achieve our goals and grow with us.
About the Position:
The Sign Designer will prepare various sets of drawings and plans for client-dictated signs. S/he will use digital tools to complete to-scale precision drawings that are used to manufacture the signs to spec.
The Designer is charged with creating all new dimensional designs based on client brand needs, by either digitally designing from scratch or working with existing designs to match previous projects. S/he will create drawings in different sets of readiness, from initial sketches to permit drawings with specific size and material details, to final production drawings that will be used by machinery to cut and print signs in their final size.
Candidate qualities:

  • Great attention to detail
  • Knowledge of materials, colors, lighting, and engineering
  • Expert at computers and professional drawing programs, such as Illustrator and Corel
  • Is levelheaded and able to work under pressure
  • Multitasker

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare initial designs based on client needs as communicated by Sales Person and Project Manager
  • Will work diligently to complete drawings in a maximum of 2 days
  • Is able to prioritize based on client and shop needs
  • Is able to spot problems in design before manufacturing begins
  • Proactively advises on necessary structural and design changes to minimize manufacturing and installation problems
  • Prepares design files to-scale for use in actual manufacturing of signs, including preparation of specialty files for CNC and plotters.
  • Maintains consistency and high level of quality from one project to the next
  • Expertly navigates computer, including use of email and other programs

Candidate Requirements:

  • 3-5 years professional, full-time graphic design experience
  • 1-2 years working for sign company or similar
  • Knowledge of engineering and mechanical drawings
  • Expert knowledge of Corel x7.

Include the word "HALOGEN" in the subject line of your email.

Local candidates only:

  • Los Angeles, CA 90019

Required experience:

  • Professional full time graphic designer: 3 years

No Phone Calls please.

Email resume to alan.ronay@takotyko.com

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