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Visual Communications Designer

Lens Strategy ( is a design consultancy that helps aspirational clients facing industry disruption discover creative, new ways to compete and thrive.  Our team designs and implements cohesive solutions at the intersection of strategy, operations, and environments.

We are an exciting consulting studio of Shepley Bulfinch, a national architecture and design practice consistently ranked in the top 100 design firms in the US by Architectural Record. Shepley Bulfinch offers competitive benefits and compensation, including health and dental insurance, a 401(k) and profit-sharing plan, and flexible work schedules, as well as a range of professional growth and development opportunities.

We are seeking a full-time Visual Communications Designer to join us at Lens Strategy. This position is ideal for someone interested in working within a start-up environment. This role is suited for a versatile and self-directed person who will have a hand in a variety of work, from creating original concepts for digital media to basic administrative tasks. This person is an important member of our team whose responsibilities include developing strategic visual content for marketing materials, conference presentations, blog and social media posts, as well as a handful of other tasks that are often different every day. 

This position has huge growth potential as we are passionate about mentoring, training, and expanding our expertise.  You will wear many hats and gain first-hand experience in the small team setting at Lens while benefiting from additional guidance and support from Shepley Bulfinch, our parent company.


This position is ideal for you if:

  • You are interested in growing in a start-up environment
  • You can plan and prioritize day-to-day activities in a fast-paced environment: Show flexibility and the aptitude to process a variety of detailed and time-sensitive information while managing multiple tasks
  • You thrive in a highly creative and collaborative environment
  • Change is something you embrace and you are excited about exploring new ground
  • You have proven business writing skills and are an articulate, accurate, and timely communicator
  • You are up for participating in a dynamic brainstorming session and can assimilate new information and accurately convey information over a variety of media


  • A Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Design or any other related creative field
  • Prior internship or work experience in a professional environment preferred
  • Fluency in Adobe Suite program preferred
  • Interest in digital marketing, branding, or web design is preferred

Shepley Bulfinch is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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