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Union Made Creative is looking for a cross between Michael Jordan and Michael Bierut for their Senior Designer position in San Francisco. Must love meticulous design and be able to dunk from the foul line.

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Three words to describe this job are sports, design, details.

Our motto is creative work is best served when the brightest minds come together without the unnecessary burden of process or preconception.

This is a great opportunity because our goal is to never be defined by a particular style or technique, but rather be defined by how we solve a problem in an undefined way.

The ideal personality for this role is enthusiastic, artistic and optimistic.

You’d be working on various Nike projects.

You’ll love our office because UNION lives in the historic Presidio Park inside an original men’s Civil War barracks. Just in the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge. 

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3-6 years

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Branding, Broadcast, Experiential, Interactive, Posters, Print, Social

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