In this role, you will be responsible for designing and managing websites, interactive media and web content for our industrial clients. The ideal candidate will be an expert in specifying and developing responsive websites and other interactive user interfaces. Experience with marketing automation tools is a plus.
In this role, a designer will be able to use and develop his or her skills in graphics reporting, visual editing and design while producing high-quality print content for Lees portfolio of publications. In addition to special sections and regular features, a designer on our team also will be called upon to seek out or develop common content to be shared with our newspapers.
The Scope, Design, and Estimating Engineer (SDE) establishes and utilizes uniform practices and procedures that serve as the foundation for formulating valid, consistent, and comparable project scopes, conceptual designs, design practices, adhering to company standards and estimates for each project workbook.
Your day-to-day responsibilities will be to design, implement and optimize user interfaces for our platforms that leverage the latest technologies and are cohesive and aesthetic with our brands. Examples of this will include things such as editorial layout concepts, email campaign templates, designing graphical elements, front-end interactive interfaces and possible creating motion-graphics.
Under the direction of a project leader and other graphic designer, responsible for creating and revising detail drawings using 3-Dimensional modeling tools. Responsible for the integrity of the computer-graphic product and process model databases. These models must be suitable for internal concurrent manufacture, CMM data extraction and vendor translation.
Responsible for the integrity of the computer-graphic product and process model databases; these models must be suitable for internal concurrent manufacture, CMM data extraction and vendor translation.
Work in AutoCAD for building drawings (Under direction from Facilities Specialist and Facilities Engineer). Field measure manufacturing space/equipment, as-built drawings and facilitate accuracy of records.