Spring Studios is looking for a Junior Designer in New York, NY, USA.
The Junior Designer is responsible for developing designs under the guidance of the Art Director. A key support role on a project, the Junior Designer will collaborate across departments to create integrated advertising campaigns. The Junior Designer must have the ability to work on a number of different projects and have excellent time management skills to switch from one to the other without missing a deadline. The ideal candidate is conceptual and collaborative with a strong understanding of digital design and UX.
Qualifications - Required
An impeccable sense of typography and graphic design
An ideas driven creative who loves and has experience concepting
Ability to communicate well across departments
Must be proficient in Keynote, Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office
Relevant Bachelor's Degree
Illustration skills a plus
The ability to work with others effectively
Experience - Desired
1-2+ years of experience in graphic design, at least 1 year in digital design
Job Post Linkhttps://workingnotworking.com/unjobboard/2624-spring-studios-junior-designer
February 7, 2019 (Originally posted March 12, 2018)
- Retirement Plan
- Dog friendly
- Generous Vacation
- Maternity / Paternity
- No assholes
Spring is a community of a creative professionals working in cultural industries from media & advertising to art, architecture, film, fashion, music, food and more. Spring Place provides collaborative workspaces and membership clubs catering to a global community that shapes the business of contemporary culture. Spring Studios combines a sophisticated end to end production offering & event spaces with high end creative services to deliver premium content, experiences & marketing solutions for a range of aspirational brands. We are looking for especially talented individuals who combine smarts, taste, ingenuity and positivity. If you are bored of conventions and want to elevate the game, please get in touch.
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