Big River Analytics
Big River Analytics is an Indigenous-owned research and economics consulting firm that provides statistical and analytical capacity to benefit Indigenous peoples, communities, governments, and organizations across Canada. They are a fully remote team of economists, analysts, statisticians, developers, and project management experts that strive to provide custom solutions to technical problems. They are currently looking to add a Data Scientist, Economist, Analyst, and Visual Designer to their growing team!
We are looking to hire a thoughtful Visual Designer who can help grow our organizational design capacity. In particular, we are interested in working with someone who can effectively integrate design across our existing products and services, as well as deliver specialized design products and services to our clients. Recent projects include interpretive panel design for a mobile education centre and a citizen scientist Oolichan monitoring booklet. You can expect to work on a wide breadth of design projects, from print publications and custom websites, to visualizations and report design, to project planning and production.
Big River Analytics is an innovative, values-driven, and collaborative team environment. This job is for you if you are relationship-oriented, feel motivated by the impact of our work, and are willing to work hard alongside your team to produce high quality deliverables. In a designer, we are looking for someone whose design ethos is founded on user-based solutions and challenging existing presets and standards in design today.
Graphic designers or User Experience Designers are encouraged to apply. Self-identifying as Indigenous or having first-hand knowledge or experience working with an Indigenous community will be considered an asset.
This is a full-time (37.5 hours / week), permanent position.
For more details about the position, please visit www.bigriveranalytics.com/careers.
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org subject line “Visual Designer” and examples of your work (website link or PDF).