Graphic Web Designer & Developer

Job Location US-VA-Arlington
Job ID
Information Technology
Position Type
Regular Full-Time



Evolver is a technology company serving the Federal, Commercial, and Legal markets that addresses client challenges in the present and transitions clients into the future by introducing efficient and effective IT solutions. Established in 2000, Evolver has successfully grown to be a trusted technology leader. Evolver’s efforts and growth have been recognized by leading publications and organizations, including Inc. 5000 for five consecutive years, and most recently “Future 50” from SmartCEO. With a dedicated focus on client satisfaction, Evolver has proven its value time and time again, from managing day-to-day operations to skillfully navigating the implementation and support of new technologies. Evolver’s core competencies are infrastructure, application development, cybersecurity, cloud, end-user support, data analytics and legal services.


We believe our employees are key to our success and continued growth. We attract and retain our diverse workforce by promoting a work-life balance with generous and flexible time off, competitive compensation and benefits, and a commitment to professional development. When you join Evolver, you join a community of talented and dedicated individuals whose abilities, skills, and actions contribute to the success of the company.


Evolver is seeking aMid-level Digital Forensics Analyst to work in Arlington, VA.




Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities

Job Title: Designer 
Clearance: SECRET  **Must hold active SECRET clearance at time of application 
Location: Washington, D.C. 
Job Description: 
Maverick Cyber-Defense now Evolver, Inc., A Converged Security Solutions Company is seeking a candidate to fill the role of Designer at The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) in Washington, DC. As a member of the professional services team, the Designer will provide human centered design efforts and develop partnerships with private sector and civil society design organizations.  

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements

Partnership and Initiative Development:  Develops, implements, and evaluates new programs and initiatives that improve the effectiveness of international exchange programs and Department operations.  Draws on extensive expertise with design and design-related disciplines. Maintains effective working relationships with grantee and partner organizations.  Identifies new organizations with the potential for collaborating with ECA in establishing meaningful international exchange programs and other education diplomacy efforts. Typical tasks include the following:  

  • Coordinates and creates activities that expand the human-centered design and public policy community within the Department, across the interagency, and in partnership with the private sector and civil society.  Develops events, projects, and programs that foster stronger collaboration on human-centered design across the interagency 
  • Shares the Collaboratory’s human-centered design work with the design community, including the private sector, academia, and civil society.  Stays up to date on current design literature and concepts relevant the work of the Collaboratory 



Technical Requirements (required and desired)

Visual Design:  Develops original designs, concepts, or visual styles for publications, exhibits, or presentation materials that present to the public the ideas or image desired by the organization, that evoke certain responses from viewers (e.g., humor, excitement, pride).  Transforms spoken or written descriptions of items, processes, issues, or events into visual representations.  Plans and implements visual arts projects; resolves most differences of opinion or interpretation with clients or contractors; and coordinates the work with clients, contractors, and others. Typical tasks include the following:  

  • Creates visual solutions for communicating information about the Collaboratory, including documents, maps, and data visualizations.  Provides guidance and feedback on visual form and content of existing documents for the Collaboratory 
  • Develops and maintains Collaboratory’s visual identity and brand guidelines, maintaining a consistent look and feel across print and digital properties. Ensures that the Collaboratory’s visual assets are consistent with existing Bureau brand guidelines 

Training:  Develops and facilitates learning opportunities for Bureau employees and partner offices to understand new concepts, such as human-centered design, and apply them to their work.  Determine the learning objectives, organizes course content, and develops instructional plans.  Identifies appropriate training models and develops course plans using this information.  Select suitable performance measures or develop new measures required to document effectiveness. Typical tasks include the following:  

  • Develops and facilitates learning opportunities for Bureau employees to understand human-centered design and apply it in their work 

Strategic Planning and Facilitation: Organizes and facilitates strategic planning meetings and processes for partner offices across the Bureau and Department.  Identifies client objectives, selects appropriate meeting models, and proposes schedules and meeting plans.  Utilizes facilitation techniques that allow participants to identify and solve complex management and program challenges.  Works with Bureau offices to identify and analyze workflow and management issues and identify processes to resolve them. Typical tasks include the following:  

  • Serves as an expert for human-centered design methods and practice. Develops proposals for integrating design thinking and human-centered design into existing and future ECA programs and workflows 
  • Occasional CONUS and OCONUS travel may be required 

Training and Certifications (required and desired)

Required Experience:  

  • Two or more years of experience in visual design 
  • Demonstrable experience in using human centered design processes to improve project, service, or policy design 
  • Professional contacts within design organizations in the private sector and civil society 
  • Knowledge of U.S. Public Diplomacy programs and U.S. Government exchange programs 

Minimum Education:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a design field with a degree in international affairs or related disciplines preferable 


EOE Statement

At Evolver, we foster teamwork, growth, individuality and entrepreneurialism. We value employee opinions and encourage them to make a difference by getting involved and being thought-leaders. As a part of the Evolver team, we actively promote a working and learning environment that supports a highly qualified workforce and a quality of work life that is based on trust and respect for all employees resulting in a healthy and trusting organizational culture.

Evolver, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status. Evolver offers a comprehensive benefits plan including (but not limited to): medical, dental, vision, 401(k), life, AD&D and short term and long term disability insurance.


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