SCB is seeking to grow its marketing team with the addition of a Graphic Designer. We are looking for a creative, motivated, and energetic colleague with strong graphic design skills and an interest in architecture/design, who enjoys working in a collaborative environment. The Graphic Designer is a key member of the larger marketing team, working to help manage, enhance, and expand the SCB brand and the firm’s overall graphic identity. This is a fast-paced environment where we encourage new ideas and creativity, promote individual ownership and responsibility, support each other, and celebrate our successes as a team.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
- Design all graphic content for the firm’s general marketing efforts
- Ensure the quality, dissemination, and oversight of the firm’s branding/graphic standards to both internal and external audiences
- Create unique and on-brand print and digital collateral for the firm, such as trend pieces, research papers, publications, project case studies, etc.
- Design custom proposals, portfolios, and presentation slides reflecting the firm’s brand and key messaging
- Design marketing materials (print and digital) for event and conference sponsorships
- Develop and produce creative solutions for leave-behinds, presentations, design competitions, brochures, event collateral, portfolios, and other marketing collateral
- Create custom, data driven, graphics for select project pursuits, such as infographics, schedules, etc.
- Provide graphic design support for public relations and communications including but not limited to social media and award submittals
- Provide design assistance with firm’s e-communications
- Coordinate production of materials with printers and other vendors as needed
- Provide graphic design assistance to architectural teams, as needed, with design presentations and concept books and firm leadership for internal meetings
- Manage www.scb.com including uploading new and maintaining existing content
- Intermittently collaborate with the architecture, interior design, and planning studios for project-specific design deliverables including, but not limited to, environmental graphics, signage, etc.
Essential Skills / Attributes
- Keen typography skills for both digital and print
- Sophisticated knowledge of layout, composition, and color
- Ability to manage multiple deadlines and work in a fast-paced environment
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to function individually and in a team environment
- Exhibit a savvy attention to detail from print to digital
- Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design / Visual Communication required
- 1-3 years of experience in a design firm or agency
- Knowledge and understanding of Adobe Creative Suite, proficient in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop (Bonus: After Effects and Premiere)
- Bonus: Knowledge of basic HTML/CSS
Perform Other Duties as Assigned
The above constitutes a general description of the Marketing and Communications Specialist job duties as of the publication date. SCB reserves the right to alter job duties and assignments and to assign additional and/or alternative duties from time to time in its sole discretion.
How to Apply
Qualified and interested candidates should submit a resume and work samples.
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