Al Jazeera American: The job of the future for graphic designers is to design the perfect bathroom.
That’s what a high-profile job listing at the network’s new Design Space gig says.
The job, advertised through a website for an associate at a design company, requires designers to work “from the inside out” in creating a bathroom design that “is the best possible and most innovative way to meet our customers’ needs”.
The listing also mentions that the associate’s job will require the associate to design an “intelligent, intuitive and powerful product for our clients”.
The job listing, which is not being shared by Al Jazeera, said the associate would also work with a team to develop and “evaluate a design for a bathroom in a particular setting” as well as “provide guidance and guidance for the development of a product or product-related product”.
The position is a one-year, six-month contract, with an annual base salary of $40,000, according to the job listing.
The listing did not specify a salary for the associate, nor the company’s size.
The placement is one of a series of jobs advertised on Al JazeeraAmerica’s website, which lists an associate with a design studio in San Francisco as one of the positions.
It also states that the job would be part of a “design team that will work to create a high quality product for clients”.
According to the company, the Associate will work on “designing, developing and evaluating a design to meet the needs of clients” in a bid to “make the best products for our customers”.
The placement, however, did not mention the name of the company or the position.
Al Jazeera has a history of hiring talented designers, particularly in design.
In 2014, the network hired the internationally renowned French-born designer Luc Besson for a project that included the design of a new hotel in Paris, as well a new airport in Istanbul, the world’s largest city.
Besson’s project, called The City on Fire, was a collaboration with architectural firm Bemis Architects to create an “international airport in the middle of the Sahara desert”.
In February, Al Jazeera announced the hiring of its first female executive.
The network also recently hired the visual artist Lizzie Rachman, a member of the visual design team on the hit show Orange is the New Black, for an assistant position.
Rachmann is also a graduate of New York University, where she worked on the series of videos “Falling,” in which characters and their friends are killed in a video game.