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Posted by Amanda | August 29, 2017

Tags: design

Contract Graphic Designer


Summary:

Westminster Promotions is a Creative Services studio looking for a contract graphic designer to supplement our team when needed. The ideal candidate would be quick-learning, self-motivated, with strong initiative and work ethic. We want a designer that is willing to take on any task or project that comes up, can work well—both in teams and on their own. This position requires good communication skills and the ability to prioritize assignments. The designer should have a good understanding of design concepts, principles, processes, color theory, images and typography, and know how to implement designs based on branding assets. Should also be comfortable working with multiple art directions from clients and internal feedback.


Required Expertise:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Related Field
  • 3-4 Years of Experience
  • PC Platform
  • Expert in Adobe Creative Suite; Emphasis on Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office; Emphasis on Outlook, Word, Excel, PPT
  • Expert Level Design Skills with Passion for Creativity
  • Strong English Language Skills
  • Detail Oriented, Responsive, Strong Initiative, Quick Turnaround
  • Professional Presence
  • Photography (not required)


Job Duties:

  • Provide design estimates for requested work.
  • Implement quick turn design services for projects ranging from promotional mock-ups, flyers, ads, signage, collateral, logos, etc.
  • Accurately track time spent on projects and update project status’.
  • Organize and deliver art files per specifications.
  • Direct client communication when requested.

*** To apply, please submit your resume, a link to your online portfolio, and desired hourly rate for immediate consideration to amanda@westminsterpromotions.com. Onsite training provided, and work available immediately.


Les Kyono

"On numerous occasions we needed Westminster's help to get something created and delivered at the last minute. Every time Westminster delivered, even if that meant the owner had to personally pick up and deliver the items to us."

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