Are you a whip smart, street savvy, stylish urban dweller with a hankering for tasty food, arts and culture, fashion, and the latest Apple gadget? Do you know San Francisco like the back of your hand? Then 7x7 is for you.Are you a talented graphic designer with great taste and a yen to grow within a small, hands-on creative team? Then you may be our ideal candidate.7x7 is the city magazine for sophisticated and fashionable San Franciscans with a taste for dining, wining, style, travel, technology, arts, culture and more. We publish 10 issues annually with a circulation of more than 50,000 Bay Area-wide. We are seeking a mid-level graphic designer to work full-time in our SoMa offices.Responsibilities:Layout of front-of-book and back-of-book departments for our monthly magazine, as well as collateral and special issues/supplements including our annual City Guide, biannual Nightlife Guide, Wine Country guides etc.Work closely with the creative director, photo director, editorial and production departmentsMaintain the magazine's high standards of design, photography, illustration, and productionHave a right brain/left brain approach that can marry creative integrity with production integrityQualifications: 2-3 years graphic design experience for print publicationsPossess sophisticated knowledge of photography, illustration, and typographyKeen eye for typeDetail- and deadline-oriented, highly motivatedA thorough understanding of the publishing processCity or regional magazine experience is preferred, but not required.Proficiency in CS5: InDesign, Photoshop, and IllustratorAn interest in and knowledge of San Francisco cultureExceptional organization skills and ability to multi-taskAbility to manage a high-volume workload in a fast-paced environment with graceIf (and only if!) you meet all of these requirements, please submit work samples (no more than 5mb total) or a link to youronline portfolio along with a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line GRAPHIC DESIGNER.