HistoryMiami is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as a Creative/Graphic Designer. The ideal candidate will have at least five years professional experience in graphic design and branding, designing print and electronic materials. The designer must be able to develop and maintain good relationships with department staff, outside vendors and consultants including graphic artists, illustrators and printers. You must be a flexible team player who can facilitate work between departments and deliver projects on deadlines. This position requires excellent production planning skills, superb time management and the ability to multitask, organize and facilitate a moderate volume of work. This description is not a comprehensive listing of duties and tasks, other duties not mentioned may be assigned as needed.
B.A. or B.S. in Communications, English, Marketing, Graphic Design or other related discipline
Excellent command of English written and verbal
Excellent proofreading skills
At least five years of experience in graphic design and presentation applications in Adobe Creative Suite including Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator
Spanish or other second language is a plus
How to Apply:
Please email resume, cover letter and 3-5 designs samples to Michele Reese Granger, Marketing Director of HistoryMiami Museum, at email@example.com. Salary for the position ranges from $50,000-$55,000 based on experience. No phone calls please.
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