Are you a hot shot graphic designer, fresh out of school and looking for your first break? The Cary Companywould love to see what you have to offer. If you can give us 100% of your unbridled creativity and fresh ideas,we?ll counter with a fun, up-beat culture and comfortable work/life balance. We want you to BRING IT! And by?IT? we mean your peerless talent, your unique problem solving skills and, most importantly, your positive attitude.If you can work alone as well as within a team and are looking for broad creative freedom, we have a spotreserved for you. There is one catch though. You must have a portfolio. Student work is fine. We?re more interestedin your potential than your clients.
- Create all necessary in-house collateral which could include posters, newsletters, fliers, spec sheets, corporate material.... everything a company this size needs to run.
- Work with external clients to create labels, screen prints, logos, brochures... pretty much anything they ask for.
- Participate in brainstorming sessions to solve creative issues with design, photography and videos.
- Design promotional material for company outings, events and special occasions.
- Be able to take constructive criticism and be willing to grow as a designer.
- Prepare quotes for external projects.
- Report directly to, and get direction from, the Art Director.
- A BFA or equivalent.
- A working knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud. Particularly InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.
- Superb people reading skills and are able to provide customers and co-workers with the designs they are looking for when they don?t often know themselves.
- The persuasive talent to sell your ideas, backed up with logical reasoning, and then carry those ideas through to fruition.
- The ability to work and learn on your own.
- The judgment and humility to know when it is time to ask questions.
- Did we mention a positive attitude?
- An established and successful business that is expanding and looking to the future.
- A respectful group of professionals who are passionate about their work and try not to take themselves too seriously. We know when to work and when to play.
- Thriving on its positive and optimistic culture.
- 120 years old.... we?re not going anywhere.