George Sexton Associates, LLC, a lighting design company, is seeking to a hire creative, ambitious individual to add to our collaborative design team in New York City.
Our design work involves a multitude of world-class museums, commercial and residential projects. The salary is commensurate with experience with excellent benefits, and there is opportunity for advancement. Offices are located in Washington DC, New York City and the United Kingdom but we are currently looking to fill an entry-level lighting designer position in our New York City office.
Duties: As we are hired by a multitude of clients, i.e. architects, museums, private individuals, the lighting designer collaborates with project managers, senior lighting designers and other team members to develop a design which combines the creative expertise of all team members. The lighting designer plays an integral role in supporting the design team by:
Helping analyze and select lighting from appropriate sources.
Utilizing software tools to produce architectural drawings.
Creating and working from models, mock-ups and prototypes.
Other duties may include client communication and traveling for meetings and site visits to ensure that the lighting installations are in compliance with the design documents.
Please address application materials (resume and portfolio) to Ashlea Smith and E-mail them to: email@example.com.
Education and Experience Requirements: Lighting Design, Engineering and/or Architecture degree is required and/or one year of lighting design experience. GSA is willing to accept any equivalent combination of experience and education.
Required skills: AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator), and Microsoft Office.
Preferred skills: AGI32 Software and Revit.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience. Please provide your salary requirements with your application materials.
Internal Number: Designer III or IV
About George Sexton Associates, LLC
FIRM DESCRIPTION George Sexton Associates has established a highly professional and innovative approach to the field of museum and lighting design. In thirty-five years of practice we have built an extensive history of involvement with challenging projects of all scales. We like to work as part of a larger design team, from the beginning stages through to construction. Our team approach develops a design which combines the creative expertise of all the team members. As an international design firm we have built relationships with a wide range of clientele in various multi-disciplinary team settings. We can start quickly and provide sophisticated problem solving expertise with an uncompromising attitude toward client cost controls and project scheduling, while keeping the full satisfaction of the contract requirements at the forefront of the design process. George Sexton Associates offers a comprehensive, interpretive approach to design; working from models, mock-ups and prototypes to final designs, we deliver the highest standard in design solutions for our clients. George Sexton Associates’ main office is located in Washington DC. We also maintain offices in New York City ...and in Norwich, England, to provide time-sensitive and responsive design services for clients and projects in the Americas, Europe and across the globe. George S. Sexton III I.E.S., I.A.L.D., established George Sexton Associates, an office dedicated to providing consulting services in the areas of lighting design, and museum design and planning services. Prior to forming his own firm in 1980, he worked as a lighting designer for Claude Engle, as a museum specialist for the National Gallery of Art, as Acting Director for the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in England, and as Chief Exhibitions Designer and Head of Design with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. George Sexton lectures widely on lighting and exhibition design. He is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society, the International Association of Lighting Designers, the American Institute of Architects and the Museums Association. Washington D.C. 2121 Wisconsin Ave, NW, Suite 220 Washington, DC 20007 +1.202.337.1903 phone +1.202.337.0047 fax New York 110 Lafayette Street, Suite 201 New York, NY 10013+1.212.736.4842 phone +1.212.239.0394 fax UK 3B St Andrews Hill Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1AD +44.1603.620.507 phone +44.1603.624.701 fax www.gsadc.com