The University of San Francisco seeks to fill a full-time salaried position for a visual designer with at least five years of professional experience to join our team of creative professionals. As part of the USF Office of Marketing Communications' creative team, the candidate will produce top tiered marketing materials for both print and digital formats that support student recruitment, fundraising, alumni relations, and other communication efforts, including the university magazine, admission recruitment materials, university events, and advertising.
Working under the supervision of the creative director, the ideal candidate will be part of the team that includes two senior graphic designers, another full-time designer, a production manager, design interns as well as partnering with a multimedia team to round out the creative group within the office of marketing communications. The candidate must have a strong design acumen and creative concepting, exceptional attention to detail, keen time management and communications skills, and a robust willingness to collaborate. Candidate will partner closely with the client management, web communications, and writing teams on a multitude of projects. Additionally, the candidate must have the ability to develop and effectively pitch creative concepts that appeal to a broad range of constituent groups from 16-year-old prospective students to 80-year-old alumni.
We're a service-oriented office with a large campus-wide client base. We pride ourselves on producing award-winning work within a positive environment. Though the position is housed in a design shop whose work is predominately for print, our work also includes design for multimedia including video, online, mobile, and other digital applications. You will join a group of talented, collaborative peers within a demanding but fun and rewarding community.
Special Instructions to Applicants
A cover letter, resume, and digital portfolio showcasing high-quality cross-platform examples.
Job Open Date 12/02/2016
Posted until Filled Yes
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