SUMMARY: The Junior Graphic Designer is responsible for the design and production of a variety of projects including print design, electronic communication, and website updates. This position works closely with the Director of Graphic Design to maintain the visual brand identity and design standards for the International Spy Museum. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Designs print & digital graphic design projects for all departments of the Museum (flyers, signage, newsletters, program marketing materials, direct mail, catalogs, coupons, etc.) Assists in designing, coding, and scheduling of Museum e-blasts. Assists in maintaining creative files including archiving web content appropriately. Updates and maintains website visuals and content keeping with the Museum’s brand and design standards. Such other tasks as from time to time are assigned.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED
Bachelors’ degree preferably in Graphic Design Program. Experience in Adobe Creative Suite including: Illustrator, Photoshop, In-Design, Dreamweaver, and Acrobat. Working knowledge of the Microsoft Office software.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED At least 1-2 years of experience preferred with experience in digital and print design SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES
Strong design skills with an ability to produce effective communication materials. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organization skills. Positive, collaborative team player. Strong attention to detail. Proficient in spelling and grammar. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong creative, analytical, interpretive, evaluative, and constructive thinking skills. Ability to work in content management system. Ability to work with stock and Museum photography to produce visual interest. Ability to work in email marketing software. Interest or experience in museums or other cultural institutions.
TO APPLY: Submit a resume, cover letter, and design portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put in the subject line “Jr. Graphic Designer”.