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The Angiogenesis Foundation
Posted: September 01 2016
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DescriptionThe Angiogenesis Foundation is a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based health nonprofit organization with an extraordinary mission: to improve global health using diet, lifestyle, and medicines based on angiogenesis. Since 1994, the Foundation has been transforming the medical landscape with game-changing therapies for cancer, vision loss, and wound healing.
Our advocacy and education programs are set to expand – we are looking for a talented graphic designer with a background or strong interest in biological sciences. Our ideal candidate is ready for a mix of web and poster design, motion graphics, and print layout. We need a good collaborator with an eye for detail and a willingness to jump into big ongoing projects.
ResponsibilitiesWhat you will do: conceive of and design digital and print media for our many programs involving education around medicine, science and lifestyle. You will be joining our award-winning visualization team in the creation of everything from illustrated documents that will be read at the White House to designing educational posters, websites, and mobile apps with a global audience. It is important that you have a passion for educational graphics and want to serve our mission: to improve global health by advancing knowledge of Angiogenesis-based medicine, diet, and lifestyle.
RequirementsExperience in the following software programs is a must:
Very nice to have, but not absolutely required:
Final Cut Pro