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Jobs

Urban Good are currently recruiting. 

Graphic Designer, map maker
4 days per week
We are looking for a creative graphic designer to join the team and work on our Urban Nature series of maps as well as other print publications on the built environment. 
As a studio we specialise in clear communication for print, and work with some of the best and most sustainable printers in the UK.
Essential: a few years of experience designing multi page publications for print.
Essential: fluent in Adobe Indesign, Ilustrator and Photoshop.
Essential: good project organisation and time management.
Desirable: experience in map making (QGIS and MAPublisher) and information design.
Please send your CV and link to your work to shop@urbangood.org
*Freelance possible

Researcher and writer
4 days per week
We are looking for a generalist who has an interest in one of the following or related built environment fields: urban planning, architecture, urban development, sociology, sustainability and design. 
You will work alongside the director and be responsible for the studio's written copy. We publish reports and maps with a great deal of complex information  communicated clearly in simple English. 
Essential: not afraid to use google.
Essential: high standard of written English.
Essential: experience of researching new topics and being able to summarise findings to a team.
Desirable: written Dutch or other language.
Desirable: high standard of proof reading.
Please send your CV and samples to your work to shop@urbangood.org
*Freelance possible

Internships
Flexible, but suggested 2 month commitment.
If you are under 25 and interested in an internship with Urban Good, please write to us and tell us why. We are always on the look out for young and talented individuals who want to learn about urban policy or map making. Some design skills are beneficial, but we will teach you plenty.
Food and transport costs will be covered by an allowance.

About

Our Hackney-based studio is small and relaxed and we try to make work both fun and rewarding. We operate flexible working to suit our staff, and there is lots of learning across all our projects. We work a 4-day-week, and encourage staff to work on personal projects on their 5th day with use of all the studio equipment.

Regardless of the role, you will need an eye for detail, and a genuine interest in the work we do. Our reputation has been built on delivering consistently high standards for our clients; and that is where we will not compromise.

You are always welcome to send a CV, portfolio and covering letter to shop@urbangood.org - regardless if there is a live post.