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Noblis is looking for motivated individuals to provide high-end, graphical expertise to support cyber initiatives. On this program you will have the opportunity to work with cyber threat analysts, generating actionable information to increase understanding of the nation's critical cyber threats.
Individuals in this role are responsible for designing graphics which improve analytic products, enabling shareholders to more easily understand cyber threat information. Specifically, this position is tasked with working with Adobe Creative Suite applications to create visual solutions for a wide variety of formats and dissemination outputs.
As part of a two-person team the incumbant will collaborate with intelligence analysts to produce of a wide variety of graphics in support of intelligence products. Designer will be responsible for a wide-range of routine-to-complex projects such as: charts and graphs, flow diagrams, data graphics, presentation visuals, illustrations, publication design, cover designs, brochures, posters, logos, and exhibit design. Designer is also responsible for conceptualizing, designing and producing visual solutions for a wide variety of formats and dissemination outputs. Graphic designers work with intelligence analysts and managers to define project requirements and provide advice on design best practices, processes, and procedures for optimal visual presentation. Graphic designers are expected to develop and maintain their skills commensurate with industry-wide best practices.