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Agency is Hiring!

Agency is hiring for two positions, described below! We strive for diversity in every aspect of work and we encourage persons from all backgrounds to apply. Please submit an application, including a letter of interest, current resume, work samples (no bigger than 20 megabytes) and at least two references through the Job Application form, here.

Urban Planner/Designer (Entry Level)
Agency is actively seeking an urban planner or designer with an interest in urban systems, spatial planning, and community engagement. We are looking for a team member who can synthesize data into clear ideas; use maps, diagrams, and imagery to tell a beautiful story; and help craft meaningful community engagement strategies. The urban planner/designer role includes interdisciplinary teamwork, direct client engagement, and relies on strong skills in ArcGIS, Adobe Creative Suite, graphic communication, research, and writing. Digital modeling and graphic design familiarity are desired. Candidates with urban planning, design, or urban studies backgrounds welcome! This position will work out of the hybrid Cambridge, MA office, although there is flexibility relating to relocation timing. See full details here.

Marketing Assistant (Entry Level)
Agency’s office in Cambridge, MA is seeking a marketing assistant to provide support for our team of landscape designers and planners in our multidisciplinary design office. Candidates should have experience in marketing, including social media and digital marketing, proposal writing, and document layout. The ideal candidate is enthusiastic and will have the ability to think critically, work as part of a collaborative, fast-paced team in an open environment, will have excellent organizational skills, be dependable and flexible, and have fun working with our team! Candidates with 0 – 3 years of experience are welcome to apply! The marking assistant role will rely on skills in visual communication and writing. Strong skills in Adobe Creative Suite (primarily Adobe InDesign), graphic communication, research, and writing are necessary. See full details here.