Current openings are listed below, but we're always interested in meeting talented folks with a passion for the beer industry. So if you think you're a fit, email

Studio Coordinator

BLINDTIGER Design is a Seattle-based, collaborative and highly creative company focused on the craft beer industry. Our unique marketing and branding projects require off-centered thinking and industry knowledge that goes far beyond design aesthetic. We provide our clients with innovative solutions, brand strategy and functional design to support their growing businesses. Core product offerings include branding services, package design and websites. Our work environment is focused, fast-paced, energetic and we have a lot of fun juggling multiple projects simultaneously.


Everyone here in the Blindtiger family embodies and appreciates the following attributes:
DRIVE: internally motivated / passionate and positive effort / desire to seek best ways to achieve goals (individual and group wide)
CURIOSITY: a sponge for our immediate and outside community surroundings / problem solving both big and small / innovative thinking
CULTURE: committed to the culture of collaboration within our team and with the broader community we work with
SKILLS: technical skills to execute goals / desire to expand skills with the honesty to know when you need help / appreciation for thinking beyond the tools themselves


Blindtiger Design is looking for an organized, efficient, and driven person who knows how to manage up, and maintain a positive attitude through every challenge. You laugh through the good and challenging days and thrive in a dynamic, constantly evolving environment. You love being around creatives, but would rather dork out over spreadsheets and systems to help them do their thing.


We are looking for a Studio Coordinator to join our Blindtiger family who can produce results independently as well as collaboratively in a team environment. We need someone who is pro-active, dedicated and internally ambitious with an entrepreneurial mindset. Your primary job responsibility is to keep the studio running smoothly but you will need to have a willingness to jump in where needed to get things done.

The Studio Coordinator will report directly to the Owner / Creative Director.

Primary responsibilities will include:

  • Data entry and support for studio work ensuring that projects on track, on budget, and delivered in a timely, high quality manner through the agency’s project management system
  • Coordinating and juggling the Owner/Creative Director’s schedule including client and studio obligations as well as personal scheduling needs
  • First drafts of key client-facing documents, including proposals, service agreements, and status reports
  • Event and travel coordination for Studio activities including national trade shows, regional conferences, and local events
  • Office management including answering phones, scanning and filing paperwork, and general studio maintenance

Key Responsibilities:

  • Create and maintain reports to quantify and improve overall business performance including Company and individual client status reports
  • Administrative support for multiple small and large-scale projects. Clients range from small start-up companies to large corporate multi-brand clients
  • Effectively communicate with the team to ensure project objectives, timelines, production and delivery requirements are both met and prioritized for each project
  • Interface with bookkeeper for expense reports and client billing
  • Communicate and facilitate work with independent contractors and vendors
  • Scheduling creative project presentations, arranging presentation logistics, taking notes in client meetings
  • Continually work to promote a positive work environment

Ideal Candidate:

  • Ability to be self-directed, proactive, confident and efficient, with the ability to think critically, take direction and receive constructive feedback
  • Strong technology skills including MS Office Suite, Google Sheets, and Adobe Acrobat
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills including schedule juggling and data analysis
  • Knowledge of principles and practices of basic office management
  • Interest in creative work and design (This is not a creative role, but you will be surrounded by creatives)
  • Sense of humor, humility and go with the flow attitude

Key Competencies:

  • Affinity for and attention to detail and accuracy
  • Communication skills — written and verbal
  • Planning, organizing and prioritizing
  • Problem assessment and problem solving
  • Information gathering and information monitoring
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Customer service oriented
  • Teamwork

We offer:

  • Fun, beer-centric working environment in Ballard, Seattle
  • FTE, with core business hours Tuesday thru Friday (4 – 10’s)
  • Compensation: depending on qualifications and experience
  • PTO, Benefit Package


Please submit a resume and a letter that gives us a feel for who you are, what you do, why you are interested in applying. Please highlight examples from your experience where you've implemented or improved upon workplace processes. Also, this is a pretty beer-focused workplace, so if you have any beer industry or beer regulation knowledge, here's the time to boast about it. Send your application to